Coverart for item
The Resource Mad men and philosophy : nothing is as it seems, edited by Rod Carveth and James B. South

Mad men and philosophy : nothing is as it seems, edited by Rod Carveth and James B. South

Label
Mad men and philosophy : nothing is as it seems
Title
Mad men and philosophy
Title remainder
nothing is as it seems
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rod Carveth and James B. South
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Looks at the philosophy behind some of the biggest names in pop culture, including movies, TV shows, hit novels and more
http://library.link/vocab/ext/novelist/bookUI
352103
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
791.45/72
Index
index present
LC call number
PN1992.77.M226
LC item number
M33 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1960-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Carveth, Rod
  • South, James B.
http://library.link/vocab/resourcePreferred
True
Series statement
The Blackwell philosophy and pop culture series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Philosophy in television
  • Philosophy
  • Popular culture
Target audience
adult
http://bibfra.me/vocab/lite/titleRemainder
nothing is as it seems
Label
Mad men and philosophy : nothing is as it seems, edited by Rod Carveth and James B. South
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
People may see things differently, but they don't really want to : Mad men and problems of knowledge and freedom. What fools we were: Mad men, hindsight, and justification / Landon W. Schurtz -- People want to be told what to do so badly that they'll listen to anyone : mimetic madness at Sterling Cooper / George A. Dunn -- Capitalism and freedom in the affluent society / Kevin Guilfoy -- There is no big lie, there is no system, the universe is indifferent : Mad men and the problem of meaning. Pete, Peggy, Don and the dialectic of remembering and forgetting / John Fritz -- The existential void of Roger Sterling / Raymond Angelo Belliotti -- Egoless egoists: the second-hand lives of Mad men / Robert White -- An existential look at Mad men: Don Draper, advertising, and the promise of happiness / Ada Jaarsma -- And you know what happiness is? Mad men and ethics. In on it: honesty, respect, and the ethics of advertising / Andreja Novakovic and Tyler Whitney -- Creating the need for the new: It's not the wheel, it's the carousel / George Teschner and Gabrielle Teschner -- You're looking in the wrong direction: Mad men and the ethics of advertising / Adam Barkman -- Is Don Draper a good man? / Andrew Terjesen -- Don Draper, on how to make oneself (whole again) / John Elia -- No one else is saying the right thing about this: Mad men and social philosophy. And nobody understands that, but you do: the Aristotelian ideal of friendship among the Mad men (and women) / Abigail E. Myers -- Mad women: Aristotle, second wave feminism, and the women in Mad men / Ashley Jihee Barkman -- We've got bigger problems to worry about than TV, O.K.? Mad men and race / Rod Carveth -- New York City is a marvelous machine: Mad men and the power of social convention / James B. South
Control code
2010005158
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 262 p.
Isbn
9780470603017
Lccn
2010005158
Label
Mad men and philosophy : nothing is as it seems, edited by Rod Carveth and James B. South
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
People may see things differently, but they don't really want to : Mad men and problems of knowledge and freedom. What fools we were: Mad men, hindsight, and justification / Landon W. Schurtz -- People want to be told what to do so badly that they'll listen to anyone : mimetic madness at Sterling Cooper / George A. Dunn -- Capitalism and freedom in the affluent society / Kevin Guilfoy -- There is no big lie, there is no system, the universe is indifferent : Mad men and the problem of meaning. Pete, Peggy, Don and the dialectic of remembering and forgetting / John Fritz -- The existential void of Roger Sterling / Raymond Angelo Belliotti -- Egoless egoists: the second-hand lives of Mad men / Robert White -- An existential look at Mad men: Don Draper, advertising, and the promise of happiness / Ada Jaarsma -- And you know what happiness is? Mad men and ethics. In on it: honesty, respect, and the ethics of advertising / Andreja Novakovic and Tyler Whitney -- Creating the need for the new: It's not the wheel, it's the carousel / George Teschner and Gabrielle Teschner -- You're looking in the wrong direction: Mad men and the ethics of advertising / Adam Barkman -- Is Don Draper a good man? / Andrew Terjesen -- Don Draper, on how to make oneself (whole again) / John Elia -- No one else is saying the right thing about this: Mad men and social philosophy. And nobody understands that, but you do: the Aristotelian ideal of friendship among the Mad men (and women) / Abigail E. Myers -- Mad women: Aristotle, second wave feminism, and the women in Mad men / Ashley Jihee Barkman -- We've got bigger problems to worry about than TV, O.K.? Mad men and race / Rod Carveth -- New York City is a marvelous machine: Mad men and the power of social convention / James B. South
Control code
2010005158
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 262 p.
Isbn
9780470603017
Lccn
2010005158

Library Locations

    • Central LibraryBorrow it
      710 W. Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX, 78701, US
      30.271302100000 -97.746016800000
    • Ruiz BranchBorrow it
      1600 Grove Blvd., Austin, TX, 78741, US
      30.2298616 -97.7070109
Processing Feedback ...