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Title Emily Dickinson and philosophy / [edited by] Marianne Noble, American University, Jed Deppman, Oberlin College, Gary Lee Stonum, Case Western Reserve University.
Publication Info. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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Contents Machine generated contents note: Introduction Marianne Noble, Jed Deppman and Gary Lee Stonum; Part I. Dickinson and the Philosophy of her Time: 1. Emily Dickinson: anatomist of the mind Michael Kearns; 2. Dickinson, Hume, and the common sense legacy Melanie Hubbard; 3. Outgrowing genesis? Dickinson, Darwin, and the higher criticism Jane Eberwein; 4. Touching the wounds: Dickinson and Christology Linda Freedman; 5. Against mastery: Dickinson contra Hegel and Schlegel Daniel Fineman; 6. Perfect from the pod: instant learning in Dickinson and Kierkegaard Jim von der Heydt; Part II. Dickinson and Modern Philosophy: 7. Truth and lie in Emily Dickinson and Friedrich Nietzsche Shira Wolosky; 8. Emily Dickinson, pragmatism, and the conquests of mind Renee Tursi; 9. Dickinson and Sartre on facing the brutality of brute existence Farhang Erfani; 10. Dickinson on perception and consciousness: a dialogue with Merleau-Ponty Marianne Noble; 11. The infinite in person: Levinas and Dickinson Megan Craig; 12. Astonished thinking: Dickinson and Heidegger Jed Deppman; Bibliography; Index.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Dickinson, Emily, 1830-1886 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Philosophy in literature.
Added Author Noble, Marianne, 1968- editor of compilation.
Deppman, Jed, editor of compilation.
Stonum, Gary Lee, editor of compilation.
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Related To Original 9781107029415 1107029414 (DLC) 2012041991
ISBN 1139333666 (electronic bk.)
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9781107029415 (hardback)
1107029414 (hardback)
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