Table of contents for The self in moral space : life narrative and the good / David Parker.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	i
Introduction: Life Narrative and the Good	1
Chapter 1. Life Narrative and Languages of the Good	00
	1. Making the Best Sense of Lives
	2. Wang Shih-min's "Self-Account": An Exemplary Life
	3. Roland Barthes by Roland Barthes and the Limits of Life 
Narrative
	4. Nietzsche's Ecce Homo: inescapable frameworks of the good
Chapter 2. The Full Range of Goods, 
Judeo-Christian and Romantic	00
	1. Narratives of Supersession: Augustine's Confessions
	2. Narratives of Supersession: Wordsworth's Prelude
	3. Narrative of Authenticity: Gosse's Father and Son
	4. Authenticity and Recognition: Steedman's Landscape for a 
Good Woman
Chapter 3: The Full Range of Goods, 
Universal and Particular	000
	1. Difference and Its Discontents
	2. Common Humanity and Its Limits: Raimond Gaita's Romulus, My 
Father
Chapter 4. The Good Life: Ethical and Aesthetic Value	000
	1. Seamus Heaney: Recognizing the Other
	2. Coetzee's Boyhood: Toward an Aesthetics of Life Narrative
Conclusion: Articulating the Good	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Autobiography -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Identity (Psychology) -- Moral and ethical aspects.