Michael Boylan and Charles Johnson

Michael Boylan (left) and Charles Johnson (right) on philosophy and literature.

Although philosophy has been presented in narrative form since Plato, today it is often regarded as being closer to science than literature. Should philosophers do more to cultivate their literary heritage? In this conversation, Boylan and Johnson examine the tradition of narrative philosophy and consider ways in which storytelling can enrich philosophical discourse.

Related works

by Boylan:
The Good, the True, and the Beautiful (2008)
The Extinction of Desire (2006)

by Johnson:
Soulcatcher and Other Stories (2001)
Being and Race (1988)

Collaboration:
Philosophy: An Innovative Introduction (2010)

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