Hitchcock and Philosophy: Dial M for Metaphysics

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Popular Culture and Philosophy®


Hitchcock and
Philosophy
Dial M for Metaphysics

Edited by

DAVID BAGGETT

and

WILLIAM A. DRUMIN

OPEN COURT
Chicago and La Salle, Illinois

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Popular Culture and Philosophy® ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Previews and Opening Credits xi
  • I - The Mystery of Everyday Life 1
  • 1: Sabotage 3
  • 2: Shadow of a Doubt 17
  • 3: Rope 33
  • II - Horrors Without End 47
  • 4: Psycho 49
  • 5: The Birds 63
  • 6: Featherless Bipeds 75
  • 7: Hitchcock's Existentialism 89
  • III - The Reeling Mind 99
  • 8: Vertigo and the Pathologies of Romantic Love 101
  • 9: Vertigo 115
  • 10: On Being Mr. Kaplan 129
  • 11: Ethics or Film Theory? the Real Mcguffin in North by Northwest 141
  • IV - Hitchcock's Ethical Dilemmas 157
  • 12: Democracy Adrift in Lifeboat 159
  • 13: Why Be Moral? Amorality and Psychopathy in Strangers on a Train 175
  • 14: Rear Window 187
  • Rear Window: Looking at Things Ethically 203
  • V - What's It All About, Alfred? 213
  • 16: Plot Twists and Surprises 215
  • 17: The Hitchcock Cameo 229
  • 18: Knowing When to Be Afraid 239
  • 19: Shadow of a Doubt and Marnie 253
  • Cast and Crew 261
  • Index 267
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