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Femme Fatales and a Hegelian Computer: Jean-Luc Goddard’s Must-See Film, “Alphaville”

Alphaville is at once innovative and thought provoking. Made in 1965, the film seems to inadvertently capture the French philosophical shift from Existentialism to Postmodernism. At the time of the making of this film, Sartre was “in” and Derrida was … Continue reading

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Aphorism and Nietzsche: What It Means to Blog and Be a Blogger

It occurs to me that a blog entry is a lot like an aphorism. What I mean is that blogs and aphorisms are like matches struck: they flare up, contribute light to a subject, then return to the darkness. A blog entry, like … Continue reading

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