- Title Pages
- Yale Series in the Philosophy and Theory of Art
- Chapter 1 Forget the Medium!
- Chapter 2 Film, Attention, and Communication: A Naturalistic Account
- Chapter 3 Film, Emotion, and Genre
- Chapter 4 Ethnicity, Race, and Monstrosity: The Rhetorics of Horror and Humor
- Chapter 5 Is the Medium a (Moral) Message?
- Chapter 6 Film Form: An Argument for a Functional Theory of Style in the Individual Film
- Chapter 7 Introducing Film Evaluation
- Chapter 8 Nonfiction Film and Postmodernist Skepticism
- Chapter 9 Fiction, Nonfiction, and the Film of Presumptive Assertion: Conceptual Analyses
- Chapter 10 Photographic Traces and Documentary Films: Comments for Gregory Currie
- Chapter 11 Toward a Definition of Moving-Picture Dance
- Chapter 12 The Essence of Cinema?
- Chapter 13 TV and Film: A Philosophical Perspective
- Chapter 14 Kracauer's Theory of Film
- Chapter 15 Cinematic Nation Building: Eisenstein's The Old and the New
- Chapter 16 The Professional Western: South of the Border
- Chapter 17 Moving and Moving: From Minimalism to Lives of Performers
- Chapter 18 Prospects for Film Theory: A Personal Assessment
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