Bob Dylan and Philosophy: It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Thinking)
Peter Vernezze, Carl J. Porter
Open Court Publishing, 2006 - Philosophy - 205 pages
Planet waves : Dylan's symposium / Doug Anderson -- "I used to care, but things have changed" : passion and the absurd in Dylan's later work / Rick Anthony Furtak -- Who killed Medgar Evers? / Avery Kolers -- Great white wonder : the morality of bootlegging Bob / James C. Klagge -- Just like a woman : Dylan, authenticity, and the second sex / Kevin Krein and Abigail Levin -- "Far between sundown's finish an' midnight's broken toll" : enlightenment and postmodernism in Dylan's social criticism / Jordy Rocheleau -- "To live outside the law, you must be honest" : freedom in Dylan's lyrics / Elizabeth Brake -- We call it a snake : Dylan reclaims the creative word / Ruvik Danieli and Anat Biletzki -- Bob Dylan's truth / Michael Chiariello -- The free will in Bob Dylan / Martin van Hees -- "I got my Bob Dylan mask on" : Bob Dylan and personal identity / Peter Vernezze and Paul Lulewicz -- With God (and Socrates and Augustine) on our side / James S. Spiegel -- Busy being born again : Bob Dylan's Christian philosophy / Francis J. Beckwith -- Language on the lam(b) : tarantula in Dylan and Nietzsche / David Goldblatt and Edward Necarsulmer IV -- "When I paint my masterpiece" : what sort of artist is Bob Dylan? / Theodore Gracyk -- You who philosophize Dylan : the quarrel between philosophy and poetry in the songs of Bob Dylan / Kevin L. Stoehr.
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