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Freedom as marronage: The dialectic of slavery and freedom in Arendt, Pettit, Rousseau, Douglass, and the Haitian Revolution
Kant's conception of logic
The Athenian courtroom: Politics, rhetoric, ethics
The possibility of practice and practical thought
Connecting agency and morality in Kant's moral theory
Forgiveness and the Age of Reason: Fenelon, Voltaire, Rousseau and Stael
Modern ethical skepticism
Language and Jewish renewal: Franz Rosenzweig's hermeneutic of citation
The reality and classification of mental disorders: Issues in the philosophy of psychiatry
The reification of the political: Critical theory and postcapitalist politics
Melancholy cosmopolitanism: Love, labor, and loss in Theodor W. Adorno and Thomas Mann
Soren Kierkegaard and the very idea of advance beyond Socrates
Moral moments: Soren Kierkegaard and Christian aesthetics
Between city and empire: Political ambition and political form in Plutarch's "Parallel Lives"
Kierkegaard's work of love
Transnational moral conflicts and ethical peoplehood
'It's my life and I'll do what I want': The value of autonomy
Proust: The circle of time
Alterity and the divine-human relation in Karl Barth and Paul Ricoeur
Gluttony and philosophical moderation in Plato's "Republic"
The subversion of neo-stoicism and skepticism in "Part I" of "Don Quijote"
Pragmatic aspects of scalar modifiers
Claritas: A central concept in the aesthetics of Joyce and Aquinas
Loving God: Images of love in Iris Murdoch and Franz Rosenzweig
Plato's immoralists and their attachment to justice: A look at Thrasymachus and Callicles
The cultivation of responsiveness
Devil's advocate: Politics and morality in the work of Carl Schmitt
The sources of political hope: Will, world and democracy
Kant's theory of synthesis
The platonizing sethian Gnostic background of Plotinus' mysticism
Yet another study of Wittgenstein's "Tractatus Logico-philosophicus"
A logical approach to law
L'informe et le retour. Le dehors de la litterature de Blanchot a Deleuze
Resonant perception: Cinema, phenomenology, and the illusion of bodily movement
Stubborn against the fact: Literary ideals, philosophy and criticism
Perfecting Adam: The perils of innocence in the modern novel
Philosophical literature in early modern England
Kierkegaard: Indirect communication and ignorant knowledge
"Secundum naturam hominis" An essay on human form and moral goodness
Life interrupted: Akrasia, action, & active irrationality
Cinematic vitalism --- Theories of life and the moving image
Kant's transcendental methodology: An essay on justification, objectivity, and subjectivity in Kant's transcendental deduction of the categories
Why should i dance for Athena? Pyrrhic dance and the choral world of Plato's "Laws"
The ancient quarrel unsettled: Plato and the erotics of tragic poetry
Blood, toil, tearless sweat: Sparta in philosophical thought of the late Republic and early Empire
Accidental specificity: Slapstick comedy and its medium
Hunger for tears: Archaic poetics and Plato's critique of poetic pleasure
The syntax and semantics of degree modification
Authenticity, subjectivity, modernity: Studies of earnestness and power in the history of political thought
Obligation and happiness in Rousseau
The aesthetics of ambivalence: Pirandello, Schopenhauer, and the transformation of the European social imaginary
Internalism, practical relations, and psychologism
The good of recognition: Phenomenology, ethics, and religion in the thought of Levinas and Ricoeur
The taste of politics: Kant's theory of judgment and belonging in the modern world
Names and name-bearing: An essay on the predicate view of names
Frege, singular terms, and logical objects
Bare life and metamorphic being: Nazi propaganda, Agamben, Coetzee and Kafka
The concept of toy---at play with the Zhuangzi
Becoming who we already are: Human existence and originary temporality in "Being and Time"
The ascetic ideal and the will to power: A reading of Nietzsche's "On the Genealogy of Morals", Essay Three
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