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101. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Nathan Carson Transformation in the Wasteland?: Remembrance, Naming and Charitable Action in The Road
102. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
John McAteer The Problem of the Father’s Love in The Tree of Life and The Book of Job
103. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Rick Fox Dialectic Architecture: The Human-Environment Relation in Jacques Tati’s Playtime and Mon Oncle
104. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Richard Nunan Film as Philosophy in Memento: Reforming Wartenberg’s Imposition Objection
105. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Emma Bell Grief Time: Feeling Philosophy in Inception
106. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Daniel Wack How Movies Do Philosophy
107. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Sander Lee The Moral Implications of Gettysburg
108. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Alain Beauclair I Have Been And Always Shall Be Your Friend
109. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Fabio Bacchini Conflicting Moral Arguments in Pedro Almodóvar’s Hable con Ella
110. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Shawn Loht Film as Ethical Philosophy, and the Question of Philosophical Arguments in Film: A Reading of The Tree of Life
111. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
C. Paul Sellors What in the World Distinguishes Fiction from Nonficton Film?
112. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Joseph Kupfer Wonder Boys: Righting Our Lives by Writing the Story
113. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 18
Vernon Cisney The Madness of God: The Schizosign in Shutter Island
114. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 19
Thomas Wartenberg The Imposition Objection Reconsidered: A Response to Richard Nunan
115. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 19
William Pamerleau Does the Philosophy of Film Disenfranchise the Art of Film?
116. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 19
Sander Lee Blue Jasmine, A Streetcar Named Desire, and the Power of Self-Deception
117. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 19
Shawn Loht The Relevance of Heidegger’s Conception of Philosophy to the Film-as-Philosophy Debate
118. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 19
Lindsey Fiorelli A New Defense of Cinematic Realism
119. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 19
Dan Flory Imaginative Resistance, Racialized Disgust, and 12 Years A Slave
120. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 19
Laura T. Di Summa-Knoop The Philosophical and Cognitive Achievement of Cult and the Ethical Puzzle of Casablanca