Politics & Poetics, Volume I: Tragedy
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Table of Contents
Roger Scruton, 'Is tragedy still relevant to the polis?'
Paul M. Dowling, 'England's Re-formation in King Henry VIII'
Patrick Martin, 'The Measure of Justice: Isabella’s Recusancy and Two Royal Couples'
Martin Thibodeau, 'Hegel on Intention, Action, and Tragedy'
Full Article PDF Winner of the 2015 Routledge, Taylor & Francis Prize
Nikolas Prassas, 'Beauty and Theoria in Ruskin's Modern Painters'
Mikołaj Sławkowski-Rode, 'The Place of Tragedy within Christianity'
Agata Łukomska, 'A Bothersome Man? - Bernard Williams’s legacy as an intellectual instigator persists'
Ralph Weir, Review: Raymond Barfield, The Ancient Quarrel between Philosophy and Poetry
Andrew Bibby, Review: Michael Trimble, Why Humans Like to Cry: Tragedy, Evolution, and the Brain
Cover image: sculpture of John Locke from the Dallas Column by Alexander Stoddart, Paisley, Scotland, UK. Artist's website.
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