Renegotiating Ethics in Literature, Philosophy, and Theory: ETHICS, LITERATURE, AND PHILOSOPHY

@inproceedings{Adamson1998RenegotiatingEI,
  title={Renegotiating Ethics in Literature, Philosophy, and Theory: ETHICS, LITERATURE, AND PHILOSOPHY},
  author={Jane Mason Adamson and Richard Freadman and David Parker},
  year={1998}
}
Introduction: the turn to ethics in the 1990s David Parker Part I. Ethics, Literature and Philosophy: 1. Deepening the self: the language of ethics and the language of literature Simon Haines 2. Martha Nussbaum and the need for novels Cora Diamond 3. The concept of dread: sympathy and ethics in Daniel Deronda Lisabeth During 4. Against tidiness: literature and/versus moral philosophy: a response to Cora Diamond, Martha Nussbaum and Iris Murdoch Jane Adamson Part II. Ethics and Agency: 5. What… Expand
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