The Palgrave Handbook of Philosophy and Literature

Editors: Stocker, Barry and Mack, Michael
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Macmillan Publisher Int'l Ltd.

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ISBN: 978-1-137-54793-4
Category: Philosophy
Book Status: Available
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Establishes an enduring framework for structuring the broad themes defining the relations between philosophy and literature and examines how philosophy and literature depend on each other and interact.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction - Barry Stocker
  • Part I: Philosophy as Literature
  • 2What Is Philosophical Dialogue? - S. Montgomery Ewegen
  • ‘Situating the Essay: Between Philosophy and Literature?’ - Michelle Boulous Walker
  • Narrativity in Variation: Merleau-Ponty and Murdoch on Literary and Philosophical Narratives - Niklas Forsberg
  • On Philosophy and Poetry - Jennifer Anna Gosetti-Ferencei
  • ‘No One Is the Author of His Life’: Philosophy, Biography, and Autobiography - Christopher Hamilton
  • Aphorisms and Fragments - Guy Elgat
  • Part II: Philosophy of Literature
  • Myth - Tudor Balinisteanu
  • Epic - Michael Weinman
  • Philosophy and Drama - Lior Levy
  • Lyric Poetry - Mathew Abbott
  • Philosophy of the Novel - Barry Stocker
  • Romance - Marsha S. Collins
  • Part III: Philosophical Aesthetics
  • Analytic Aesthetics - Jukka Mikkonen
  • Fictions of Human Development: Renaissance Cognitive Philosophy and the Romance - Isabel Jaén
  • Hermeneutics - Hanna Meretoja
  • Phenomenology - Alexander Kozin and Tanja Staehler
  • Language, Ontology, Fiction - Frederick Kroon and Alberto Voltolini
  • Deconstruction: Politics, Ethics, Aesthetics - Simon Morgan Wortham
  • Part IV: Literary Criticism and Theory
  • Literature as Theory: Literature and Truths - Michael Mack
  • Rhetoric - Rosaleen Keefe
  • Feminism and Gender - Kimberly J. Stern
  • Psychoanalysis - Will Long
  • Postcolonialism - Bill Ashcroft
  • Part V: Areas of Work Within Philosophy and Literature
  • Law and the Literary Imagination: The Continuing Relevance of Literature to Modern Legal Scholarship - Julia J. A. Shaw
  • Politics and Literature - Michael Keren
  • Thought Experiments at the Edge of Conceptual Breakdown - İlhan İnan
  • Ethics and Literature - Liesbeth Korthals Altes and Hanna Meretoja
  • Literature and Political Economy - Aaron Kitch
  • Religion and Literature: Exegesis, Hermeneutics, Post-Modern Theories - Shira Wolosky
  • Poetry's Truth of Dialogue - Michael Mack