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    • Jaster, Romy (2020)
      What is it for agents to be able to do things? This question, while central to many debates, is still awaiting a comprehensive answer. Jaster provides just that by developing the “success view,” which posits that abilities ...
    • Rinofner-Kreidl, Sonja; Wiltsche, Harald A. (2016)
      Metaphilosophy; Analytic philosophy; continental philosophy
    • Aracagök, Zafer; Antonioli, Manola (2015)
      Atopological Trilogy creates new concepts for Deleuze-Guattarian thought without any heed for sectarian, sermonising, or dutiful readings of the philosophers. In Part I of the trilogy, “Becoming-Sexual of the Sexual,” ...
    • Reinhold, Karl Leonhard; Bondeli, Martin; Imhof, Silvan (2017)
      This volume presents the amended version of Reinhold’s award-winning script on the question of what progress metaphysics has made since Leibniz and Wolf in Germany (asked by the Preußische Akademie der Wissenschaften). The ...
    • Parkhomenko, Roman (2007)
      The paper presents the main lines of the European totalitarianism debates to demonstrate Cassirer's argument on the same phenomenon of totalitarianism. The author focuses on Cassirer's philosophy of culture and political ...
    • Linnebo, Øystein; Frauchiger, Michael (2013)
      In this essay I first identify some desiderata for a theory of reference that appear in Føllesdal’s later work (Section 1). We will see that these desiderata are highly Fregean in character. Next I outline a Frege-inspired ...
    • Proust, Joëlle; Frauchiger, Michael (2015)
      This paper surveys Ruth Marcus’ many contributions to modal logic and its interpretation, starting with her pioneer work on quantified modal logic and ending with the controversies concerning the origin of the idea of rigid ...
    • Kusch, Martin; Gierlinger, Frederik A.; Riegelnik, Štefan (2014)
      As is well known, Wittgenstein had a life-long interest in the philosophy of colour, from the Tractatus all the way to the last notebooks that were posthumously published as two books, Remarks on Colour and On Certainty. ...
    • Kusch, Martin; Rinofner-Kreidl, Sonja; Wiltsche, Harald A. (2016)
      One important strand in the contemporary debate over epistemological relativism focuses on the question whether, and to what extent, Wittgenstein in “On Certainty” (1969) leaned towards this position. This paper is a ...
    • Allen, Jamie; Boshears, Paul; van Gerven Oei, Vincent W.J.; Groves, Adam Staley; Jenkins, Nico (2012)
      continent. Year 1: A selection of issues 1.1-1.4 collects a variety of thoughts and tropes from the 2011 issues of continent., ranging from work on Greek poetry to deep brain recordings, from speculative realism to the ...
    • Lombardo, Marc (2015)
      Using the Western tradition of metaphysical and political thought as a backdrop, Critique of Sovereignty (a work in 4 volumes) re-examines the concept of sovereignty in order to better understand why our ethical values and ...
    • Meiborg, Ceciel; van Tuinen, Sjoerd (2016)
      In recent years the humanities, social sciences and neuroscience have witnessed an ‘affective turn,’ especially in discourses around post-Fordist labor, economic and ecological crises, populism and identity politics, mental ...
    • Kennel, Maxwell (2013)
      Dialectics Unbound: On the Possibility of Total Writing re-imagines figures of ontological totality, in and out of writing, first by exploring some lineages of the dialectic, and second by engaging thinkers such as Theodor ...
    • Horwitz, Noah (2013)
      In this book, Noah Horwitz argues that the age of Darwinism is ending. Building on the ontological insights of his first book Reality in the Name of God in order to intervene into the intelligent design versus evolution ...
    • Hug, Theo; Töchterle, Karlheinz (2009)
    • Hug, Theo; Schorner, Michael; Mitterer, Josef (2013)
    • Bowker, M.H. (2015)
      “Experience” is a concept paradoxically deployed to accentuate the aconceptual. Although thinking, knowing, reflecting, and analyzing are kinds of experiences, invocations of “experience” typically direct our attention to ...
    • Binder, Thomas (2019)
      Although Franz Brentano was one of the most influential turn-of-the-century philosophers, he, like Ludwig Wittgenstein, published little but left a large philosophical legacy. This study examines the biographical and ...
    • Trettien, Whitney Anne (2013)
      Gaffe/Stutter is a dead letter to Deleuze’s Logic of Sense. It began as a series of diagrams, two-dimensional memory palaces that sketch the vectors of each chapter’s paradox; it became an elaborate plan for a web-based ...
    • Fernando, Jeremy; Davy, Jennifer Hope; Hölzl, Julia (2015)
      [Given, If, Then] attempts to conceive a possibility of reading, through a set of readings: reading being understood as the relation to an Other that occurs prior to any semantic or formal identification, and, therefore, ...