Dr. Shai Biderman

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Publications

Edited Books

Devlin, William J. and S. Biderman. (2011). The Philosophy of David Lynch. Kentucky, The University Press of Kentucky, 242pp.

 

Book Chapters

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin (2012). A Single Soul in Two Bodies. What Philosophy Can Tell You about Your Lover. Ed. Sharon Kaye. Chicago & La Salle, Illinois, Open Court: 225-232.

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin. (2011) An Ethical Analysis of Traffic. The Philosophy of Steven Soderbergh. Eds. R. Barton Palmer and Steven M. Sanders. The University Press of Kentucky: 247-264.

Biderman, S. and A. Tabeka. (2011) The Monster Within: Alienation and Social Conformity in The Elephant Man. The Philosophy of David Lynch. Eds. William J. Devlin and Shai Biderman. Kentucky, The University Press of Kentucky: 207-223.

Biderman, S. (2010). Do Not Forsake Me, Oh, My Darling: Loneliness and Solitude in the Westerns. The Philosophy of the Western. Eds. Jennifer L. McMahon and B. Steve Csaki. Kentucky, The University Press of Kentucky: 13-29.

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin. (2009). Justice, Power, and Love: The Political Philosophy of Intolerable Cruelty. The Philosophy of The Coen Brothers. Ed. Mark Conard. Kentucky, The University Press of Kentucky: 109-124.

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin (2008). The Wrath of Nietzsche. Star Trek and Philosophy: The Wrath of Kant. Eds. Jason T. Eberl & Kevin Decker. Chicago & La Salle, Illinois, Open Court: 47-58.

Biderman, S. (2008). Recalling the Self: Personal Identity in Total Recall. The Philosophy of Science Fiction Film. Ed. Steven M. Sanders. Kentucky, The University Press of Kentucky: 39-54.

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin (2008). The Prisoner and Self-Imprisonment. The Philosophy of TV Noir. Eds. Steven M. Sanders and Aeon J. Skoble. Kentucky, The University Press of Kentucky: 229-246.

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin (2008). The Tao of John Locke. Lost and Philosophy, The Island Has Its Reasons. Ed. Sharon Kaye. Oxford, Blackwell: 205-215.

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin (2007). The Simpsons Already Did It! This Show Is A Freakin’ Rip-Off. Family Guy and Philosophy, A Cure for the Petarded. Ed. J. Jeremy Wisnewski. Oxford, Blackwell publishing: 149-59.

Biderman, S. and E. Jacobowitz (2007). Rope: Nietzsche and the Art of Murder. Hitchcock and Philosophy, Dial M for Metaphysics. Eds. David Baggett & William A.  Drumin. Chicago & La Salle, Illinois, Open Court: 33-45.

Biderman, S. (2007). Stan's Future Self and Evil Cartman, Personal Identity in South Park. South Park and Philosophy, You Know, I Learned Something Today. Ed. Robert Arp. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing: 202-10.

Biderman, S. (2005). The Roar and the Rampage: A Tale of Revenge in Kill Bill, Volumes 1 and 2. Movies and the Meaning of Life, Philosophers Take on Hollywood. Eds. Kimberly A. Blessing and Paul J. Tudico. Chicago & La Salle, Illinois, Open Court: 199-209.

Eisikovits, N. and S. Biderman (2005). Too Tired of the Future: Free Will and Determinism in Spielberg's Minority Report. Movies and the Meaning of Life, Philosophers Take on Hollywood. Eds. Kimberly A. Blessing and Paul J. Tudico. Chicago & La Salle, Illinois, Open Court: 242-55.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Biderman, S. (2014). "Into the Wild (West): Philosophy and Cinematic Mythmaking." Existenz: An International Journal in Philosophy, Religion, Politics and Arts 9(2): 53-62.

Biderman, S. (2014). “A Night at the Opera of Talmudic Reasoning: The “Jewishness” of Jewish Cinema.” Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image 4(Philosophy of Religion): 14-27.

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin (2012). “Sartre’s Existential Analysis of Moral Dilemmas through Gone Baby Gone.” Film and Philosophy 16: 70-81.

Biderman, S. and S. Biderman (2005). ‘The Hatred Wherewith He Hated Her Was Greater Than the Love Wherewith He Had Loved Her’: Philosophical Thoughts on Love and Hate. Trials of Love: Law, Society and Culture. Eds. Orna Ben Naftali and Hannah Naveh. Tel Aviv, Ramot Publishing House (Tel Aviv University): 415-32. [Hebrew]

Biderman, S. (2003). The Reasonable, the 'Other' and What Sets Them Apart: Law and Popular Culture in Seinfeld. Hamishpat: Law Review 8: 265-88. [Hebrew]

Proceedings and Entries

Biderman, Shai. (2009). The Big Leap: Heidegger, Nietzsche, Kafka. Time, Memory, and Cultural Change. Eds. S. Dempsey and D. Nichols. Vienna: IWM Junior Visiting Fellows’ Conferences, Vol. 25 (Published on the Web: http://www.iwm.at/index.php? option =com_content&task=view&id=756&Itemid=276)

Biderman, S. and W. Devlin. (2009). The Fifth Element (1997) (A guide entry). 101 Sci-Fi Movies You Must See Before You Die. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London & Hauppauge, NY. Quintessence: 352-355.

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