Argumenta – Journal of Analytic Philosophy

Jonathan Gilmore’s Apt Imaginings: Feelings for Fictions and Other Creatures of the Mind provides readers with insights in three distinct and venerable philosophical topics—fiction, art, and imagination—and addresses the delicate connections between them. It is both a helpful guide for scholars and students interested in the former, and an original perspective on the latter.

The text is extremely reader-friendly. It offers a clear introduction which functions as a helpful guide to navigate the text. In addition, every chapter consists in a careful overview of the debate to which the specific section refers to, so that most chapters can be considered as self-standing pieces. From a stylistic point of view, not only does the text flow very naturally, but…


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