is an academic publication relating to the fictional "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and Philosophy: Fear and Trembling in Sunnydale Buffyverse established by TV series, and Buffy . Angel
Book description [ edit ]
Despite creator Joss Whedon's professed atheism,
Buffy often dealt with religious and philosophical symbolism. The book is made up of a collection of essays that link classical philosophy to the Buffy. The show's ability to explore the underlying evil in everyday life through supernatural metaphor makes possible to use such analysis.
Contents [ edit ]
"Faith and Plato: 'You're Nothing! Disgusting, Murderous Bitch'"
"Also Sprach Faith: The Problem of the Happy Rogue Vampire Slayer"
"'The I in Team': Buffy and Feminist Ethics"
Jessica Prater Miller
"BtVS as Feminist Noir"
"Feminism and the Ethics of Violence: Why Buffy Kicks Ass"
"Balderdash and Chicanery: Science and Beyond"
"Pluralism, Pragmatism, and Pals: The Slayer Subverts the Science Wars"
Madeline M. Muntersbjorn
"Between Heaven and Hells: Multidimensional Cosmology in Kant and Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
"Buffy Goes to College, Adam "Murder(s) to Dissect": Education and Knowledge in a Postmodern World"
""My God, it's like a Greek tragedy": Willow Rosenberg and Human Irrationality"
James B. South
"Should We Do What Buffy Would Do?"
"Passion and Action – In and Out of Control"
"Buffy in the Buff: A Slayer's Solution to Aristotle's Love Paradox"
Sharon Kaye and Melissa Milavec
"A Kantian Analysis of Moral Judgment in Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
Scott R. Stroud
"Brown Skirts: Fascism, Christianity, and the Eternal Demon"
"Prophecy Girl and the Powers That Be: The Philosophy of Religion in the Buffyverse"
Wendy Love Anderson
"Justifying the Means: Punishment in the Buffyverse"
"No Big Win: Themes of Sacrifice, Salvation, and Redemption"
Gregory J. Sakal
"Old Familiar Vampires: The Politics of the Buffyverse"
Jeffrey L. Pasley
"Morality on Television: The Case of Buffy the Vampire Slayer"
Richard Greene and Wayne Yuen
"High School is Hell: Metaphor made Literal"
"Feeling for Buffy – The Girl Next Door"
Michael Levine & Steven Jay Schneider