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The Monist

Volume 97, Issue 1, January 2014
The Philosophy of Robert Musil

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Bence Nanay The Dethroning of Ideocracy: Robert Musil as a Philosopher
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Philip Kitcher The Youth Without Qualities
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Achille C. Varzi Musil’s Imaginary Bridge
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Sabine Döring What Is an Emotion? Musil’s Adverbial Theory
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Kevin Mulligan Foolishness, Stupidity, and Cognitive Values
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Barbara Sattler Contingency and Necessity: Human Agency in Musil’s The Man Without Qualities
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Catrin Misselhorn Musil’s Metaphilosophical View: Between Philosophical Naturalism and Philosophy as Literature
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This paper is aboutMusil’s view of the relation between science, literature, and philosophy. It situatesMusil’s position in metaphilosophical space in between the traditional conception of philosophy, philosophical naturalism and the view that philosophy is a kind of literary genre.Musil defends a unique combination of philosophical naturalism and philosophy as literature which is superior to more standard versions of these views. He uses a sophisticated joint literary and scientific strategy of argument to support this view which is carefully reconstructed.
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Philippe Mach Ethics and Aesthetics: Reuniting the Siamese Twins
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Catherine Wilson Mach, Musil, and Modernism
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