By William Irwin
Housel, Wisnewski, and the remaining have performed a bang-up activity of linking philosophy and the wonder comedian booklet sequence X-Men. i discovered that pop culture and philosophy books are an effective way to get into philosophy, that is an differently dense (albeit ceaselessly fascinating) topic. I realized extra in regards to the X-Men than I had formerly proposal attainable. not just is that this publication a very good learn, yet you could research much. there is plenty of stuff from the comics in addition to the films, and anything is delivered to the desk for everyone.
I additionally relatively cherished the rendering of Dr. Wisnewski into an X-Man, which seemed in his bankruptcy of the ebook.
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X-Men and Philosophy: Astonishing Insight and Uncanny Argument in the Mutant X-Verse (The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture Series) by William Irwin