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CLASSIC QUESTIONS AND CONTEMPORARY FILM: AN INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY

经典问题与当代电影:哲学概论

Dean Kowalski

Classification Codes : J9

Language : ENG

Publication Information : Wiley

Publish Year:2015

I  S  B  N :9781118585603

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Fully revised and updated, Classic Questions and Contemporary Film: An Introduction to Philosophy, 2nd Edition, aims to excite and motivate students to do philosophy by introducing them to core philosophical concepts through explorations of popular movies. The new edition includes discussion of eighteen additional films, including Inception, V for Vendetta, and Hotel Rwanda, and coverage of fresh topics such as rhetoric and sophistry, Platos Republic, and religious experience. A new chapter on the human condition, which includes discussions of personal identity, the meaningfulness of life and death, and existentialism has also been added. The features that made the first edition so successful have been kept and enhanced. Each chapter opens with a classic philosophical reading, and offers a rich pedagogical framework, including learning outcomes, jargon-free argument analysis, critical thinking and trivia questions, and textboxes with helpful notes on the movies discussed. These features provide the reader with the tools they need to make the leap from reading about philosophy to doing philosophy. Engaging and thought-provoking, Classic Questions and Contemporary Film, 2nd Edition, offers a wealth of insights into the myriad critical philosophical issues raised in popular films.