About the Author
Andrew Light is Co-Director of the Applied Philosophy Group in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences in the Professions at New York University, and Co-Editor of the journal Philosophy and Geography. He has edited or co-edited thirteen anthologies, including Moral and Political Reasoning in Environmental Practice, Technology and the Good Life?, and The Aesthetics of Everyday Life.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Film as Social Philosophy Film, Technology, and Built Space Enemies of the State? Electronic Surveillance and the Neutrality of Technology Wim Wenders's Everyday Aesthetics Boyz in the Woods: Los Angeles as Urban Wilderness Film, Group Interests, and Political Identity John Sayles on Class Interest Spike Lee, Chico Mendes, and the Representation of Political Identity