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245 04 The enigma of good and evil :|bthe moral sentiment in 
       literature /|cedited by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka. 
246 30 Moral sentiment in literature 
264  1 Dordrecht, the Netherlands :|bSpringer,|c2005. 
300    1 online resource (xi, 880 pages) :|bportraits. 
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490 1  Analecta Husserliana ;|vv. 85. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |6880-01|tQuestion of interest? Between good and evil in 
       Instinto de Ines by Carlos Fuentes /|rAlira Ashvo-Munoz --
       |tBeing's wound: evil and explanation in The killer inside
       me /|rDorothy G. Clark --|tParadox of love: the 
       manifestation of life and the moral sentiment in Dorothy 
       Canfield Fisher's Her son's wife /|rAnnika Ljung-Baruth --
       |tLevinas's language /|rWilliam Edelglass --|tSympathy for
       the Devil?: a historical tour of literature and cultural 
       representation /|rRebecca M. Painter --|tKierkegaard's 
       Fear and trembling: an experiment in the self-recognition 
       of evil /|rAndrew Jones-Cathcart --|tBeyond evil in Heart 
       of darkness: Levinasian face-to-face as reliable narration
       /|rLewis Livesay --|tBartleby's existential reduction and 
       its impact on others /|rRichard S. Findler. 
505 00 |tIntuition of good/evil in Marcel Proust's A la recherche
       du temps perdu: from the axis of time to the axis of 
       desire /|rMichel Dion --|tChanging landscapes of good and 
       evil in the moral world of Huckleberry Finn /|rBernadette 
       Prochaska --|tNature and a calm mirror: Anna Maria 
       Ortese's ethics /|rRosario Trovato --|tInterplay of virtue
       and romantic ethics in Chang-Rae Lee's A gesture life /
       |rMegan Laverty --|tCamus' Meursault and Sartrian 
       irresponsibility /|rMichael D. Daniels --|tDeath, truth, 
       and sinfulness: of various characters and scenes in Ramon 
       del Valle-Inclan's Comedias barbaras /|rJorge Garcia-Gomez
       --|tAccusation, betrayal and murder in literature /|rTony 
       E. Afejuku --|tAutobiography and the impossibility of evil
       in Kurt H. Wolff's existential sociology /|rGary Backhaus-
       -|tAdventures in Greenland: the moral sentiment in three 
       novels of Graham Greene /|rGeorge R. Tibbetts --|tOn the 
       fourfold ontology of evil throughout western tradition and
       its final disappearance in the present time /|rVictor 
       Gerald Rivas. 
505 00 |tSearching for the abandoned soul: Dostoyevsky on the 
       suffering of humanity /|rPredrag Cicovacki --|tReading 
       Achille Mizzi: a phenomenological hermeneutics of the 
       Christian narrative /|rBernard Micallef --|tGilles Deleuze
       et la litterature: le langage, la vie et la doctrine du 
       jugement /|rAlain Beaulieu --|tCulture and the philosophy 
       of life: the true, the good, the beautiful, and the sacred
       /|rLawrence Kimmel --|tPhenomenology of ethical criticism:
       how literature affects ethical development /|rRaymond J. 
       Wilson III --|tMoral sentiment and the ethics of 
       representation in holocaust literature /|rJennifer Anna 
       Gosetti-Ferencei --|tAesthetics of salvation in Sartre's 
       Nausea /|rPeter Weigel --|t"With foolish shadows, with 
       hollow signs": a reflection on subjective perception and 
       personal identity in Hispano-American Golden Age Intrigue 
       comedies /|rVictor Gerald Rivas --|tMedicine-dreams of 
       Chief Plenty-coups: a study in phenomenological 
       anthropology /|rGary Backhaus. 
505 00 |tSearching moral standards in a love diatribe /|rAlira 
       Ashvo-Munoz --|tBizet's Carmen "L'amour est un oiseau 
       rebelle ..." /|rMarlies E. Kronegger --|tIn search of 
       moral standards -- Walker Percy's Lancelot /|rBernadette 
       Prochaska --|tIn search of a moral erotic standard: female
       subjectivity and eros in Dorothy Canfield Fisher's Rough-
       hewn and The brimming cup /|rAnnika Ljung-Baruth --
       |tMorals in history: violence and the ideal of peace /|rM.
       Avelina Cecilia Lafuente --|tPhantom relations and the 
       writer's niche in Paul Auster's Leviathan /|rChristopher 
       S. Schreiner --|t"Some freedom within a small range": 
       Tagore on moral standard /|rSitansu Ray --|tSearch for a 
       universal standard of morality: filial piety and its 
       Chinese experience /|rTsung-I Dow --|tIn first century 
       Rome: a test case of literary influence on ethical 
       development /|rRaymond J. Wilson III. 
505 00 |tLiterature and the play of attention: a new/ancient look
       at the roots of evil /|rRebecca M. Painter --|tDostoyevsky
       on the problem of evil /|rPeter Weigel --|tPoetry in the 
       cerebral cortex, the nervous system and the digestive 
       tracts: a study of Romanus Egudu's moral poetry /|rTony E.
       Afejuku --|tAsymmetry and normativity: Levinas reading 
       Dostoyevsky on desire, responsibility, and suffering /
       |rWilliam Edelglass --|tRedemptive gestures of the poetry 
       of Wisawa Szymborska /|rKristine S. Santilli --|tLife 
       beyond go(o)d: a criticism of wisdom and the foundation of
       a poetic conception of life based on Goethe's Faust /
       |rVictor Gerald Rivas --|tAntigone's (re)turn: the Ethos 
       of the "coming community" /|rMax Statkiewicz and Valerie 
       Reed --|t"I know everything": the governess's failures of 
       consciousness in The turn of the screw /|rR. Kenneth Kirby
       --|tPolitics of intersubjectivity and the logic of 
       discourse /|rMichael Daniels --|tLiterature as the 
       laboratory of the moral life: building moral communities 
       through literary study /|rJerre Collins and John 
       Zbikowski. 
520    Striking toward peace and harmony the human being is 
       ceasely torn apart in personal, social, national life by 
       wars, feuds, inequities and intimate personal conflicts 
       for which there seems to be no respite. Does the human 
       condition in interaction with others imply a constant 
       adversity? Or, is this conflict owing to an interior or 
       external factor of evil governing our attitudes and 
       conduct toward the other person? To what criteria should I
       refer for appreciation, judgment, direction concerning my 
       attitudes and my actions as they bear on the well-being of
       others? At the roots of these questions lies human 
       experience which ought to be appropriately clarified 
       before entering into speculative abstractions of the 
       ethical theories and precepts. Literature, which in its 
       very gist, dwells upon disentangling in multiple 
       perspective the peripeteia of our life-experience offers 
       us a unique field of source-material for moral and ethical
       investigations. Literature brings preeminently to light 
       the Moral Sentiment which pervades our life with others --
       our existence tout court. Being modulated through the 
       course of our experiences the Moral Sentiment sustains the
       very sense of literature and of personal human life 
       (Tymieniecka). 
588 0  Print version record. 
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700 1  Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
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710 2  International Society for Phenomenology and Literature.
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       n2004037361|n(27th :|d2003 :|cCambridge, Mass.) 
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       /|rAlira Ashvo-Mun⁺ёoz --|tBizet's Carmen "L'amour est un 
       oiseau rebelle ..." /|rMarlies E. Kronegger --|tIn search 
       of moral standards -- Walker Percy's Lancelot /
       |rBernadette Prochaska --|tIn search of a moral erotic 
       standard: female subjectivity and eros in Dorothy Canfield
       Fisher's Rough-hewn and The brimming cup /|rAnnika Ljung-
       Baruth --|tMorals in history: violence and the ideal of 
       peace /|rM. Avelina Cecilia Lafuente --|tPhantom relations
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       |rChristopher S. Schreiner --|t"Some freedom within a 
       small range": Tagore on moral standard /|rSitansu Ray --
       |tSearch for a universal standard of morality: filial 
       piety and its Chinese experience /|rTsung-I Dow --|tIn 
       first century Rome: a test case of literary influence on 
       ethical development /|rRaymond J. Wilson III. 
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