The readings in this collection bring together some of the most important recent work in the philosophy of literature by philosophers such as Martha Nussbaum, John Searle, and David Lewis.
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The readings explore philosophical issues such as the nature of fiction, the status of the author, the act of interpretation, the role of the emotions in the act of reading, the aesthetic and moral value of literary works, and other topics central to the philosophy of literature.
The volume offers excellent coverage of the puzzles and problems associated with fictional truth, classification, interpretation, belief and emotional response, and the moral significance of literary works. Foreword J. Narrative Stefan Iversen, Aarhus University 5. Narrator Jan Alber, Freiburg University 7.
Dan Ringgaard, Aarhus University Intertext Elisabeth FriisLund University Politics Jakob Ladegaard, Aarhus University Ethnicity Tabish Khair, Aarhus University Nature Peter Mortensen, Aarhus University Place Frederik Tygstrup, Copenhagen University Memory Ann Rigney, Utrecht University Archives Dennis Tenen, Columbia University Adaptation Kiene Brillenburg, Utrecht University Lecture 1 Introduction Lecture 2 Introduction cont.
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