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Film and Philosophy

Volume 9, 2005
Philosophy and Science Fiction

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1. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 9
Dan Shaw Editor's Introduction
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Nathan Andersen Is Film the Alien Other to Philosophy?: Philosophy as Film in Mulhall's On Film
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Julian Baggini Alien Ways of Thinking
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Stephen Mulhall Ways of Thinking: A Response to Andersen and Baggini
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Jonathan Hiers A Common Ground Between Science and Religion: A Comparison of Contact and The Varieties of Religious Experience
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Laura Werner The Dilemma of Artificial Love: The Ethics of Love and Recognition in A..I.-Artificial Intelligence
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Alfred Drake Burgess, Kubrick, and the Enlightenment Narrative of Progress
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Dan Shaw Kubrick Contra Nihilism: A Clockwork Orange
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Temenuga Trifonova Mind and Body Snatchers: The Evolution of the Sci-Fi Film Genre
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Natalia Skradol Peter Greenaway and Walter Benjamin: Visual Quoting, Hieroglyphic Montage and The Arcades Project
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Iddo Landau The Dialectic of Authenticity and Inauthenticity in Jesus of Montreal
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Recent Titles by SPSCVA Members
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