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Dr. Isenberg's work explains how we can have real beliefs and emotions about fictional characters and situations when we know that they do not exist and did not occur. She developed a framework for characterizing these responses that will provide guidance for future work in the semantics of fiction and the philosophy of film.
A randomly-selected Doctoral citation each day: today from the Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy (PhD) - graduated in 2013