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SYMPOSIUM: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy

SYMPOSIUM: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy

SYMPOSIUM Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy Revue canadienne de philosophie continentale Volume 13 Issue Number 2 Fall 2009 Volume 13 Numéro 2 Automne 2009 Table of Contents/Table des matières Articles… Read more »

Diacritics 38.1-2 Derrida and Democracy

Diacritics 38.1-2 Derrida and Democracy

Diacritics 38.1-2 Derrida and Democracy Eds. Jonathan Culler and Phillip E. Lewis Derrida and Democracy Jonathan Culler Part One “The Most Interesting Thing in the World” Jonathan Culler Passionate Secrets… Read more »

TOC: THE EUROPEAN LEGACY: Volume 14, Issue 5 (2009)

TOC: THE EUROPEAN LEGACY: Volume 14, Issue 5 (2009)

THE EUROPEAN LEGACY: Volume 14, Issue 5 (2009) We are pleased to announce the publication of the new (special topic) issue of “The European Legacy,” which is available online at:… Read more »

Aesthetics and Race: New Philosophical Perspectives

Aesthetics and Race: New Philosophical Perspectives

Aesthetics and Race: New Philosophical Perspectives Contemporary Aesthetics, Special Volume 2 (2009) Edited with an introduction by Monique Roelofs Bringing together postcolonial, feminist, and critical race theorists, aestheticians, political philosophers,… Read more »

New SEP entry: Existentialist Aesthetics

New SEP entry: Existentialist Aesthetics

Many of the philosophers commonly described as “existentialist” have made original and decisive contributions to aesthetic thinking. In most cases, a substantial involvement in artistic practice (as novelists, playwrights or… Read more »

New Book: Honneth, Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory

New Book: Honneth, Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory

Columbia University Press is pleased to announce the publication of Axel Honneth’s Pathologies of Reason: On the Legacy of Critical Theory, a major reassessment of the Frankfurt School and its… Read more »

New Book: Phenomenology or Deconstruction?: The Question of Ontology in Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Paul Ricoeur, and Jean-Luc Nancy

New Book: Phenomenology or Deconstruction?: The Question of Ontology in Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Paul Ricoeur, and Jean-Luc Nancy

Lucid and rigorous in equal measure, Watkin’s Phenomenology and Deconstruction is both a timely intervention and a critical introduction to a vital current in contemporary European thought. It is also… Read more »

Ricoeur: On Memory, Politics and Forgiveness

Ricoeur: On Memory, Politics and Forgiveness

Oxford Forum Public Conference — Ricoeur: On Memory, Politics and Forgiveness 20-21 March 2009, Faculty of Philosophy and Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford Friday, 20 March, Faculty of Philosophy… Read more »

Book Review: Critique and Disclosure

Book Review: Critique and Disclosure

A review of Critique and Disclosure: Critical Theory between Past and Future by Fred Dallmayr: The fate of reason today hangs in the balance. This is no small matter. Ever… Read more »

SEP: Franz Rosenzweig

SEP: Franz Rosenzweig

Franz Rosenzweig (1886-1929) ranks as one of the most original Jewish thinkers of the modern period. As a historian of philosophy, Rosenzweig played a brief but noteworthy role in the… Read more »

Michel Henry

Michel Henry

Michael Tweed has translated and posted five Michel Henry texts over on his site. Great contribution. Link

Inquiry An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Volume 52 Issue 1 2009

Inquiry An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy, Volume 52 Issue 1 2009

TOC The Pregnancy of the Real: A Phenomenological Defense of Experimental Realism, Pages 1 – 25 Author: Shannon Vallor Knowledge, Freedom and Willing: Hegel on Subjective Spirit, Pages 26 –… Read more »

Silverman Center 2009 Phenomenology Conference

Silverman Center 2009 Phenomenology Conference

Phenomenology did not begin as a religious philosophy, but recently several prominent European phenomenologists have asked whether a coherent phenomenology of human experience must find its fulfillment in religion. Christian… Read more »

Ron Aronson on his book Living Without God

Ron Aronson on his book Living Without God

An Alienation Artist: Kafka and His Critics

An Alienation Artist: Kafka and His Critics

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Critchley on Oscar Wilde

Critchley on Oscar Wilde

Wilde’s extraordinary panegyric to Christ culminates in what he calls Christ’s ‘dangerous idea’. This turns upon the treatment of a sinner like Wilde himself. Christ does not condemn the sinner… Read more »

‘Pre-discursive’ racism

‘Pre-discursive’ racism

Abstract This paper makes the case that discourse analytic approaches in social psychology are not adequate to the task of apprehending racism in its bodily, affective and pre-symbolic dimensions. We… Read more »

TOC: International Journal of Philosophical Studies:  Volume 16 Issue 5, 2008

TOC: International Journal of Philosophical Studies: Volume 16 Issue 5, 2008

Autonomy, Reciprocity, and Responsibility: Darwall and Levinas on the Second Person, Michael D. Barber Locke, Kierkegaard and the Phenomenology of Personal Identity, Patrick Stokes Belief and Self-consciousness, David Hunter Postmetaphysical… Read more »

TOC: Feminist Review: Volume 90, Issue 1 (October 2008)

TOC: Feminist Review: Volume 90, Issue 1 (October 2008)

TOC ‘I Like Your Colour!’ skin bleaching and geographies of race in urban Ghana – Jemima Pierre why queer diaspora? – Meg Wesling diasporic governmentality: on the gendered limits of… Read more »

Marcuse, An Essay on Liberation