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Why Experimentum Crucis is Possible in Psychology of Perception

. (1999). Experimental phenomenology: A historical profile. In L. Albertazzi (Ed.), Shapes of forms (pp. 19–50). The Hague, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Brentano, F. (1897). Über ein optisches Paradoxon. Zeitschrift für Psychologie und Physiologie der Sinnesorgane. Bd. 3 (349–358). Hamburg, Leipzig: Leopold Voss. Calì, C. (2017). Phenomenology of perception. Theories and experimental evidence . Leiden Boston, Netherlands: Brill. Cattaruzza, S. (1999). Philosophical theories and experimental design in vittorio benussi. Axiomathes, 1–3

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Reading Kazuo Ishiguro’s “Bewilderment Trilogy” as Bildungsromane

34.5 (Nov. 2004): 4-6. Finney, Brian. “Figuring the Real: Ishiguro’s When We Were Orphans .” Brian Finney , California State University, Long Beach, 2001. Web. 11 Oct. 2009. Fogarty, Anne. “‘It was like a baby crying’: Representations of the Child in Contemporary Irish Fiction.” Journal of Irish Studies 30, Special Features in the 30th Anniversary Issue (October 2015): 13-26. JSTOR. Web. 9 Jan. 2018. Gottfried, Marianne Hirsch, and David H. Miles. “Defining Bildungsroman as a Genre.” PMLA 91.1 (Jan. 1976): 122-123. JSTOR. Web. 29 Dec. 2017

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Representation and Immersion. The Embodied Meaning of Literature

. Transl. W. Kaufmanm & R. J. Hollingdale. Handprint online editions. Retrieved from www.handprint.com . Rimbaud, A. (1958 [1871]). Lettre à George Izambard – 13 mai 1871. Œuvres (pp. 305–306). Paris, France: Mercure de France. Shklovsky, V. (2015 [1917]). Art, as Device, transl. Alexandra Berlina. Poetics Today, 36 (3), 151–174. Singer, T., Seymour, B., O’Doherty, J. P., Klaas, E. S., Dolan, R. J., & Frith, C. D. (2006). Empathic neural responses are modulated by the perceived fairness of others. Nature, 439 (7075), 466–469. Sontag, S. (1964

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Welcome to the Desert of the Anthropocene: Dystopian Cityscapes in (Post)Apocalyptic Science Fiction

Francisco: Springer, 2016. 13-35. Bennett, Jane. Vibrant Matter: A Political Ecology of Things . London: Duke UP, 2010. Bernardo, Susan, ed. Environments in Science Fiction: Essays on Alternative Spaces . Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2014. Best, Steven, and Douglas Kellner. “The Apocalyptic Vision of Philip K. Dick.” Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies 3.2 (2003): 186-202. Colebrook, Claire. Death of the PostHuman: Essays on Extinction . Vol. I. Ann Arbor: Open Humanities Press, 2014. Crutzen, Paul. “Geology of Mankind.” Nature 415

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Romanian Bard: A Case Study of Shakespeare’s Adaptations in Contemporary Romania

References Boia, Lucian. History and Myth in Romanian Consciousness . Budapest & New York: Central European University Press. 2001. Print. Botezatu, Oana. “ Romeo şi Julieta - o păcăleală.” evz.ro 3 April 2008. Web. 10 April 2010. Bratu, Ion. “Ciuleandra - o strămoaşă îndepărtată a Drăgaicei.” Satul Natal No. 13/2004. Web. 3 May 2010. Cesereanu, Ruxandra. “Mahalaua România!” Revista Grupului pentru Dialog Social 25 February 2005. Web. 10 April 2011. Ciuleandra

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References Bury, Liz. “Julian Barnes says new Booker rules will hurt British writers.” The Guardian 15 Oct. 2013. Web. 2 Jan. 2017. Caine, Sir Michael H. “The Booker Story.” Booker 30: A Celebration of 30 Years of the Booker Prize for Fiction, 1969-1998. London: Booker, 1998. 6-12. ---. “The Booker Story.” The Man Booker Prize: 35 Years of the Best in Contemporary Fiction 1969-2003. London: Booker Prize Foundation, 2003. 13

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“Ava’s body is a good one”: (Dis)Embodiment in Ex Machina

References Alaimo, Stacy, and Susan Hekman, eds. Material Feminism. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2009. Bates, Laura. “The Trouble With Sex Robots.” New York Times. The New York Times Company. 17 July 2017. Web. 22 July 2017. Beck, Bernard. “Runaway Train: Ex Machina and the Rebel Girls.” Multicultural Perspectives 18.1 (2016): 29-32. Biles, Jeremy. “Review. Ex Machina.” Religious Studies Review 41.4 (October 2015): 185. Buchanan, Kyle. “Does Ex Machina Have a Woman Problem, or Is Its

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“I’m a I’m a Scholar at the Moment”: The Voice of the Literary Critic in the Works of American Scholar-Metafictionists

-40. Print. Bowen, Zack. A Reader’s Guide to John Barth. New York: Greenwood, 1994. Print. Bruss, Elizabeth W. Beautiful Theories: The Spectacle of Discourse in Contemporary Criticism . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1982. Print. Coover, Robert. Pricksongs and Descants . 1969. London: Picador, 1973. Print. Evenson, Brian. Understanding Robert Coover . Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2003. Print. Federman, Raymond. Double or Nothing: A Real Fictitious Discourse . 1971. Normal: Boulder, 1998. Print. Federman, Raymond. Interview with

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Certificate and : “they were children yesterday…”

, Adelaide 1-3 December 2003. Lemish, Dafna. Children and Television: A global perspective . Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. Livingstone, Sonia. Children and the Internet . Cambridge: Polity Press, 2009. Melrose, Andrew. Here Comes the Bogeyman: exploring contemporary issues in writing for children . Abingdon: Routledge, 2012. Meyer, Stephenie. Twilight . London: Hatchette, 2005. - - -. New Moon . London: Hatchette, 2006. - - -. Eclipse . London: Hatchette, 2007

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“Stop … and Remember”: Memory and Ageing in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Novels

.1 Life Writing and Science Fiction (2007): 74-83. JSTOR. Web. 27 Apr. 2016. Messud, Claire. “Love’s Body.” Rev. of Never Let Me Go , by Kazuo Ishiguro. The Nation 16 May 2005: 28-31. 28 Apr. 2005. Web. 9 June 2016. Mullan, John. “Afterword: On First Reading Never Let Me Go. ” Kazuo Ishiguro: Contemporary Critical Perspectives. Ed. Sean Matthews and Sebastian Groes. London: Continuum, 2009. 104-13. Robbins, Bruce. “Cruelty Is Bad: Banality and Proximity in Never Let Me Go .” NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction 40.3 Ishiguro’s Unknown Communities (2007

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