Home » Archive by category Philosophy (Page 2)

Birth and Death in Nineteenth-Century French Culture (2007)

English, French | July 28, 2007 | ISBN: 9042022604 | 264 Pages | PDF | 1.31 MB This volume draws contributors from around the globe who represent the full range of approaches to scholarship in nineteenth-century French studies: historical, literary, cultural, art historical, philosophical, and comparative. The theme...
Continue

Trust in Epistemology (2019)

English | ISBN: 1138570036 | 2019 | 304 Pages | PDF | 2 MB Trust is fundamental to epistemology. It features as theoretical bedrock in a broad cross-section of areas including social epistemology, the epistemology of self-trust, feminist epistemology, and the philosophy of science. Yet epistemology has seen...
Continue

Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Visual Art (2014)

English | 2014 | ISBN: 1472524624 | 320 Pages | PDF | 15,6 MB The concept of schizoanalysis is Deleuze and Guattari’s fusion of psychoanalytic-inspired theories of the self, the libido and desire with Marx-inspired theories of the economy, history and society. Schizoanalysis holds that art’s function is...
Continue

Thucydides and the Pursuit of Freedom (2015)

English | 2015 | ISBN: 080145316X | 208 Pages | PDF | 1,7 MB In Thucydides and the Pursuit of Freedom, Mary P. Nichols argues for the centrality of the idea of freedom in Thucydides’ thought. Through her close reading of his History of the Peloponnesian War, she...
Continue

The New Demons: Rethinking Power and Evil Today (2014)

English | 2014 | ISBN: 0804786240, 080479295X | 416 Pages | PDF | 26 MB As long as we care about suffering in the world, says political philosopher Simona Forti, we are compelled to inquire into the question of evil. But is the concept of evil still useful...
Continue

Unbearable Life: A Genealogy of Political Erasure (2019)

English | 2019 | ISBN: 0231193386, 0231193394 | 288 Pages | PDF | 2 MB In ancient Rome, any citizen who had brought disgrace upon the state could be subject to a judgment believed to be worse than death: damnatio memoriae, condemnation of memory. The Senate would decree...
Continue