Volume 40, Number 1, April 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

Lines to Time: A Poem by V. Penelope Pelizzon

pp. 1-33
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Sculpting Ideas: Can Philosophy Be an Art Form?

pp. 34-43
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The Crisis of Subjectivity: The Significance of Darstellung and Freedom in E. T. A. Hoffmann’s “The Sandman”

pp. 44-58
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Melville and Nietzsche: Living the Death of God

pp. 59-75
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The Function of Kant’s Miltonic Citations on a Page of the Opus postumum

pp. 76-97
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Joseph Conrad and the Epistemology of Space

pp. 98-123
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Symposium: F. R. Leavis: Critic, Teacher, Philosopher

Introduction

pp. 124-126
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Leavisian Thinking

pp. 127-136
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Rethinking Leavis

pp. 137-156
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Leavis, Tolstoy, Lawrence, and “Ultimate Questions”

pp. 157-170
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Creativity and Pedagogy in Leavis

pp. 171-188
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Leavis on Tragedy

pp. 189-205
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Leavis and Wittgenstein

pp. 206-225
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Absolute Pitch and Exquisite Rightness of Tone

pp. 226-239
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Wittgenstein and Leavis: Literature and the Enactment of the Ethical

pp. 240-264
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Notes and Fragments

Levinas and the Plot against Literature

pp. 265-272
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The Myth of Narcissus as a Surreptitious Allegory about Creativity

pp. 273-284
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The Idea of the “Good”

pp. 285-296
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Wittgenstein’s Remarks on William Shakespeare

pp. 297-308
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On The Philosophy of Poetry, ed. John Gibson

pp. 309-314
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La Guerra Dei Poveri: A Response to A. J. Nickerson

pp. 315-316
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Reviews

The Cognitive Value of Philosophical Fiction by Jukka Mikkonen (review)

pp. 317-319
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Deaths in Venice: The Cases of Gustav von Aschenbach by Philip Kitcher (review)

pp. 320-324
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