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Works Cited Austin, Thomas. “Indexicality and Inter/textuality: 24 City’s Aesthetics and the Politics of Memory.” Screen 55.2 (2014): 256-266. Barnaby, Andrew. “‘It Is the Cause … Let Me Not Name It’: (Mis)reading Memento through Othello .” Adaptation 8.1 (Mar. 2015): 89-110. Bate, David. “The Memory of Photography.” Photographies 3.2 (2010): 243-257. Baudrillard, Jean. Screened Out. London: Verso, 2014. Benjamin, Walter. Illuminations . New York, NY: Shocken, 2007. Bruno, Giuliana. “Ramble City: Postmodernism and Blade Runner .” October 41 (Summer

, Vittorio and Michele Guerra. 2012. Embodying Movies: Embodied Simulation and Film Studies. Cinema: Journal of Philosophy and the Moving Image no. 3: 183-210. Gallese, Vittorio, and Hannah Wojciehowski. 2011. How Stories Make Us Feel: Toward an Embodied Narratology. California Italian Studies vol. 2 no. 1:1-37. Ghislotti, Stefano. 2003. Backwards: Memory and Fabula Construction in Memento by Christopher Nolan. Film Anthology. Internet Review of Film and Cinema, http://dinamico2.unibg.it/fa/fa_mem01.html. Last accessed 30. 10. 2015. Ghislotti, Stefano. 2009. Narrative

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essays on various philosophi- cal issues as they have been illustrated by certain films (‗Why be moral?,‘ ‗Skepticism,‘ ‗Personal Identity,‘ ‗Practical wisdom and the good ground of Gettysburg‘) and three more essays on films that raise questions about various philosophical problems (Five Obstructions, Leth&VonTrier, 2003, Gattaca, Niccol, 1998 and Memento Nolan, Book Reviews 320 2000). These ten essays are preceded by another article on Film as Philosophy by Thomas Wartenberg, the only article in the companion that actually reflects on the possible ways of