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The Quarrel Between Poetry and Philosophy : Perspectives Across the Humanities, Hardback Book

The Quarrel Between Poetry and Philosophy : Perspectives Across the Humanities Hardback

Part of the Routledge Focus on Literature series

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The Quarrel Between Poetry and Philosophy: Perspectives Across the Humanities is an interdisciplinary study of the abiding quarrel to which poet-philosopher Plato referred centuries ago in the Republic.

The book presents eight chapters by four humanities scholars that historically contextualize and cross-interpret aspects of the quarrel in question.

The authors share the view that although poets and philosophers continually quarrel, a harmonious union between the two groups is achievable in a manner promising application to a variety of contemporary cultural-political and aesthetic debates, all of which have implications for the current status of the humanities.

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