Cult Movies - Top 10 List - Top Ten List - Top 10 Films About Nonconformists - Nonconformity Quotes - Nonconformist Quotes - Nonconformists in Film - Barfly Top 10 Films About Nonconformists "This is a world where everybody's gotta do something. Ya know, somebody laid down this rule that everybody's gotta do something, they gotta be something. "If we admit that human life can be ruled by reason, then all possibility of life is destroyed." "Words offer the means to meaning, and for those who will listen, the enunciation of truth. "They're not that different from you, are they? "My life, I mean . . . "Man, I see in fight club the strongest and smartest men who've ever lived. "I mean, it's real hard to be free when you are bought and sold in the marketplace. "Vice, Virtue. "Anybody here? "And now they're telling me I'm crazy over here because I don't sit there like a goddamn vegetable. Forgotten Movie Classics © 2015 Shelf-Life Productions LLC
A “Close Reading” of Stanley Kubrick’s “2001: A Space Odyssey” | West Coast Odysseus Preamble* A few weeks ago and for the first time I watched Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 movie 2001: A Space Odyssey in segments on Youtube. It made such a powerful impression on me that I immediately bought the DVD. I also found the Wikipedia webpage on the movie; I skipped the plot summary, but wanted to read about the reception of the movie, and was pleased to see that it was considered the best movie of all time by one critical journal, and usually places in the “top ten” lists of others. The scale of 2001 is worthy of its scope: the universe, and the development of humanity in this universe; the playback time corresponds to this magnitude of scale, for the movie runs to 148 minutes in length. The beginning of 2001: A Space Odyssey is a lengthy one, with scary organ music playing for about three minutes; the entire screen is dark during this time. The Dawn of Man While waiting for his connecting flight to Clavius on the moon, Dr. Dr. The conversation ended, we next see Dr. Dr.
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.
teachphilosophy101 25 Best Kids Movies Of 2011 Let’s take a look at the biggest and best kids movies of 2011. Family fun this year comes in the form of a Johnny Depp chameleon, a Shrek movie spin-off, Jim Carrey handling penguins, and Tintin’s state of the art return to the big screen. Here’s our definitive guide to the best kids movies, 2011: Gnomeo & Juliet Release Date: 11 February 2011 Starring: (voices) James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Michael Caine, Jason Statham Director: Kelly Asbury Retelling of Romeo and Juliet with the Montagues and Capulets reimagined as two warring families of gnomes living next door to each other. Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Release Date: 11 February 2011 Starring: Justin Bieber Director: Jon Chu (Step Up 3D) Part concert film, part documentary about his roots and rise to fame, Never Say Never focuses mainly on the 10 days counting down to Bieber’s first performance at the great Madison Square Garden in New York. More Kids Movies 2011 (APRIL) > Pages: 1 2 3 4 5
10 Great Animated Films That Can Be Enjoyed More By Adults Than Children Animated films are often thought of as kid’s films, but in many cases, that couldn’t be further from the truth. Many animated movies are in fact targeted at children, but then there are also those which cross into more mature territory, as well as those that cross the bridge and can be greatly enjoyed by both the older and the younger, Studio Ghibli and Pixar have carved out a reputation for these kind of films that can be enjoyed by all ages. This list is for the animated films made for grown-ups. These films go places that many animated films wouldn’t dare go, and as many films on this list prove, animated movies can be equally emotional, equally exciting and equally amazing as live action cinema. 10. Hayao Miyazaki’s latest near-masterpiece is not a fantasy film like the director’s most iconic and popular works, but instead an often solemn and always mature look at a point of important Japanese history, as well as a life study of a young man named Jiro and his love for planes. 9. 8.
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.
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.
Top 10 Best Sci-Fi Movies Of 2011 Let’s explore the biggest and best sci-fi movies of 2011. Science-fiction this year came in the form of a moon mission that discovered life, an X-Men prequel, James Franco helping apes conquer the world, JJ Abrams’ mysterious alien invasion movie, and Justin Timberlake in a future where time is a currency. That and so much more. We’ll go through the good, and the bad. Here’s our definitive guide to the best sci-fi movies, 2011. I Am Number Four Starring: Alex Pettyfer, Timothy Olyphant, Dianna Agron Director: D.J. Battle: Los Angeles Starring: Aaron Eckhart, Michelle Rodriguez, Michael Peña, Bridget Moynahan Director: Justin Lin Release Date: 11 March 2011 Paul Cast: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Seth Rogen (voice), Jason Bateman, Kristen Wiig Director: Greg Mottola Release Date: 18 March 2011 Source Code Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Vera Farmiga, Michelle Monaghan, Jeffrey Wright Director: Duncan Jones Release Date: 1 April 2011 More Sci-Fi Movies 2011 (JUNE) > Pages: 1 2 3
Las películas favoritas de Stanley Kubrick Desde 2012 Nick Wrigley, fundador de la organización los Maestros del Cine, ha trabajado en una lista, compilada de diferentes fuentes, de las películas favoritas de Stanley Kubrick. Todas las listas que hacemos dependen de su finalidad, es decir, el uso (como la lista del mercado o la lista pendientes) o del momento en el que las realizamos (afortunadamente, nuestros gustos cambian), por lo tanto no hay listas definitivas. Así lo entendió Wrigley, quien se dio a la tarea de hacer una búsqueda exhaustiva de los filmes predilectos de Kubrick, que nombró la Lista Maestra, con el fin de incluir la diversidad de películas que agradaban a uno de los grandes maestros del cine. Stanley Kubrick fotografiado por Dmitri Kasterine (www.kasterine.com) en 1969 en el set de A Clockwork Orange. En 1963 se publicó, para la revista estadounidense Cinema, el único Top 10 que Kubrick reveló abiertamente. Aquí la lista: ¿Qué películas te imaginabas entre las favoritas de Kubrick? Noticias Relacionadas
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