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Serial Killers Serial Killers Philosophy For Everyone Investigates Our Profound Intrigue With Mass Murderers Exploring Existential, Ethical And Political Questions Through An Examination Of Real And Fictional Serial Killers, Philosophy Comes Alive Via An Exploration Of Grisly Death Presents New Philosophical Theories About Serial Killing, And Relates New Research In Cognitive Science To The Minds Of Serial Killers Includes A Philosophical Look At Real Serial Killers Such As Ian Brady, Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey Dahmer And The Zodiac Killer, As Well As Fictional Serial Killers Such As Dexter And Hannibal Lecter Offers A New Phenomenological Examination Of The Writings Of The Zodiac Killer Contains An Account Of The Disappearance Of One Of Ted Bundy S Victims Submitted By The Organization Families And Friends Of Missing Persons And Violent Crime Victims Integrates The Insights Of Philosophers, Academics, Crime Writers And Police Officers


10 thoughts on “Serial Killers

  1. says:

    I read about half of the essays in this book and skimmed the rest Some essays were written well but most offered no new insight and many were written about the same serial killers and the same philosophies It was overall bland and I was not motivated to finish this book.


  2. says:

    i have read quite a lot on this subject, and this book did not really tell me anything new It is a collection of essays, mostly by professors The majority of these essays left me feeling undernourished They felt ...


  3. says:

    Definitely a unique take The editor of this work has gathered and organized a sizeable number of essays, primarily written by philosophy professors and PhD students that focus on serial killers both as a group and some individuals, both in real life and through the lens of Hollywood through writings of different philosophers The reader is treated to the observations of Socrates Plato Heidegger Sartre Sade Nietzsche Rambam Nozick Kant and many , as philosophies through which to analyze se Definitely a unique take The editor of this work has gathered and organized a sizeable number of essays, primarily written by philosophy professors and PhD students that focus on serial killers both as a group and some individuals, both in real life and through the lens of Hollywood through writings of different philosophers The reader is treated to the observations of Socrates Plato Heidegger Sartre Sade Nietz...


  4. says:

    A collection of essays that explain philosophical concepts using serial killers as a launching pad.Generally not great, with a few pretty good ones and a couple of bad ones too Something like half the authors seem to have chosen to write about Dexter to prove how hip they are to pop culture most of the ones that write about real killers stick to the super famous.My favorite essay was Chapter 9, Killing with Kindness, by Elizabeth and Harold Schechter Nice and crunchy I m going to look for A collection of essays that explain philosophical concepts using serial killers as a launching pad.Generally not great, with a few pretty good ones...


  5. says:

    VERY interesting hehe


  6. says:

    A series of essays that provide little insight, pop culture understanding and often repeat the same points Yes we get it, you ve watched Dexter and Silence of the Lambs an can write an essay.


  7. says:

    Interesting book, but like all books of collected essays, you can t like them all There are a few choice ones like my friend Andrew Winter s article about the Son of Sam.


  8. says:

    cool


  9. says:

    Just so, so bad.


  10. says:

    A good compilation of artices on the psychology of serial killers Some of the subjects are repeated though.


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