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Joyce s Ulysses

by Philip Kitcher
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date: 2020-06-11
Genre: Philosophy
Pages: 224 pages
ISBN 13: 0190842288
ISBN 10: 9780190842284
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Synopsis : Joyce s Ulysses written by Philip Kitcher, published by Oxford University Press which was released on 2020-06-11. Download Joyce s Ulysses Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Ulysses provides an interesting case study for this for several reasons: besides Best, Joyce incorporates a number of characters based (to varying extents) upon real people.” And beyond mere people, he also worked very hard to represent ... -- Though James Joyce was steeped in philosophy and humanism, he has received too little attention from contemporary philosophers in comparison to many of the other titans of modernist fiction. This book probes the possibilities for thinking philosophically about Joyce's masterpiece, Ulysses, presenting readings by renowned scholars such David Hills, Garry L. Hagberg, Vicki Mahaffey, Martha C. Nussbaum, Sam Slote, Wendy J. Truran, and Philip Kitcher, who also provides an introduction to the volume that considers broader themes and situates Ulysses as a work of philosophical interest. For the central characters of Ulysses--Leopold Bloom, Molly Bloom, and Stephen Dedalus, "How to live?" is an urgent question. Each must either start anew, or attempt to recover lost paths. Chapters plumb the depths of the philosophical quandaries that present themselves to these characters--reflections on death and overcoming disgust, Leopold Bloom's evocations of conscious thought, the dominance of vision in our thinking about the senses, identity, and the possibility of revising one's values are only a handful of the subjects covered in the volume. Ulysses is an intrinsically and deeply philosophical work, and these readings provide new inroads and firm orientation for Joyce's project. Readers will come away with renewed appreciation for one of our greatest works of literature in the English language, and deepened understanding of Joyce's attempt to offer alternative ways of structuring and enriching the world of our experience.

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