restricted access   Volume 11, Number 1, April 1987

Table of Contents

T. S. Eliot on Reading: Pleasure, Games, and Wisdom

pp. 1-20
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Centering the De-Centerers: Foucault and Las Meninas

pp. 21-36
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The Options of Contemporary Ethical Theory

pp. 37-56
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Lord Jim and the Consequences of Kantian Autonomy

pp. 57-74
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Heidegger, Derrida, and the Greek Limits of Philosophy

pp. 75-91
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Wittgenstein and Aesthetic Responses

pp. 92-103
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Platonic Elements in Kafka's "Investigations of a Dog"

pp. 104-116
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Feyerabend's Epistemology and Brecht's Theory of the Drama

pp. 117-123
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Belsey on Language and Realism

pp. 124-135
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Kinship and Separation in Cavell's Pursuits of Happiness

pp. 136-147
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Michel Foucault and the Subversion of the Intellect, and: Michel Foucault: The Freedom of Philosophy, and: Foucault, Marxism and History: Mode of Production versus Mode of Information (review)

pp. 148-162
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Nietzsche: Life as Literature (review)

pp. 163-170
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Memoires: for Paul de Man (review)

pp. 171-180
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The Metaphysics of Love (review)

pp. 181-182
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Roman Jakobson: Verbal Art, Verbal Sign, Verbal Time (review)

pp. 182-184
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Time and Narrative (review)

pp. 184-185
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The Dialectics of Representation (review)

pp. 185-187
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Detours of Desire: Readings in the French Baroque (review)

pp. 187-188
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The Knowledge of Ignorance: From Genesis to Jules Verne (review)

pp. 188-190
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Modernism: Challenges and Perspectives (review)

pp. 190-191
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Literature and the Discovery of Method in the English Renaissance (review)

pp. 191-193
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Contest of Faculties: Philosophy and Theory after Deconstruction (review)

pp. 193-195
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The American Newness: Culture and Politics in the Age of Emerson (review)

pp. 195-196
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The Poetry of Keats: Language and Experience (review)

pp. 197-198
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The Discourse of Modernism (review)

pp. 198-199
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Ludwig Wittgenstein (review)

pp. 199-201
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The Soft Machine: Cybernetic Fiction (review)

pp. 201-202
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Writing and Reading Differently (review)

pp. 202-204
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The Open Boundary of History and Fiction: A Critical Approach to the French Enlightenment (review)

pp. 204-205
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