A distinguished group of authors reflects on problems currently enlivening the space shared by philosophy and literary theory in a series of chapters that range in scope from Plato to postmodernism.
At the forefront of the most exciting, important, original, and serious recent work both in post-foundational moral philosophy and in literary theory. This work is nicely juxtaposed... with the more skeptical essays of the postmodernist textualist. * Revue Internationale de Philosophie * In these impressive essays, philosophy rediscovers that it is written; literature recaptures its moral seriousness. -- Michael Fischer * Philosophy and Literature *