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Title Literary form, philosophical content : historical studies of philosophical genres / edited by Jonathan Lavery and Louis Groarke

Publ Info Madison : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, [2010]
 RWU Main Library  B52.7 .L58 2010    AVAILABLE
Descript 268 pages ; 24 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Introduction : Genre as a tool of philosophical interpretation and analysis / Jonathan Lavery and Louis Groarke -- Plato's use of the dialogue form : skepticism and insemination / Kenneth Dorter -- Some cautionary remarks on Platonic dialogue / David Gallop -- The life of Aesop : rhetoric and the philosophical life / Leo Groarke -- From Parmenides to Anselm : philosophy as prayer / Kevin Corrigan -- A compilaton of arguments : the skeptic's medicine chest / Glen Koehn -- Aristotle through the looking glass : Aquinas as a historian of philosophy / J.L.A. West -- Aquinas's disputational format and the community of philosophy / Jill LeBlanc and Jonathan Lavery -- Machiavelli's Prince : The speculum principis genre turned upside down / Joseph Khoury -- A rhapsody void of order or method : Mandeville's The fable of the bees / Jennifer Welchman -- Why Nietzsche tries to kill Socrates in The birth of tragedy / Louis Groarke -- The lectures of J.L. Austin : doing sensible things with words / Paul Groarke -- Speculating about weird worlds : philosophy as science fiction / Joseph Novak -- Genealogy, narrative, and collective self-examination in Discipline and punish / Paul Groarke -- The ethics of style in philosophical discourse / Berel Lang
LC subject Philosophical literature -- History and criticism
Add Author Lavery, Jonathan Allen, 1965-
Groarke, Louis
ISBN 9780838642603 (alk. paper)
0838642608 (alk. paper)