Zombies, Vampires, and Philosophy: New Life for the Undead (Popular Culture and Philosophy)

Zombies, Vampires, and Philosophy: New Life for the Undead (Popular Culture and Philosophy)

Richard Greene, K. Silem Mohammad


Since 1968's Night of the dwelling Dead, zombie tradition has progressively limped and clawed its method into the guts of pop culture. at the present time, zombies and vampires have taken over television exhibits, comedian books, cartoons, games, and flicks. Zombies, Vampires, and Philosophy drags the theories of recognized philosophers like Socrates and Descartes into the territory of the undead, exploring questions like: Why do vampires and vegetarians percentage an analogous worldview? Why is knowing zombies the most important to wellbeing and fitness care reform? And what does "healthy in brain and physique" suggest for vampires and zombies? solutions to those questions and extra watch for readers courageous sufficient to make this enjoyable, philosophical foray into the undead.

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