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Noel E. Boulting
The Iconic, Indexical and Intellective are conceptions derived from Charles Sanders Peirce’s use of his sign theory. In characterizing different kinds of interpretative activity, they can be used to address certain problems in science, technology and the arts.
Peter D. Thomas
Drawing on the rich recent season of Gramscian philological studies, this book offers a reconsideration of Gramsci's theory of the state and concept of philosophy, arguing that a renewal of the 'philosophy of praxis' constitutes a necessary element in the contemporary revitalisation of Marxism.
Edited by Bo Mou
This anthology investigates how, through critical engagement, Davidson’s philosophy and Chinese philosophy can jointly contribute to the common philosophical enterprise and shows how such comparative methodology of constructive engagement is important or even indispensable in general ...
Mikko Lahtinen, University of Tampere. Translated by Gareth Griffiths and Kristina Köhli
The main argument of the book is that for French philosopher Louis Althusser it was essential to reflect on how the conjunctural understanding of history and reality could offer a theoretical starting point for a subversive political strategy and intervention.
John F. Moffitt
This book reveals the antique pedigree of a now commonplace term, "Inspiration," an essential creation-myth presently propelling notions of "self-expression" in modern art-making. Knowledge of the ancient sources and later evolution of such supposedly "modernist" fixations makes a significant ...
Karl E. Smith, La Trobe University
Who am I? Who are we? How are we to live? This book grapples with these perennial questions, primarily through a dialogue with Cornelius Castoriadis and Charles Taylor, using an interdisciplinary-hermeneutical approach examining issues of meaning, subjectivity and modern society.
This book is an original interpretation of the idea of the Good that is based on the interplay between words (logoi) and dramatic action (erga) in Plato’s dialogues Philebus, The Republic, Phaedrus, Euthyphro, and the Apology.
"Togetherness" is the concrete primal "that" by which we explain and analyze concrete things and situations: an intrinsic interactive principle of integrity, growth, reflection, and behavior. In five sections, this book describes cultural, personal, argumentative, religious and philosophical ...
Edited by Chhanda Gupta and D.P. Chattopadhyaya
Jonathan Dauber, Yeshiva University
In Knowledge of God and the Development of Early Kabbalah, Jonathan Dauber offers a fresh consideration of the emergence of Kabbalah against the backdrop of a re-evaluation of the relationship between Kabbalistic and philosophic discourse.
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