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Literary Criticism

Vital Signs: Capitalism, Aspiration, and Intensity
To build a universalism from Japan: Neo-Norinagism
By the shores of the inverted sea: Resistance, Contentment, and Extinction in Motoori Norinaga
With Them Without Words: A non-dual heritage of future language in Tzara, Derrida, Schlegel, and beyond
The Reality That Would Be Dreamed: George MacDonald’s “Lilith” as a Response to Solipsistic Illusion
Views of Reality from Stagecraft, Science, and ‘Nowhere’
Berserk Metaphysics: On the Idea of Evil
An Aesthetics of Injury from Baudelaire to Tarantino
Practicing ‘Literariness’: a reminder for philosophers and philosophasters
On Absurdity. Adorno, Beckett, and the Demise of Existentialism
Hermann Hesse’s Steppenwolf — Accepting the Shadow