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Raymond Tallis is Professor of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Manchester and Honorary Consultant Physician in Health Care of the Elderly in Salford. His recent books include Hippocratic Oaths: medicine and its discontents (Atlantic) and I Am: a philosophical enquiry into first person being (Edinburgh University Press).
Raymond Tallis's work featured in PN Review comprises four reports, 22 articles, and four reviews, over a period of 20 years. Also available are two interviews with Raymond Tallis.
Article in PN Review 57 (1987) Three Mis-readings of a Diaphanometer
Article in PN Review 58 (1987) Not Saussure
Article in PN Review 60 (1988) The Strange Case of Jacques L.
Review in PN Review 60 (1988) on Djanet Lachmet
Review in PN Review 65 (1989) on Malcolm Bowie
Interviewed by in PN Review 66 (1989)in conversation with Raymond Tallis
Articleed by in PN Review 71 (1990)George Steiner's Real Presences: three perspectives
Article in PN Review 77 (1991) Newton's Sleep (1): Poets, Scientists and Rainbows
Article in PN Review 78 (1991) Newton's Sleep (2): The Eunuch at the Orgy
Article in PN Review 79 (1991) Newton's Sleep (3): 'The Murderousness and Gadgetry of this Age'
Article in PN Review 80 (1991) Newton's Sleep (4): Anti-science and Organic Daydreams
Article in PN Review 81 (1991) Newton's Sleep: A Reply to Grevel Lindop
Article in PN Review 83 (1992) Scholarship Terminable and Interminable: Some Thoughts on the Place of Literary Criticism in a Life of Finite Duration
Review in PN Review 83 (1992) on Colin Falck
Review in PN Review 95 (1994) on Dudley Young
Article in PN Review 96 (1994) The Freezing Coachman: some reflections on art and morality
Article in PN Review 97 (1994) The Difficulty of Arrival
Article in PN Review 98 (1994) The Survival of Theory I: 'He Never Said That'
Article in PN Review 101 (1995) The Survival of Theory II: Overstanding the Text
Article in PN Review 102 (1995) The Survival of Theory III: Moral Outstanding or Halo-tosis
Article in PN Review 103 (1995) The Survival of Theory IV
Article in PN Review 107 (1996) The Survival of Theory 5: Conceptual Houses
Article in PN Review 109 (1996) Metaphysics and Gossip: Notes Towards a Manifest for a Novel of the Future
Report in PN Review 112 (1996) A Far Violin
Article in PN Review 128 (1999) Sokal and Bricmont: Is This the Beginning of the End of the Dark Ages in the Humanities?
Article in PN Review 146 (2002) Haitch: an attempt to blanch a blush
Article in PN Review 149 (2003) Oops
Report in PN Review 150 (2003) Cigarette
Report in PN Review 151 (2003) Thoughts After Margate: alternative readings of The Waste Land lines 300-302
Report in PN Review 152 (2003) A Day from Sleep: (1) Coming To
Interviewed by in PN Review 162 (2005)Raymond Tallis in Conversation
Article in PN Review 170 (2006) The Death of Immortality