In this Issue
- Issue 94/95 (Volume 30, Number 1&2), 2001
- Special Issue: On the Origin of Fictions: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
In publication continuously since 1971, SubStance is a major interdisciplinary journal with a reputation for excellence. It is an international nexus for discourses converging upon literature from a variety of fields, including philosophy, the social science, science, and the arts. Readers have come to expect the unexpected from SubStance, and to experience a sense of participating in the formulation of emerging theories.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
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Table of Contents
- The Epilogue of Suffering: Heroism, Empathy, Ethics
- pp. 119-143
- DOI: 10.1353/sub.2001.0009
- Sade: The Invention of the Libertine Body (review)
- pp. 258-261
- DOI: 10.1353/sub.2001.0006
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