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Joshua Landy (Professor)

Joshua Landy (650) 723-4914
Personal bio
Joshua Landy joined the Stanford faculty in 1996, having received a PhD in Comparative Literature from Princeton University. Landy is the co-founder of Stanford's Initiative in Philosophy and Literature. He is the author of Philosophy as Fiction: Self, Deception, and Knowledge in Proust (Oxford, 2004) and How to Do Things with Fictions (Oxford, 2012); he is also the editor, with Michael Saler, of The Re-Enchantment of the World: Secular Magic in a Rational Age (Stanford, 2009). In 1999, he received the Walter J. Gores Award for Excellence in Teaching, and in 2001 he was a recipient of the Dean's Distinguished Teaching Award.

Currently teaching
CLASSICS 42: Philosophy and Literature (Winter)
COMPLIT 181: Philosophy and Literature (Winter)
COMPLIT 328: Literature, Narrative, and the Self (Autumn)
DLCL 222: Philosophy and Literature (Autumn, Winter, Spring)
ENGLISH 81: Philosophy and Literature (Winter)
FRENCH 181: Philosophy and Literature (Winter)
FRENCH 328: Literature, Narrative, and the Self (Autumn)
GERMAN 181: Philosophy and Literature (Winter)
ITALIAN 181: Philosophy and Literature (Winter)
ITALIAN 328: Literature, Narrative, and the Self (Autumn)
PHIL 81: Philosophy and Literature (Winter)
SLAVIC 181: Philosophy and Literature (Winter)
SLE 91: Structured Liberal Education (Autumn)
SLE 92: Structured Liberal Education (Winter)
SLE 93: Structured Liberal Education (Spring)
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