Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 26 (1):107-143 (2005)

In this essay I will argue that verbal dialogue, when realized successfully in a novel and measured by the tools appropriate to it, approximates that moment in real life we recognize as a “quickening of consciousness.”
Keywords Contemporary Philosophy  Continental Philosophy  History of Philosophy
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