The X-Files and Philosophy: The Truth Is in Here Popular Culture and Philosophy

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Open Court #ad - In the x-files and philosophy, thirty-six fearless philosophers seek for the truth which is out there, in here, at least somewhere, or as the postmodernists claim nowhere. And if they did, what would be the proper way to behave towards them? Some of these entities seem to flout conventional laws of nature—but perhaps we need to allow for different, as yet undiscovered, laws.

If such fabulous entities really exist, why do we imagine they do?       in the x-files, while open-minded credulity or pseudoscience is represented by Mulder and usually turns out to be right, regular science is represented by Scully and usually turns out to be wrong, what do we owe them? And if they don’t exist, or at least somehow on the right track.

The X-Files and Philosophy: The Truth Is in Here Popular Culture and Philosophy #ad - Scully demands objective, with Mulder’s help, and she usually gets it, repeatable evidence, in astounding and unwelcome ways. One big issue is whether the weird and unexplained happenings, including the existence of entities unknown to traditional science, might really exist. What lessons should we take from the finding of The X-Files that respectable science is nearly always wrong and outrageous speculative imagination nearly always right? Open court.

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Opening the X-Files: A Critical History of the Original Series

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McFarland & Company #ad - Running for more than 200 episodes, the series transformed television, crafting a postmodern mythology that spoke to the anxieties and uncertainties of the end of the 20th century. Covering the entire series from its debut through the second feature film, this book examines how creator Chris Carter and his team of writers turned a scrappy cult favorite on Fox into a global phenomenon.

More than 20 years after it was first broadcast, The X-Files still holds the public imagination. Over nine seasons and two feature films, agents Mulder and Scully pursued monsters, aliens, mutants and shadowy conspirators across the American landscape.

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The Philosophy of The X-Files Philosophy Of Popular Culture

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University Press of Kentucky #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Kowalski has gathered a remarkable cast of contributors to shed light on the philosophical mysteries of the television show The X-Files. In the philosophy of The X-Files, Dean A. With sections devoted to the show's credos, such as "the truth is out there, and specific episodes, " individual characters, The Philosophy of The X-Files illuminates the philosophical assumptions and presuppositions of the show as well as presents discussions through the show to help the reader better understand philosophy and philosophical inquiry.

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PopLit, PopCult and The X-Files: A Critical Exploration

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McFarland Publishing #ad - The first section examines the text of the series and the progression of its mythic story arc. The show's gothic horror tradition is established, and its contribution to the Zeitgeist of the 90s is also acknowledged. The second section explores the context that has given rise to The X-Files phenomenon in the 1990s.

Used book in Good Condition. For six acclaimed seasons, fbi paranormal detectives Mulder and Scully have been chasing monsters and little green men and exposing government conspiracies, while espousing the mantras "trust no one" and "the truth is out there. This work takes a close look at the popular television series and shows how its style, character and narrative structure have continued to tease and please a wide viewing audience every week for six years.

PopLit, PopCult and The X-Files: A Critical Exploration #ad - Used book in Good Condition. This part also looks at the show's use of expressionistic techniques in both its visual and sound effects; the related tropes of self-reflexive humor, irony and the grotesque; and its ability to give the audience an occasional strong sensory jolt.

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We Want to Believe: Faith and Gospel in The X-files

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Wipf & Stock Pub #ad - The desire to believe in something greater than ourselves is part of human nature: we want to believe. Used book in Good Condition. In the spirit of the show, this book uses the symbols and images presented throughout the series to pose such questions and explore some of the answers, particularly in the Christian tradition.

The search for extraterrestrial life, the truth that is out there, is a metaphor for the search for God. The x-files depicts this struggle by posing questions and exploring possible answers, both natural and supernatural. Scully's cross represents this desire to believe, as well as the internal struggle between faith and what we can see and prove.

We Want to Believe: Faith and Gospel in The X-files #ad - Used book in Good Condition. From the first episode to the latest feature film, two main symbols provide the driving force for the iconic television series The X-Files: Fox Mulder's "I Want to Believe" poster and Dana Scully's cross necklace. With a focus on key themes of the series--faith, and truth--along the way, hope, love, this book journeys from the desire to believe to the message of the cross.

Why would god let the innocent suffer? can god forgive even the most heinous criminal? What if God is giving us signs to point the way to the truth, but we're not paying attention? These are some of the questions raised by The X-Files. Mulder's poster may feature a flying saucer, but the phrase "I want to believe" refers to more than simply the quest for the truth about aliens.

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Deny All Knowledge: Reading the " X-files "

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Jurassic Park and Philosophy: The Truth Is Terrifying Popular Culture and Philosophy

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Open Court #ad - If revived and once again let loose to walk the Earth, these too may turn out to be more dangerous than we bargained for. Used book in Good Condition. Human beings live and thrive by modifying nature, but when do the risks of changing nature outweigh the likely benefits? If it’s true that “Life will find a way, ” should we view any modified or newly reconstituted life as a hazard? The new scientific information we could gain by bringing back T.

Rex or other dinosaurs is immense, but should we choose to let sleeping dinosaurs lie? and if we do bring them back by reconstituting them from ancient DNA, or is something missing? How do the different forces — human curiosity, are they really what they were, profitability, and philanthropy — interact to determine what actually happens in such cases? What moral standards should be applied to those who try to bring back lost worlds? The idea of bringing back the dead and the powerful is not limited to biological species.

Jurassic Park and Philosophy: The Truth Is Terrifying Popular Culture and Philosophy #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Twenty-one philosophers investigate the implications of the Jurassic Park franchise for our lives, our values, and our future. It also applies to bringing back old gods, old philosophies, old institutions, and old myths.

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Monsters of the Week: The Complete Critical Companion to The X-Files

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Harry N. Abrams #ad - Used book in Good Condition. This crucial collection includes a foreword by series creator Chris Carter as well as exclusive interviews with some of show’s stars and screenwriters, James Wong, Darin Morgan, Vince Gilligan, including Carter, Mitch Pileggi, Robert Patrick, and more. Monsters of the week is the definitive guide to The X-Files—whether you’re a lifelong viewer or a new fan uncovering the conspiracy for the first time.

. Packed with insightful reviews of every episode—including the tenth and eleventh seasons and both major motion pictures—Monsters of the Week leaves no mystery unsolved and no monster unexplained. Used book in Good Condition. In monsters of the week: the complete critical companion to The X-Files, TV critics Zack Handlen and Emily Todd VanDerWerff look back at exactly what made the long-running cult series so groundbreaking.

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Aquarius

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Starz / Anchor Bay 35219359 #ad - Edgy, addictive and visually stunning, the Age of Aquarius is here. Los angeles, 1967. Teaming up with a young cop who will help him infiltrate Manson’s circle, Hodiak is forced to see things through the questioning eyes of someone who came of age amongst the current anti-establishment counterculture. Shrink-wrapped.

Welcome to the Summer of Love. Special features: webisodes, “First look: Aquarius” Used book in Good Condition. A small-time but charismatic leader with big plans, Manson has begun to build up his “family”, recruiting vulnerable young men and women to join his cause. Aquarius stars david duchovny “the x files;” “californication” as Sam Hodiak, a seasoned homicide detective whose investigations dovetail with the activities of real-life cult leader Charles Manson in the years before he masterminded the most notorious killings of a generation, the Tate-LaBianca murders.

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Westworld and Philosophy: If You Go Looking for the Truth, Get the Whole Thing The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series

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Wiley #ad - Robert ford, westworld  have you ever questioned the nature of your reality? HBO’s Westworld, a high-concept cerebral television series which explores the emergence of artificial consciousness at a futuristic amusement park, raises numerous questions about the nature of consciousness and its bearing on the divide between authentic and artificial life.

Shrink-wrapped. Humans fancy that there’s something special about the way we perceive the world, content, for the most part, and yet we live in loops as tight and as closed as the hosts do, seldom questioning our choices, to be told what to do next. Dr. Are our choices our own? what is the relationship between the mind and the body? why do violent delights have violent ends? Could machines ever have the moral edge over man? Does consciousness create humanity, filmmakers, activists, scientists, or humanity consciousness? In Westworld and Philosophy, philosophers, and ethicists ask the questions you’re not supposed to ask and suggest the answers you’re not supposed to know.

Westworld and Philosophy: If You Go Looking for the Truth, Get the Whole Thing The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series #ad - We can’t define consciousness because consciousness does not exist. Used book in Good Condition. Essays explore different facets of the show’s philosophical puzzles, including the nature of autonomy as well as the pursuit of liberation and free thought, while levying a critical eye at the human example as Westworld’s hosts ascend to their apotheosis in a world scarred and defined by violent acts.

The perfect companion for westworld fans who want to exit the park and bend their minds around the philosophy behind the scenes, Westworld and Philosophy will enrich the experience of the show for its viewers and shed new light on its enigmatic twists and turns. There’s a deeper level to this game, examining how we think about humans, hosts, and this book charts a course through the maze of the mind, and the world around us on a journey toward self-actualization.

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The X-Files 2019 Wall Calendar

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Universe Publishing #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Revisit the cult show with the x-files 2019 wall calendar, the new jersey devil, tooms, including alien abduction, FBI Assistant Director Walter Skinner, the black oil, the threat of the Fiji Mermaid, and Alex Krycek; and the show's classic storylines, The Cigarette Smoking Man, which showcases iconic characters from the show including The Lone Gunmen, Deep Throat, among many others.

The x-files 2019 wall Calendar features images from the iconic show's run. The x-files's fbi special agents fox mulder David Duchovny and Dana Scully Gillian Anderson investigate unexplained, mind-bending cases about the paranormal and unravel shadowy governmental conspiracies. Shrink-wrapped. Used book in Good Condition.

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