Shakespeare and Moral Agency (Continuum Shakespeare Studies) by Michael D. Bristol

By Michael D. Bristol

Shakespeare and ethical Agency provides a suite of latest essays by way of literary students and philosophers contemplating personality and motion in Shakespeare's performs as heuristic types for the exploration of a few salient difficulties within the box of ethical inquiry. jointly they provide a unified presentation of an rising orientation in Shakespeare stories, drawing on contemporary paintings in ethics, philosophy of brain, and analytic aesthetics to build a strong framework for the severe research of Shakespeare's works.
Contributors suggest new probabilities for the translation of Shakespearean drama through enticing with the wealthy physique of latest paintings within the box of ethical philosophy, supplying major insights for literary feedback, for pedagogy, and likewise for theatrical functionality.

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