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Prague, 4th - 5th JuneThe Experience of the Stranger: The Struggle to Find a Home and the Struggle to Welcome the Stranger
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Jul 15th 2020(Ir)rationality & religiosity during pandemics: phenomenological criticism
reviewed by Kowalewski Jakub
The scope of James Mensch’s new book is truly impressive. On the one hand, Selfhood and Appearing: The Intertwining does not shy away from the rather unfashionable task of proposing a systemic account of human existence. In a manner reminiscent of some of the most exciting works in the history of philosophy, Selfhood and Appearing intervenes in an... >>> read the full review
reviewed by Senatore Mauro
“Who am I, Jacques Derrida?” In the attempt to address this apparently naïve question in the collection of essays entitled The Animal That Therefore I Am, Derrida sketches a suggestive “intellectual autobiography” (144). He tells us that he invented a series of figures―mark, grammē, trace, and différance―that allow for a differential... >>> read the full review
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By revealing the "invariants" of Elmar Holenstein's acclaimed contribution to the philosophy of language, the present volume will allow its readers to discover not only a conceptual apparatus that provides ...
Urge pensar una filosofía que en s. XXI pueda afrontar los desafíos de enfrentar a los sofismas posmodernos sin caer en neo-realismos que obliteran el lugar de lo humano. La ...
A principios de los 40 se produjo en Estados Unidos un intercambio epistolar entre dos importantes referentes del pensamiento sociológico: Alfred Schutz y Talcott Parsons. La lectura de las cartas ...
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