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  Volume 30, Number 1, April 2006

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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Mind, Theaters, and the Anatomy of Consciousness

pp. 1-16

Hegel and Herder on Art, History, and Reason

pp. 17-32

The Human Revolution and the Adaptive Function of Literature

pp. 33-49

The Literary Modernist Assault on Philosophy

pp. 50-60

Henry James--Aristotle's Ally, An Exclusive Pact?

pp. 61-78

Thus Spake Howard Roark: Nietzschean Ideas in The Fountainhead

pp. 79-101

Gossip and Literary Narrative

pp. 102-117

The Truth about Narrative, Or: How Does Narrative Matter?

pp. 118-139

Memory and Justice: Narrative Sources of Community in Camus's The First Man

pp. 140-157

Symposium: Moral Fiction

Understand All, Forgive Nothing: The Self-Indictment of Humbert Humbert

pp. 158-173

Sophie's Choice : Letting Chance Decide

pp. 174-189

Martha Nussbaum and the Moral Life of Middlemarch

pp. 190-207

Reading Paradise Regained Ethically

pp. 208-222

Notes and Fragments

Postmodernism? A Self-Interview

pp. 223-228

The Aspiration to the Condition of Touch

pp. 229-237

Peter Singer's Challenge

pp. 238-247

The Alleged Pragmatism of T. S. Eliot

pp. 248-264

Borges Forgets Nietzsche

pp. 265-276

Victorian Doors

pp. 277-288

Critical Discussions

Theory Is Dead--Like a Zombie

pp. 289-298

Conscious Fiction

pp. 299-309

Research Areas


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