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By Walter Jost, Garry L. Hagberg

This enormous choice of new and up to date essays from a global group of eminent students represents the easiest modern severe pondering with regards to either literary and philosophical experiences of literature.* Helpfully teams essays into the field's major sub-categories, between them ‘Relations among Philosophy and Literature’, ‘Emotional Engagement and the adventure of Reading’, ‘Literature and the ethical Life’, and ‘Literary Language’* deals a mixture of analytical precision and literary richness* Represents an unheard of paintings of reference for college kids and experts alike, perfect for direction use

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Goethes Werke (Christian Wegner Verlag: Hamburg, 1966), vol. 12, 413; and Zur Naturwissenschaft im Allgemeinen, in Trunz, Goethes Werke, vol. 13, 38. Benjamin Franklin, The Autobiography and Other Writings (London: Penguin, 1986), 90–100. Ludwig Wittgenstein, Culture and Value, trans. Peter Winch (Oxford: Blackwell, 1980). William James, The Principles of Psychology [1890] (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1983), 483. T. S. Eliot, To Criticize the Critic (London: Faber, 1978), 134. Michel Foucault, Technologies of the Self, ed.

But elsewhere when he speaks of the still point of the turning world and of the fire and the rose being one, we who love know that fused into anything that might be called a magnificent inadequacy is an equally magnificent adequacy.

It is a hard professional truth to face that the odd joke goes as well in a lecture to the British Academy or the Canadian Philosophical Association as in a freshman class. But perhaps we are never nearer to the Forms than when we begin philosophy. 22 friends of the earth? A more articulate and irenic conception of how philosophy relates to literature which nonetheless still stays close to the Platonic conceptualization has received a clear formulation by McTaggart: Philosophy is the systematic study of the ultimate nature of reality.

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