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The Philosophy Of Motion Pictures

Revue Internationale de Philosophie N° 254 (4-2010)

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Over the last two decades, philosophers have become increasingly interested in motion pictures, broadly construed (including film, broadcast television, and video). In this issue, the authors canvass a range of the topics that currently concern philosophers. Jesse Prinz explores the ontological question of what makes a film art. Aaron Smuts addresses the epistemological issue of what enhances our sense of credibility when watching horror films, arguing in favor of the importance of suggestion. Turning to ethics, Anne Eaton traces the limits of moralism with regards to movies by discussing what Hume called “rough heroes” in films like Bonnie and Clyde. Moving from film to TV, Noël Carroll challenges the moral posture of the HBO series Sex and the City. Finally, Aaron Meskin and Jon Robson move further afield and consider the thesis that video games belong to the category of the moving image.

Texts by : N. Caroll, A.W. Eaton, A. Meski, J.J. Prinz, J. Robson, A. Smuts

Revue Internationale de Philosophie - Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 254 (4/2010)
94 pages - 16 × 24 cm
ISBN 978-2-930560-05-2 - janvier 2011



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