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Nietzsche and the Gods
Nietzsche and the Gods (October 2001)
Weaver Santaniello - Editor
John J. Stuhr - Foreword by

Examines Nietzsche's complex attitudes toward religion and his understanding of how particular religions and deities affect the intellectual, moral, and spiritual lives of their various proselytes and adherents.

"I have slain all gods--for the sake of morality!" -- Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

Although often regarded as an atheist who did not take religion seriously, Nietzsche in fact thought deeply about the gods ...(Read More)
Genealogical Pragmatism
Genealogical Pragmatism (October 1997)
Philosophy, Experience, and Community
John J. Stuhr - Author

Drawing on the work of popular American writers, American philosophers, and Continental thinkers, this book provides a new interpretation of pragmatism and American philosophy.

"Stuhr's way of relating the American philosophical tradition to contemporary problems is genuinely enlightening. He contributes to the great revival of pragmatism by being one of its most sensible and sensitive interpreters." -- John Lachs, Vande...(Read More)
Philosophy and the Reconstruction of Culture
Philosophy and the Reconstruction of Culture (August 1993)
Pragmatic Essays after Dewey
John J. Stuhr - Editor

"The book is timely and useful, for it brings together some of the best Dewey scholars and focuses on an issue not only at the center of Dewey's concern but also in need of the serious, sustained, and systematic attention it receives here." -- Vincent M. Colapietro, Fordham University

"This is a near uniformly excellent collection of essays, which does more than merely interpret classical American philosophy but brings that tradition t...(Read More)
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