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  • Fuzzy Studies: A Symposium on the Consequence of Blur Part 5

    Issue: 2
    Published: 2013
    Pages: 200
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  • COLUMNS

    In Defense of Louis XVI—Miguel Tamen

    A Tale of Two Provosts—William M. Chace

    SYMPOSIUM

    Fuzzy Studies: A Symposium on the Consequence of Blur Part 5

    Introduction: Idées Fixes and Fausses Idées ClairesMikhail Epstein and Jeffrey M. Perl

    Mathematics, Media, and Cultural Techniques—Jochen Brüning

    Sharp Edges, False Comfort—Carolyn Richardson

    Space in Form: The Fluid-Boundary Logic of Fungi—Alan D. M. Rayner

    “All Distinctions Are Political, Artificial”: The Fuzzy Logic of M. F. Husain—Bruce B. Lawrence

    The Islamic-Israelite World—Sean McMeekin

    “Our Protestant Rabbin”: A Dialogue on the Conversion/Apostasy of Lord George Gordon—Dominic Green and Marsha Keith Schuchard

    FICTION AND POETRY

    The Narrator's Theory of Sweetness—Prakash Kona

    Thirteen Russophone Poems from Latvia—Sergej Timofejev, Semyon Khanin, and Artur Punte

    ARTICLES

    Modernist Poetry's Encounter with Epistemic Models of Value—Charles Altieri

    Barnett Newman's “Sense of Space”: A Noncontextualist Account of Its Perception and Meaning—Michael Schreyach

    LITTLE REVIEWS

    Amy Knight Powell, Depositions: Scenes from the Late Medieval Church and the Modern MuseumCaroline Walker Bynum

    Brooke Holmes, The Symptom and the Subject: The Emergence of the Physical Body in Ancient GreeceVictoria Wohl

    Robert N. Bellah, Religion in Human EvolutionMatthew Mutter

    Lauren Berlant, Cruel OptimismSimone Roberts

    Annie Cohen-Solal, Leo and His Circle: The Life of Leo CastelliWayne Andersen

    Nell Casey, ed., The Journals of Spalding GrayAndrew P. Tuck

    Oliver Taplin and Rosie Wyles, eds., The Pronomos Vase and Its ContextJohn Boardman

    Carolina López-Ruiz, When the Gods Were BornSusan Stephens

    Clare Cavanagh, Lyric Poetry and Modern Politics: Russia, Poland, and the WestNina Pelikan Straus

    Carolina Armenteros, The French Idea of History: Joseph de Maistre and His Heirs, 1794–1854Charles Sullivan

    Timothy Chesters, Ghost Stories in Late Renaissance France: Walking by NightStuart Clark

    Luke Timothy Johnson, Among the Gentiles: Greco-Roman Religion and ChristianityPeter Van Nuffelen

    Amy-Jill Levine and Marc Zvi Brettler, eds., The Jewish Annotated New TestamentShira Wolosky

    John Renard, Islam and Christianity: Theological Themes in Comparative PerspectivePatricia Crone

    Danielle S. Allen, Why Plato WroteLloyd P. Gerson

    Eleonore Stump, Wandering in Darkness: Narrative and the Problem of SufferingJack Miles

    Martin Woessner, Heidegger in AmericaSantiago Zabala

    Peter E. Gordon, Continental Divide: Heidegger, Cassirer, DavosAlick Isaacs

    NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS

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