1. John F. DeCarlo (2013). HamLeT anD THe GHosT: A JoinT Sense oF Time. Philosophy and Literature 37 (1):1-19.
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  2. John F. DeCarlo (2013). Introduction. Journal of Philosophy: A Cross-Disciplinary Inquiry 8 (19):22-32.
    Busting the Hermenuetical Ghosts: Steering clear of pre-modern, Romantic, Freudian, and post-modern readings, DeCarlo asserts how Shakespeare's Hamlet text foreshadows the modern philosophical thought of Descartes, Kant, and Heidegger, particularly in regard to the intellectual issues of thought and doubt, time and action, and being and death.
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  3. John F. DeCarlo (2010). The Poisoning of Hamlet's Temporal Subjectivity. Journal of Philosophy: A Cross-Disciplinary Inquiry 5 (12):30-40.
    The paper addresses the question: why and how does Hamlet lose track of time in the Prayer-Closet scene sequence? While Deleuze aptly notes the poetic formula “the time is out of joint” is indicative of time no longer being subordinate to cyclical rhythms of nature, or as Polonius asserts: “Time is time”(II.ii.88), but rather movement being subordinated to time, it is argued that the HAMLET text goes further in its pre-figuration of Kant’s concept that time is a mysteriously autonomous form. (...)
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