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  1. Language and its Contexts: Transposition and Transformation of Meaning? = le Langage Et Ses Contexts: Transposition Et Transformation du Sens?Pierre-Alexis Mével & Helen Tattam (eds.) - 2010 - Peter Lang.
    Inspired by a postgraduate French studies conference (University of Nottingham, 10 September 2008), this volume explores linguistic form and content in relation to a variety of contexts, considering language alongside music, images, theatre, human experience of the world, and another language. Each essay asks what it is to understand language in a given context, and how, in spite of divergent expressive possibilities, a linguistic situation interacts with other contexts, renegotiating boundaries and redefining understanding. The book lies at the intersection of (...)
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  2. Introduction : The Myth of Babel.Helen Tattam & Pierre-Alexis Mével - 2010 - In Pierre-Alexis Mevel & Helen Tattam (eds.), Language and its Contexts: Transposition and Transformation of Meaning? = le Langage Et Ses Contexts: Transposition Et Transformation du Sens? Peter Lang.
     
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  3. Words and the Stage. Theory, Theatre, and Polyphony : Dramatising Existentialist Ethical Thought.Helen Tattam - 2010 - In Pierre-Alexis Mevel & Helen Tattam (eds.), Language and its Contexts: Transposition and Transformation of Meaning? = le Langage Et Ses Contexts: Transposition Et Transformation du Sens? Peter Lang.
     
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    Atheism, Religion, and Philosophical “Availability” in Gabriel Marcel.Helen Tattam - 2016 - International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 79 (1):19-30.
    The dramatic change in the focus and overall project of French philosophy since World War I has become increasingly apparent, with one of the resultant developments being, as Geroulanos has identified, the emergence of “an atheism that is not humanist.” This article discusses parallels between the philosophical methodology of Gabriel Marcel and this new form of atheism. In so doing, it explores connections between Marcel and French philosophy’s more recent “turn to religion,” and uses these to demonstrate how Marcel’s notion (...)
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    Phenomenology: An Introduction.Helen Tattam - 2011 - American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 85 (3):501-503.
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    Philosophers’ Stories: Gabriel Marcel and Narrative.Helen Tattam - 2010 - American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 84 (4):711-726.
    With reference to the work of Gabriel Marcel (1889–1973), this paper illustrates how, in spite of its general neglect in philosophical contexts, narrativeform can be significant in philosophical writing. This, in turn, highlights an aspect of Marcel’s specificity that has been overlooked: recognition of narrative’s structural importance in Marcel reveals the extent to which the form and content of his investigations into the nature of Being are indissociable; and this sheds light on his particular phenomenological method, which, like that of (...)
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