Film & Ethics considers a range of films and texts of film criticism alongside disparate philosophical discourses of ethics by Levinas, Derrida, Foucault, Lacanian psychoanalysts and postmodern theorists.
Introduction Section 1: Representation and Spectatorship Section 1 Introduction 1. 'Tracking Shots are a Question of Morality': Ethics, Aesthetics, Documentary 2. Testing Positive: Gender, Sexuality, Representation 3. The South looks back: Ethics, Race, Cultural Identity 4. Ethics, Spectatorship and the Spectacle of Suffering 5. Pornography and the Ethics of Censorship Section 2: Theory, Ethics, Film Section 2 Introduction 6. Blinding Visions: Levinas, Ethics, Faciality 7. Deconstructive Ethics: Derrida, Dryer, Responsibility 8. Foucault in Focus: Ethics, Surveillance, Soma 9. The Cinematic Ethics of Psychoanalysis: Futurity, Death Drive, Desire 10. What if we are Post-Ethical? Postmodernism's Ethics and Aesthetics