Covering everything from Aristotle to ziti, this title explores such topicss: is Tony Soprano a good man?; is Carmella a feminist?; morally speakingho is the worst person on "The Sopranos"; is watching "The Sopranos" harmfulo your mental or moral health? and should Tony have read Machiavelli insteadf Sun Tzu?;The chapters cover topics from each of the traditional branchesf western philosophy: metaphysics (the problem of evil, philosophicalsychology), epistemology (self-knowledge), value theory (ethics, aesthetics,olitical philosophy), as well as eastern philosophy (Sun Tzu), history ofhilosophy (Plato, Nietsche, Machiavelli), and contemporary postmodern themesfeminism and identity issues).;"The Sopranos" is rich in philosophicalontent and complex human interactions and accurately summarizes the humanondition, so it is natural for philosophical treatment. No priorhilosophical qualifications or mob connections are required to follow allhe arguments, which are presented with the same vibrancy, humour and vervehat has made "The Sopranos" itself a hit.Greene, Richard is the author of 'Sopranos and Philosophy I Kill Therefore I Am', published 2004 under ISBN 9780812695588 and ISBN 0812695585.