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Philosophical Films

Philosophical Films
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5000 films tombés dans le domaine public à télécharger gratuitement Dès qu’une œuvre tombe dans le domaine public, elle peut être « uploadée » sur le site archive.org. La liste ne peut donc que s’agrandir. Pour les cinéphiles, c’est une véritable caverne d’Ali Baba. On peut déjà y trouver près de 5000 long-métrages, regardables en streaming, mais également disponibles en téléchargement (très souvent de haute qualité). Films noirs, films d’horreur, cinéma Bis, screwball comedy, le choix est vaste. Voici ma petite liste maison de 13 films : Freaks : La Monstrueuse Parade (Titre original : Freaks) est un film culte américain réalisé par Tod Browning, sorti en 1932. Metropolis : film expressionniste de science-fiction allemand produit pendant la courte période de la République de Weimar. The 39 Steps : A 1935 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The Phantom of the Opera : A 1925 film adaptation of the novel by Gaston Leroux, this silent film version stars the infamous Lon Chaney as the Phantom. By GOLEM13 Twitter : @ | 8 août 2014

Morality and the Movies: Reading Ethics Through Film: Dan Shaw: Continuum “Shaw makes morality go down as easily as a bag of popcorn. No more will philosophy be dull. I can only wish that I had had a text like Morality and the Movies when I was a student just encountering ethics. This book is certain to engage students, as they discover they were already thinking about morality when they were watching movies.” – Thomas Wartenberg, Mount Holyoke College, Massachusetts, USA, “Morality and the Movies vividly and even-handedly presents topics from ethical theory and applied ethics by means of well-chosen illustrations from classic and newer films. “Summing Up: Optional. “Morality and the Movies is intended as a study book in which movies serve as an illustration of certain theories, ideas, and themes in ethics...

Essential Movies for a Student of Philosophy I’m not talking about movies that make you think deep crazy stuff. I’m not talking about some new “existential twist” on common topics. I’m talking about movies that (seem to be) incarnations of classic philosophical thought experiments or movies that have a major philosophical problem as a main theme. I’m talking about movies that include topics that a serious student of philosophy needs to understand. I’m not talking about movies that make you think deep crazy stuff. from Zizek! from I ♥ Huckabees from Thank You For Smoking Movies featuring a philosopher: Zizek! Movies featuring the ideas of particular philosophers: Nietzsche (2003)* My Night At Maud’s Nietzsche and the Nazis (2006)* Movies based on Novels written by famous philosophers: The Stranger (by Albert Camus) Le Journal Du Séducteur (1996)* (by Soren Kierkegaard) The Fountainhead (by Ann Rand) Other: The Elegant Universe (2003)* M.A.

Resources – Teaching and Learning | Squire Family Foundation This page contains resources to help teachers plan a philosophy course, unit, lesson; and to encourage the creation of a philosophy club or discussion group. It includes materials that can be used as primary texts to be interpreted, analyzed, and discussed; as well as materials that can be used for background information and materials for tapping into the various streams of philosophical discourse going on around us. Primary philosophy texts 1. By philosophers past Educational Philosophies Reader Edited by Grace Roosevelt (March, 2011) Roosevelt teaches at the Metropolitan College of New York. The book can be ordered from: lulu.com. Guide to Philosophy on the Internet Although this site hasn’t been updated recently, it remains one of the most comprehensive web resources. Early Modern Philosophy This site contains classic philosophic texts – Descartes, Hume, Locke, Kant, among others – translated into readable English by Jonathan F. 2. Non-Traditional Primary Materials 1. a. b. 2. 3. 4. 1.

20 Free Charlie Chaplin Films Online A few things to know about Charlie Chaplin. He starred in over 80 films, reeling off most during the silent film era. In 1914 alone, he acted in 40 films, then another 15 in 1915. By the 1920s, Chaplin had emerged as the first larger-than-life movie star and director, if not the most recognizable person in the world. The film icon died on Christmas Day in 1977, and we're commemorating this just-passed anniversary by highlighting 65 Chaplin films available on the web. A Burlesque On Carmen - Free - Original two-reel parody of Bizet's Carmen by Charlie Chaplin. Most of the quoted summaries above were written by Ed Stephan on IMDB. Related Content: Free Alfred Hitchock Films Free John Wayne Films Tarkovsky Films Free Online

The 18 Best Philosophical Movies of All Time Whether realizing the art form of filmmaking or not, directors and writers often use their preferred visual medium to tell a story. Ideologies, theories or whatever form of message is always decoded in this visual medium in hopes that the audience gets the message. The secret of making a successful film, especially when telling a story, is to avoid preaching. From Mel Gibson to Seth Macfarlene, Federico Fellini to Ridley Scott and of course Hitchcock, their movies have messages, from symbolist storytelling to clever subtext dialogues. Here’s a list of some of the movies that have philosophical messages encoded for the audience. 1. Hitchcock, the master of suspense, toys with his audience, repels and lures them to a world of shock. Starring in this underrated classic are James Stewart, Farley Granger and John Dall. This is an anti-existentialist movie, and James Stewart discovers to his horror that, following existentialism principles, two of his students have killed their classmate. 2.

Contents « Avello Publishing The-Unconscious-Editorial-Avello-Publishing-Journal-1-2 Jason Wakefield, University of Cambridge, England. Hume’s Literary Dialogues on Natural Religion Dale Jacquette, University of Bern, Switzerland. What Lacks is Feeling: Hume versus Habermas and Kant John Milbank, University of Nottingham, England. Defending Compassion: A Response to the Critique in Nietzsche’s ‘Dawn’ David Rowthorn, University of Warwick, England. Separation, Death, the Thing, Freud, Lacan, and the Missed Encounter Catherine Malabou, University of Kingston, London, England. Testing the Compatibility of Psychoanalysis and Neuroscience, Kant between Spinoza and Freud Micheal Mack, University of Durham, England. Communist Desire Jodi Dean, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, New York, USA. Pursuing That Which Withdraws From Us Brent Potter, Pacifica Graduate Institute, California, USA. Velázquez, Picasso and the Contemporary Subject Carlos Rodriguez Sutil, University of Complutense, Madrid, Spain. Little Hans Assemblage Jones Irwin, St.

Philosophy Pages Histoire du cinéma 1 Rouleaux narratifs Le principe du « rouleau narratif », grand dessin panoramique déroulant sur papier ou sur soie, fut largement utilisé en Chine et au Japon à partir du Xe siècle par des conteurs comme support narratif. Ces grands dessins cinétiques, servaient à planter le décor, à suivre la progression de l'intrigue et permettait aux spectateurs de voir les déplacements du héros dans les dédales des palais ou des villes… Il pouvait bien sûr y avoir un rouleau pour chaque « plan séquence » du récit, et être accompagné ou non par des musiciens. Théâtre d'ombres Le théâtre d’ombres, quant à lui, est un art très ancien représenté dans tous les pays du monde. celles qui jouent directement à la vue du public celles dont l’ombre, projetée par une source lumineuse, se découpe sur un écran (silhouettes découpées ou personnages formés par l’ombre de la main). Les ombres peuvent présenter des profils nets mais aussi des flous et des bougés qui apportent dynamisme et action à la narration. Suite >

Philosophy and Film Starts February 23, 2015 This course will examine a variety of philosophical arguments through the medium of film. It will consist of video lectures, readings, and lively discussion. Students will engage a wide range of exciting thinkers, issues, and movies with the goal of understanding both how our world is and how we want it to be. This class will engage some of the central questions surrounding the human experience through the medium of film. Topics, Thinkers, and Films over six modules: Inception: The Experience Machine and Free Will – Robert Nozick and Galen Strawson The Birds: Psychology and Desire – Sigmund Freud Match Point: Ethical Subjectivism and Moral Luck – David Hume and Thomas Nagel District 9: People aren’t Objects: The Categorical Imperative – Immanuel Kant The Hunger Games: Exploitation and Alienation – Karl Marx Groundhog Day­: Happiness and Friendship– Aristotle William A. Professor of Philosophy William A. "A book [movie!]

Crisis Fronts - Readings Readings and Supplemental Bibliography Stan Allen, “From Object to Field” Stan Allen, “Diagrams Matter” Stan Allen, "Field Conditions" Sanford Kwinter, Architectures of Time, Chapter 1 “The Complex and the Singular” Steven Johnson, Emergence Kevin Kelley, Out of Control Bruce Mau, et al, Massive Change Philip Ball, The Self Made Tapestry Critical Art Ensemble, The Molecular Invasion William McDonough, Cradle to Cradle Bruce Sterling, Shaping Things Manuel Delanda “Deleuze and the Genesis of Form” Manuel Delanda “Deleuze and the Use of the Genetic Algorithm in Architecture” Anthony Vidler “Towards a Theory of the Architecture Program” Reyner Banham, The Architecture of the Well Tempered Environment

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