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    Reed Way Dasenbrock (1990). Philosophy in Question: Essays on a Pyrrhonian Theme (Review). Philosophy and Literature 14 (1):181-182.
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  2. Reed Way Dasenbrock (ed.) (1993). Literary Theory After Davidson. Penn State University Press.
    Donald Davidson is probably the most eminent living analytic philosopher, and his writings in philosophy of language and philosophy of action have shaped much of the recent work in both these fields. However, despite the obvious shared concerns of literary theory and these aspects of philosophy, up to this point literary theorists have not paid much attention to Davidson's ideas or have only known about them through the interpretations of other philosophers like Richard Rorty. Literary theorists have seen more relevance (...)
     
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  3. Reed Way Dasenbrock (ed.) (1989). Redrawing the Lines: Analytic Philosophy, Deconstruction, and Literary Theory. Univ of Minnesota Press.
    Redrawing the Lines,the first book to focus on that interaction, brings together ten essays by key figures who have worked to connect literary theory and philosophy and to reassess the relationship between analytic and Continental ...
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    Reed Way Dasenbrock (2002). Philosophy After Joyce: Derrida and Davidson. Philosophy and Literature 26 (2):334-345.
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    Reed Way Dasenbrock (1988). Marxism and Literary History. History of European Ideas 9 (4):500-503.
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    Reed Way Dasenbrock (1983). Structuralism and Common Sense. History of European Ideas 4 (2):215-220.
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  7. Reed Way Dasenbrock (ed.) (2003). Literary Theory After Davidson. Penn State University Press.
    Donald Davidson is probably the most eminent living analytic philosopher, and his writings in philosophy of language and philosophy of action have shaped much of the recent work in both these fields. However, despite the obvious shared concerns of literary theory and these aspects of philosophy, up to this point literary theorists have not paid much attention to Davidson's ideas or have only known about them through the interpretations of other philosophers like Richard Rorty. Literary theorists have seen more relevance (...)
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  8. Reed Way Dasenbrock (2000). Truth and Consequences: Intentions, Conventions, and the New Thematics. Penn State University Press.
    Contemporary literary theory takes truth and meaning to be dependent on shared conventions in a community of discourse and views authors’ intentions as irrelevant to interpretation. This view, argues Reed Way Dasenbrock, owes much to Anglo-American analytic philosophy as developed in the 1950s and 1960s by such thinkers as Austin and Kuhn, but it ignores more recent work by philosophers like Davidson and Putnam, who have mounted a counterattack on this earlier conventionalism. This book draws on current analytic philosophy to (...)
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  9. Reed Way Dasenbrock (1986). The Englishness of the English Novel, Collected Essays, Volume I. History of European Ideas 7 (6):682-683.
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  10. Reed Way Dasenbrock (1995). We've Done It to Ourselves: The Critique of Truth and the Attack on Theory. In Jeffrey Williams (ed.), Pc Wars: Politics and Theory in the Academy. Routledge
     
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