restricted access   Volume 31, Number 1, April 2007

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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This Fictitious Life: Virginia Woolf on Biography, Reality, and Character

pp. 1-40

The Strange Death of British Idealism

pp. 41-51

Proust and the Phenomenology of Memory

pp. 52-66

Philosophical Allegories in Rousseau

pp. 67-78

Language-Games and Nonsense: Wittgenstein's Reflection in Carroll's Looking-Glass

pp. 79-94

Fear and Loathing in Academe: Gonzo "Scholarship" and the War Against Tourism

pp. 95-110

Literature, Knowledge, and Value

pp. 111-124

Notes and Fragments

Against the Moral Appraisal of Interrogative Artworks: Wayne Booth and the Case of Huck Finn

pp. 125-132

Virtue Ethics

pp. 133-141

Why Artists Starve

pp. 142-148

A Fallacy in the Intentional Fallacy

pp. 149-152

Why Not Kill a Mandarin?: An Exchage

pp. 153-158

Iddo Landau responds

pp. 158-161

Critical Discussions

free access   Toward a Consilient Study of Literature

pp. 162-178

free access   The Resistance to Theory and the Resistance to Evidence

pp. 179-188

Fiction and Theory of Mind: An Exchange

pp. 189-196

Brian Boyd responds:

pp. 196-199


Women Philosophers of the Seventeenth Century, and: Anne Conway: A Woman Philosopher (review)

pp. 200-204

Crises of Memory and the Second World War (review)

pp. 204-209

Rhetorical Investigations: Studies in Ordinary Language Criticism, and: Ordinary Language Criticism: Literary Thinking after Cavell after Wittgenstein (review)

pp. 209-213