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THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
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On beginning and the question of being: Plays of beginning at the end of metaphysics
The suspension of reason in Hegel and Schelling
Imperative sense and libidinal event
Erotic ontologies: Enacting thinking with Plato and Heidegger
The ethical purpose of Wittgenstein's "Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus"
Sex and citizenship: Contesting the limits of democratic rights-based discourse
Reinventing the wheel: On games and the good life
Practical sense and social action
Haunted democracies and the politics of possibility: A deconstructive analysis of truth commissions
Dislocations: Nietzsche, autobiography, and the writing of bodily events
Bodies and subjects in Merleau-Ponty and Foucault: Towards a phenomenological/poststructuralist feminist theory of embodied subjectivity
Peirce's esthetics and the problem of normativity
Material witnesses: A feminist disability theory of testimonial voices
The discipline of genius: Nature, freedom and the emergence of the idea of system in Kant's critical philosophy
Nietzschean transformation against the grain of race-related problems
Kant's Enlightenment legacy: Rhetoric through ethics, aesthetics, and style
Hannah Arendt's theory of deliberative judgment
The joy of rhetoric: Turns in rhetoric and ontology that orient being in aesthetic habituation
Love, desire, individuation: Intersections of Plato, Schelling and Deleuze
A critical explication of the first two sections of Fichte's "Grundlage der gesamten Wissenschaftslehre"
Technical mediation, social acceleration and the politics of hypermodernity
A philosophical commentary on C. S. Peirce's "On a New List of Categories": Exhibiting logical structure and abiding relevance
Descartes and the generation of the mind-body problem
Logos and Psyche in Plato's "Phaedo"
Winning and losing: A philosophical analysis
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