Volume 27, Number 1, April 2003

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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Crime, Compassion, and The Reader

pp. 1-20
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Capability and Language in the Novels of Tarjei Vesaas

pp. 21-39
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Montaigne, Skepticism and Immortality

pp. 40-61
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Literature Itself: The New Criticism and Aesthetic Experience

pp. 62-79
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Literary Truth as Dreamlike Expression in Foucault's and Borges's "Chinese Encyclopedia"

pp. 80-97
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Tristram Shandy, David Hume, and Epistemological Fiction

pp. 98-115
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Writing and the Disembodiment of Language

pp. 116-133
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Deception and Transparency: The Case of Writing

pp. 134-150
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Symposium: Wittgenstein and Literary Aesthetics

Defining "Poetry"

pp. 151-163
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Autonomy and Privacy in Wittgenstein and Beckett

pp. 164-187
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Wittgenstein and Poetic Language

pp. 188-195
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On Philosophy as Therapy: Wittgenstein, Cavell, and Autobiographical Writing

pp. 196-210
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Notes and Fragments

Criticism and the Terror of Nothingness

pp. 211-222
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Moral Vice, Cognitive Virtue

pp. 223-230
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Critical Discussion

Rescuing the Rescuers: Philip Hallie's Ethical Sublime

pp. 231-240
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Bookmarks

Darwin and Political Theory

pp. 241-254
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