- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- <i>Sein und Zeit</i>: Pursuit of Being
- Iris on Safari: A Personal Record
- 1 Holy Fool and Magus: The Uses of Discipleship in <i>Under the Net</i> and <i>The Flight from the Enchanter</i> <sup>*</sup>
- 2 ‘Faint with Secret Knowledge’: Love and Vision in Murdoch’s <i>The Black Prince</i> <sup>*</sup>
- 3 The Virtues of Metaphysics: A Review of Iris Murdoch’s Philosophical Writings<sup>*</sup>
- 4 Iris Murdoch and Existentialism<sup>*</sup>
- 5 The Exploration of Moral Life*
- 6 Iris Murdoch and the Prospects for Critical Moral Perception<sup>*</sup>
- 7 Social Convention and Neurosis as Obstacles to Moral Freedom<sup>*</sup>
- 8 Iris Murdoch on Nobility and Moral Value<sup>*</sup>
- 9 ‘For every Foot its own Shoe’: Method and Moral Theory in the Philosophy of Iris Murdoch<sup>*</sup>
- 10 Visual Metaphors in Murdoch’s Moral Philosophy<sup>*</sup>
- 11 Psychopathy, Empathy, and Moral Motivation<sup>*</sup>
- (p.1) Introduction
- Iris Murdoch, Philosopher
- Oxford University Press
For fifteen years, from 1948 to 1963, Iris Murdoch was a Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy at St Anne’s College, Oxford.* She was both brilliant and, I think, immediately recognized as such. By the time her first published novel Under the Net appeared in 1954, she had already produced a small book on ...
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