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Bernstein, Charles.  Content's Dream:  Essays 1975-1984.   Los Angeles:  Sun & Moon   Press, 1986.  Includes: " 1.  "Words and Pictures," 114-61. " 2.  "The Objects of Meaning:  Reading Cavell Reading Wittgenstein," 165-83. " 3.  "Writing and Method," 217-36. Brill, Lesley.  The Hitchcock Romance:  Love and Irony in Hitchcock's Films.  Princeton:   Princeton University Press, 1988. Cascandi, Anthony J.  The Bounds of Reason:  Cervantes, Dostoevsky, Flaubert.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1986. Cohen, Ted with Paul Guyer and Hilary Putnam, eds.  Pursuits of Reason:  Essays in Honor of Stanley Cavell.  Philosophical Inquiries, No. 2, edited by Kenneth Laine Ketner.  Lubbock, TX:  Texas Tech University Press, 1993.  Includes: " I.  Hilary Putnam, "Preface:  Introducing Cavell," vii-xii. " II.  Ted Cohen and Paul Guyer, "Introduction," 1-9. " III.  The Ambitions of Reason " " 1.  Hilary Putnam, "Pope's Essay On Man and Those 'Happy Pieties'," 13-20.  " " An earlier version was read to the English Institute at a symposium on " " the Essay On Man organized by Stanley Cavell, 2-5 September 1983. " " 2.  Victor Gourevitch, "The Political Argument of Rousseau's Essay on the " " Origin of Languages," 21-36. " " 3.  Paul Guyer, "The Standard of Taste and the 'Most Ardent Desire of Society," " " 37-66. " " 4.  Arnold Davidson, "Religion and the Distortions of Human Reason:  On " " Kant's Religion Within the Limits of Reason Alone," 67-104. " " 5.  Barbara Herman, "What Happens to the Consequences?  Some Problems of " " Judgment in Kantian Ethics," 105-20. " " 6.  Judith Shklar, "Emerson and the Inhibitions of Democracy," 121-32. " " 7.  Timothy Gould, "Utterance and Theatricality:  A Problem for Modern " " Aesthetics in Mill's Account of Poetry," 133-57.  With a "Postscript, " " December, 1989:  Memories of Theatricality," 146-51, and an " " " accompanying anecdote. " IV.  The Anxieties of Reason " " 1.  Naomi Scheman, "Othello's Doubt/Desdemona's Death:  The Engendering of  " " Skepticism," 161-76. " " 2.  Karen Hanson, "American Philosophy Continued:  Pierce's Puzzles about the " " Self," 177-86. " " 3.  Kurt Rudolf Fischer, "Some Origins of Analytical Philosophy in Austria,"   " " 187-94.  An expanded version of a papers delivered to a panel on the

" " Roots of Analytical Philosophy at the XVIIth World Congress of " " Philosophy in Montreal, Canada, 23 August 1983. " " 4.  James Conant, "Kierkegaard, Wittgenstein, and Nonsense," 195-224. " " 5.  Stanley Bates, "Skepticism and the Interpretation of Wittgenstein," 225-40; " " see "Stanley Cavell:  Wittgenstein as a 'Friend of Finitude'," 234-38. " " 6.  Norton Batkin, "On Wittgenstein and Kripke:  Mastering Language in " " Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations," 241-62. " V.  The Arts of Reason " " 1.  Francis Watanabe Dauer, "Between Belief and Fantasy:  A Study of the " " Imagination," 265-90. " " 2.  Dieter Henrich, "On the Various Scents of Taste:  A Proto-Aesthetic " " Reflection," 291-306. " " 3.  Martha C. Nussbaum,  "Serpents in the Soul:  A Reading of Seneca's Medea," " " 307-44. An earlier version read as the fifth Martin Classical Lecture at " " Oberlin College. " " 4.  William Rothman, "Cavell's Creation," 345-60. " " 5.  Joel Snyder, "What Happens by Itself in Photography?" 361-74. " " 6.  Alexander Sesonske, "Killing Time:  The Last of the Last Minute Rescues," " " 375-84. " " 7.  Ted Cohen, "Some Philosophy, in Two Parts," 385-401.  An earlier version " " appears in Raritan 10.2 (Fall, 1990). Dasenbrock, Reed Way, ed.  Redrawing the Lines:  Analytic Philosophy, Deconstruction, and Literary Theory.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1989. Edwards, James C.  Ethics Without Philosophy:  Wittgenstein and the Moral Life.   Tampa:  University Presses of Florida, 1982.  Reprinted in 1985. Fischer, Michael.  Stanley Cavell and Literary Skepticism.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press, 1989.  The first booklength work devoted exclusively to Cavell's thought.  Includes: " " 1.  "Preface," xi-xiii. " " 2.  "Stanley Cavell and Contemporary Literary Theory," 1-9. " " 3.  "The Text as Object:  Literary Theory and External-World Skepticism," 10-35. " " 4.  "Reading the Human Figure:  Literary Theory and Other-Minds Skepticism," 36-79. " " 5.  "Skepticism, Tragedy, and the Comedy of Remarriage," 80-102. " " 6.  "Stanley Cavell's Romanticism," 103-124. " " 7.  "Literary Theory and the Flight from the Ordinary," 125-142. Fleming, Richard.  The  State of Philosophy:  An Invitation to a Reading in Three Parts of Stanley Cavell's The Claim of  Reason.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Press, Inc.], 1993.  The first book-length commentary on The Claim of Reason.  Includes:

" " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " Cavell." " " " "

Preface. Part One:  Introduction. " 1.  "Introduction:  The Avoidance of Cavell." Part Two:  The Body and Argument of The Claim of Reason. " 2.  "The Body of Part 1." " " Appendix I:  "The Argument of Part 1." " 3.  "The Body of Part 2." " " Appendix II:  "The Argument of Part 2." " 4.  "The Body of Part 3." " " Appendix III:  "The Argument of Part 3." " 5.  "The Body of Part 4." " " Appendix IV:  "The Argument of Part 4." " " Appendix V:  "The Argument of The Claim of Reason." Part Three:  The Spirit of The Claim of Reason. " 6.  "The Spirit of The Claim of Reason:  The Acknowledgment of End Remarks. Bibliography.

With Michael Payne, eds.  The Senses of Stanley Cavell.  Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell.   " Includes: 1.  Michael Payne, "Introduction," 13-20. 2.  James Conant,  "An Interview with Stanley Cavell," 21-72. 3.  Richard Eldridge, "'A Continuing Task':  Cavell and the Truth of Skepticism," 73-89. 4.  Timothy Gould, "Where the Action Is:  Stanley Cavell and the Skeptic's Activity," 90-115. 5.  Michael Fischer, "Stanley Cavell and Contemporary Literary Theory," 116-31. 6.  Richard P. Wheeler,  "Acknowledging Shakespeare:  Cavell and the Claim of the Human," 132-60. 7.  Dennis Des Chene, "In Touch with Art:  Cavell and His Critics on New Music," 161-74. 8.  William Rothman, "Hollywood Reconsidered:  Reflections on the Classical American Cinema," 175-85. 9.  Mary Devereaux, "Neighboring the World:  Movies as a Subject for Philosophy," 186-99. 10.  Inez Hedges, "Film Writing and the Experience of Limits," 200-13. 11.  Karen Hanson, "Being Doubted, Being Assured," 214-29. 12.  Arnold Davidson, "Beginning Cavell," 230-41. 13.  James Conant, "Must We Show What We Cannot Say?" 242-83. 14.  Richard Fleming, "A Literary Understanding of Philosophy:  Remarks on the Spirit of Cavell's The Claim of Reason," 284-310. 15.  Bucknell Review, "A Conversation with Stanley Cavell on Philosophy and Literature," 311-21.

16.  Peter S. Wasel [now 'Fosl'], "A Working Bibliography on Stanley Cavell," 322-34. Gehring, Wes D.  Screwball Comedy:  A Genre of Madcap Romance.  Contributions to the Study of Popular Culture 13.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1986. Goodman, Russell B.  American Philosophy and the Romantic Tradition.  New York:   Cambridge University Press, 1990. Hearne, Vicki.  Adam's Task:  Calling Animals by Name.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1986.  Contains new material and reprints Hearne's three Raritan articles as well as work appearing in Close-Up, Harper's, and The New Yorker . Jarvie, Ian Charles.  Philosophy of the Film:  Epistemology, Ontology, Aesthetics.  New York:  Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987. McGinn, Marie.  Sense and Certainty:  A Dissolution of Scepticism.  Oxford:  Basil Blackwell Ltd., 1989. Mulhall, Stephen.  Stanley Cavell:  Philosophy's Recounting of the Ordinary.  Oxford:   Oxford University Press, 1993.  The first comprehensive, book-length study of Cavell's work. Pitkin, Hanna Fenichel.  Wittgenstein and Justice:  On the Significance of Ludwig Wittgenstein for Social and Political Thought.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1972. Poague, Leland A.  Another Frank Capra.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press [forthcoming]. Smith, Joseph H. and William Kerrigan, eds.  Images in Our Souls:  Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. " " Includes: 1.  Joseph H. Smith, M.D., "Introduction," 1-10. 2.  Stanley Cavell, "Psychoanalysis and Cinema:  The Melodrama of the Unknown Woman."  A revised version of Cavell's Edith Weigert Lecture, sponsored by the Forum on Psychiatry and the Humanities, Washington School of Psychiatry.  Originally delivered 18 October 1985.  11-43.  This article incorporates material from "Freud and Philosophy:  A Fragment" (Critical Inquiry 13.2 (Winter, 1987), 386-93). 3.  Stanley Palombo, "Hitchcock's Vertigo:  The Dream Function in Film," 44-63.   Palombo is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at George Washington University Medical School. 4.  William Rothman, "Vertigo:  The Unknown Woman in Hitchcock," 64-81.  Rothman is Director of the International Honors Program on Film, Television and Social Change in Boston.

5.  Robert Winer, "Witnessing and Bearing Witness:  The Ontogeny of Encounter in the Films of Peter Weir," 82-108.  Winer is chair of the Psychoanalytic Family Therapy Training Program at the Washington School of Psychiatry. 6.  Timothy Gould, "Stanley Cavell and the Plight of the Ordinary," 109-36.  Gould is an assistant professor of philosophy at Metropolitan State College, Denver. 7.  Irving Schneider, "The Shows of Violence," 137-49.  Schneider is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at Georgetown University Medical School and on the faculty of the Washington School of Psychiatry. 8.  Micheline Klagsbrun Frank, "Kiss of the Spiderwoman," 150-68.  Klagsbrun Frank is a psychologist. 9.  Bruce H. Sklarew, "Ingmar Bergman's Cries and Whispers:  The Consequences of Preoedipal Developmental Disturbances," 169-82.  Sklarew is on the faculty of the Baltimore-District of Columbia Institute for Psychoanalysis and a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at Howard University. 10.  Stephen M. Weissman, "Chaplin's The Kid," 183-86.  Weissman is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at George Washington University Medical School. 11.  Karen Hanson, "Being Doubted, Being Assured," 187-201.  Hanson is an associate professor of philosophy at Indiana University. Vendler, Zeno.  Linguistics in Philosophy.  Ithaca, NY:  Cornell University Press, 1967.   See also Vendler's later article, "Philosophy of Language and Linguistic Philosophy" in Sprachphilosophie, edited by M. Dascal et al. (Amsterdam: De Gruyter, 1988). Doctoral Dissertations (Chronologically)

Fosl, Peter Stanley.  Skepticism and the Promise of Philosophy:  An Essay on the Pyrrhonism of David  Hume.  Emory University, 1992.  Directed by Donald W. Livingston. Friedlander, Eli.  Expressions of Judgment.  Harvard University, 1992.  Also addresses Kant, Rousseau, Wittgenstein, and Rawls. Maus, Fred Everett.  Humanism and Musical Experience.  Princeton University, 1990.   Also addresses:  Joseph Kerman, Edward T. Cone, Donald Davidson, Anthony Newcomb, Roland Barthes, Vladimir Propp, and Gerard Genette. Murphy, Patrick Martin.  The Perplexity of Desire:  Representation and Poetic Thinking in Shakespeare's Venus and Adonis and Love's Labor's Lost.  University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1989.  Directed by Richard P. Wheeler.  Also addresses:   Heidegger, Nietzsche, Copernicus, Austin, and Coleridge. Blair, June Ellen.  An Investigation of the Claim that Ordinary Language Philosophy Commits the Naturalistic Fallacy.  York University (Canada), 1988.

Frattali, Steven Vincent.  Across the Field:  Nature and Selfhood in the Poetry of Robert Frost.  State University of New York at Binghamton, 1988. Eisele, Thomas David.  Wittgenstein's Normative Naturalism:  The Point of His Practice.   University of Michigan, 1984. Mathison, Thomas Herbert.  Wittgenstein and the Limits of Ethical Questioning.  Yale University, 1984. Carrol, Noël Edward.  Some Philosophical Issues of Film Theory.  University of Illinois at Chicago, 1983.   See Chapter 2. Benfey, Christopher Edward Gerald.  Emily Dickinson and the Problem of Others.   Harvard University, 1983. Fleming, Richard.  Remarks on Reason.  University of Kansas, 1981.  Directed by Anthony C. Genova. Peterson, Norman Jay.  Photographic Art:  Analysis of the Medium and Theoretical Encroachment.  University of Colorado at Boulder, 1980. Articles, Anthology Contributions, and Chapter-length Studies (Alphabetically by Author)

Agassi, Joseph.  "Movies Seen Many Times."  Philosophy of the Social Sciences 8.4   (Canada) (December, 1978), 398-405. Anderson, Douglas R.  "American Loss in Cavell's Emerson."  Transactions of the Charles S. Pierce Society 29.1 (Winter, 1993), 69-89. Baker, Lynne Rudder.  "On the Very Idea of a Form of Life."  Inquiry 27.2-3  (July, 1984), 277-89. Barnett, W. E.  "The Rhetoric of Grammar:  Understanding Wittgenstein's Method."   Metaphilosophy 21.1-2 (1990), 43-66. Bates, Stanley.  "Skepticism and the Interpretation of Wittgenstein."  In Pursuits of Reason:  Essays in Honor of Stanley Cavell, edited by Ted Cohen, Paul Guyer, and Hilary Putnam, pp., 225-40.  Philosophical Inquiries, No. 2, edited by Kenneth Laine Ketner.  Lubbock, TX:  Texas Tech University Press, 1993.  See "Stanley Cavell:   Wittgenstein as a 'Friend of Finitude'," 234-38.

________.  "Movies Viewed:  Cavell on Medium and Motion Pictures."  In Aesthetics: A Critical Anthology, edited by George Dickie, Richard Sclafani, and Ronald Roblin, pp. 576-82.  2nd edition.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1989.  Preceded by Cavell, "Sights and Sounds:  from The World Viewed," 560-75.  St. Martin's issued an earlier edition of this volume in 1977 without Bates's essays. ________.  "Self and World in Walden."  The Thoreau Quarterly:  A Journal of Literary and Philosophical Studies 14.3-4 (Summer/Fall, 1982), 125-32.  This issue of The Thoreau Quarterly is devoted to Cavell's The Senses of Walden. ________.  "More on What We Say."  Metaphilosophy 3 (January, 1972), 1-24.  Defends Cavell against Fodor and Katz.  See The Philosophical Review 72.1 (1963) and 73.2 (1964). With Theodore Cohen.  "More on What We Say."  Metaphilosophy 3.1 (January, 1972), 1-24. Batkin, Norton T.  "Paul Strand's Photographs in Camera Work."  In Midwest Studies in Philosophy XVI:  Philosophy and the Arts, edited by Peter A. French, Theodore E. Uehling, Jr., & Howard K. Wettstein, pp. 314-51.   Notre Dame, IN:  University of Notre Dame Press, 1991. Beardsley, Monroe C.  "Comments" (on Cavell's "Music Discomposed").  In  Art, Mind, and Religion  (proceedings of the 1965 Oberlin Colloquium in Philosophy, 6th), edited by W. H. Capitan and D. D. Merrill, pp.  103-109.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1967.   Accompanying comments by Joseph Margolis, 98-102, and a rejoinder by Cavell, 110-32, which was later published in Must We Mean What We Say? as "A Matter of Meaning It," 213-37. Bearn, Gordon C. F. "Wittgenstein and the Uncanny."  Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 76.1 (Spring, 1993), 29-58. ________.  "Still Looking for Proof:  A Critique of Smith's Relativism."  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 49.4 (Fall, 1991) 297-306. ________. "Cavell, Wittgenstein, and Human Finitude."  In Philosophy of Religion, edited by Wolfgang Gambocz, pp. 95-97.  Proceedings of the 8th International Wittgenstein Symposium, Part II.  Wien:  Hölder-Pichler-Tempsky, 1984.  An abstract. Bernstein, Charles.  "Reading Cavell Reading Wittgenstein." Boundary 2:  A Journal of Postmodern Literature 9.2  (Winter, 1981), 295-306. ________.  [Excerpt from] "The Objects of Meaning:  Reading Cavell Reading Wittgenstein."  L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E 11 (New York: January, 1980).  Reprinted in The L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E  Book,  edited by Charles Bernstein and Bruce Andrews.   Carbondale:  Southern Illinois University Press, 1984.

Blocker, H. Gene.  "Pictures and Photographs."  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 36.2 (Winter, 1977), 155-62. Brudney, David.  "Knowledge and Silence:  The Golden Bowl and Moral Philosophy."   Critical Inquiry 16.2 (Winter, 1990), 397-437. Brunet, F.  "Emerson and the Invention of Photography."  Critique: Revue générale des publications française et étranger 48.541-42 (Juin-Juillet, 1992), 480-88.  French. Bruns, Gerald L.  "Response to Crewe and Conant."  Critical Inquiry 17.3 (Spring, 1991), 635-38. ________.  "Stanley Cavell's Shakespeare."  Critical Inquiry 16.3 (Spring, 1990), 612-32. ________.  "Dialogue and the Truth of Skepticism."  Religion and Literature 22 (Summer-Autumn, 1990), 85-91. ________.  "Tragic Thoughts at the End of Philosophy."  Soundings:  An Interdisciplinary Journal 72.4 (Winter, 1989), 693-724. ________.  "Wordsworth at the Limits of Romantic Hermeneutics."  Centennial Review 33.4 (Fall, 1989), 393-418. ________.  "Between Philosophy and Literature:  Theory, Practice, and Significance in Literary Study."  Renascence:  Essays on Values in Literature 41.4 (Summer, 1989), 233-51. Budick, Emily Miller.  "Sacvan Bercovitch, Stanley Cavell, and the Romance Theory of American Fiction."  PMLA (Publications  of the Modern Language Association) 107.1 (January, 1992), 78-91.  From an issue devoted to the topic of the Theory of Literary History, edited by John W. Kronik. Cantor, Jay.  "On Stanley Cavell."  Raritan:  A Quarterly Review 1.1  (Summer, 1981), 48-67. Charles, Daniel.  "Emerson selon Charles Ives."  Critique: Revue générale des publications française et étranger 48.541-42 (Juin-Juillet, 1992), 513-34.  French. Chauvire, Christiane.  "De la difficulté d'hériter en philosophie:  Emerson, Cavell et la philosophie en Amérique."  Critique: Revue générale des publications française et étranger 48.541-42 (Juin-Juillet, 1992), 428-34.  French. Clarke, Thompson.  "The Legacy of Skepticism."  The Journal of Philosophy 69.20 (November, 1972), 754-69.  A seminal article for Cavell's thought.

Conant, James.  "On Bruns, on Cavell."  Critical Inquiry 17.3 (Spring, 1991), 616-34. ________, ed.  "Introduction" to  Realism with a Human Face, pp. xv-lxxiv.   Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 1990.  This volume is a collection of work by Hilary Putnam.  See especially Conant's remarks on "Education for Grownups," pp. lvii-lxxiv, li ff. ________.  "Must We Show What We Cannot Say?"  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 242-83.  Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This book is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. Conlon, James J.  "Stanley Cavell and the Predicament of Philosophy."  Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 57 (1983), 88-97. Cook, John.  "The Illusion of Aberrant Speakers."  Philosophical Investigations  5.3   (July, 1982), 215-26. Crewe, J.  "Gerald Bruns's Cavell."  Critical Inquiry 17.3 (Spring, 1991), 609-15. Curley, Edwin.  "Cavell and the Comedy of Remarriage."  Philosophy Research Archives 14 (1988-89), 581 - 603. Danto, Arthur C.  "Philosophy and/as Film and/as if Philosophy."  October 23 (1982), 4-10. Davidson, Arnold.  "Beginning Cavell."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 230-41.  Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:   Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. Des Chene, Dennis.  "In Touch with Art:  Cavell and His Critics on New Music."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 161-74.   Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. Deutelbaum, Marshall and Leland A. Poague.  "Introduction."  In Poague and Deutelbaum's A Hitchcock Reader.  Ames:  Iowa State University Press, 1986.  xi-xvii.   And see the introductory remarks preceding each of the book's five main "Parts":  1-6; 63-66; 135-40; 183-92; 305-10.

Devereaux, Mary.  "Neighboring the World:  Movies as a Subject for Philosophy."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 186-99.   Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. Diamond, Cora.  "Losing Your Concepts."  Ethics 98 (January, 1988), 255-77.  Also discusses MacIntyre, Stevenson, and virtues ethics. Eisele, Thomas David.  "Hegelian Vanity, Common Law Humility:  On Legal Theory, Its Expression and Its Criticism."  Cardozo Law Review 10  (March/April, 1989), 915-47. ________.  "The Activity of Being a Lawyer:  The Imaginative Pursuit of Implications and Possibilities."  Tennessee Law Review 54  (Winter, 1987), 345-89. ________.  "The Apocalypse of Beckett's Endgame."  Cross Currents 26 (Spring, 1976), 11-32. ________.  "The Legal Imagination and Language:  A Philosophical Criticism."   Colorado Law Review 47 (Spring, 1976),  363-420. Eldridge, Richard.  "'A Continuing Task': Cavell and the Truth of Skepticism."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 73-89.   Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. ________.  "The Normal and the Normative:  Wittgenstein's Legacy, Kripke, and Cavell."  Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 46.4 (June, 1986), 555-75. ________. "Philosophy and the Achievement of Community:  Rorty, Cavell and Criticism."  Metaphilosophy 14.2 (April, 1983), 107-25. Fallon, R. H.  "A Constructivist Coherence Theory of Constitutional Interpretation."   Harvard Law Review 100.6 (1987), 1189-286. Fandozzi, Phillip R.  "Art in a Technological Society."  In  Research in Philosophy and Technology 2,  edited by Paul T. Durbin (with Carl Mitcham), pp. 111-18.  Greenwich, CT:  Jai Press Inc., 1979.  This volume is one of the official annual publications of The Society for Philosophy and Technology. Fingarette, Herbert.  "How Normativeness Can Be Cognitive but Not Descriptive in Dewey's Theory of Valuation."  The Journal of Philosophy 48.21 (October, 1951), 625-35.

Fisher, John Andrew.  "Aberrant Speakers and Linguistic Philosophy:  A Reconsideration of the Dialogue between Cavell and the Baker."  Philosophical Investigations 4.4 (Fall, 1981), 24-44. Fischer, Kurt Rudolf, "Die Spätphilosophie Wittgensteins in den Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika."  Miscellanea Bulgarica 6 (1989), 101-11.  From a volume entitled, Ludwig Wittgenstein und die Philosophie des 20. Jahrhunderts, edited by Herta Nagl-Docekal (Wien); a publication of the Bulgarisches Forschungsinstitut in Österreich.      Fischer, Michael R.  "The American Novel:  Walden and the Politics of Contemporary Literary Theory."  In New Essays on Walden, edited by Robert F. Sayre, pp. 95-113.   Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1992. ________.  "Coleridge on Wordsworth:  The Authority of Ordinary Language."   Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 75.4 (Winter, 1992), 555-69. ________.  "Wordsworth and the Recovery of Hope."  Philosophy and Literature 16.2 (October, 1992), 292-303. ________.  "Stanley Cavell and Contemporary Literary Theory."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 116-31.  Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:   Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. ________.  "Stanley Cavell's Wittgenstein."  In Redrawing the Lines:  Analytic Philosophy, Deconstruction, and Literary Theory, edited by Reed Way Dasenbrock, pp. 49-60.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1989. ________.  "Accepting the Romantics as Philosophers."  Philosophy and Literature 12.2 (October, 1988), 179-89. ________.  "Speech and Writing in The Senses of Walden."  Soundings:  An Interdisciplinary Journal 68.3 (Fall, 1985), 388-403. Fleming, Richard.  "Continuing Cavell."  In [TITLE:  Cavell Reading Emerson, Wittgenstein, Austin, and Derrida], edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, [PAGES].  Oxford:  Basil Blackwell, Ltd, [YEAR].  With an appendix, "The Subtext for Continuing Cavell," [PAGES].  ________.  "A Literary Understanding of Philosophy:  Remarks on the Spirit of Cavell's The Claim of Reason."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 284-310.  Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated

University Presses], 1989.  This book is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. Fodor, Jerry A.  "On Knowing What We Would Say."  The Philosophical Review 73.2 (April, 1964), 198-212. ________  with Jerrold J. Katz.  "The Availability of What We Say."  The Philosophical Review 72.1 (January, 1963), 57-71. Freeland, Cynthia A.  "Revealing Gendered Texts."  Philosophy and Literature 15 (1991), 40-58. Freinkel, Lisa.  "Reading's Response."  Qui Parle:  A Journal of Literary and Critical Studies 3.1 (Spring, 1991), 1-23. Friedman, P. L.  "The Availability of Ordinary-Language Philosophy."  Man and World 2.3 (August, 1969), 410-22. Garber, Frederick.  "Thoreau's Ladder of Alertness."  The Thoreau Quarterly:  A Journal of Literary and Philosophical Studies 14.3-4 (Summer-Fall, 1982), 111-24. Gehring, Wes D.  "Bibliographic Overview."  In Handbook of American Film Genres, edited by Wes D. Gehring, pp. 115-24.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1988.   ________.  "Screwball Comedy:  An Overview."  Journal of Popular Film and Television 13.4 (Winter, 1985), 178-85. Goldfarb, Warren D.  "Kripke on Wittgenstein on Rules."  The Journal of Philosophy 82.9 (September, 1985), 471-88. ________.  "'I Want You to Bring Me a Slab':  Remarks On the Opening Sections of the Philosophical Investigations."  Synthese 56 (Spring, 1983), 265-82. Goodman, Russell B.  "Cavell and the Problem of Other Minds."  Philosophical Topics 13.2 (Spring, 1985), 43-52. Gordon, Lorenne M.  "The Range of Application of 'Voluntary,' 'Not Voluntary' and 'Involuntary'."  Analysis 26.5 (April, 1966), 149-52. Gottlieb, Sidney.  "From Heroine to Brat:  Frank Capra's Adaptation of Night Bus (It Happened One Night)."  Literature/Film Quarterly 16.2 (1988), 129-36. Gould, Timothy.  "Emerson's Words, Nietzsche's Writing."  International Studies in Philosophy 24.2 (1992), 21-32.

________.  "Aftermaths of the Modern:  The Exclusions of Philosophy in Richard Rorty, Jacques Derrida, and Stanley Cavell." In After the Future:  Postmodern Times and Places, edited by Gary Shapiro, pp. 135-53.  Contemporary Studies in Philosophy and Literature 2.  Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press, 1990. ________.  "Where the Action Is:  Stanley Cavell and the Skeptic's Activity."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 90-115.   Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. ________.  "Stanley Cavell and the Plight of the Ordinary."  In  Images in Our Souls:   Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp. 109-36.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. ________.  "Reading On:  Walden's Labor of Succession."  The Thoreau Quarterly:  A Journal of Literary and Philosophical Studies 16.4 (Fall, 1984), 119-36. Graham, Kenneth J. E. "'Without the form of justice':  Plainness and the Performance of Love in King Lear."  Shakespeare Quarterly 42.1-4 (Winter, 1991), 438-61. Gross, Kenneth.  "Slander and Skepticism in Othello."  ELH [Journal of English Literary History]  56.1 (Spring, 1989), 819-52. Guetti, James.  "Idling Rules:  The Importance of Part II of Philosophical Investigations."   Philosophical Investigations 16.3 (July, 1993), 179-97.  See also Guetti's Wittgenstein and the Grammar of Literary Experience (Athens, GA:  The University of Georgia Press, 1993). Hanson, Karen.  "Being Doubted, Being Assured." In Images in Our Souls:  Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp. 187-201.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987.  Reprinted in The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 214-29.  Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. ________.  "Sounding the Philosophic Voice."  The Thoreau Quarterly:  A Journal of Literary and Philosophical Studies 14.3-4 (Summer-Fall, 1982), 103-10. Harcourt, Peter.  "Isolated Intellectuals:  American Academics in search of an audience."   Humanities Association Review [Revue de l'Association des humanities] (Canada) 30.3   (Summer, 1979), 209-15.  Addresses  The World Viewed  (1971) as well as works by:

Gerald Mast (Film/Cinema/Movie:  A Theory of Experience  [1977]), Bruce Kawin (Mindscreen:  Bergman, Godard, and First-Person Film [ [1978]), Seymour Chatman (Story and Discourse:  Narrative Structure in Fiction and Film [1978]), George Linden (Reflections on the Screen), and Peter Harcourt (Six European Directors [1974]). Harrison, Robert Pogue.  "The Woods of Walden."  In Section 5, "Dwelling," of Harrison's Forests:  The Shadow of Civilization.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press, 1992.  220-32.  Also appearing as, "Thoreau et les bois de Walden,"  Critique 48.541-42 (Juin-Juillet, 1992), 449-51;  extracted from Forets: Essai sur l'imaginaire occidental (Paris:  Flammarion, 1992), translated by Florence Naugrette.   Hearne, Vicki.  "Tracking Dogs, Sensitive Horses, and the Traces of Speech."  Raritan:   A Quarterly Review 5.4 (Spring, 1986), 1-35. ________.  "How to Say 'Fetch!' "  Raritan:  A Quarterly Review 3.2 (Fall, 1983), 1-33. ________.  "Talking with Dogs, Chimps, and Others."  Raritan: A Quarterly Review 2.1 (Summer, 1982),  71-91. Hedges, Inez.  "Film Writing and the Poetics of Silence." In Hedges's Breaking the Frame:  Film Language and the Experience of Limits, pp. 18-31.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1991.  See also p. 154n27.  An earlier version printed in The Senses of Stanley Cavell (Bucknell Review 32.1 [1989]), edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 200-13. Henson, Richard G.  "What We Say."  American Philosophical Quarterly 2.1 (January, 1965), 52-62. Hills, David.  "Cavell on Expression."  The Journal of Philosophy 77.11 (November, 1980), 745-46.    An abstract of a paper delivered at an American Philosophical Association symposium on The Claim of Reason;  Barry Stroud, co-symposiast. Hollander, John.  "Stanley Cavell and The Claim of Reason."  Critical Inquiry 6.4 (Summer, 1980), 575-88.  Reply by Cavell, 589-91. Honig, B.  "Rawls on Politics and Punishment."  Political Research Quarterly 46.1 (March, 1993), 99-125. Howarth, William.  "On Reading Walden."  The Thoreau Quarterly:  A Journal of Literary and Philosophical Studies 14.3-4 (Summer-Fall, 1982), 133-40. Hoy, David C.  "Must We Say What We Mean?  The Grammatological Critique."  In Hermeneutics and Modern Philosophy, edited by B. Wachterhauser, pp. 397-415.   Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press, 1986.

________.  "Must We Say What We Mean?"  Review of the University of Ottawa 50.3-4 (July & October, 1980), 411-26. Hughes, Peter.  "Painting the Ghost:  Wittgenstein, Shakespeare, and Textual Representation."  New Literary History:  A Journal of Theory & Interpretation 19.2 (Winter, 1988), 371-84.  From an issue devoted to the topic of "Wittgenstein and Literary Theory." Hustwit, Ronald E.  "Understanding a Suggestion of Professor Cavell's:  Kierkegaard's Religious Stage as a Wittgensteinian 'Form of Life'."  Philosophy Research Archives 4.1271 (1978), 329-47 (D-3, F-3). Jacobson, David.  "Vision's Imperative:  'Self Reliance' and the Command to See Things as They Are."  Studies in Romanticism 29.4 (Winter, 1990), 555-70. Jarvie, Ian.  "Philosophic Dialogue on Film:  A Screen Treatment."  Post Script:  Essays in Film and the Humanities  6.1 (Fall, 1986), 5-31. Kastely, James L.  "Convention, Necessity, and the Concept of Literature."  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 45.3 (Spring, 1987), 285-95. Keane, Marian.  "The Authority of Connection in Stanley Cavell's Pursuits of Happiness."  Journal of Popular Film and Television 13.3 (Fall, 1985), 139-50. Kelemen, Janos.  Valosas 15.10  (1972), 111-13.  In this Hungarian journal's review of Philosophy and Linguistics,  edited by Colin Lyas (London: Macmillan, 1971), Kelemen discusses Cavell's "Must We Mean What We Say?" Klagsbrun Frank, Micheline.  "Kiss of the Spiderwoman." In  Images in Our Souls:   Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp. 150-68.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Lackey, Douglas P.  "Reflections on Cavell's Ontology of Film."  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 32.2 (Winter, 1973), 271-73.  Also addresses Panofsky and Bazin. Laugier, Sandra.  "Emerson et le Cinéma." Critique:  Revue générale des publications française et étranger 48.541-42 (June-July, 1992), 493-512.  French. Lesser, Wendy.  "Stanwyck."  Chapter Ten of Lesser's His Other Half:  Men Looking at Women Through Art, pp. 225-61.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 1991.  See also pp. 84, 85, 123. Luban, D.  "Legal Modernism."  Michigan Law Review 84.8 (1986), 1656-95.

Mankin, Robert.  "An Introduction to The Claim of Reason."  Salmagundi:  A Quarterly of the Humanities and Social Sciences 67 (1985), 66-89. Margolis, Joseph.  "Comments" (on Cavell's "Music Discomposed").  In  Art, Mind, and Religion; Proceedings  (proceedings of the 1965 Oberlin Colloquium in Philosophy, 6th), edited by W. H. Capitan and D. D. Merrill, pp. 98-102.   Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1967.  Accompanying comments by Monroe C. Beardsley, 103-109, and a rejoinder by Cavell, 110-32, which was later published in Must We Mean What We Say? as "A Matter of Meaning It," 213-37. Mates, Benson.  "On the Verification of Statements about Ordinary Language."  Inquiry 1.3 (Autumn, 1958), 161-71.  Cavell's "Must We Mean What We Say?" is largely a response to this article. Mayerle, J.  "Character Shaping Genre in Cagney and Lacey."  Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 31.2 (1987), 133-51. McFee, Graham.  "Criticism and Perception."  The British Journal of Aesthetics 26.2-3 (Winter, 1986), 26-38. ________.  "'Adam Made Me'."  The British Journal of Aesthetics 18.4 (Autumn, 1978), 373-77. Melville, Stephen W.  "Just Between Us."  Philosophy Today 36.4 (Winter, 1992), 367-76.  Principally addresses Jacques Lyotard and also Martha C. Nussbaum. ________.  Philosophy Beside Itself:  On Deconstruction and Modernism.  Minneapolis:   University of Minnesota Press, 1986.  See 17-33. ________.  "Sexuality and Convention:  On the Situation of Psychoanalysis."   Substance:  A Review of Theory and Literary Criticism 15.2 (50) (1986), 75-92. ________.  "Notes on the Reemergence of Allegory, the Forgetting of Modernism, the Necessity of Rhetoric, and the Conditions of Publicity in Art and Criticism."  October 1981.19 (Winter, 1981), 55-92. Minow, M.  "When Difference Has Its Home:  Group Homes for the Mentally-Retarded, Equal-Protection and Legal Treatment of Difference."  Harvard Civil Rights/Civil Liberties Law Review 22.1 (1987), 111-89. Modleski, Tania.  "Postmortem on Postfeminism."  Chapter One of Modleski's  Feminism Without Women:  Culture and Criticism in a "Post-feminist" Age, pp. 8-11.  New York:   Routledge &  Kegan Paul, 1991. ________.  Editorial Note.  Critical Inquiry 17.1 (Autumn, 1990), 237-38.  Criticizes Cavell's pair of essays, "Ugly Duckling, Funny Butterfly:  Bette Davis and Now,

Voyager," and "Postscript (1989):  To Whom it May Concern" (Critical Inquiry 16.2 [Winter, 1990], 213-89).  Followed by a reply from Cavell, 238-44. Nagl, Ludwig.  "Post-analytisches Philosophieren:  Motive, Genese, Grenzen."  In Glückliches Babel. Beiträge zur Postmoderne Diskussion, edited by Thomas Hübel, pp. 123-47.  Wien, 1991.  See especially, 128-31. ________.  "Wittgenstein und die Postmoderene."  In Wittgensteins Einfluß auf die Kultur der Gegenwart, edited by Fritz Wallner and Arne Haselbach, pp. 45-69.  Wien, 1990.  See especially, 61ff. ________.  "Das neue (post-analytische?) Interesse an der prä-analytischen philosophie."  Philosophische Rundschau ß37.4 (1990), 257-70. ________.  "Neue Tendenzen in der amerikanischen Philosophie:  Die Wiederentdeckung des Pragmatismus (Rorty); der amerikanische Poststrukturalismus (Yale Deconstructivism); Stanley Cavell und sine 'Schule' (Jay Cantor; die Zeitschrift 'Raritan')."  Zeitschrift für Didaktik der Philosophie 2 (1984), 119-21. ________.  "Stanley Cavells Versuch, die Tiefengrammatik des Films zu entschlüsseln."   Zeitschrift für Didaktik der Philosophie 2.4 (Mai, 1982), 121-23. Neale, Steve and Frank Krutnik.  "The Comedy of the Sexes."  In Popular Film and Television Comedy, pp. 132-73.  London:  Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1990.  Neill, Alex.  "Kinship and Separation in Cavell's Pursuits of Happiness."  Philosophy and Literature 11.1 (April, 1987), 136-47. Neilsen, Kai.  "On There Being Philosophical Knowledge."  Theoria 56 (1990), 193-225.   Reprinted in Philosophical Investigations 15.2 (April, 1992), 147-77. Palombo, Stanley.  "Hitchcock's Vertigo:  The Dream Function in Film."  In  Images in Our Souls:  Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp. 44-63.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Pappas, Nickolas.  "Knowing and Saying that I Know."  Philosophy 66 (1991), 487-502. ________.  "Authorship and Authority."  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 47.4 (Fall, 1979), 325-32. Payne, Michael.  "Introduction" to Cavell Thinking: Reading Emerson, Wittgenstein, Austin, and Derrida, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, [PAGES].  Oxford:   Basil Blackwell, Ltd., [YEAR].  

________.  "Introduction."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 13-20.  Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. Poague, Leland A.  "Engendering Vertigo."  [Forthcoming.]  To be published in a museum catalogue in connection with a retrospective on Pedro Almodovar, curated by Christian Leigh. ________.  "Cavell and the Fantasy of Criticism:  Shakespearean Comedy and Ball of Fire."  CineAction! 9 (Summer, 1987), 47-55. ________.  "Pursuits of Happiness:  Cavell and Film Criticism."  Film Criticism 7.2 (1983), 53-62. Polan, Dana.  "The Felicity of Ideology:  Speech Acts and the 'Happy Ending' in American Films of the 1940s."  Iris 3.1 (1985), 35-45. Pultz, John.  "Equivalence, Symbolism, and Minor White's Way into the Language of Photography."   Record of the Art Museum [Princeton University] 39.1-2 (1980), 28-39. Putnam, Hilary.  "Preface:  Introducing Cavell."  In Pursuits of Reason:  Essays in Honor of Stanley Cavell, edited by Ted Cohen, Paul Guyer, and Hilary Putnam, pp., vii-xii.   Philosophical Inquiries, No. 2, edited by Kenneth Laine Ketner.  Lubbock, TX:  Texas Tech University Press, 1993.  Richman, Robert. "On the Philosophical Significance of What We Say."  Philosophical Studies 17.1-2 (January-February, 1966), 21-27. Riss, Arthur.  "The Belly Politic:  Coriolanus and the Revolt of Language."  ELH [English Literary History] 59.1 (Spring, 1992), 53-75. Rorty, Richard.  Consequences of Pragmatism.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1982.  See "Cavell on Skepticism," 176ff.  This chapter is largely culled from Rorty's review of The Claim of Reason, "From Epistemology to Romance:  Cavell on Skepticism" (The Review of Metaphysics 34.4 [June, 1981], 759-74).  Ross, Stephanie.  "Chance, Constraint, and Creativity:  The Awfulness of Modern Music."  The Journal of Aesthetic Education 19.3 (Fall, 1985), 21-35.  Also addresses the composer, Ernst Krenek. Roth, Marty.  "Slap-Happiness:  The Erotic Contract of His Girl Friday." Screen: Incorporating Screen Education 30.1-2 (Winter-Spring, 1989), 160-75.

Rothman, William.  "Cavell's Creation."  In Pursuits of Reason:  Essays in Honor of Stanley Cavell, edited by Ted Cohen, Paul Guyer, and Hilary Putnam, pp., 345-60.   Philosophical Inquiries, No. 2, edited by Kenneth Laine Ketner.  Lubbock, TX:  Texas Tech University Press, 1993. ________.  "Hollywood and the Rise of Suburbia."  East-West Film Journal 3.2 (June, 1989), 96-105.   ________.  "Hollywood Reconsidered:  Reflections on the Classical American Cinema."   In Rothman's The "I" of the Camera:  Essays in Film Criticism, History, and Aesthetics, pp. 1-10.  Cambridge Studies in Film, edited by William Rothman and Henry Breitrose.   Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1988.  See also Chapters VII ("Pathos and Transfiguration in the Face of the Camera:  A Reading of Stella Dallas"), IX ("Howard Hawks and Bringing Up Baby"), and XIV ("North by Northwest:  Hitchcock's Monument to the Hitchcock Film"). ________.  "Vertigo:  The Unknown Woman in Hitchcock."  In Images in Our Souls: Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp. 64-81.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. ________.  "Hollywood Reconsidered:  Reflections on the Classical American Cinema."   East-West Film Journal 1.1 (December, 1986), 36-47.  Reprinted in The Senses of Stanley Cavell (Bucknell Review 32.1 [1989]), edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 175-85. Rubenstein, Elliot.  "The Home Fires:  Aspects of Sturges's Wartime Comedy."   Quarterly Review of Film Studies 7.2 (Spring, 1982), 131-41. Schiffer, Stephen.  "On Saying and Being."  Analysis 25.3 (January, 1965) (Supplement), 94-98. Scheman, Naomi.  "Missing Mothers/Desiring Daughters:  Framing the Sight of Women."  Critical Inquiry 15.1 (Autumn, 1988), 62-89. ________.  "Othello's Doubt/Desdemona's Death:  The Engendering of Scepticism."  In Power/Gender/Values, edited by Judith Genova, pp.  113-33.  Edmonton, Alberta:   Academic Printing & Publishing, 1987.  With a reply by Roger A. Shiner, "Commentary:   Masculizing the Problem of Scepticism," 135-42.  This volume collects papers presented at the eleventh annual meeting of the International Association of Philosophy and Literature (IAPL) at the University of Washington, Seattle, 1-4 May 1986.  Reprinted in Pursuits of Reason (1993), edited by Cohen, Guyer, and Putnam, 161-76. Schneider, Irving.  "The Shows of Violence."  In Images in Our Souls: Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp.

137-49.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Schultz, Robert A.  "Sense and Reference in the Languages of Art."  Philosophical Studies 28.2 (August, 1975), 77-89. Scott, Stanley J.  "Neighboring Reality:  Stanley Cavell and the Experience of Walden."   The Thoreau Quarterly:  A Journal of Literary and Philosophical Studies 14.3-4 (Summer-Fall, 1982), 141-50. Shiner, Roger A.  "Getting to Know You."  Philosophy and Literature 9.1 (April, 1985), 80-94. ________.  "From Epistemology to Romance via Wisdom."  In  Philosophy and Life:   Essays on John Wisdom,  edited by Ilham Dilman, pp. 291-315.  The Hague:  Martinus Nijhoff, 1984. ________. "Canfield, Cavell and Criteria."  Dialogue:  Canadian Philosophical  Review 22.2 (June, 1983), 253-72. ________.  "Showing, Saying and Jumping."  Dialogue:  Canadian Philosophical Review 21 (1982), 625-46. Shumway, David R.  "Screwball Comedies:  Constructing Romance, Mystifying Marriage."  Cinema Journal 30.4 (Summer, 1991), 7-23. Sklarew, Bruce H.  "Ingmar Bergman's Cries and Whispers:  The Consequences of Preoedipal Developmental Disturbances."  In Images in Our Souls: Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp. 169-82.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Smith, Joseph H.  "Introduction" to Images in Our Souls:  Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp. 1-10.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Spann, G. A.  "Secret Rights."  Minnesota Law Review 71.3 (1987), 669-722. Sparshott, F. E.  "Cavell, Pincus and Others:  An Uninformed Commentary."  Quarterly Review of Film Studies 2.2 (May, 1977), 185-205.  A response, partially, to Cavell's "Film in the University or Leopards in Connecticut."  Delivered at the CUNY-NEH Conference on Film and the University held at the CUNY Graduate Center, 15-18 July 1975.  Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty.  "The Politics of Interpretations."  Critical Inquiry 9.1 (September, 1982), 259-78.

Strauber, I. L.  "The Rhetoric of An Ordinary Political Argument:  Liberalism and Zionism."  Western Political Quarterly 39.4 (1986), 603-22. Stroud, Barry.  "Coda:  The Quest for a Diagnosis."  Chapter VII of Stroud's The Significance of Philosophical Scepticism.  Oxford:  The Clarendon Press, 1984.  This chapter is largely extracted from Stroud's article "Reasonable Claims:  Cavell and the Tradition," The Journal of Philosophy 77.11 (November, 1980),  731-44.  ________.  "Reasonable Claims:  Cavell and the Tradition."  The Journal of Philosophy 77.11 (November, 1980), 731-44. Szabados, Béla.  "Autobiography after Wittgenstein."  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 50.1 (Winter, 1992), 1-12. Temkin, Jack.  "Wittgenstein on Criteria and Other Minds."  Southern Journal of Philosophy 28.4 (1990), 561-93.  Cavell mentioned only in passing, but a useful survey of the topic. Todorov, Tzvetan. "Crimes Against Humanities:  The  Cure for the Curriculum Crisis:   What culture(s) teachers should teach, and why."  The New Republic  201.1 (3 July 1989)  26-30.  See 28. Tennessen, Herman.  "Ordinary Language 'In Memoriam'."  Inquiry 8.3 (Autumn, 1965), 225-48. ________.  "Permissible and Impermissible Locutions."  In Logic and Language:   Studies Dedicated to Professor Rudolf Carnap on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday.  Synthese Library, edited by B. H. Kazemier and D. Vuysje, pp. 220-83.   Dordrecht, The Netherlands: D. Reidel Publishing Co., 1962.  Originally read before the American Philosophical Association in New Haven, Connecticut, 29 December 1960. Thompson, Caleb.  "Philosophy and Corruption of Language."  Philosophy 67.259 (January, 1992), 19-31.  Also addresses Orwell, Weil, des Pres, and logical positivism. Thomson, David.  "Falling in Love Again:  Divorce and Remarriage in the Movies."  Film Comment 18.2 (March-April, 1982), 9-17. Varnendoe, J. K. T.  "Artifact or Fact Art:  Transparent Problems in Photography."  Arts Magazine 49.10  (June, 1975), 60-63. Walker, William.  "Pamela and Skepticism."  Eighteenth-Century Life 16.3 (November, 1992), 68-85.  See especially Section V, 81ff. Weissman, Stephen M.  "Chaplin's The Kid."  In Images in Our Souls: Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp.

183-86.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Wheeler, Richard P.  "Acknowledging Shakespeare:  Cavell and the Claim of the Human."  In The Senses of Stanley Cavell, edited by Richard Fleming and Michael Payne, pp. 132-60.  Bucknell Review:  A Scholarly Journal of Letters, Arts and Sciences 32.1.  Lewisburg, PA:  Bucknell University Press [London:  Associated University Presses], 1989.  This volume is a special edition of the Bucknell Review devoted to the work of Stanley Cavell. Whiteman, J.  "That Skepticism Might Be a Place:  Building, Theory, and tragedy in the Play of Architectural Practice."  Perspecta:  The Yale Architectural Journal 27 (1992), 41-51. Wilson, George.  Remarks in Wilson's Narration in Light:  Studies in Cinematic Point of View.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986.  Some of these remarks are also published in MLN. Winer, Robert.  "Witnessing and Bearing Witness:  The Ontogeny of Encounter in the Films of Peter Weir."  In  Images in Our Souls:  Cavell, Psychoanalysis and Cinema, edited by Joseph H. Smith and William Kerrigan, pp. 81-108.  Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Book Reviews & Review Essays

Conditions Handsome and Unhandsome:  The Constitution of Emersonian Perfectionism.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press, 1990. Dedijn, H.  Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 54.1 (March, 1992), 138-39. Goldsmith, Francisca. Library Journal 115.11 (15 June 1990), 115. Krajewski, Bruce.  Philosophy and Literature 17.1 (April, 1993), 156-58. Munk, Linda. "The Uses of Emerson." Canadian Review of American Studies 22.1 (1991), 83-89.  Also reviews Len Gougeon's Virtue's Hero:  Emerson, Anti-Slavery, and Reform (Athens, GA:  University of Georgia Press, 1990) and collections of Emerson's work edited by Albert J. von Frank, Eleanor M. Tilton, and Teresa Toulouse and Andrew Delbanco. Worley, S.  American Literature 64.2 (June, 1992), 371-72.

This New Yet Unapproachable America:  Lectures after Emerson after Wittgenstein.   Albequerque:  Living Batch Press [Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press], 1989. Bergmann, H.  Nineteenth Century Prose 17.2 (Summer, 1990), 63-65. Dove, Charles.  MLN (Modern Language Notes) 104.5 [Comparative Literature] (December, 1989), 1181-83. Henderson, Greig E.  "In Search of the Ordinary:  Leading Words Home."  University of Toronto Quarterly 59.3 (Spring, 1990), 442-48.  Also reviews Michael Fischer's Stanley Cavell and Literary Skepticism (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1989). University Press Book News 1 (September, 1989), 3. Disowning Knowledge in Six Plays of Shakespeare. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1987. Bock, J.  Theater Studies  53 (1990), 67-68. Honan, Park.  Notes and Queries:  For readers, writers, collectors and librarians 36.1 [New Series] (March, 1989), 101-102.  [Continuing Series, vol. 234.]  Also reviews Barbara Parker's A Precious Seeing:  Love and Reason in Shakespeare's Plays (New York:  New York University Press, 1987). Lobsien, E.  Anglia Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie 109.3-4 (1991), 512-14. Monsarrat, Gilles.  Etudes Anglaises 42.4 (Octobre-Decembre, 1989), 467-68. Murray, Timothy.  MLN (Modern Language Notes) 105.5 [Comparative Literature] (December, 1990), 1080-85. Strier, Richard.  Shakespeare Quarterly 41.1 (Spring, 1990), 124-27. White, R. S.  Shakespeare Survey:  An Annual Survey of Shakespeare Studies and Production 42 (1989), 171-72.  Edited by Stanley Wells.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 1990.  

In Quest of the Ordinary:  Lines of Skepticism and Romanticism.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press, 1988.

Dove, Charles.  MLN (Modern Language Notes) 104.5 [Comparative Literature] (December, 1989), 1181-83. Eldridge, Richard.  "Romantic Rebirth in a Secular Age:  Cavell's Aversive Exertions."   Journal of Religion 71.3 (July, 1991), 410-18. Goldsmith, Francisca.  Library Journal 114 (January, 1989), 88. Krajewski, Bruce.  The Review of Metaphysics 43.2 (December, 1989), 393-94. Reck, Andrew. Canadian Philosophical Reviews 11 (April, 1991), 94-96. Rorty, Richard.  "The Philosophy of the Oddball."  The New Republic 200.25 (19 June 1989), 38-41. Steiner, George.  "Wording Our World."  The New Yorker  65.18 (19 June 1989), 97-99. Steiner, W.  Times Literary Supplement 4504 (28 July 1989), 817. University Press Book News 1 (June, 1989), 21.

" Themes Out of School:  Effects and Causes.  San Francisco:  North Point Press, 1984. Davidson, Arnold.  "The Spirit in which Things Are Said."  London Review of Books 6.24 (December 20, 1984), 17-18. Hodge, Joanna Marrack.  The British Journal of Aesthetics  26.4 (Autumn, 1986), 404-406.  Also reviews Paul Ziff's Antiaesthetics:  An Appreciation of the Cow with the Subtile Nose (D. Riedl, 1984). Lesser, Wendy.  "In Praise of the Ordinary."  Threepenny Review 5 (Winter, 1985), 9. Parini, Jay.  "The Importance of Stanley Cavell."  The Hudson Review 38.1 (Spring, 1985), 115-19. Publisher's Weekly 225.15 (April 13, 1984), 56. University Press Book News 1 (March, 1989), 3. Wexler, Eric.  Booklist 80.18 (May 15, 1984), 1287.

Pursuits of Happiness:  The Hollywood Comedy of Remarriage.  Cambridge , MA:   Harvard University Press, 1981. Anderegg, M. A.  Michigan Quarterly Review 23 (Spring, 1984), 281. Carrol, Noël.  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 41.2 (Fall, 1982), 103-106. Chappel, F.  Southern Humanities Review 17  (Spring, 1983), 350. Davis, Hope Hale.  "Bringing Up Baby and Others."  New Leader 65.7 (April 5, 1982), 21-23. Eldridge, Richard.  Philosophy and Literature 7 (April, 1983), 140. Hawthorn, Geoffrey.  "Green Films."  London Review of Books 4.6 (1 April 1982), 14. Henderson, Brian.  "Harvard Film Studies:  A Review."  Film Quarterly 35.4 (Summer, 1982), 22-34. Kakutani, Michiko.  New York Times 131.45219 (9 February 1982), C-8.  Kirkus Reviews 49.18 (September 15, 1981), 1190. Lavalley, Al.  "Bringing Up Screwball."  American Film 7.4 (January, 1982), 66-70. Lesser, Wendy.  "Waking from the American Dream." Threepenny Review 3 (Spring, 1982), 12. Mast, Gerald.  The Journal of Aesthetic Education 17.1 (Spring, 1983), 120-24. Observer (London) (1 September  1982), 30. Pettengill, Richard.  "Pursuing Philosophy."  Quarterly Review of Film Studies 7.4 (Fall, 1982), 353-56. Prawer, S. S.  "Tying, untying, and tying again."  The Times Literary Supplement 1982.4117 (26 February  1982), 203-204. Rosenstone, Robert A.  "Genres, History, and Hollywood:  A Review Article." Comparative Studies in Society and History (U.K.) 27.2 (April, 1985), 367-75.  Also

reviews Thomas Schatz's Hollywood Genres (1981), Michael T. Isenberg's War on Film (1981), and William Alexander's Film on the Left (1981). Turner, Dennis.  Criticism 24.3 (Summer, 1982), 302-308. Voice Literary Supplement (March, 1982), 5. Whitfield, Stephen J.  "Cinèma Verité."  Virginia Quarterly Review 59.1 (Winter, 1983), 140-47. Wood, Michael.  "One Mo' Time."  New York Review of Books 28.21-22 (21 January 1982), 29-31. Zucker, Carole. "On 'Over-Reading' and 'Under-Reading' Films."  Canadian Review of American Studies 17.2 (Summer, 1986), 251-55.  Also addresses Gerald Mast's Howard Hawks: Storyteller (New York:  Oxford University Press, 1982) and William Luhr's Raymond Chandler and Film (New York:  Fredrick Ungar Publishing Co., 1982).

The Senses of  Walden:   An Expanded Edition.  San Francisco:  North Point Press, 1981. Best Sellers 41 (August, 1981), 191. Bruns, Gerald L.  "Men of Men of Letters."  Southwest Review 66.4 (Autumn, 1981), 422-24. Grimes, Ann.  Booklist 78.3 (1 October  1981), 175.

The Claim  of Reason:  Wittgenstein, Skepticism, Morality, and Tragedy.   Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1979. Bates, Stanley.  Philosophy and Literature 4 (Spring, 1980), 260. British Book News (July, 1980), 401-402. Choice 17.3 (May 1980), 399. Ducker, Dan.  International Philosophical Quarterly 21.1 (March, 1981), 109-11. Eisele, Thomas D.  "Expressions and Receptions."  Modern Age 26.2 (Spring, 1982), 199-201.

Fischer, Kurt Rudolf.  Wiener Jahrbuch für Philosophie 16 (1981), 228-32. Garver, N.  Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 41 (June, 1981), 562. Gunn, Giles.  Religious Studies Review 6.4 (October, 1980), 318. Hamlyn, D. W.  Philosophical Books 22 (July, 1981), 181. Harper, R.  Queen's Quarterly 87.4 (Winter, 1980), 622. Hoffman, Robert.  Library Journal 105.3 (1 February 1980), 408. Hollander, John.  "Reason and the Moral Imagination."  The Yale Review 69.4 (Summer, 1980), 577-83. Hope, Vincent.  "Skepticism as Tragedy."  Inquiry 24.4  (December, 1981), 470-80. Kenny, Anthony.  The Times Literary Supplement 1980.4021 (18 April 1980), 449. Lear, Jonathan.  New York Times 129.44.419 (2 December 1979) (Section 7), 30. Mannison, Don and Lloyd Reinhardt.  "Critical Notice."  Philosophical Investigations 5.3 (July, 1982), 227ff. Mounce, H. O.  Philosophical Quarterly 31 (July, 1981), 280. Nuttall, A. D.  Review of English Studies 33.131 (August, 1982), 368-70. Palmer, A.  Mind 91 (April, 1982), 292. Rorty, Richard.  "From Epistemology to Romance:  Cavell on Skepticism."  The Review of Metaphysics 34.4 (June, 1981), 759-74.  Reprinted in Rorty's Consequences of Pragmatism (1982) as "Cavell on Skepticism," 176ff. Sessions, William Lad.  The Review of Metaphysics 34.3 (March, 1981), 601-602. Virginia Quarterly Review 56.3 (Summer, 1980), 111. Weitz, Morris.  The Journal of Philosophy 78.1 (January, 1981), 50.

The World Viewed:  Reflections on the Ontology of Film  (enlarged edition).  Cambridge & London:  Harvard University Press, 1979.

Corrigan, Timothy.  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 39.1 (Fall, 1980), 104-105. New Boston Review 6 (August, 1981), 33.

Must We Mean What We Say?  A Book of Essays.  London:  Cambridge University Press, 1976. Sims, D.  English 25 (Autumn, 1976), 267. Sparshott, Francis E.  The Times Literary Supplement 1977.3939 (22 July 1977), 899. Warner, Martin.  The Modern Language Review 74.1 (January, 1979), 122-27. Warnock, Mary.  "American in Oxford."  The Listener 95.2458 (20 May 1976), 653-54.

The Senses of  Walden.  New York:  The Viking Press, 1972. Anderson, A. J.  Library Journal 97.20 (15 November 1972), 3710. Book World (of the Washington Post) 7.50 (10 December 1972), 15. Choice 10.5-6 (July-August, 1973), 773. Eisele, Thomas D.  "A Sense of Walden's Achievement."  The Concord Saunterer 8.2 (June, 1973), 8-12. Harding, W.  English Language Notes 11 (September, 1973), 70. Kirkus Reviews 40.17 (1 September 1972), 1054. Mothersill, Mary. The Journal of Philosophy 72.2 (30 January  1975), 27-48.  Also reviews Must We Mean What We Say? (New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1969). Naverson, Robert.  The Prairie Schooner 48.3 (Fall, 1974), 277. Ruland, R.  ESQ:  A Journal of American Renaissance 23.3 (Fall, 1978), 280.

Thomas, S.  "The Senses of Walden:  An Exploration of Thoreau's Masterpiece."   Worldview 17.5 (1974), 59-60.

The World Viewed:  Reflections on the Ontology of Film.  New York:  The Viking Press, 1971.   Avant, John Alfred.  Library Journal 97.2 (15 January 1972), 213. Baker, K.  Studio International 184.946 (July 1972), 57. Best Sellers 32 (May 1, 1972), 61. Blueston, N. H. MLN (Modern Language Notes) 87 (December, 1972), 1003. Braudy, Leo. Film Quarterly 25.4 (Summer, 1972), 28-29. Ferguson, F.  College English 34 (May, 1973), 1145. Highsmith, James Milton.  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 31.1 (Fall, 1972), 134. Krauss, Rosalind.  "Dark Glasses and Bifocals:  A Book Review."  Artforum 12.9 (May, 1974), 59-62. Kroll, Jack.  Newsweek 87.25 (21 June 1976), 76. Mazzota, Giuseppe.  "The Language of Movies and Antonioni's Double Vision."   Diacritics 15.2 (Summer, 1985), 2-10.  This article is also a review of Cavell's "The Thought of Movies," The Yale Review 72.2 (1983), 181-200. Mothersill, Mary.  The Journal of Philosophy 72.2 (30 January 1975), 27-48. Nelson, Lowry, Jr.  "Film Philosophized."  The Yale Review 61.4 (Summer, 1972) 610-15. Nichols, Stephen G., Jr.  "Beginning with the Thing Seen."  The Nation 215.20 (18 December 1972), 634-36. Publishers Weekly 200.17 (25 October 1971), 43. Wilson, George M.  The Philosophical Review 83.2 (April, 1974), 240-44.

Must We Mean What We Say?  A Book of Essays.  New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1969.  The Antioch Review 29.3 (Fall, 1969), 446. Arnold, Walter.  Commonweal 93.5 (30 October 1970), 131-33. Bernstein, Richard J.  The Review of Metaphysics 24.1 (September, 1970), 134-35. Choice 6.12 (February, 1970), 1760. Feingold, Elliot.  Book World (of the Washington Post) 3.25 (22 June 1969), 11. Fischer, Kurt Rudolf.  Wiener Jahrbuch für Philosophie 7 (1974) 333-39. Kirkus Reviews 37.4 (15 February 1969), 208. Kirkus Reviews 37.5 (1 April 1969), 414. Kohl, Marvin.   Library Journal 94.9 (1 May 1969), 1880. Lebowitz, Martin.  "The Antidote to Teleology."  The Yale Review 59.1 (Autumn, 1969), 122-27. Mothersill, Mary.  The Journal of Philosophy 72.2 (30 January 1975), 27-48.  Also reviews The Senses of Walden (New York:  The Viking Press, 1972). Publishers Weekly 195.17 (28 April 1969), 88. Reviews of Secondary Literature Fischer, Michael.  Stanley Cavell and Literary Skepticism.  Chicago:  The University of Chicago Press, 1989.  Bates, Stanley.  Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 48.3 (Summer, 1990), 239-41. Duffy, E.  Clio:  A Journal of Literature, History and the Philosophy of History 20.1 (Fall, 1990), 70-73. Gould, Timothy.  Canadian Philosophical Reviews 10 (January, 1990), 13-16. Henderson, Grieg. "In Search of the Ordinary:  Leading Words Home." University of Toronto Quarterly 59.3 (Spring, 1990), 442-48.  Also reviews This New Yet Unapproachable America (Chicago:  The University of

Chicago Press, 1989). Maia Neto, José R.  Philosophy and Literature 14.1 (April, 1990), 204-205. Murphy, Patrick M.  Journal of English and Germanic Philology 90.2 (April, 1991), 237-39. Raval, S.  Choice 27.3 (November, 1989), 480. Reference & Research Book News 4 (October, 1989), 27. University Press Book News 1 (Spring, 1989), 20.

Smith, Joseph H. and William Kerrigan, eds.  Images in Our Souls:  Cavell, Psychoanalysis, and Cinema. Psychiatry and the Humanities 10.  Baltimore:  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. Elsaesser, Thomas. "A certain systematic obliqueness:  film studies now."  Word & Image 5.2 (April-June, 1989), 214-17.  Also reviews Paul Swann's The Hollywood Feature Film in Postwar Britain (London, 1987) and Ralf Schnell's (ed.) Gewalt im Film (Bielefeld, 1987). Gabbard, Glen O.  The Psychoanalytic Quarterly 58.3 (July, 1989), 498-501. Maxfield, James.  Philosophy and Literature 13.1 (April, 1989), 219-20. Roth, Paul A.  Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 47.2 (Spring, 1989), 184-86. Databases Searched:  ABC Political Science Index, American History and Life, Applied Science and Technology Index, Artbibliographies Modern, Art Index, Arts and Humanities Search/Citation Index,  Book Review Index, British Education Index, Business Periodicals Index, Dissertation Abstracts International, Education Index, ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center), General Science Index, GPO (U.S. Government Printing Office), Humanities Index, Infotrac, Library Literature Index, Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts, Magazine Index, Modern Language Association Bibliography, National Newspaper Index, OCLC (On-line Computer Library Center), PAIS (Public Affairs Information System), The Philosopher's Index, The PsychLIT Database, The PsychLIT Database--Book Chapters and Books, Psychological Abstracts, Reader's Guide Abstracts, Religion Indexes, RILA (Art and Literature International), RILM (Music Literature International), Social Science Citation Index, Social Science Index, Sociological Abstracts. 

Acknowledgments:  Special thanks to  Richard Fleming.  Thanks to Associated University Presses for permission to reprint material appearing in the Bucknell Review 32.1 (1989).  Theresa Wenzke's library work at Bucknell University was invaluable to me.  Thanks to Tom Eisele, Leland Poague, Charles Bernstein, Kurt Fischer, Ludwig Nagl, Gordon Bearn, and Stanley Cavell for additional references.  I am also grateful to Linda Beard, Nancy Collins, and Holle Schneider (of the Fishburn Library at Hollins College) and to Eric Nitschke (of the Woodruff Library at Emory University) for help with DIALOG and database searches and for assistance with interlibrary loans.  Thanks to   the Bucknell Review, Mohammed Azadpur, and Mitchell Pollack for their assistance with the first publication of the bibliography.

Notes:  I have cast nets a bit more tightly woven for this edition of the bibliography, collecting thereby a more thorough list and also a wider range of documents.  Because Cavell frequently appears as a gray eminence behind various intellectual undertakings, however, the selection of entries for the bibliography has very often been a matter of judgment, perhaps idiosyncratically so.  The central criteria guiding me in this process have been the following:  (1) material actually produced by Cavell; (2) material that directly addresses his work in some substantial fashion; (3) material informed by his thought in some important way; (4) material directly relevant to central themes of his thought, though perhaps not well known among those to whom it may be valuable; (5) material that shows something important or interesting about the extent or nature of Cavell's influence.   " " Aside from the bibliographies and notes appearing in the texts listed here, readers should also look for bibliographies on Frank Capra and Susan Sontag forthcoming from Leland Poague.   " " Please note that I have changed my surname from "Wasel" to "Fosl" and that I am the author of this bibliography as it appears in the Bucknell Review 32.1 (1989), 322-34. Work on the bibliography continues.  Those who wish to inform me of errors or omissions or to correspond for other reasons may contact me through the following addresses:  Department of Philosophy,  Hollins College, Roanoke VA  24040, U.S.A.   Telephone:  (703) 362-6000.  E-Mail: 'foslp@minnie.hollins.edu'.  Whenever possible, please send a copy of any documents you wish me to consider including.  Also, please include the most complete bibliographic information available to you as well as any annotations you think would be helpful.

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