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Popular Culture and Philosophy #07: The Sopranos and Philosophy: I Kill Therefore I Am

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This collection of essays by philosophers who are also fans does a deep probe of the Sopranos, analyzing the adventures and personalities of Tony, Carmella, Livia, and the rest of television's most irresistible mafia family for their metaphysical, epistemological, value theory, eastern philosophical, and contemporary postmodern possibilities. No prior philosophical qualificationsor mob connections are required to enjoy these musings, which are presented with the same vibrancy and wit that have made the show such a hit.

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Tony Soprano and the gang meet classic and modern philosophy in these witty, provocative essays. Covering everything from Aristotle to ziti, 17 wiseguys (three of them gals) explore such irresistible topics as: Is Tony Soprano a good man? Is Carmela a feminist? Morally speaking, who is the worst person on The Sopranos? Is watching the show harmful to one's moral health? And what if Tony had read Sun Tzu instead of Machiavelli?

This collection of essays by philosophers who are also fans does a deep probe of the Sopranos, analyzing the adventures — and personalities — of Tony, Carmela, Livia, and the rest of television's most irresistible Mafia family for their metaphysical, epistemological, value theory, Eastern philosophical, and contemporary postmodern possibilities. No prior philosophical qualifications or mob connections are required to enjoy these musings, which are presented with the same vibrancy and wit that have made the show such a hit.

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Covering everything from Aristotle to ziti, 17 wiseguys (three of them gals) explore such irresistible topics as: Is Tony Soprano a good man? Is Carmela a feminist? Morally speaking, who is the worst person on "The Sopranos"? Is watching the show harmful to your moral health? And what if Tony had read Sun Tzu instead of Machiavelli?

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ISBN:
9780812695588
Editor:
Greene, Richard
Editor:
Vernezze, Peter
Editor:
Greene, Richard
Editor:
Greene, Richard; Vernezze, Peter
Editor:
Vernezze, Peter
Author:
Greene, Richard
Author:
Vernezze, Peter
Author:
Pastore, Vincent
Publisher:
Open Court Publishing Company
Location:
Chicago, Ill.
Subject:
Ethics & Moral Philosophy
Subject:
Television - History & Criticism
Subject:
Sopranos
Subject:
History & Surveys - Modern
Subject:
PHILOSOPHY / Ethics & Moral Philosophy
Subject:
Popular Culture - General
Subject:
Philosophy : General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Popular Culture and Philosophy
Series Volume:
07
Publication Date:
20040831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
352
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 11.5 oz

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"Synopsis" by ,
Tony Soprano and the gang meet classic and modern philosophy in these witty, provocative essays. Covering everything from Aristotle to ziti, 17 wiseguys (three of them gals) explore such irresistible topics as: Is Tony Soprano a good man? Is Carmela a feminist? Morally speaking, who is the worst person on The Sopranos? Is watching the show harmful to one's moral health? And what if Tony had read Sun Tzu instead of Machiavelli?

This collection of essays by philosophers who are also fans does a deep probe of the Sopranos, analyzing the adventures — and personalities — of Tony, Carmela, Livia, and the rest of television's most irresistible Mafia family for their metaphysical, epistemological, value theory, Eastern philosophical, and contemporary postmodern possibilities. No prior philosophical qualifications or mob connections are required to enjoy these musings, which are presented with the same vibrancy and wit that have made the show such a hit.

"Synopsis" by , Covering everything from Aristotle to ziti, 17 wiseguys (three of them gals) explore such irresistible topics as: Is Tony Soprano a good man? Is Carmela a feminist? Morally speaking, who is the worst person on "The Sopranos"? Is watching the show harmful to your moral health? And what if Tony had read Sun Tzu instead of Machiavelli?
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