Office and Philosophy Scenes from the Unexamined Life

ISBN-10: 1405175559
ISBN-13: 9781405175555
Edition: 2008
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/17/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 324
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Through humorous and revealing essays by professional philosophers, The Office and Philosophy illustrates broad philosophical concepts by exploring the characters and scenes of their unexamined lives in both the British and American versions of the acclaimed television series, The Office.

Introductory Memo: A Note to Our Suppliers in the US and the UK: Support Philosophy, It Uses Lots of Paper!
A Note to Bitter Brits and Confused Americans ...
The Dundies: Some Awards for Making this Book Possible
Paper Thin Morality
Screws and Nails: Paper Tigers and Moral Monsters in The Office (US)
Flirting in The Office: What Can Jim and Pam's Romantic Antics Teach Us About Moral Philosophy? (US)
Can Michael Ever Learn? Empathy and the Self-Other Gap (US)
Leaving the Dice Alone: Pointlessness and Helplessness at Wernham-Hogg (UK)
The Virtues of Humor: What The Office Can Teach Us About Aristotle's Ethics (UK)
Know Thyself!
Pam and Jim on the Make: The Epistemology of Self-Deception (US)
What Dwight Doesn't Know Can't Hurt Him-Or Can It? Deception and Self-Deception in The Office (US)
Authenticity or Happiness? Michael Scott and the Ethics of Self-Deception (US)
Humiliation in The Office (and at Home) (US)
Funny and Not-So-Funny Business
Laughter Between Distraction and Awakening: Marxist Themes in The Office (US)
Being-in-The Office: Sartre, the Look, and the Viewer (US)
A Boy Who Swims Faster than a Shark: Jean Baudrillard Visits The Office (UK)
Mind Your Business!
Stakeholders vs. Stockholders in The Office (US)
Attacking with the North: Affirmative Action and The Office (US)
Darkies, Dwarves, and Benders: Political (In)Correctness in The Office (UK)
The Hostile Office: Michael as a Sexual Harasser (US)
The Obscene Watermark: Corporate Responsibility at Dunder-Mifflin (US)
Philosophy at the Water Cooler ...
For L'Amour: Love and Friendship in The Office (US)
Look at the Ears! The Problem of Natural Kinds (UK)
Gareth Keenan Investigates Paraconsistent Logic: The Case of the Missing Tim and the Redundancy Paradox (UK)
Being Your Self in The Office (US)
Michael Scott is Going to Die (US)
From Our Office to Yours: The University of Scranton and The Office
Question: What Do You Need to Know About Dwight K. Schrute?
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