By Henriette Steiner,Maximilian Sternberg
By Henriette Steiner,Maximilian Sternberg
By Guido Naschert,Gideon Stiening
Werner Euler: Commercium mentis et corporis? Ernst Platners medizinische Anthropologie in der Kritik von Marcus Herz und Immanuel Kant
Hans-Peter Nowitzki: Platner und die Wolffsche Philosophietradition
Gideon Stiening: Platners Aufklärung. Das Theorem der angeborenen Ideen zwischen Anthropologie, Erkenntnistheorie und Metaphysik
Udo Thiel: Das "Gefühl Ich". Ernst Platner zwischen Empirischer Psychologie und Transzendentalphilosophie
Falk Wunderlich: Ernst Platners Auseinandersetzung mit David Hume
Temilo van Zantwijk: Platner, Kant und der Skeptizismus
Jutta Heinz: "Eben so viel feine Beobachtungsgabe, als philosophischen Scharfsinn". Anthropologische Charakteristik in Platners Philosophischen Aphorismen
Michael Ansel: Ernst Platner und die Popularphilosophie
Simone De Angelis: Unbewußte Perzeptivität und metaphysisches Bedürfnis. Ernst Platners Auseinandersetzung mit Haller in den Quaestiones physiologicae (1794)
Udo Roth: "Es giebt eine gewisse Gattung des Wahnsinns, [.] nämlich den verborgenen". Ernst Platner als Forensiker
Alessandro Lazzari: Platner und Reinhold über das Vergnügen
Martin Bondeli: Über eine "Entdeckung" in der Psychologie. Reinholds Auseinandersetzung mit Platners Bemerkungen zur Geschichte des Seelenbegriffs
Hans-Peter Nowitzki: Curriculum Vitae. Fundstücke und Nachträge zur Biographie Ernst Platners
Guido Naschert: Johann Georg Sulzer (1720-1779)
Volker Dieringer: Kants Theodizee-Aufsatz im Spiegel neuerer Arbeiten. Ein Forschungsbericht
By Matthias Vogel,Darrell Arnold
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By Christopher D. Tirres
Keeping precise to the strategy of pragmatism, the ebook starts off inductively with a collection of exact experiences-- the nice Friday liturgies on the San Fernando Cathedral in San Antonio, Texas-- and offers a compelling description of how those performative rituals combine the cultured and moral dimensions of religion. next chapters probe this integration deductively at 3 degrees of theoretical research: experience/metaphysics, sociality, and pedagogy. As Tirres indicates, the classy and moral dimensions of religion emerge in numerous but comparable methods in any respect 3 degrees. He argues that using the kinds of the cultured and moral allows a richer figuring out of the dynamic dating among religion and politics.
This booklet builds new bridges among a few discourses and key figures, and should be of curiosity to all who're attracted to the liberatory strength of engaged religion praxis, specially while it truly is expressed within the type of non secular ritual.
By Shannon Sullivan
Ranging from the tummy and the intestine to the hips and the center, from autoimmune ailments to epigenetic markers, Sullivan demonstrates the gastrointestinal results of sexual abuse that disproportionately impact ladies, frequently manifesting as IBS, Crohn's sickness, or comparable sensible issues. She additionally explores the transgenerational results of racism through epigenetic alterations in African American girls, who event a lot better pre-term delivery premiums than white girls do, and he or she finds the unjust merits for middle healthiness skilled by means of white humans due to their racial privilege. eventually, constructing the thought of a physiological treatment that does not prioritize bringing subconscious conduct to unsleeping knowledge, Sullivan closes with a double-barreled process for either operating for institutional switch and reworking biologically subconscious habits.
The Physiology of Sexist and Racist Oppression skillfully combines feminist and important philosophy of race with the organic and wellbeing and fitness sciences. the result's a serious body structure of race and gender that provides new techniques for battling male and white privilege.
By Stephen Eric Bronner
By Alain Badiou,Joseph Litvak
English-speaking readers could be shocked to benefit that Alain Badiou writes fiction and performs with his philosophical works and they are only as very important to knowing his better highbrow undertaking. In Ahmed the Philosopher, Badiou's such a lot interesting and obtainable play, translated into English the following for the 1st time, readers are brought to Badiou's philosophy via a theatrical journey de strength that has met with a lot good fortune in France.
Ahmed the Philosopher offers its comedian hero, the "treacherous servant" Ahmed, as a seductively trenchant thinker whilst it casts philosophy itself as a comic book functionality. The comedy unfolds as a chain of classes, with every one "short play" or cartoon illuminating a unique Badiousian thought. but Ahmed does greater than illustrate philosophical abstractions; he embodies and vivifies the theatrical and performative features of philosophy, mobilizing a comic book strength that exposes the vacancy and pomp of the realm. via his instance, the viewers is moved to a dwelling engagement with philosophy, learning in it the ability to wreck during the limits of daily life.
By Andrew J. Douglas
Focusing at the serious postures of Hegel, Marx, and a sequence of twentieth-century intellectuals, together with Sartre, Adorno, and C. L. R. James, this publication explores what dialectical pondering includes and the way such considering could converse to the lived realities of the modern political second. what's published isn't a proper procedure or a grand philosophical process, yet really a reflective strength or disposition—a dialectical spirit of critique—that attracts normative sustenance from an emancipatory ethical imaginative and prescient yet that continues to be attuned mostly to clash and rigidity, and to the tragic uncertainties of political lifestyles. In mild of the original demanding situations of the late-modern age, as theorists and voters fight to maintain an energetic and coherent severe time table, In the Spirit of Critique invitations critical reconsideration of a wealthy and elusive highbrow tradition.
Andrew J. Douglas is Assistant Professor of Political technology at Morehouse College.
By Louise Mabille
Louise Mabille fills a niche within the scholarship on Nietzsche through delivering a major and engaging account of his engagement with the Anglo-Saxon philosophical culture.