Films, documentaries, TV series:
- Blue velvet (1986) David Lynch.
- Siao Yu (1995) Sylvia Chang.
- Game of thrones, season 2 (2012)
- Game of thrones, season 3 (2013)
- Game of thrones, season 4 (2014)
- Game of thrones, season 5 (2015) [Yes, it looks like someone binge-watched Game of thrones this month...]
- (Dis)Honesty (2015) Yael Melamede.
- Fleabag, season 1 (2016)
- Blade runner 2049 (2017) Denis Villeneuve. [Mixed feelings about this film. It is not that bad per se, although there were various parts that left me very perplexed, but it's bad – in various senses of the word – if taken to be about the same fictional world as the previous Blade runner. We really didn't need to know what happened to Deckard, the 1982-film was perfect as it was.]
Philosophy of Mind/Personal Identity/Epistemology/Memory
- Norman Malcolm (1954/1963) Wittgenstein's philosophical investigations. In his Knowledge and certainty.
- Norman Malcolm (1963) Memory and the past. In his Knowledge and certainty.
- Norman Malcolm (1963) Three forms of memory. In his Knowledge and certainty.
- Norman Malcolm (1963) A definition of factual memory. In his Knowledge and certainty.
- C. B. Martin and Max Deutscher (1966) Remembering. Philosophical Review.
- R. Chisholm (1969) The loose and popular and strict and philosophical sense of identity.
- W. Lycan (1971) Noninductive evidence: recent work on Wittgenstein's criteria. American philosophical quarterly.
- John Sutton (2006) Memory. In D. Borchet (ed.) Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
- John Sutton and Carl Windhorst (2009) Extended and constructive memory. Crossroads.
- Peter Langland-Hassan (2015) Imaginative attitudes. Philosophy and phenomenological research.
History of Philosophy/Ethics
- Pauline Kleingeld (2017) Contradiction and Kant’s Formula of Universal Law. Kant-Studien.
- László Krasznahorkai (1989) The melancholy of resistance.