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Past, Present, Proust

In an extract from the Centenary Monograph produced by the Academy’s Philosophy Section, ‘The Arguments of Time’, edited by Dr Jeremy Butterfield FBA, Professor Gregory Currie considers whether fiction can tell us anything about time. His chapter is entitled ‘A Literary Philosophy of Time?’ and here he takes a case study from Proust.

• Gregory Currie

The whole article can be downloaded as a PDF file.

Published in Review, July-December 1999.

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