restricted access   Volume 28, Number 1, April 2004

Table of Contents

From: Philosophy and Literature

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Laughter and Literature: A Play Theory of Humor

pp. 1-22
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Beauty, Evil, and The English Patient

pp. 23-40
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Pathologies of Pride in Camus's The Fall

pp. 41-59
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Strategies for Overcoming: Nietzsche and the Will to Metaphor

pp. 60-73
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Morality and Method in Pascal's Pensees

pp. 74-88
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William James's Lost Souls in Ursula Le Guin's Utopia

pp. 89-102
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Verbal Medium and Narrative Art in Homer and the Bible

pp. 103-117
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Comedy's Intention

pp. 118-136
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Notes and Fragments

Modernity, Disenchantment, and the Ironic Imagination

pp. 137-149
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Leon Wieseltier's Kaddish : Mourning as a "Delirium of Study"

pp. 150-156
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Mann Contra Nietzsche

pp. 157-164
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Schopenhauer and the Sublime Pleasure of Tragedy

pp. 165-179
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Critical Discussions

Bad Writing's Back

pp. 180-191
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Theoretical Downsizing and the Lost Art of Listening

pp. 192-201
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Literary Studies, Universals, and the Sciences of the Mind

pp. 202-217
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Reviews

The German Aesthetic Tradition (review)

pp. 218-220
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Doing Our Own Thing: The Degradation of Language and Music and Why We Should, Like Care (review)

pp. 220-223
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Devoirs et Delices d'une vie de passeur: Entretiens avec Catherine Portevin (review)

pp. 223-225
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