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Volume 4
Special Issue on Woody Allen

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1. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Horror
Acknowledgements
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2. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Horror
Daniel Shaw Editor's Introduction
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3. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Horror
Daniel Shaw Power, Horror and Ambivalence
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Patrick Crogan Things Analog and Digital
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Anat Pick Third Man, Fourth World: The Fantastic Inscription of Orson Welles in Peter Jackson's Heavenly Creatures
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Cynthia Freeland Explaining the Uncanny in The Double Life of Véronique
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Steven Schneider Manifestations of the Literary Double in Modern Horror Cinema
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Michael Levine Depraved Spectators and Impossible Audiences
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Tarja Laine Empathy, Sympathy and the Philosophy of Horror in The Shining
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Kevin L. Stoehr Kubrick and Ricoeur on Nihilistic Horror and the Symbolism of Evil
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James Wierzbicki Wedding Bells for The Bride of Frankenstein: Symbols and Signifiers in the Music for a Classic Horror Film
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Sara Waller, Chris Meyers Disenstoried Horror: Art Horror Without Narrative
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Richard Gilmore Horror and Death at the Movies
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14. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Acknowledgements
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15. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 4 > Issue: On Woody Allen
Sander Lee Editorial Introduction
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Vittorio Hösle Why Do We Laugh at and with Woody Allen?
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Maurice Yacowar Text /Subtext in Everyone Says I Love You
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Mary Nichols Woody Allen's Search for Virtue for a Liberal Society: The Case of Mighty Aphrodite
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Mark W. Roche Justice and the Withdrawal of God in Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
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Ronald LeBlanc Deconstructing Dostoevsky: God, Guilt, and Morality in Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors
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