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What’s the Story?

by Rick Lewis
[Issue 161: April/May 2024: Editorial]

Plato versus Literature

Daniel Toré asks, can literature save us?
[Issue 161: April/May 2024: Philosophy & Literature]

What Makes A Book Great?

Colin Stott critiques the critical thinking of Matthew Arnold and F.R. Leavis.
[Issue 161: April/May 2024: Philosophy & Literature]

Milan Kundera’s Philosophy of the Novel

Mike Sutton reflects on the existential code of the novel.
[Issue 161: April/May 2024: Philosophy & Literature]

Don Quixote & Narrative Identity

Inês Pereira Rodrigues asks, are we always (or ever) who we say we are?
[Issue 161: April/May 2024: Philosophy & Literature]

Shakespeare: Folly, Humanism & Critical Theory

Sam Gilchrist Hall surveys folly and wisdom in Shakespeare’s world and beyond.
[Issue 161: April/May 2024: Philosophy & Literature]

M.M. Bakhtin (1895-1975)

Vladimir Makovtsev asks: M.M. Bakhtin, philosopher or philologist?
[Issue 161: April/May 2024: Brief Lives]

Stanley Fish

Stanley Fish is an American literary theorist, legal scholar, and public intellectual. Scott Parker asks him about a particular kind of community.
[Issue 116: October/November 2016: Interview]

The Philosophy of Poetry

Roger Caldwell finds philosophy & poetry to be mutually alien.
[Issue 114: June/July 2016: Books]

Reading, Writing, Thinking

The first few articles in this issue look at literature and its contributions to ethics, to political philosophy, and to our understanding of the nature of language. We asked the very philosophical novelist and short story writer Tibor Fischer to kick things off with a few words about the relationship between philosophy and literature.
[Issue 94: January/February 2013: Editorial]

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