In honor of today's topic in CoPhi, Stanley Cavell and philosophy in the movies...
You are so self-righteous. I mean, we're just people. We're just human beings. You think you're God!
-I gotta model myself after someone.
You just can't live the way you do. It's all so perfect.
-Jesus, what are future generations gonna say about us? My God! You know, someday we're gonna be like him. And he was probably one of the beautiful people, dancing and playing tennis. And now look. This is what happens to us. You know, it's important to have some kind of personal integrity. I'll be hanging in a classroom one day and I wanna make sure when I thin out that I'm... well thought of. Manhattan (1979)
My new officemate, reminding me to memento mori, carpe diem, & have some integrity before I thin out. pic.twitter.com/pToJk5wf6i