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Hegel on the modern arts
Myth and the modern problem: Mythic thinking in twentieth-century Britain
Divine thinking as the paradigm of life in Aristotle's "De Anima"
Religion in the public sphere: Reflections on Rawls and Habermas
Realism, idealism, and the commitments of common sense
Memory -- space -- politics: Public memorial and the problem of political judgment
Plato's grounds for philosophy: The virtues of dialectic in the later dialogues
Virtue, rational agency, and respect for persons
The politics of expression in Spinoza
Inheritance, sovereignty, and promise: Political authority and obligation in an age of global transformations
The ethics of passing: A theoretical and practical analysis
Individuation and opposition in Hegel's "Doctrine of Essence": The importance of Kant's "Amphiboly" to Hegel's metaphysics
Recovering the common root of science and politics: Reading Descartes and Hobbes with Vico
The Black Gift: Cultural Nationalism and Cosmopolitanism in Africana Philosophy
Mimesis in Thomas Hobbes's "Leviathan" (1651): The theater of the modern commonwealth
Vagueness: Precision and Particularity
Thrown Projection: An Interpretation and Defense of the Hermeneutic Conception of the Self in Heidegger's "Being and Time"
Does Plato Think Ordinary People Can Be Virtuous? The Moral Capacity of the Producers in Plato's "Republic"
Extraordinary Moments, Extraordinary Endeavors Arendt on New Beginnings and Principled Action
Definiteness, Specificity, and the Multiple Uses of Demonstrative Expressions
Is Democracy Egalitarian or Epistemic? A Habermasian Perspective on Deliberative Democracy
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