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Film and Philosophy II Conference

January 14th-15th, 2011

R. Lanier Anderson and Joshua Landy in conversation with Michael Emerson

Michael Emerson: The Philosophy of Lost (Jan. 15, 2011).

Clips:

Scott Bukatman (Stanford University)

"Comics and the Critique of Chrono-Photography"



Film and Philosophy Conference

January 15th-16th, 2010

Clips:

Philosopher Robert Pippin (University of Chicago)

"Fate and Film Noir: Some Filmic Philosophy in Out of the Past" - part 1

 

"Fate and Film Noir: Some Filmic Philosophy in Out of the Past" - part 2

 

Philosopher George Wilson (University of Southern California)

On the Coen brothers' "The Man Who Wasn't There" - part 1

 

On the Coen brothers' "The Man Who Wasn't There" - part 2

 

Film critic David Thomson

"If the cinema is the truth 24 times a second, how shall we tell lies?" - part 1
Introduction by Stanford philosopher Lanier Anderson.

 

"If the cinema is the truth 24 times a second, how shall we tell lies?" - part 2

 

"If the cinema is the truth 24 times a second, how shall we tell lies?" - part 3

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Evolution, Cognition, and the Arts

Symposium, Friday, March 13, 2009


Clips:

Daniel Levitin (Psychology, McGill) on music, evolution, and Steven Pinker - Part 1



Daniel Levitin (Psychology, McGill) on music, evolution, and Steven Pinker - Part 2



Daniel Levitin (Psychology, McGill) on music, evolution, and Steven Pinker - Part 3



Jonathan Berger (Music, Stanford) on timbre and surprise, two "black holes" of music theory - Part 1



Jonathan Berger (Music, Stanford) on timbre and surprise, two "black holes" of music theory - Part 2



Jonathan Berger (Music, Stanford) on timbre and surprise, two "black holes" of music theory - Part 3

 

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Full Sessions:

"Music and the Brain," Discussion

Moderated by Stephen Hinton (Music, Stanford)
Jonathan Berger (Music, Stanford)
Daniel Levitin (Psychology, McGill)

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"Is Narrative an Adaptation?"

Introduction by Lanier Anderson (Philosophy, Stanford)
William Flesch (English, Brandeis)
Jonathan Kramnick (English, Rutgers)
Blakey Vermeule (English, Stanford)

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"Is Narrative an Adaptation?" Discussion

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