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- n. Plural form of neoformalist.
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Even the neoformalists who arose in the late 1980s and early 1990s aren't narrow doctrinalists.
Sartre, Connolly and Russell’s peculiarities remind me of toilet philosophy and embodied philosophies, but also calls into question the supposed gap between art and life i.e. the space where Robert Rauschenberg liked to work and the conflicting views of the New Critics and later the neoformalists who wish to excise all autobiographical details from philosophical arguments; vs the hermeneutic and Freudian approaches, which dare to augment the text with its paratext.