The Daily show and philosophy; moments of zen in the art of fake news.9781405163149
The Daily show and philosophy; moments of zen in the art of fake news.
Ed. by Jason Holt holt
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Holt (philosophy and pop culture, Acadia U.) and fellow contributors stay true to the comic tone of television's prolific fake news series The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Not to be confused with John Stewart or John Stuart.
Jon Stewart (born Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz on November 28,1962) is an American comedian, satirist, actor, writer, and producer. while discussing the show in a philosophical context. Nineteen chapters address how fake news can convey truth (as well as its potential harms), how Jon Stewart's taking on of powerful figures pays homage homage: see feudalism. to Socrates and other public intellectuals, The Daily Show's dismantling dis·man·tle
tr.v. dis·man·tled, dis·man·tling, dis·man·tles
a. To take apart; disassemble; tear down.
b. of political rhetoric, its treatment of religion, and philosophical themes in spin-offs The Colbert Report and America (The Book).
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