1. Introductory Note: Denis Dutton, Editor
  2. Garry L. Hagberg
  3. pp. iv-vi
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  1. Working with Denis: 1982–2002
  2. Patrick Henry
  3. pp. A1-A9
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  1. Constantforce: Remembering Denis Dutton (1944–2010)
  2. Wilfried Van Damme
  3. pp. A10-A14
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  1. The Dancer and His Dance
  2. Mary Bittner Wiseman
  3. pp. A15-A19
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  1. Denis’s Way
  2. Nancy Easterlin
  3. pp. A20-A21
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  1. Denis Dutton: Universal Connoisseur
  2. Joseph Carroll
  3. pp. A22-A25
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  1. Denis Dutton: Appreciation of the Man and Discussion of the Work
  2. Ellen Dissanayake
  3. pp. A26-A40
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  1. Denis Dutton on Cross-Cultural Aesthetics, Forgery, and Performance
  2. Deborah Knight
  3. pp. A41-A47
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  1. Denis Dutton’s The Art Instinct and the Recovery of Ainu Aesthetics
  2. Mara Miller
  3. pp. A48-A59
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  1. Ustane’s Evolution versus Ayesha’s Immortality in H. Rider Haggard’s She
  2. Mark Doyle
  3. pp. A60-A74
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  1. Why the Novel Happened: A Cognitive Explanation
  2. Tony Jackson
  3. pp. A75-A93
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  1. An Inquiry into Divers Principles of Art-making Minds and Machines, Being an Essay on Turing in the Chinese Room
  2. Peter Swirski
  3. pp. A94-A113
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  1. Toward the “Coppice Gate”: A Reading of Thomas Hardy’s “The Darkling Thrush”
  2. Jonathan Wike
  3. pp. A129-A143
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  1. What Would Dutton Say about the Paradox of Fiction?
  2. William Irwin, David Kyle Johnson
  3. pp. A144-A147
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  1. Plotting Devices: Literary Darwinism in the Laboratory
  2. John Hay
  3. pp. A148-A161
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  1. Marvelous Plasticity and the Fortunes of Species in The Water-Babies
  2. Anna Neill
  3. pp. A162-A177
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  1. Uniting the Sciences and Arts
  2. Anthony Lock
  3. pp. A178-A194
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  1. Social Psychology and the Comic-Book Superhero: A Darwinian Approach
  2. James Carney, Robin Dunbar, Anna Machin, Tamás Dávid-Barrett, Mauro Silva Júnior
  3. pp. A195-A215
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  1. Feminism Has No Quarrel with Evolutionary Science—Neither Does the Study of Literature: A Reply to Cameron and Gottschall
  2. Norbert Francis
  3. pp. A216-A229
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  1. Attending to the Gesture in Experimental Modernism; or, Reading with(out) Theory of Mind
  2. Hillel Broder
  3. pp. A230-A247
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  1. Kierkegaard, Rorty, and Evolution
  2. Kim Andersen
  3. pp. A248-A266
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  1. Life History into Story
  2. Brian Boyd
  3. pp. A267-A278
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  1. Imagine This …
  2. Bruce Sheridan
  3. pp. A279-A292
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  1. Denis Dutton: Interview with John Horgan
  2. pp. A293-A313
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  1. A Darwinian Theory of Beauty
  2. Denis Dutton
  3. pp. A314-A318
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  1. Denis Dutton: Interview with Stephen Colbert
  2. pp. A319-A322
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