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Seven Samurai

See a cinematic classic from a post-Hegelian perspective. Danny O’Donnell reviews Kurosawa’s Seven Samurai.
[Issue 55: May/June 2006: Films: 9 matches]

Crimes and Misdemeanors

Terri Murray gets to the core of ethics with Socrates and Woody Allen [CONTAINS PLOT SPOILERS!].
[Issue 139: August/September 2020: Films: 9 matches]

Death of a President

Terri Murray finds herself in a maze of mirrors, but has Jean Baudrillard as her guide.
[Issue 107: April/May 2015: Films: 9 matches]

Lost In Translation

Laura D’Olimpio gazes thoughtfully at a postmodern existential Platonic romance.
[Issue 118: February/March 2017: Films: 9 matches]

Dave Chappelle’s Block Party

Dharmender Dhillon asks what happened to the revolutionary potential of hip hop.
[Issue 99: November/December 2013: Films: 9 matches]

Just Ask The Dust

Existentialism goes to the movies. Nick DiChario finds that the novel fills spaces the film doesn’t even have.
[Issue 62: July/August 2007: Films: 9 matches]

Hannah Arendt

Yasemin Sari on a new film about a courageous thinker and her views on responsibility and the nature of evil.
[Issue 100: January/February 2014: Films: 9 matches]

Gladiator

Stoics on the Big Screen? John Sellars examines the ancient philosophy which surfaces in Gladiator.
[Issue 41: May/June 2003: Films: 8 matches]

Robots

Grant Bartley looks behind the images of the film Robots to find three perspectives on artistic greatness.
[Issue 69: September/October 2008: Films: 8 matches]

Force Majeure

Thomas Wartenberg asks if you really know yourself.
[Issue 108: June/July 2015: Films: 8 matches]

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