Table of contents for The philosophy of neo-noir / edited by Mark T. Conard.

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Acknowledgments 000
Introduction 000
<b>Part 1: Subjectivity, Knowledge, and Human Nature in Neo-Noir</b>
Space, Time, and Subjectivity in Neo-Noir Cinema 000
		Jerold J. Abrams
Blade Runner and Sartre: The Boundaries of Humanity 000
		Judith Barad
John Locke, Personal Identity, and Memento 000
		Basil Smith
Problems of Memory and Identity in Neo-Noir¿s Existentialist Antihero 000
		Andrew Spicer
<b>Part 2: Justice, Guilt, and Redemption: Morality in Neo-Noir</b>
The Murder of Moral Idealism: Kant and the Death of Ian Campbell in The Onion Field 000
		Douglas L. Berger
Justice and Moral Corruption in A Simple Plan 000
		Aeon J. Skoble
¿Saint¿ Sydney: Atonement and Moral Inversion in Hard Eight 000
		Donald R. D¿Aries and Foster Hirsch
Reservoir Dogs: Redemption in a Postmodern World 000
		Mark T. Conard
<b>Part 3: Elements of Neo-Noir</b>
The Dark Sublimity of Chinatown 000
		Richard Gilmore
The Human Comedy Perpetuates Itself: Nihilism and Comedy in Coen Neo-Noir 000
		Thomas S. Hibbs
The New Sincerity of Neo-Noir: The Example of The Man Who Wasn¿t There 000
		R. Barton Palmer
¿Anything Is Possible Here¿: Capitalism, Neo-Noir, and Chinatown 000
		Jeanne Schuler and Patrick Murray
Sunshine Noir: Postmodernism and Miami Vice 000
		Steven M. Sanders
Contributors 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Film noir -- United States -- History and criticism.