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Reinterpreting the Political
Reinterpreting the Political (July 1998)
Continental Philosophy and Political Theory
Lenore Langsdorf - Editor
Stephen H. Watson - Editor
Karen A. Smith - Editor

Rereads classical figures in continental thought, takes up current topics in the legacy of political theory, and analyzes and evaluates Foucault's work as a prime manifestation of the complicated modern interface between truth and power, institution and liberation.

The task of reinterpretation arises from recognition, within continental philosophy, of a certain abandonment of political philosophy for historicism or a s...(Read More)
 
 
Phenomenology, Interpretation, and Community
Phenomenology, Interpretation, and Community (July 1996)
Lenore Langsdorf - Editor
Stephen H. Watson - Editor
E. Marya Bower - Editor

This collection examines the relationship between phenomenology, interpretation, and community, considering the issues from several viewpoints including German idealism, the discourses of the Frankfurt School, and post-structuralist thought.

This book re-examines the relationship between phenomenology, interpretation, and the problem of community, a topic that has been at the center of recent debates in Continental thou...(Read More)
 
 
Transitions in Continental Philosophy
Transitions in Continental Philosophy (July 1994)
Arleen B. Dallery - Editor
Stephen H. Watson - Editor
E. Marya Bower - Editor

This book challenges and renews the discussions that have historically characterized the tradition of continental thought in the areas of ethics, feminism, aesthetics, and political theory. The classical origins of this tradition--phenomenology, existentialism, and hermeneutics--emerged according to models that were foundational and systematic in character. The book shows that continental philosophy is now woven between counter-discourses and conc...(Read More)
 
 
Ethics and Danger
Ethics and Danger (July 1992)
Essays on Heidegger and Continental Thought
Arleen B. Dallery - Editor
Charles E. Scott - Editor
P. Holley Roberts - With

Ethics and Danger examines Heidegger's association with German National Socialism and attempts to understand both the question of politics in Heidegger's thought and the thought that gives rise to that question. It explores the contribution of Heidegger's work to issues of ethics, technology, and social theory, as well as his relationship to other thinkers such as Parmenides, Aristotle, Hegel, Husserl, Benjamin, Levinas, Rorty, Foucault, and ...(Read More)
 
 
Writing the Politics of Difference
Writing the Politics of Difference (July 1991)
Hugh J. Silverman - Editor

This book addresses various phases of continental philosophy, both in the context of its multiple traditions and in relation to the alternatives that mark the understanding of its present and future. Divided into two parts, the authors first focus on the diversity of traditions in continental philosophy in connection with the texts of Hegel, Marx, Kierkegaard, Sartre, and De Beauvoir. Second, they explore the reality of social, political, sexual, an...(Read More)
 
 
Crises in Continental Philosophy
Crises in Continental Philosophy (October 1990)
Arleen B. Dallery - Editor
Charles E. Scott - Editor
P. Holley Roberts - With

This book punctuates the moments of crisis in continental thought from the foundational crisis of reason in Husserl's call for a rigorous science of phenomenology to the current crisis of postmodernism and its rejection of Husserl's metanarrative of history and rationality. The mediating links between these moments is the centrality of the epochal history of Being, the power of cultural and disciplinary practices, and the dispersal of meaning in th...(Read More)
 
 
The Question of the Other
The Question of the Other (July 1989)
Essays in Contemporary Continental Philosophy
Arleen B. Dallery - Editor
Charles E. Scott - Editor

The core source of this book is the work of Emmanuel Levinas. Beginning with a chapter on speaking and the other, three lead chapters focus on Levinas' account of the face of the other. These chapters are followed by explorations of the ethics of dissemination in Derrida, the freedom of the other in Sartre, the cultural other in Husserlian phenomenology, the other as sexual difference in Irigaray and Nietzsche, the sublime in aesthetics, and the ...(Read More)
 
 
Postmodernism and Continental Philosophy
Postmodernism and Continental Philosophy (April 1988)
Hugh J. Silverman - Editor
Donn Welton - Editor

The volume begins with a major statement by the French feminist culture critic Julia Kristeva and includes essays by well-known and also younger continental philosophers writing in the North American context and reassessing the European heritage, its limits and effective futures.

The future of postmodernism is assessed in terms of key themes: from the language of desire, the limits of representation, and the revaluation of values, to the femi...(Read More)
 
 
Critical and Dialectical Phenomenology
Critical and Dialectical Phenomenology (September 1987)
Donn Welton - Editor
Hugh J. Silverman - Editor

This book draws together some of the most important recent work in the areas of semiotics, critical theory, epistemology, and psychology. It contains a new essay by Karl-Otto Apel on the possibility of transcendental semiotics, as well as essays on the relationship between hermeneutics and critical theory, the nature of dialectical phenomenology, analyses of epistemic foundations, the hermeneutics of people and places, and there is a critique of co...(Read More)
 
 
Descriptions
Descriptions (September 1985)
Don Ihde - Editor
Hugh J. Silverman - Editor

Phenomenology in America has developed in unique directions with respect to descriptive analysis and in relation to interdisciplinary fields. Descriptions examines current trends in phenomenology. It begins by reflecting on phenomenological description itself, then takes phenomenology into such areas as time, science and the arts, the social, and into the universities.

Ranging from the development of theory by such wel...(Read More)
 
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