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Raphaël Taylor, Bart Beaty, Robert Duggan, Catriona MacLeod, and Ann Miller

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Daniel Couvreur, Frédéric Soumois and Philippe Goddin, Les Vrais Secrets de la Licorne [‘The True Secrets of the Unicorn’] (Brussels/Tournai: Moulinsart/Casterman, 2006). 127 pp., ISBN 978-2-87424-118-5 (hardback, €15.00)

Daniel Couvreur and Frédéric Soumois, with a preface by Dominique Maricq, À la Recherche du Trésor de Rackham le Rouge [‘In Search of Red Rackham’s Treasure’] (Brussels/Tournai: Moulinsart/Casterman, 2007). 135 pp., ISBN 978-2-87424-160-4 (paperback, €15.00)

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Angoulême, 2009

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Musée du Louvre, Paris, Le Petit dessein: Le Louvre s’ouvre au neuvième art [‘Modest Plans: The Louvre Opens up to the Ninth Art’]

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Charles Hatfield, Alternative Comics: An Emerging Literature (Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2005). 182 pp. ISBN 978-1578067190 (paperback, $22.00)

Jeff McLaughlin, Comics as Philosophy (Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2005). 246 pp. ISBN 1-57806-794-4 (paperback, £12.50)

Pierre Fresnault-Deruelle, Images à mi-mots [‘Images Halfway to Words’] (Brussels: Impressions nouvelles, 2008). 191 pp. ISBN 978-2-87449-048-4 (€20.00)

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Peter Eli Gordon

Julian Young, Heidegger, philosophy, Nazism (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1997)

Herman Philipse, Heidegger’s Philosophy of Being: A Critical Interpretation. (Princeton: Princeton UP, 1998)

Michael Friedman, A Parting of the Ways: Carnap, Cassirer, and Heidegger (Chicago: Open Court, 2000)

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Nicholas Robinette

drawn from around the world. Typically, the interviews, analyses and reviews were international in scope, but the comics were British. The early editorials articulate Gravett and Stanbury’s philosophy: You may be surprised to know that Story-Strips are

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Demystification and Disruption

Laurence Grove, Anne Magnussen, and Ann Miller

Enlightenment conception of modernity as progress and knowledge, a philosophy that justified the racial hierarchy implicit in the colonial enterprise. But while the Tintin series began at the height of Franco-Belgian colonial supremacy, Corto Maltese began

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Nick Nguyen, Philippe Kaenel, Michael Kelly, Charles Forsdick, Rikke Platz Cortsen, Sylvain Rheault, Hugo Frey, and Mark Nixon

sophistication of the corpus under scrutiny. The study highlights the ways in which the artist grounds his work in careful engagement with philosophy, Jewish heritage and art history (a recurrent and useful point of reference is Sfar’s 1993 master’s thesis, ‘Le

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Chris Gavaler

John Henry Pratt, ‘What Are Comics?’, in Aesthetics: A Reader in Philosophy of Arts , ed. David Goldblatt and Lee B. Brown (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2005), 423; M. Thomas Inge, quoted in Beaty, Comics versus Art , 27; Karin Kukkonen

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Dan Flory

Philosophy of Horror, Or Paradoxes of the Heart . New York and London : Routledge . Carroll , Noël . 2014 . “ Moral Change: Fiction, Film, and Family .” Pp. 43 – 56 in Cine-Ethics: Ethical Dimensions of Film Theory, Practice, and Spectatorship , ed

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Guillaume Lecomte

P. McAllister (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2007), 1–12 (7). 21 Christiansen, ‘Comics and Film’, 118. 22 Trevor Ponech, ‘What Is Non-fiction Cinema?’, in Film Theory and Philosophy , ed. Richard Allen and Murray Smith (Oxford: Oxford

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Dan Smith

and zealously promoted his idea of Harmonial Philosophy, a form of modern Spiritualism that actually preceded modern Spiritualism. Charting an account of the origins of the movement, the narrative of Plender’s book is set soon after both the Shakers

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Gazing at Medusa

Adaptation as Phallocentric Appropriation in Blue Is the Warmest Color

Marion Krauthaker and Roy Connolly

feminine stance: although she is ill, the once fragile Clémentine finds her own voice and articulates a very mature philosophy of life: she has attained a visible contentment, accepted her imminent death and urges Emma to continue her life peacefully. The