Steven Spielberg and philosophy we're gonna need a bigger book / edited by Dean A. Kowalski.

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Corporate Author: ProQuest (Firm)
Other Authors: Kowalski, Dean A.
Format: Electronic eBook
Published: Lexington, Ky. : University Press of Kentucky, c2008.
Series:Philosophy of popular culture.
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300 |a vii, 274 p. :  |b ill. 
490 1 |a The philosophy of popular culture 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 |a pt. 1. Philosophy, the filmmaker, and the human condition. -- The "big-little" film and philosophy: two takes on Spielbergian innocence / Gary Arms and Thomas Riley -- The recovery of childhood and the search for the absent father / Michel Le Gall and Charles Taliaferro -- Levinasian ethics of alterity: the face of the other in Spielberg's cinematic language / John W. Wright -- The paradox of fictional belief and its moral implications in Jaws / Christopher R. Trogan and Dean A. Kowalski -- A.I.: Artificial Intelligence and the tragic sense of life / Timothy Dunn -- pt. 2. Values, virtue, and justice. -- What is wrong with cloning a dinosaur? Jurassic Park and nature as a source of moral authority / James H. Spence -- Is Oskar Schindler a good man? / Roger P. Ebertz -- A Spielbergian ethics of the family in Saving Private Ryan and The Color Purple / Robert R. Clewis -- Human rights, human nature, and Amistad / David Baggett and Mark W. Foreman -- Terrorism, counterterrorism, and "The story of what happens next" in Munich / Joseph J. Foy -- pt. 3. Realism, mind and metaphysics. -- Spielberg and cinematic realism / Keith Dromm -- A.I.: Artificial Intelligence: artistic indulgence or advanced inquiry? / V. Alan White -- Minority Report, Molinism, and the viability of Precrime / Dean A. Kowalski -- Appendix: Discussing five Spielberg films. 
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