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  Volume 22, Number 1, April 1998

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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Special Issue: Jane Austen's Darwinian Gambit

Jane, Meet Charles: Literature, Evolution, and Human Nature

pp. 1-30
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Kant and the Politics of Beauty

pp. 31-50
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Just Joking: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Humor

pp. 51-68
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Bad Critical Writing

pp. 69-82
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Montaigne: Philosophy, Philology, Literature

pp. 83-107
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Art Against Equality

pp. 108-118
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Ravens and Writing-Desks: Sokal and the Two Cultures

pp. 119-135
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Symposium

Is Morality a Non-aim of Education?

pp. 136-137
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The Aims of Education

pp. 137-155
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Upon What Authority Might We Teach Morality?

pp. 155-160
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What Are We Teaching About Morality by Not Teaching Morality?

pp. 160-165
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When Does Amorality Become Immorality ?

pp. 166-170
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The Benefits of an Amoral Education: "Intellectual Capital. .. New Ways of Doing Business. .. Getting Up in the Morning"

pp. 170-174
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Introducing Professor Mearsheimer to His Own University

pp. 174-178
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Morality, Individual Responsibility, and the Law

pp. 178-185
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Militarism, Teaching and Morality

pp. 186-192
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Mearsheimer's Response: "Teaching Morality at the Margins"

pp. 193-198
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Notes and Fragments

Donald Davidson, Pragmatism, and Literary Theory

pp. 200-211
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Does It Matter When? On Time Indifference

pp. 212-218
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Changing Times in Utopia

pp. 219-230
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Critical Discussion

The Humanities' Plight

pp. 231-241
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Book Reviews

Literature Lost: Social Agendas and the Corruption of the Humanities (review)

pp. 242-246
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The Work of Poetry (review)

pp. 246-248
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Philosophy and the Return to Self-Knowledge (review)

pp. 249-252
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Sick Heroes. French Society and Literature in the Romantic Age, 1750-1850 (review)

pp. 253-255
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"Since at least Plato. .. " and Other Postmodernist Myths (review)

pp. 255-258
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Montaigne and the Quality of Mercy: Ethical and Political Themes in the Essais (review)

pp. 258-260
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Bookmarks

Which Came First, The Story or Its Grammar?

pp. 261-269
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Research Areas

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