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Philosophy and Literature

Below please find the schedule for contributed papers in this section. If you have accessed the Congress Web Site using Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape Navigator, or a similar program, it is possible to search for a name or paper title using the find function under the heading edit. Otherwise, you must browse through the page below in order to locate your name and paper title.

Wednesday, August 12, 09-9:50

Name Title of Paper
M. Blumenkranz Eschatological Myth on the Kingdom of the Great Inquisitor
Maya Das Truth in Literature: A Study of Tagore's Ideas in View of His Vedantic Background
Elina Prokhorova Philosophical-Aesthetic Problems on Esseistics of Joseph Brodsky

Wednesday, August 12, 12-13:50


Title of Paper

Salam Hawa Language as Freedom in Sartre's Philosophy
Karen Littau The Primal Scattering of Languages: Philosophies, Myths and Genders
Patricia Mills Supposing Truth to be a Woman's Madness, Rethinking Antigone
Fritz Monsma On the Augustinian Foundation of Evelyn Waugh's "Brideshead Revisited"

Wednesday, August 12, 14-15:50


Title of Paper

Margaret G. Holland Can Fiction Be Philosophy?
Glen Koehn Fictional Objects: Some Main Philosophical Theories
Maria Pia Lara Narrative Cultural Interweavings: Between Facts and Fiction
Cirilo Florez Miguel Autobiografia, Filosofia y Escritura: El Caso Unamuno

Wednesday, August 12, 18-19:50

Name Title of Paper
Hugh Bredin Ironies and Paradoxes
Edward Fullbrook and Kate Fullbrook Merleau-Ponty on Beauvoir's Literary-Philosophical Method
Carlin Romano America the Philosophical
Max Statkiewicz Paid(e)ia: A Dramatic Difference Between Education and Indoctrination
Robert Scott Stewart Tayloring the Self: Identity, Articulation and Community in "The Shipping News"
Martin Warner Rhetoric, Paideia, and the Phaedrus

Wednesday, August 12, 20-21:50


Title of Paper

Catherine Gardner Nussbaum, Murdoch, and Eliot: Getting the Story Straight
Edward G. Lawry Knowledge as Lucidity: 'Summer in Algiers'
David Sprintzen A Tragic Vision for a New Millenium: The Contemporary Relevance of Camus
Phillip Stambovsky Keats and the Sense of Being
Svetlana Sycheva The Problem of Symbol in Philosophy

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