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The Routledge companion to philosophy and film

Author: Paisley Livingston; Carl R Plantinga
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2011.
Series: Routledge philosophy companions.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores the main themes, topics, thinkers and issues in philosophy and film. This title features sixty chapters from international scholars and is divided into four parts: issues and concepts; authors and trends; genres; and, film as philosophy. It is suitable for those interested in philosophy of film, aesthetics and film and cinema studies.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paisley Livingston; Carl R Plantinga
ISBN: 9780415771665 0415771668 9780415493949 0415493943 9780203879320 0203879325
OCLC Number: 809316071
Description: xix, 672 pages ; 26 cm.
Contents: Part 1: Issues and Concepts 1. Acting Johannes Riis 2. Authorship Aaron Meskin 3. Censorship Susan Dwyer 4. Consciousness Murray Smith 5. Definition of 'Cinema' Trevor Ponech 6. Depiction Robert Hopkins 7. Digital Cinema Berys Gaut 8. Emotion and Affect Carl Plantinga 9. Empathy and Character Engagement Amy Coplan 10. Ethics Folke Tersman 11. Film as Art Robert Stecker 12. Formalism Katherine Thomson-Jones 13. Gender Angela Curran and Carol Donelan 14. Genre Brian Laetz and Dominic McIver Lopes 15. Interpretation George Wilson 16. Medium Kevin Sweeney 17. Music Jeff Smith 18. Narration Noel Carroll 19. Narrative Closure Noel Carroll 20. Ontology David Davies 21. Race Dan Flory 22. Realism Andrew Kania 23. Spectatorship Carl Plantinga 24. Sound Giorgio Biancorosso 25. Style Noel Carroll 26. Violence Stephen Prince Part 2: Authors and Trends 27. Rudolph Arnheim Jinhee Choi 28. Walter Benjamin Stephane Symons 29. David Bordwell Patrick Colm Hogan 30. Bertolt Brecht Angela Curran 31. Noel Carroll Jonathan Frome 32. Stanley Cavell William Rothman 33. Cognitive Theory David Bordwell 34. Gilles Deleuze Ronald Bogue 35. Sergei Eisenstein David Bordwell 36. Christian Metz Francesco Casetti 37. Jean Mitry Brian Lewis 38. Edgar Morin Dudley Andrew 39. Hugo Munsterberg Don Fredericksen 40. Phenomenology Vivian Sobchack 41. Psychoanalysis Richard Allen 42. Semiotics and Semiology Joseph Kickasola 43. Ludwig Wittgenstein Malcolm Turvey Part 3: Genres and Other Types 44. Dogme 95 Mette Hjort 45. Documentary Carl Plantinga 46. Horror Aaron Smuts 47. Pornography Susan Dwyer 48. Avant-garde Film Maureen Turim 49. Tragedy and Comedy Deborah Knight Part 4: Film as Philosophy 50. Film as Philosophy Thomas E. Wartenberg 51. Ingmar Bergman Paisley Livingston 52. Terrence Malick David Davies 53. Andrei Tarkovsky Andras Balint Kovacs 54. Why Be Moral? Christopher Falzon 55. Skepticism Richard Fumerton 56. Personal Identity Deborah Knight 57. Practical Wisdom and the Good Ground of Gettysburg Joseph Kupfer 58. The Five Obstructions Mette Hjort 59. Gattaca Neven Sesardic 60. Memento Andrew Kania. Index
Series Title: Routledge philosophy companions.
Other Titles: Philosophy and film
Responsibility: edited by Paisley Livingston and Carl Plantinga.

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Explores the main themes, topics, thinkers and issues in philosophy and film. This title features sixty chapters from international scholars and is divided into four parts: issues and concepts; authors and trends; genres; and, film as philosophy. It is suitable for those interested in philosophy of film, aesthetics and film and cinema studies.

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