Tyson Stolte: "Dickens & Victorian Psychology"

Santa Cruz
Sunday, 28 May 01:00 PM
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'Dickens and Victorian Psychology' reads Dickens's use of 1st-person point of view as part of his efforts to defend a dualist psychology against new physiological theories of consciousness. Through a reading of 'Edwin Drood,' this talk will show how the redefinition of the shared language of Victorian mental science undercut such efforts to theorize a psychology that transcended the material.

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Dates: Sunday, 28 May 01:00 PM

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