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Martin-Jones, David (2016)
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Languages: English
Types: Article
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This Special Section arose out of the 2014 Film-Philosophy conference,\ud held at the University of Glasgow, which took as its theme: A World of\ud Cinemas. The aim of both the conference theme and this resulting Special\ud Section is to broaden the debate in film-philosophy, both in terms of a\ud world of cinemas and a world of philosophies. This introduction considers\ud the reasons why such an intervention is worthwhile.
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