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Tympanising Philosophy: Luxating the Disciplinary Margins through a Derridean Reading of the Mahabharata
This paper argues for a coalition of ‘embattled adversaries’, namely philosophy and literature and it does that by referring to Derrida`s seminal work, Margins of Philosophy. To deepen our thesis about the alliance of ...
Adolescent Occultism and the Philosophy of Things in Three Novels
Shirley Jackson’s 1962 We Have Always Lived in the Castle, Iain Banks’s 1984 The Wasp Factory and Sonya Hartnett’s 2009 Butterfly are novels separated not only by decades, but by distance being produced in the United States, ...
Mysticism and Stuff like that: introduction by Christine Vick
Essay on mysticism in poetry, the Australian bush, and a photo essay on the Coorong (South Australia) by Brian Medlin (1927-2004), with an introduction by his wife, Christine Vick.