Table of contents for The philosophy of Martin Scorsese / edited by Mark T. Conard.

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<b>Part 1. Authenticity, Flourishing, and the Good Life</b>
No Safe Haven: Casino, Friendship, and Egoism
Steven M. Sanders
God¿s Lonely Man: Taxi Driver and the Ethics of Vigilantism
Aeon J. Skoble
Goodfellas, Gyges, and the Good Life
Dean A. Kowalski
Mean Streets: Beatitude, Flourishing, and Unhappiness
Mark T. Conard
<b>Part 2. Rationality, Criminality, and the Emotions</b>
The Cinema of Madness: Friedrich Nietzsche and the Films of Martin Scorsese
Jerold J. Abrams
The Age of Innocence: Social Semiotics, Desire, and Constraint
Deborah Knight
After Hours: Scorsese on Absurdity
Jennifer L. McMahon
The Pupkin Gambit: Rationality and Irrationality in The King of Comedy
Richard Greene
<b>Part 3. Vision, Salvation, and the Transcendental</b>
The Last Temptation of Christ and Bringing Out the Dead: Scorsese¿s Reluctant Saviors
Karen D. Hoffman
Flying Solo: The Aviator and Libertarian Philosophy
Paul A. Cantor
Art, Sex, and Time in Scorsese¿s After Hours
Richard Gilmore
The Ethical Underpinnings of Kundun
Judith Barad
Scorsese and the Transcendental
R. Barton Palmer

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Scorsese, Martin -- Criticism and interpretation.