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The Philosophy of the Western (Philosophy Of Popular Culture)

The western is arguably the main iconic and influential style in American cinema. The solitude of the lone rider, the loyalty of [...]

The Rise of the American Comics Artist: Creators and Contexts

Starting within the mid-1980s, a skilled set of comics artists replaced the yankee comic-book endlessly via introducing grownup [...]

The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets

By Simon Singh The brainy publication via the bestselling writer of Fermat's Enigma―a needs to for somebody drawn to [...]

The Journal of Popular Culture (March/April 2011)

Table of Contents: Editorial Gary Hoppenstand Articles “Black, White and Blue: Racial Politics in B.B. King's song [...]

The Hummer and the Mini: Navigating the Contradictions of the New Trend Landscape

By Robyn Waters From the previous trendmaster of Target—how the ability of contradictory developments might help reframe [...]

The Mechanical Bride: Folklore of Industrial Man

By Marshall McLuhan This is often the devastating booklet which first proven Marshall McLuhan's acceptance because the [...]

X-Men and Philosophy: Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse

By William Irwin, Rebecca Housel X-Men is likely one of the most well-liked comedian publication franchises ever, with [...]

Comics as Philosophy

An artistic anthology that makes use of comics to discover the tenets of philosophy Show description [...]

Chuck Klosterman and Philosophy: The Real and the Cereal (Popular Culture and Philosophy)

By Seth Vannatta Since he burst at the international along with his heavy-metal memoir Fargo Rock City in 2001, Chuck [...]

Dr. Seuss and Philosophy: Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!

Since Theodor Geisel released his first kid's booklet in 1937 lower than the pseudonym Dr. Seuss, young children and adults alike [...]