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>From: "Robert M. Martin" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Dalhousie Review Call for Papers
>on the subject of PLEASURE
>
>Is pleasure a social good? An ethical good? Is pleasure an  emotion? An
>aesthetic category? Are the accounts of pleasure offered by Bentham and
>Freud, for example, still persuasive? Are pleasure and pain indeed
>opposites, as most informal discourse about them would imply? How can we
>account for the investment in renouncing pleasure that recurs in the history
>of culture? Have the critical languages of our own day developed an adequate
>vocabulary for discussing the notion of pleasure? Articles that address
>these, or any other questions related to the idea of pleasure, are invited
>for a special issue of The Dalhousie Review to be published in 2004.
>
>Manuscripts should be double-spaced, on plain white paper, and should not
>exceed 7,500 words. Documentation, including footnotes, should follow the
>conventions observed in recent issues of The Dalhousie Review; these are
>consistent with the guidelines in Joseph Gibaldi, MLA Handbook for Writers
>of Research Papers, 4th ed. (New York: Modern Language Association of
>America, 1995) 24156. Hard copy only should be sent with the first
>submission.
>
>The deadline for receipt of contributions is 15 December 2003.
>
>Mail submissions to:
>       Ronald Huebert, Editor
>       The Dalhousie Review
>       Dalhousie University
>       Halifax, Nova Scotia
>       B3H 4R2 Canada
>
>Email inquiries to:  [log in to unmask]
>

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