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Shakespeare and the Theory of Knowledge
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.2125  Wednesday, 5 November 2003

From:           Clifford Stetner <
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Date:           Tuesday, 4 Nov 2003 17:35:09 -0500
Subject: 14.2118 Shakespeare and the Theory of Knowledge
Comment:        Re: SHK 14.2118 Shakespeare and the Theory of Knowledge

>I thought it would be useful to provide a summary of the discussion so
>far in this thread.
>Othello
>Hamlet
>Much Ado About Nothing
>Richard III
>King Lear
>A Winter's Tale

>Dan O'Brien
>University of Birmingham, UK

This thread is full of witches and devils, Dromio. I believe I discussed
Comedy of Errors twice, And yet twice 'twas missing from lists of plays
discussed.

I believe I know thy belief is true, master.

'Tis true 'tis justified, and 'tis justified 'tis true.

Were I you, I would, sire, accuse them of lying by a mission.

Let's just getti arses on the next ship out.

Clifford Stetner
University of Errors, Syracuse

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