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41. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Sondra Bacharach Resuscitating the Subversive in Unlikely Couples
42. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Noël Carroll Monsters and the Moving Image: Replies to Laetz and Yanal
43. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Aaron Smuts Wings of Desire: Reflections on the Tedium of Immortality
44. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 13
Dan Shaw Teaching Philosophy Through Film: Signs and the Problem of Evil
45. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Sander Lee Woody Allen Gets Away With Murder (Or Does He)?
46. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
William Pamerleau Philosophizing About Woody Allen: Do Author Intentions Matter?
47. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Dan Shaw Editor's Introduction
48. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Tadd Ruetenik "How Am I Not Myself?": Philosophical Despair In I [Heart] Huckabees
49. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Sander Lee Response to Bill Pamerleau
50. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Bart Engelen Open Your Eyes?: Why Nozick's Experience Machine Does Not Refute Hedonism
51. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Steven G. Smith Hume, Kant, And Road Runner On Causation
52. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Joseph Kupfer Sea Changes: Failure to Care in The Squid and the Whale
53. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Amy Coplan Comments on Thomas E. Wartenberg's Thinking on Screen: Film as Philosophy
54. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Bruce Russell Limits to Thinking on Screen
55. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Murray Skees A Synecdoche: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Fredric Jameson's Theory of Postmodernism
56. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
George M. Wilson Some Comments On Thinking On Screen: Film As Philosophy
57. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Thomas E. Wartenberg Response to My Critics
58. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 14
Richard Nunan Filmosophy and the Art of Philosophical Analysis of Films
59. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 15
Kevin W. Sweeney Sideways: Does Good Taste Improve Moral Character?
60. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 15
Dan Shaw Editor's Introduction