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From the Publisher"Belliotti demonstrates remarkable parallels between Dante's moral vision and modern Existentialist philosophy. He skillfully elucidates moral possibilities that we too confront when challenged by evildoing, punishment, freedom, and love."
—Robert Ginsberg, Director, The International Center for the Arts, Humanities, and Value Inquiry
"Most engaging about this work is the author's distinctive vision and voice, his capacity to bring together unexpected combinations of thought and style in ways that are insightful and productive. This is a work informed by broad learning, yet comfortable with personal anecdotes and pop culture references. As an exploration of classic literature as the source of philosophical engagement, it is original and thought-provoking."
—Jeffrey Nesteruk, Franklin & Marshall College