In Ethics, Theory and the Novel, David Parker brings together recent developments in moral philosophy and literary theory.
Author David K. Parker in his first book project provides an indepth, comprehensible look at why so many Christians are fruitless, discouraged and often complacenet but will illuminate the reader on how to Break Out of the Huddle, understand their value as a believer, live out their assignment on this earth and enjoy the abundant life promised to ALL by Jesus Christ while living within the Kingdom of God.
Part I. The Ethical Unconscious: 1. Evaluative discourse: the return of the repressed; 2. A new turn toward the ethical; 3. The judgmental unconscious; 4. The libidinal unconscious; 5. Dynamic interrelatedness: or, the novel walking away with the nail; Part II. Social Beings and Innocents: 6. 'Bound in Charity': Middlemarch; 7. Forgetting and disorientation in Anna Karenina; 8. Two ideas of innocence in The white peacock; 9. Into the ideological unknown: Women in love; 10. Lawrence and Lady Chatterley: the teller and the tale; Part III. Towards a new evaluative Discourse.