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Thomas Hobbes and the political life of the body
The ethics of immigration: Global justice, nationalism, and the Israeli Law of Return
Continuity and consciousness in Leibniz's philosophy of mind
Willing the Good: A commentary on Kierkegaard's "Purity of Heart"
Outline of an interpretive sociology: Meaning, theory, and history in social analysis
Skepticism, assertion, and a priori justification
The science of divine disclosure: Gazali's higher theology and its philosophical underpinnings
Arguing with authority: Democratic legitimacy and the public use of history
Dislocations, context, and composition: Or, double subjects in Brazilian Portuguese
Living by contemplation: Theoria, self-maintenance, and flourishing in Aristotle's ethics
Aesthetics of dependency: Early Modernism and the struggle against Idealism in Kierkegaard, Ibsen, and Henry James
Four types of calling: The ethics of vocation in Kierkegaard, Brunner, Scheler and Barth
Fictional characters as abstract artifacts
The limits of hospitality
Kant's critique of Spinoza
Against the materialists: John Carew Eccles, Karl Raimund Popper and the ghost in the machine
The absent center of political ontology: Ante-bellum free blacks and political nothingness
Martyrs as philosophers: The school of Pamphilus and ascetic tradition in Eusebius's "Martyrs of Palestine"
Philosophy of history and the modern problem of freedom in Hannah Arendt's thought
Life and value: What ecology may mean for Christian ethics and faith
Orphic Poetics and the Intellectual Life of Lorenzo de' Medici's Circle
Nabokov's Philosophy of Art
Tragic light and language: An exploration of the mystical depths---and limits---of Holderlin's "second Bacchus"
Grasping the Infinite: Descartes' "Meditations" as an Exercise in Transcendental Philosophy
A Theory of Militant Democracy
Events in Progress, Dispositions, and Teleology
Entre el Renacimiento y el Nuevo Mundo: Vida y obras de Hernan Perez de Oliva (1494?-1531)
Love and War in the Writings of St. Augustine
Democratic exclusions: Disenfranchising all those affected and the legitimacy of judicial review
A Complex in a Second-Personal Context: A Philosophical Account of Romantic Love
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