Saturday, January 12, 2013
Around the web
Still busy trying to meet a looming deadline and prepare for a conference next week, so expect posting to be light for a few more days. In the meantime here some things worth checking out elsewhere.
Speaking of Catholic upbringings, director Alfred Hitchcock returned to the Catholic faith on his deathbed, reports philosopher Fr. Mark Henninger in The Wall Street Journal.
Speaking of Hitchcock and philosophy, Vertigo, a volume on the classic Hitchcock movie edited by Katalin Makkai for Routldge’s Philosophers on Film series, is due to be released this month. (Vertigo recently overtook Citizen Kane as the greatest film of all time in a poll taken of people who are polled about such things. As my longtime readers know, I tend to agree with them,)