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    • Krüger, Hans-Peter (2020)
      This volume examines the specifics of Plessner's philosophy in comparison with the conceptions of Dewey, Freud, Habermas, Heidegger, Jaspers, Kant, Nietzsche, v. Uexküll and today's brain, cognition and behavioral research. ...
    • Schinkel, Willem; Noordegraaf-Eelens, Liesbeth (2011)
      Sloterdijk has in recent years grown into one of Germany’s most influential thinkers. His work, which is extremely relevant for philosophers, scientists of art and culture, sociologists, political scientists and theologists, ...
    • Arnswald, Ulrich (2009)
      The essays collected in this volume explore some of the themes that have been at the centre of recent debates within Wittgensteinian scholarship. In opposition to what we are tentatively inclined to think, the articles of ...
    • Cohen, Jeffrey Jerome (2014)
      Gathering into lively conversation scholars in medieval, early modern and object studies, Inhuman Nature explores the activity of the things, forces, and relations that enable, sustain and operate indifferently to us. ...
    • Nida-Rümelin, Julian; Daniels, Detlef; Wloka, Nicole (2019)
      What are the implications of globalization for moral behavior? What would global practices look like that were just for all in principle? Is it possible to generalize the basic principles of social justice as they prevail ...
    • George, Bobby; Sparrow, Tom (2014)
      Alphonso Lingis is the author of fourteen books and many essays. He is emeritus professor of philosophy at Pennsylvania State University. While many know him only as an eccentric ex-professor or as the translator of Emmanuel ...
    • Keller, Edward; Masciandaro, Nicola; Thacker, Eugene (2012)
      Essays, articles, artworks, and documents taken from and inspired by the symposium on Reza Negarestani’s Cyclonopedia: Complicity with Anonymous Materials, which took place in March 2011 at The New School. Hailed by ...
    • Biddick, Kathleen; Joy, Eileen A. (2016)
      his collection of essays by one of medieval studies’ most brilliant historians argues that the analysis and critique of biopower, as conventionally defined by Michel Foucault and then widely assumed in much contemporary ...
    • Frauchiger, Michael (2015)
      Modal logic; quantification; rationality
    • Munro, Michael (2013)
      What is a problem? What’s asked in that question, and how does one even begin to take its measure? How else could one begin, except as one does with any other problem—by way of its impulsion. Of Learned Ignorance: Idea of ...
    • Woodard, Ben (2013)
      For too long, the Earth has been used to ground thought instead of bending it; such grounding leaves the planet as nothing but a stage for phenomenology, deconstruction, or other forms of anthropocentric philosophy. In far ...
    • Lindsay, David (2016)
      Is it possible to get outside your assumptions and know the world for what it is? As the 20th century came to a close, the verdict seemed to be a resounding “no,” but in recent years a renaissance in speculative thought ...
    • Munro, Michael (2017)
      “No longer imminent, the End is immanent.” “Ends are ends,” Frank Kermode goes on to clarify, “only when they are not negative but frankly transfigure the events in which they were immanent.” From its imminence to its ...
    • de Mul, Mul (2014)
      Helmuth Plessner (1892-1985) was one of the founders of philosophical anthropology, and his book <i>The Stages of the Organic and Man</i>, first published in 1928, has inspired generations of philosophers, biologists, ...
    • Pihlström, Sami (2020)
      Both as a traditional theological issue and in its broader secular varieties, theodicy remains a problem in the philosophy of religion. In this book, Professor Sami Pihlström provides a novel critical reassessment of the ...
    • Noica, Constantin; Gabor, Octavian (2018)
      Constantin Noica’s (1909–1987) Pray for Brother Alexander is a meditation on responsibility, freedom, and forgiveness. On the surface, the book describes events and people from Noica’s life during his time in a political ...
    • Frauchiger, Michael (2013)
      Analytic philosophy
    • Long, Christopher (2018)
      Reiner Schürmann’s thinking is, as he himself would say, “riveted to a monstrous site.” It remains focused on and situated between natality and mortality, the ultimate traits that condition human life. This book traces the ...
    • Häubi, Florian (2019)
      This volume comprehensively analyses the key terms shame and dignity in Nietsche’s thinking and explores their importance to contemporary debates in ethics and moral philosophy.
    • Immel, Oliver (2019)
      For the first time, this volume gathers all of Jasper’s texts concerning university that had been published by himself. The annotations of the edition provide valuable insights into the meaning of specific passages, the ...