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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 SpanishS.gif (1012 bytes)
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 Being:
"Ode on a Grecian Urn" (Stanza V)
Martin Warner   Rhetoric, Paideia and the Phaedrus
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