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Once upon a mind (narratives and narrators: a philosophy of stories)

Journal Article


Abstract


  • The ability to produce and consume stories is a commonplace yet remarkable human activity. No wonder, then, that thinkers from vastly diverse fields are so interested in our narrative practices. Some argue that storytelling helps us to make sense of our lives and actions, while others claim that narratives are crucial in shaping or creating our identities. yet in all this discussion, the nature and core properties of stories are rarely put under philosophical scrutiny in the way that Gregory Currie does in Narratives and Narrators: A philosophy of stories.

Publication Date


  • 2011

Citation


  • Hutto, D. (2011). Once upon a mind (narratives and narrators: a philosophy of stories). TLS-The Times Literary Supplement, (5631), 25-25.

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/724

Number Of Pages


  • 0

Start Page


  • 25

End Page


  • 25

Issue


  • 5631

Abstract


  • The ability to produce and consume stories is a commonplace yet remarkable human activity. No wonder, then, that thinkers from vastly diverse fields are so interested in our narrative practices. Some argue that storytelling helps us to make sense of our lives and actions, while others claim that narratives are crucial in shaping or creating our identities. yet in all this discussion, the nature and core properties of stories are rarely put under philosophical scrutiny in the way that Gregory Currie does in Narratives and Narrators: A philosophy of stories.

Publication Date


  • 2011

Citation


  • Hutto, D. (2011). Once upon a mind (narratives and narrators: a philosophy of stories). TLS-The Times Literary Supplement, (5631), 25-25.

Ro Metadata Url


  • http://ro.uow.edu.au/lhapapers/724

Number Of Pages


  • 0

Start Page


  • 25

End Page


  • 25

Issue


  • 5631