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Friedrich Nietzsche on the Philosophy of Right and the State
Friedrich Nietzsche on the Philosophy of Right and the State (July 2006)
Nikos Kazantzakis - Author
Odysseus Makridis - Translated, with an introduction, notes and additional comments by

First English translation of Nikos Kazantzakis’s 1909 doctoral dissertation on Nietzsche.

This book represents the first English translation of Nikos Kazantzakis’s 1909 dissertation on Friedrich Nietzsche’s political and legal philosophy. Before Kazantzakis became one of the best-known modern Greek writers, he was an avid student of Nietzsche’s thought, discovering Nietzsche while studying la...(Read More)
 
 
Kant and the Culture of Enlightenment
Kant and the Culture of Enlightenment (July 2005)
Katerina Deligiorgi - Author

Interprets Kant's conception of enlightenment within the broader philosophical project of his critique of reason.

Katerina Deligiorgi interprets Kant's conception of enlightenment within the broader philosophical project of his critique of reason. Analyzing a broad range of Kant's works, including his Critique of Pure Reason, the Critique of Judgment, his lectures on anthropology and logic, as well as his shorter...(Read More)
 
 
The Role of History in Latin American Philosophy
The Role of History in Latin American Philosophy (July 2005)
Contemporary Perspectives
Arleen Salles - Editor
Elizabeth Millan - Editor

Argues that there are original positions to be found in the work of Latin American philosophers.

This book brings the history of Latin American philosophy to an English-speaking audience through the prominent voices of Mauricio Beuchot, Horacio Cerutti-Guldberg, María Luisa Femenías, Jorge J. E. Gracia, Oscar R. Marti, León Olivé, Carlos Pereda, and Eduardo Rabossi. They argue that Spanish ...(Read More)
 
 
The Science of Knowing
The Science of Knowing (July 2005)
J. G. Fichte's 1804 Lectures on the Wissenschaftslehre
J. G. Fichte - Author
Walter E. Wright - Translated with an introduction and notes by

The first English translation of Fichte’s second set of 1804 lectures on the Wissenschaftslehre.

Considered by some to be his most important text, this series of lectures given by Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762–1814) at his home in Berlin in 1804 is widely regarded as the most perspicuous presentation of his fundamental philosophy. Now available in English, this translation provides in striking and original la...(Read More)
 
 
John Dee's Occultism
John Dee's Occultism (June 2005)
Magical Exaltation through Powerful Signs
Gyorgy E. Szonyi - Author

A comprehensive look at the life and work of one of the towering figures of Renaissance mysticism.

Delving into the life and work of John Dee, Renaissance mathematician and "conjurer to Queen Elizabeth," György E Szonyi presents an analysis of Renaissance occultism and its place in the chronology of European cultural history. Culling examples of "magical thinking" from classical, medieval, and R...(Read More)
 
 
The Gathering of Reason
The Gathering of Reason (May 2005)
Second Edition
John Sallis - Author

This second edition of the author's classic study of Kant's First Critique includes a new preface and extensive afterword.

This second edition of The Gathering of Reason expands on John Sallis's classic study of Kant's First Critique. This study examines the relation of imagination to reason and to human knowledge and action in general. Moving simultaneously at several different hermeneutical levels, Sallis carri...(Read More)
 
 
The Social Authority of Reason
The Social Authority of Reason (March 2005)
Kant's Critique, Radical Evil, and the Destiny of Humankind
Philip J. Rossi, SJ - Author

Explores the social ramifications of Kant's concept of radical evil.

In The Social Authority of Reason, Philip J. Rossi, SJ argues that the current cultural milieu of globalization is strikingly reflective of the human condition appraised by Kant, in which mutual social interaction for human good is hamstrung by our contentious "unsociable sociability." He situates the paradoxical nature of contemporary...(Read More)
 
 
Madness and Death in Philosophy
Madness and Death in Philosophy (March 2005)
Ferit Guven - Author

Demonstrates the significance of the concepts of madness and death for the history of philosophy.

Ferit Güven illuminates the historically constitutive roles of madness and death in philosophy by examining them in the light of contemporary discussions of the intersection of power and knowledge and ethical relations with the other. Historically, as Güven shows, philosophical treatments of madness and death ha...(Read More)
 
 
Questioning Platonism
Questioning Platonism (September 2004)
Continental Interpretations of Plato
Drew A. Hyland - Author

Explores interpretations of Plato by Heidegger, Derrida, Irigaray, Cavarero, and Gadamer.

Given the conception of philosophy held by continental thinkers, and in particular their greater sensitivity to the kinship of philosophy and literature, Drew A. Hyland argues that they should be much more attentive to the literary dimension of Plato's thinking than they have been. He believes they would find in the dialogues not...(Read More)
 
 
Panpsychism
Panpsychism (August 2004)
Past and Recent Selected Readings
D. S. Clarke - Edited and with an introduction by

An anthology of readings in panpsychism, spanning two millennia.

Panpsychism is the view that mentality extends from humans to animals, insects, plant cells, and other natural bodies exhibiting persisting unity of organization. Formulated in ancient times, it has since undergone a series of reformulations and defenses against criticisms, and is now experiencing a revival of interest. This comprehensive anthology, whic...(Read More)
 
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