I have recently done a PhD in proximity to the field of Philosophy of Literature. Among other aspects of my study (e.g. parrhesia today), this question may be of interest to philosophers:

What is the relation between one's awareness of non-propositional knowledge acquired by reading a literary piece of art and the way it is put into words when writing about literature (maybe depending on if and where a review or reading report is being published)

From the field of Philosophy of Literature I reference four essays from the collection: Wahrheit, Wissen und Erkenntnis in der Literatur. Philosophische Beiträge (2014), herausgegeben von Christop…

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