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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Johnson, David Kyle.
Title Statement
Black mirror and philosophy : dark reflections / edited by David K. Johnson.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Hoboken :   Wiley-Blackwell,   2020.  
Physical Medium
xxiv, 352 p. : ill.. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
The Blackwell philosophy and pop culture series
ISBN
9781119578260 (paperback) 9781119578277 (adobe pdf) 9781119578239 (epub)
요약
"territory. Unlike other television shows about technology and future dystopias, Black Mirror taps in to something eerily familiar to our everyday world, and has proved prescient on more than one occasion. The writing talent on the show demonstrates a proven pedigree of handling high-complexity subjects for popular audiences--Charlie Brooker, who is an award-winning newspaper columnist as well as a scriptwriter, has important things to say about how technology shapes the universe of human discourse and action, including how it institutes new, more effective, and ever-more-pleasing forms of social control. The show has a rich basis for philosophical exploration, with the following mainstream media articles revealing only the tip of the iceberg"--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Contents information

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Table of Contents

Contibutors xi


The Black Mirror Multiverse: An Editor''s Note xxiii


Introduction 1


Black Mirror: What Science Fiction Does Best 3
David Kyle Johnson, with Leander P. Marquez, and Sergio Uruena


Season 1 9


1 The National Anthem and Weighing Moral Obligations: Is It Ever OK to F*ck a Pig? 11
Brian J. Collins with Brandon Boesch


2 Fifteen Million Merits and Fighting Capitalism: How Can We Resist? 20
Chris Byron with Matthew Brake


3 The Entire History of You and Knowing Too Much: Should You Want the Grain? 29
Gregor Balke and Bart Engelen


Season 2 39


4 Be Right Back and Rejecting Tragedy: Would You Bring Back Your Deceased Loved One? 41
Bradley Richards


5 White Bear and Criminal Punishment: How Far is too Far? 50
Sid Simpson with Chris Lay


6 The Waldo Moment and Political Discourse: What''s Wrong with Disrespect in Politics? 59
Greg Littmann


The Christmas Special 69


7 White Christmas and Technological Restraining Orders: Are Digital Blocks Ethical? 71
Cansu Canca and Laura Haaber Ihle


Season 3 81


8 Nosedive and the Anxieties of Social Media: Is the Future Already Here? 83
Sergio Uruena and Nonna Melikyan


9 Playtest and the Power of Virtual Reality: Are Our Fears Real? 92
Claire Benn


10 Shut Up and Dance and Vigilante Justice: Should We Ever Take the Law into Our Own Hands? 101
Juliele Maria Sievers and Luiz Henrique da Silva Santos


11 San Junipero and the Digital Afterlife: Could Heaven be a Place on Earth? 109
James Cook


12 Men Against Fire and Political Manipulation: How Are We Tricked into Dehumanizing Others? 118
Bertha Alvarez Manninen


13 Hated in the Nation and #DeathTo: What are the Consequences of Trial by Twitter? 128
Aline Maya


Season 4 141


14 USS Callister and Non?Player Characters: How Should We Act in Video Games? 143
Russ Hamer with Steven Gubka


15 Arkangel and Parental Surveillance: What are a Parent''s Obligations? 151
Catherine Villanueva Gardner with Alexander Christian


16 Crocodile and the Ethics of Self Preservation: How Far is Too Far? 160
Darci Doll


17 Hang the DJ and Digital Dating: Should We Use Computers to Help Us Find Mates? 168
Skye C. Cleary and Massimo Pigliucci


18 Metalhead and Technophobia: How Dangerous Will Robots Be? 177
Scott Midson with Justin Donhauser


19 Black Museum and Righting Wrongs: Should We Seek Revenge? 187
Gregory L. Bock, Jeffrey L. Bock, and Kora Smith


Bandersnatch 197


20 Bandersnatch: A Choose?Your?Own Philosophical Adventure 199
Chris Lay and David Kyle Johnson


Season 5 239


21 Striking Vipers and Closed Doors: How Meaningful Are Sexual Fantasies? 241
Darren M. Slade


22 Smithereens and the Economy of Attention: Are We All Dopamine Addicts? 251
Pierluca D''Amato


23 Empathy, Emulation and Ashley Too: Can a Robot Be a Friend? 260
George A. Dunn


Black Mirror Reflections 271


24 Consciousness Technology in Black Mirror: Do Cookies Feel Pain? 273
David Gamez with David Kyle Johnson


25 Personal Identity in Black Mirror: Is Your Cookie You? 282
Molly Gardner and Robert Sloane


26 Death in Black Mirror: How Should We Deal with Our Mortality? 292
Edwardo Perez and Sergio Genovesi


27 Love in Black Mirror: Who Do We Really Love? 301
Robert Grant Price


28 Perception in Black Mirror: Who Controls What You See? 311
Brian Stiltner and Anna Vaughn


29 The Dangers of Technology in Black Mirror: A Dialogue between Uploaded Dead Philosophers 320
Ben Springett with Luiz Adriano Borges


Conclusion 333


30 Black Mirror in the Future: Will We Still be Watching? 335
Geoffrey A. Mitelman


Appendix: How to Use This Book in the Classroom 338


Index 340

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