Volume 41, Number 1, April 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

The First Trial of Socrates

pp. 1-15
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The Lurking Class: From Parasocial Postal Clerks to Hypersocial Vloggers

pp. 16-30
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Art World: Grudger, Sucker, Cheat

pp. 31-44
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Engaging the World: Writing, Imagination, and Enactivism

pp. 45-54
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Sartre and Koestler: Bisociation, Nothingness, and the Creative Experience in Roth's The Anatomy Lesson

pp. 55-69
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Levels of Literary Meaning

pp. 70-90
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Symposium: Literature and Moral Vision

Hume, Halos, and Rough Heroes: Moral and Aesthetic Defects in Works of Fiction

pp. 91-102
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The Morals of Stories: Narrating Judgment in Carver, Borges, and Englander

pp. 103-118
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What George Eliot of Middlemarch Could Have Taught Spinoza

pp. 119-135
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Fearless?: Peter Weir, The Sage, and the Fragility of Goodness

pp. 136-157
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Hushed Resolve, Reticence, and Rape In J. M. Coetzee's Disgrace

pp. 158-168
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In Focus: Cases of Irony

Irony and Cognitive Empathy in Chrétien de Troyes's Gettier Problem

pp. 169-184
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Motherhood in Ferrante's The Lost Daughter: A Case Study of Irony as Extraordinary Reflection

pp. 185-200
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Uses of Hamartia, Flaw, and Irony in Oedipus Tyrannus and King Lear

pp. 201-206
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Notes and Fragments

Knowledge of People

pp. 207-214
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Creative Directions

The Long Revenge of Zobel Blake

pp. 215-229
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Love as Communication: A Short, Redacted Argument from the Phaedrus

pp. 230-231
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