restricted access   Volume 29, Number 2, October 2005

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

Previous Issue Next Issue

Wittgenstein, Tolstoy, and Shakespeare

pp. 241-255

Why Poe? Why Not Peirce?

pp. 256-268

Oedipus the King: Temperament, Character, and Virtue

pp. 269-285

Aestheticism, Homoeroticism, and Christian Guilt in The Picture of Dorian Gray

pp. 286-304

Pleasure and Pain in Literature

pp. 305-320

Participation and Immersion in Walton and Calvino

pp. 321-336

Authenticity in Robert Musil's Man Without Qualities

pp. 337-348

Horizons of Grace: Marilynne Robinson and Simone Weil

pp. 349-364

Written on the Body, Written by the Senses

pp. 365-378

Love, Self-Deception, and the Moral "Must"

pp. 379-393

Surviving American Culture: On Chuck Palahniuk

pp. 394-408

Symposium: Wittgenstein, Solitude, and the Human Voice

Living Alone: Solipsism in Heart of Darkness

pp. 409-427

Wittgenstein's Preface

pp. 428-443

Let Us Be Human: Primo Levi and Ludwig Wittgenstein

pp. 444-459

Cavellian Conversation and the Life of Art

pp. 460-476

Notes and Fragments

Is History a Science?

pp. 477-488

Varieties and Valences of Unsayability

pp. 489-497


Philosophy as Fiction: Self, Deception, and Knowledge in Proust (review)

pp. 498-500

Scars of the Spirit: The Struggle Against Inauthenticity (review)

pp. 501-503

Things Merely Are: Philosophy in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens (review)

pp. 503-508

Attention Readers

Beginning with this volume, the annual indices will be available ON-LINE ONLY. The URL for Volumes 28 & 29 Index is