Fictive Narrative Philosophy

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  • ebook
  • 264 pages
  • Fictive Narrative Philosophy
  • Michael Boylan
  • 10 October 2017
  • 0429771177

About the Author: Michael Boylan

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Fictive Narrative Philosophy What is the philosophical voice within literature Does literature have a voice of its own Can this voice really be philosophical in its own right In this book, Michael Boylan argues that some literary works indeed can make their own unique claims in different areas of philosophy He calls this method fictive narrative philosophy.The first part of the book presents an overview of traditional thinking about philosophy and literature across classical, modern, and contemporary periods It does not seek to denigrate these methods of studying literature, but rather to ask of them The second part then sets out a rigorous definition of what constitutes fictive narrative philosophy This definition outlines detailed conceptions of the methods of presentation, audience engagement, logical mechanics, and constructional devices of fictive narrative philosophy The author brings this definition to bear on individual authors and works that can be considered prime examples of fictive narrative philosophy Finally, the book sets out why and when fictive narratives might be favorable than traditional philosophical discourse, and how the concept of fictive narrative philosophy can move teaching and scholarship forward in a positive direction Fictive Narrative Philosophy presents an entirely new and unique approach in which literature can be a form of philosophy It will appeal to scholars and upper level students interested in philosophy and literature. Free Read Kindle ePUB Fictive Narrative Philosophy author Michael Boylan – johndore.co.uk

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