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Classical Horizons
Classical Horizons (October 2002)
The Origins of Sociology in Ancient Greece
George E. McCarthy - Author

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Argues that classical social theory has its intellectual and moral roots in classical Greece.

This work relocates the origins of nineteenth-century social theory in classical Greece and focuses on three figures: Karl Marx, Max Weber, and Émile Durkheim, all of whom wrote dissertations on the culture and structure of ancient society. Greek p...(Read More)
 
 
Crisis Theory and World Order
Crisis Theory and World Order (September 2002)
Heideggerian Reflections
Norman K. Swazo - Author

Uses Heidegger’s philosophy to critique and remedy “world order thinking” in international politics.

In a call to planetary thinking, planetary building, and planetary dwelling, Norman K. Swazo discusses Heidegger’s thought as it relates to issues of global politics, specifically, the domain of world order studies. In the first division of the book, Swazo provides a theoretical critique of world or...(Read More)
 
 
Emerson, Thoreau, and the Role of the Cultural Critic
Emerson, Thoreau, and the Role of the Cultural Critic (December 2000)
Sam McGuire Worley - Author

Reinterprets important works of the social criticism of Emerson and Thoreau as being based in defense of community.

Emerson, Thoreau, and the Role of the Cultural Critic
offers an important reinterpretation of the central works of two key figures in American letters. Drawing upon the work of several important contemporary thinkers--including Michael Walzer, Alisdair MacIntrye, Charles Taylor, and Stanley Cavell--Sam McGuire Worley argu...(Read More)
 
 
Unnecessary Evil
Unnecessary Evil (November 2000)
History and Moral Progress in the Philosophy of Immanuel Kant
Sharon Anderson-Gold - Author

Demonstrates the systematic connection between Kant's ethics and his philosophy of history.

No philosopher has been more committed to the idea of the moral progress of humanity than Immanuel Kant. But is this idea of the moral advancement of the species compatible with the individualist basis of Kantian ethics? Do individuals have obligations to contribute toward the welfare of future generations? Here, Sharon Anderson-Gold affirms th...(Read More)
 
 
David Hartley on Human Nature
David Hartley on Human Nature (July 1999)
Richard C. Allen - Author

Presents the first complete account of the thought of David Hartley, one of the most original minds of the eighteenth century.

"This is an outstanding study of the thought of David Hartley, with insights into the interconnections of various strands of his thought: perception theory, self-awareness, language acquisition, moral theory, science, theological doctrines. As the author remarks, no one writing on Hartley has paid attention to ...(Read More)
 
 
Hegel and the Philosophy of Nature
Hegel and the Philosophy of Nature (January 1999)
Stephen Houlgate - Editor

Confirms that Hegel's philosophy of nature continues to have great significance for our understanding of the natural world.

Hegel and the Philosophy of Nature is an important new study of Hegel's profound philosophical account of the natural world. It examines Hegel's alleged idealism, his concepts of space and time, the conception of speculative geometry, his critical engagement with Kant's Metaphysical Found...(Read More)
 
 
Metaphysics
Metaphysics (August 1998)
Josiah Royce - Author
William Ernest Hocking - Editor
Richard Hocking - Editor
Frank Oppenheim - Editor

An edited transcript of the great Harvard philosopher Josiah Royce's last year-long course in metaphysics, given at Harvard in 1915-1916.

This book is an edited transcript of Josiah Royce's last year-long course in metaphysics at Harvard in 1915-1916.

"Nowhere else did Royce have an opportunity to explain the relations between his two most ambitious works, The World and the Individual and ...(Read More)
 
 
Defying Gravity
Defying Gravity (April 1998)
Jean Paulhan's Interventions in Twentieth-Century French Intellectual History
Michael Syrotinski - Author

A major reassessment of the work of Jean Paulhan within the context of his own times as well as in the light of contemporary debates in literary theory.

Defying Gravity is a major reassessment of the work of Jean Paulhan within the context of his own times, as well as in the light of contemporary debates in literary theory. Best known for his long-serving editorship of the influential Parisian literary review, ...(Read More)
 
 
The Political Consequences of Thinking
The Political Consequences of Thinking (August 1997)
Gender and Judaism in the Work of Hannah Arendt
Jennifer Ring - Author

Applies the perspectives of gender and ethnicity in a feminist analysis of the Eichmann controversy and offers a wholly new interpretation of Arendt's work, from Eichmann in Jerusalem to The Life of the Mind.

In this book, Jennifer Ring offers a wholly new interpretation of Hannah Arendt's work, from Eichmann in Jerusalem, with its bitter reception by the Jewish community, to The Life of t...(Read More)
 
 
Intellectual Origins of Islamic Resurgence in the Modern Arab World
Intellectual Origins of Islamic Resurgence in the Modern Arab World (November 1995)
Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi' - Author
Mahmoud M. Ayoub - Foreword by

A systematic treatment of the religious, intellectual, cultural, and social foundations of the Islamic resurgence in the modern Arab world that is grounded in the larger context of Arab and Islamic intellectual history.

"This is the most interesting, comprehensive, and intelligible study of the Arab/Islamic resurgence I have read to date. It stands in a class by itself as a learned synthesis of its subject. Its special strength is the richn...(Read More)

 
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