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The Writer Writing The Writer Writing : Philosophic Acts in Literature by Francis-Noel Thomas, Wayne C. Booth.  

In an age of authorless, contextless, deconstructed texts, Francis-Nol Thomas argues that it is time to re-examine a fundamental but neglected concept of literature: writing is an action whose agent is an individual. Addressing both general readers and scholars, Thomas offers two cases, Bernard Shaw's Saint Joan and Marcel Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu, read against the background of the authors' large, eccentric, and surprisingly similar claims about their texts as acts. He examines what happens when we take these claims seriously enough to find out why the authors made them in the first place and what bearing they have on the texts themselves. In an age of authorless, contextless, deconstructed texts, Francis-Nol Thomas argues that it is time to re-examine a fundamental but neglected concept of literature: writing is an action whose agent is an individual....  

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Resource Central:  Philosophy
Resource Central tries to link to the "best sites on the net," and includes a helpful selection of philosophy sites, including a list of philosophy newsgroups.

 

Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy
This project is in the process of preparing over 1,000 papers presented at the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy for on-line publication.

 

University and College Departments in Philosophy
This subweb of the Philosophy Research Base lists online philosophy and philosophy related departments worldwide, and includes educational text resources for each country, plus links to services for securing international studies, international student loans, scholarships, personal statements, etc.

 

What is Reality?
This site offers an intro to philosophy and logic with a view to educate in an informal and entertaining manner regarding issues of the scope, impact and relevance of one's personal worldview.

 

Why Philosophy?

Site maintained by David Kahane, Department of Philosophy, University of Alberta, consisting of interviews with philosophy faculty and grads about why they do philosophy, what they love and hate about the activity, etc.

 

WWW Virtual Library on Philosophy
This Virtual Library section is located at the University of Bristol, jointly by the department of Philosophy and the Institute for Learning and Research Technology. The guide is intended to provide an overview of the various Internet resources related to Philosophy. There are already several detailed guides in existence - the resource guides section below contains more information on these. In addition to this, in each subsection there are links to these guides wherever relevant.