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Philosophy, film, and the dark side of interdependence

ed. by J. Beever


Philosophy, film, and the dark side of interdependence

Место издания:

Lanham, MD


Lexington Books

Дата издания:

XXIV, 224 p.



Сведения о содержании:

Foreword: Fear of Film: Cinema and Affective Entanglements, Kendall PhillipsIntroduction: The Horror of Relations, Jonathan BeeverSection 1: Familial RelationsChapter 1: Love and Horror: In Bong Joon-Ho's Mother and Lee Chang-Dong's Poetry, Eunah LeeChapter 2: Predatory Masculinity and Domestic Violence in Charles Laughton's The Night of the Hunter, David BaumeisterChapter 3: "Will God Forgive Us?: Interdependence and Self-Transcendence in Paul Schrader's First Reformed", Vernon W. CisneySection 2: Social-Political Relations Chapter 4: The Dark Night Of Ecological Despair: Awaiting Reconsecration in Paul Schrader's First Reformed, Chandler Rogers and Tober CorriganChapter 5: The Horror of Interdependence: Climate Migration Anxiety by the Radical Right in Pella Kagerman and Hugo Lilja's Aniara (2018) and Ari Aster's Midsommar (2019), Sydney LaneChapter 6: Dissecting the Corrupted Body Politic: Fear, 'Body Horror' and the Failure of Relations, Josh Grant-YoungChapter 7: The Danger of Ecological and Economic Interdependence in the Films of Cormac McCarthy, Jonathan Elmore and Rick ElmoreSection 3: Techno-Ecological RelationsChapter 8: When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth: The Horror of Being Prey and Forgetting Nature, Yet Again, in Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, Eric S. GodoyChapter 9: Weird Ecologies and the Uncanny in The Happening, Brian OnishiChapter 10: Resident Evil, the Zomborg, and the Dark Side of Technological Interdependence, Jonathan BeeverChapter 11: When the Flame Goes Out: The Horror of Connected Consciousness, Luis FavelaConclusion: Imaginaries of Interdependence, Jonathan BeeverCoda: Difficult Intersubjectivity: Interdependence and Cinematic Ethics, Robert Sinnerbrink

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