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Goading Gladiators

Seán Moran analyses amphitheatrical antics.
[Issue 134: October/November 2019: Street Philosopher: 11 matches]

Minding the Gap

Dylan Skurka on a film that suggests it’s possible to choose to overcome your upbringing.
[Issue 147: December 2021 / January 2022: Films: 11 matches]

The Ontology of Photography: From Analogue To Digital

Peter Benson on why digital photos aren’t reliable records of anything.
[Issue 95: March/April 2013: Appearance and Reality: 10 matches]

American Psycho

Matthew Gildersleeve goes to the movies with Jacques Lacan.
[Issue 113: April/May 2016: Films: 10 matches]

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

Thomas E. Wartenberg sees current concerns about truth in the news spotlighted by a classic Western.
[Issue 134: October/November 2019: Films: 10 matches]

Brimstone and Treacle

Thomas R. Morgan notes a diabolical, and angelic, case of anti-realism.
[Issue 145: August/September 2021: Films: 10 matches]

Letters

More Theology, More Falsification • Miraculous Coughs • Too-Many-Worlds Interpretation? • Death or Freedom? • Warhol Was First! • What is it Like to be You? • Is Philosophy Enough? • Idle Speculation
[Issue 31: March/April 2001: Letters: 9 matches]

Metropolis

Fritz Lang’s film Metropolis is a classic thanks to its timeless warning about the perils of technological mastery without social justice, says Scott O’Reilly.
[Issue 37: August/September 2002: Films: 9 matches]

Cape Fear

Terri Murray observes Scorsese’s battle of moralities.
[Issue 82: January/February 2011: Films: 9 matches]

Revolutionary Road

Nick DiChario asks if it’s existential, or just depressing.
[Issue 75: September/October 2009: Films: 9 matches]

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