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61. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 23
William Pamerleau Inauthentically Dead: a Heideggerean Analysis of the Undead in Contemporary Film
62. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Vittorio Hösle Why Do We Laugh at and with Woody Allen?
63. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Acknowledgements
64. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Sander Lee Editorial Introduction
65. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Mark W. Roche Justice and the Withdrawal of God in Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
66. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Maurice Yacowar Text /Subtext in Everyone Says I Love You
67. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Mary Nichols Woody Allen's Search for Virtue for a Liberal Society: The Case of Mighty Aphrodite
68. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Richard Gilmore Visions of Meaning: Seeing and Non-Seeing in Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
69. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
William C. Pamerleau Rethinking Raskolnikov: Exploring Contemporary Ethical Horizons in Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
70. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Ronald LeBlanc Deconstructing Dostoevsky: God, Guilt, and Morality in Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
71. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Robert Vigliotti Woody Allen's Ring of Gyges and the Virtue of Despair
72. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Joseph Westfall Listening in/to Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
73. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
William J. Krier 'Blazoned Days': Meaning Changes in the Films of Woody Allen
74. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Bruce Russell The Philosophical Limits of Film
75. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 7
Anat Pick "No Callous Shell": The Fate of Selfhood from Walt Whitman to Todd Haynes
76. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 7
Daniel Shaw Editor's Introduction
77. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 7
Ronald Lindsay Sensible and Desperate Knaves in The Way Of the Gun
78. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 7
Robert Clewis Heideggerean Wonder in Terence Malick's The Thin Red Line
79. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 7
Nathan Abrams 'Are You Still You?': Memory, Identity and Self-Positioning in Total Recall
80. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 7
David Brottman A Gnostic Matrix for the Masses: A Conspired Space Of Metaphysical Totality