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The People’s Colloquium Forums Academics Philosophy and Ideas – Lectures and Discussions Winter and Spring, 2018 Literary Theory in Antiquity and Early Modern Europe

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    Power Point for Lecture 1: The Problem of the Poet in Ancient Greece (Plato and Aristotle)

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    Power Point for Lecture 2: Defense of the Poet in Antiquity (Horace and Longinus)

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    Power Point for Lecture 3: Neoclassicism in England (Sidney, Dryden, Pope)

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    Power Point for Lecture 4: The Subjective Universal: Kant and Burke on the Beautiful and the Sublime.

    I use section references for the Burke text, which should be easy enough to find. The page numbers for Kant’s Critique of the Power of Judgement are from the Cambridge edition.

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    Power Point for my lecture on Ordinary Language Philosophy (Austin, Wittgenstein, Cavell).

    I didn’t initially plan this lecture as part of this series, but I’ll let it live here.

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