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81. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Dan Shaw Editor’s Introduction
82. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Erin Kealey Who Would You Be in a Zombie Apocalypse?
83. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Aaron Smuts It’s a Wonderful Life: Pottersville and the Meaning of Life
84. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Gwendolyn Dolske More Than a Windshield Wiper: A Beauvoirian Analysis of Project and Other in Flash of Genius
85. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
William J. Devlin, Shai Biderman Sartre’s Existential Analysis of Moral Dilemmas through Gone Baby Gone
86. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Mario Slugan Epistemology as Ethics: Skepticism in Blade Runner
87. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
John Marmysz Rooting for the Fascists in James Cameron’s Avatar
88. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Murray Smith In and Out of Character
89. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Dan Flory Response to My Critics
90. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Charles W. Mills Blacker Than Noir
91. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 16
Tommy L. Lott Film Noir, Realism, and the Ghettocentric Film
92. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Dan Shaw Editor’s Introduction
93. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Jay R. Elliott The Last Word on Pottersville
94. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Richard Gilmore The Existential Hitchcock
95. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Jordan Schummer Imagination and Film
96. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Jay R. Elliott The Meaning of Life and the “Pottersville Test”: A Reply to Aaron Smuts
97. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Aaron Smuts Reply to Elliott: In Defense of the Good Cause Account
98. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Ian Schnee Ideology, Socratic elenchus, and Inglourious Basterds
99. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Sam Shpall The Men of Talk to Her
100. Film and Philosophy: Volume > 17
Richard Nunan Gender Tourism in Feature Films: The Case of Transamerica