Philosophy and Literature
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|Philosophy and Literature|
|Author's Name||Affiliation||Paper Title|
|Hugh Bredin||Queen's University||Ironies and Paradoxes|
|Edward Fullbrook and Kate Fullbrook||Merleau-Ponty on Beauvoir's Literary- Philosophical Method|
|Sycheva Svetlana Georgiyevna||Tomsk Polytechnic University||The Problem of Symbol in Philosophy|
|Salam Hawa||Language as Freedom in Sartre's Philosophy|
|Margaret G. Holland||University of Northern Iowa||Can Fiction be Philosophy?|
|Maria Pia Lara||Chapter 5: Narrative Cultural Interweavings: Between Facts and Fiction|
|Edward G. Lawry||Oklahoma State University||Knowledge as Lucidity: "Summer in Algiers"|
|Karin Littau||The Primal Scattering of Languages: Philosophies, Myths and Genders|
|Cirilo Flórez Miguel||Universidad de Salamanca||Autobiografia, Filosofia y Escritura: El Caso Unamuno|
|Carlin Romano||America the Philosophical|
|David Sprintzen||College of Long Island University||A Tragic Vision for a New Millenium: The Contemporary Relevance of Albert Camus|
|Phillip Stambovsky||Keats and the Senses of
"Ode on a Grecian Urn" (Stanza V)
|Martin Warner||Rhetoric, Paideia and the Phaedrus|
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