Fiction and Fictionalism

Routledge (2009)
Introduction -- What is fiction? -- Realism about fictional objects -- Fictional objects are nonexistents -- Worlds and truth : fictional worlds, possible worlds, and impossible worlds -- Fictional entities are abstract artifacts -- Irrealism : fiction and intentionality -- Some fictionalists -- Fictionalism about possible worlds -- Moral fictionalism -- Retrospect.
Keywords Literature Philosophy  Material culture in literature
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Call number PN45.S2145 2009
ISBN(s) 0415774357   9780415774345   9780415774352
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