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The Philosophy of Martin Scorsese (Philosophy Of Popular Culture) Hardcover – May 31, 2007
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"Examines Scorsese's films in a distinctive and refreshing departure from traditional criticism. What emerges is both a sense of the ethical core of a filmmaker and the realization that Scorsese's insight into the human condition remains constant and penetrating." ―Library Journal"
"Conard has compiled another jargon-free and entertaining collection of essays that clearly and concisely define traditional philosophical thought―this time through the lens of Scorsese's films. . . . Be the reader a Scorsese enthusiast or a philosophy student, this collection serves as an excellent interdisciplinary resource." ― A.F. Winstead, CHOICE"
"This collection will be particularly valuable to philosophy scholars interested in ethics as well as film and cultural critics." ―Matthew Schultz, Film Criticism"―
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