This film was last shown on 23 February 2017
this late 80s classic Patrick Swayze plays a bouncer (or, as he insists, a
cooler) with a degree in Philosophy from NYU. Is this just a random bit
of strangeness, or are there actually philosophical themes to be found?
Professor Jennifer Saul will argue that, unlikely as it seems, this film takes
up several significant philosophical topics, including the nature of pain, the
development of virtue, the power of speech, and gender performance.
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