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Film and Philosophy

Volume 10, 2006
Philosophy of Film and Film Theory

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Dan Flory Editor's Introduction
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Amy Coplan Caring about Characters: Three Determinants of Emotional Engagement
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Margrethe Bruun Vaage The Empathetic Film Spectator in Analytic Philosophy and Naturalized Phenomenology
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lls Huygens Emotion and Film Theory: Incorporating Affect
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C. Paul Sellors A Realist Account of Fiction
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Scott Stroud Pragmatist Aesthetics and Film: The Thin Red Line and Orientational Meliorism
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Aaron Smuts V. F. Perkins' Functional Credibility and the Problem of Imaginative Resistance
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Kevin L. Stoehr The Dialectical Approach to the Art of the Moving Image: Hegel, Eisenstein and Kracauer
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Greg M. Smith Reflecting the Image: Satrean Emotions in the Writings of Andre Bazin
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Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield The Condition of Film as Philosophy: Or, How Can a Film Ask a Question?
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symposium: noel carroll's engaging the moving image
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Andrew Light Objectivity and the Film of Presumptive Assertion
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Thomas Wartenberg Understanding Film Form: A Critique of Carroll's Functional Account
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Noël Carroll The Moving Image: Form and Fact-Response to Tom Wartenberg and Andrew Light
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Books Received From Members
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errata
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"Figure 1, The continuum of empathic experiences" (insert at p.33)
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"References" (insert at p.38)
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