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Putting plays (and more) in cyberspace : an overview of the British women playwrights around 1800 project
The british women playwrights around 1800 Web project has had a split allegiance from its beginning. Its beginnings lay in our interest in sustaining over time a community that had begun exploring the histories and writing ...
Introduction : deviance and defiance
The thirteenth annual meeting of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism took place August 13–16, 2005 in Montreal, Canada, sponsored by Université de Montréal. The conference was held in conjunction with ...
On watching rather than reading Count Basil
(European Romantic Review, 2004)
The performance of « Count Basil » at this year's NASSR conference was a unique opportunity for those in attendance to share a theatrical experience with the actors in ways that are usually not available to readers and ...
Economics and architecture
Popper and the rationality principle
(College Publications, 2006)
Though Karl Popper's short paper on the rationality principle may not be the most frequently discussed of all of his writings on epistemological matters, it is very probably the most radically criticized. The fact that ...
Information costs, deliberation costs and transaction costs a parallel treatment
(Edward Elgar, 2002)
There’s More to the Camera’s Obscura Than Meets the Eye
Fichte's debate with Reinhold in 1793 : the doctrine of drives and the problem of freedom
V Fichte, early romanticism and German idealism
(Edwin Mellen Press, 2004)
This article focuses on Fichte’s essay on Revelation (2nd ed.) and on his review of Creuzer’s book on the freedom of the will. These texts contain a critique of the theory of freedom exposed by K. L. Reinhold in the Letters ...