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101. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 10
Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield The Condition of Film as Philosophy: Or, How Can a Film Ask a Question?
102. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 10
Andrew Light Objectivity and the Film of Presumptive Assertion
103. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 10
Noël Carroll The Moving Image: Form and Fact-Response to Tom Wartenberg and Andrew Light
104. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 10
Thomas Wartenberg Understanding Film Form: A Critique of Carroll's Functional Account
105. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Daniel Shaw Editor's Introduction
106. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Bruce Russell Replies to Carroll and Wartenberg
107. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Thomas E. Wartenberg What Else Films Can Do: A Response to Bruce Russell
108. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
J. Heath Atchley Smoke and the Practice of Philosophy
109. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Bruce Russell Film's Limits: The Sequel
110. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Noël Carroll Philosophy in the Moving Image: Response to Bruce Russell
111. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Ben Convey Hostel: A Nightmare of the Hyperreal
112. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Brian Laetz Two Problematic Theses in Carroll's Account of Horror
113. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Sean McAleer Self-Knowledge, Self-Deception, and Retaliation: Lessons from The Limey and The Godfather
114. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
William Grundy Cinema as Sacrifice: Borat and the Culture Industry
115. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Ramsey Eric Ramsey, Diane Gruber Do You Have a Light?: The Failures and Special Effects of Godard's Alphaville
116. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Kayley Vernallis Tedium, Aesthetic Form, and Moral Insight in Silverlake Life
117. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 12
Robert Yanal Defining the Moving Image: A Response to Noël Carroll
118. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Thomas E. Wartenberg Teaching Philosophy Through Film Aristotle's Theory of Friendship and The Third Man
119. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
David LaRocca The Limits of Instruction
120. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Heather Battaly, Amy Coplan Is Dr. House Virtuous?: Using House to Teach the Moral and Intellectual Virtues