Friday, 18 September 2009

Praise for forthcoming anthology on philosophy and literature

Endorsement for the forthcoming Blackwell, 'Companion to the Philosophy of Literature': "In its richness, variety, learning, and consistent balance, this anthology, which assembles some of the great names in the field, along with brilliant younger critics like Joshua Landy and Rupert Read, will serve as textbook for anyone interested in the inextricability of philosophy and literature. Indeed, the various branches of philosophy, especially ethics and epistemology, emerge as indispensable for an understanding of major literary texts from Shakespeare to Stevens." —Marjorie Perloff, author of _Wittgenstein’s Ladder_.

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Endorsement for the forthcoming Blackwell, 'Companion to the Philosophy of Literature': "In its richness, variety, learning, and consistent balance, this anthology, which assembles some of the great names in the field, along with brilliant younger critics like Joshua Landy and Rupert Read, will serve as textbook for anyone interested in the inextricability of philosophy and literature. Indeed, the various branches of philosophy, especially ethics and epistemology, emerge as indispensable for an understanding of major literary texts from Shakespeare to Stevens." —Marjorie Perloff, author of _Wittgenstein’s Ladder_.
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