Truth in Fan Fiction

author: Peter Ludlow, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto
published: Feb. 22, 2008,   recorded: December 2007,   views: 4700


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The lecture is an introduction to "fan fiction" or "amateur fiction". The first part comprises philosophy and moves to fan fiction itself with examples. At the end we will discuss philosophical puzzels that fan fiction poses wihtin theory of fiction. At the end we will solve the problem or we will atleast try to.

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