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The Philosophy of TV Noir THE PHILOSOPHY OF POPULAR CULTURE The books published in the Philosophy of Popular Culture series will illuminate and explore philosophical themes and ideas that occur in popular culture. The goal of this series is to demonstrate how philosophical inquiry has been reinvigorated by increased scholarly interest in the intersection of popular culture and philosophy, as well as to explore through philosophical analysis beloved modes of entertainment, such as movies, TV shows, and music. Philosophical concepts will be made accessible to the general reader through examples in popular culture. This series seeks to publish both established and emerging scholars who will engage a major area of popular culture for philosophical interpretation and examine the philosophical underpinnings of its themes. Eschewing ephemeral trends of philosophical and cultural theory, authors will establish and elaborate on connections between traditional philosophical ideas from important thinkers and the everexpanding world of popular culture. Series Editor Mark T. Conard, Marymount Manhattan College, NY Books in the Series The Philosophy ofStanley Kubrick, edited by Jerold J. Abrams The Philosophy ofFilm Noir, edited by Mark T. Conard The Philosophy ofMartin Scorsese, edited by Mark T. Conard The Philosophy ofNeo-Noir, edited by Mark T. Conard The Philosophy o/The X-Files, edited by Dean A. Kowalski The Philosophy of Science Fiction Film, edited by Steven M. Sanders The Philosophy of TV Noir, edited by Steven M. Sanders and Aeon J. Skoble Basketball and Philosophy: Thinking Outside the Paint, edited by Jerry L. Walls and Gregory Bassham THE PHILOSOPHY OF TV NOIR Edited by Steven M. Sanders and Aeon J.Skoble I- UNTVI.RS1TY )'R):SS Ol; KENTUCKY Publication of this volume was made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. "An Introduction to the Philosophy of TV Noir" copyright © 2008 by Steven M. Sanders "Action and Integrity in The Fugitive" copyright © 2008 by Aeon J. Skoble "Noir et Blanc in Color: Existentialism and Miami Vice" copyright © 2008 by Steven M. Sanders Copyright © 2008 by The University Press of Kentucky Scholarly publisher for the Commonwealth, serving Bellarmine University, Berea College, Centre College of Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky University, The Filson Historical Society, Georgetown College, Kentucky Historical Society, Kentucky State University, Morehead State University, Murray State University, Northern Kentucky University, Transylvania University, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, and Western Kentucky University. All rights reserved. Editorial and Sales Offices: The University Press of Kentucky 663 South Limestone Street, Lexington, Kentucky 40508-4008 12 11 10 09 08 5 4 3 2 1 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data The philosophy of TV noir / edited by Steven M. Sanders and Aeon J. Skoble. p. cm. — (The philosophy of popular culture) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-0-8131-2449-0 (hardcover : alk. paper) 1. Detective and mystery television programs—United States—History and criticism. 2. Fantasy television programs—United States—History and criticism. 3. Film noir— United States—History and criticism. I. Sanders, Steven, 1945- II. Skoble, Aeon J. PN1992.8.D48P45 2008 791.45'61—dc22 2007029906£LI& Member of the Association of American University Presses ...


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