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Dostoevsky and the Affirmation of Life
by Predrag Cicovacki
St. Augustine's Press, 2008
Cloth: 978-1-58731-190-1

AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY | TOC
AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY
Predrag Cicovacki was born in 1960 in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Since 1991, he has taught philosophy at the College of the Holy Cross (in Worcester, Massachusetts), where he also served as Director of Peace and Conflict Studies and as Editor-in-Chief of Diotima: A Philosophical Review. Cicovacki is the author of Anamorphosis: Kant on Knowledge and Ignorance (1997), Between Truth and Illusion: Kant at the Crossroads of Modernity (2002), and is the editor of works on Lewis White Beck and Albert Schweitzer, among other titles.
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
    Dostoevsky and the Affirmation of Life
    Predrag Cicovacki
    Table of Contents
    List of Illustrations
    Prologue
    Part I: Life without Meaning
    	Introduction to Part I
    1. Sorrow and Injustice: A World Delivered to Evil?
    2. Notes from the Underground: Evil out of Spite?
    3. Crime and Punishment: Victimizer or Victim?
    4. The Possessed: Is Nothing Sacred?
    Part II: Recovering Life's Meaning
    	Introduction to Part II
    5. The Idiot: The Meaning of Christ's Sacrifice
    6. The Brothers Karamazov (I): The Gift of Life
    7. The Brothers Karamazov (II): Meaningless Suffering
    8. The Unwritten Novel: A Prodigal Son Returns
    Epilogue
    Acknowledgments
    Bibliography
    Index
    



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