restricted access   Volume 30, Number 2, October 2006

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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Eichmann, Empathy, and Lolita

pp. 311-328
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Matter and Spirit in the Age of Animal Magnetism

pp. 329-345
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The Puzzle of Fanny Price

pp. 346-360
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Live or Tell

pp. 361-377
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Practical Wisdom and Moral Imagination in Sense and Sensibility

pp. 378-394
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Destruction and Transcendence in W. G. Sebald

pp. 395-409
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Reading Our Way to Democracy? Literature and Public Ethics

pp. 410-423
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The Implicit Soul of Charlie Kaufman's Adaptation

pp. 424-435
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The Ancient Quarrel Revisited: Literary Theory and the Return to Ethics

pp. 436-449
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Romantic Love: A Literary Universal?

pp. 450-470
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Stanley Cavell and Criticizing the University from Within

pp. 471-483
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The Causes of War and Peace

pp. 484-495
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Symposium: Shakespeare

Wonder, Imagination, and the Matter of Theatre in The Tempest

pp. 496-511
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Coward Conscience and Bad Conscience in Shakespeare and Nietzsche

pp. 512-527
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"A Woman's Thought Runs Before Her Actions": Vows as Speech Acts in As You Like It

pp. 528-539
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Motion and Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet

pp. 540-554
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Notes and Fragments

The Tragic as an Ethical Category

pp. 555-561
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Is Oedipus Smart?

pp. 562-566
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The Germ of a Sense

pp. 567-579
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Critical Discussions

Science Wars and Beyond

pp. 580-589
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Fiction and Theory of Mind

pp. 590-600
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