Check out the latest from the Agora, “What Hitchcock’s Vertigo teaches us about love” by Noël Carroll, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center!

The film’s twin love stories contrast two ways of understanding what tethers us to someone: personal qualities and shared history – Noël Carroll. (LANDMARK MEDIA / Alamy)

See this new article by Noël Carroll in @aj_wendland‘s Agora series @NewStatesmanNoël Carroll is also the and author of Philosophy and the Moving Image and Arthur Danto’s Philosophy of Art.

@aj_wendland launched and runs the philosophy column in The New Statesman called Agora, which is a space for academics to address contemporary social, political and cultural issues from a philosophical point of view.