By Sebastiano Ghisu
By Katalin Nun,Jon Stewart
By Horst Hutter
By Regina Celia Popim
By Dominique Catteau
Dans ce quantity II, l'auteur poursuit son exploration croisée, analysant les affects, les parallèles,et les " cousinages " de Nietzsche et de Berlioz. Deux personnalités qui, l'une en philosophie et l'autre en musique, peuvent faire determine d'incompris au panthéon des grands créateurs. Un rapprochement étayé par des recherches et des références d'une grande précision.
By Diane Enns,Antonio Calcagno
Does love command an ineffability that continues to be inaccessible to the philosopher?
Thinking approximately Love considers the character and event of affection throughout the writing of famous Continental philosophers equivalent to Hannah Arendt, Simone de Beauvoir, Jacques Derrida, and Maurice Merleau-Ponty.
Evolving types of social association, quick advancements within the box of psychology, and novel diversifications on relationships call for new methods to and methods of speaking approximately love. instead of providing prescriptive claims, this quantity explores how one could take into consideration the concept that philosophically, with no trying to unravel or alleviate its ambiguities, paradoxes, and barriers. The essays specialize in the contradictions and bounds of affection, manifested in such phenomena as belief, abuse, grief, loss of life, violence, politics, and wish.
An erudite exam of the various elements of affection, this book fills a lacuna within the philosophy of this richly advanced topic.
Along with the editors, the members are Sophie Bourgault, John Caruana, Christina M. Gschwandtner, Marguerite l. a. Caze, Alphonso Lingis, Christian Lotz, Todd might, Dawne McCance, Dorothea Olkowski, Felix Ó Murchadha, Fiona Utley, and Mélanie Walton.
By Victoria Kahn,Neil Saccamano,Daniela Coli
Focusing at the new theories of human motivation that emerged through the transition from feudalism to the trendy interval, this can be the 1st e-book of recent essays at the dating among politics and the passions from Machiavelli to Bentham. participants handle the obstacle of ethical and philosophical discourse within the early glossy interval; the need of inventing a brand new method of describing the relation among mirrored image and motion, and personal and public selves; the disciplinary law of the physique; and the ideological structure of id. the gathering as an entire asks no matter if a discourse of the passions may well supply a severe viewpoint at the politics of subjectivity. no matter what their particular method of the query of ideology, the entire essays re-evaluate the legacy of the passions in smooth political concept and the significance of the heritage of politics and the passions for contemporary political debates.
participants, as well as the editors, are Nancy Armstrong, Judith Butler, Riccardo Caporali, Howard Caygill, Patrick Coleman, Frances Ferguson, John Guillory, Timothy Hampton, John P. McCormick, and Leonard Tennenhouse.
By Stefan Gandler,Andreas Greiert,Thomas Jung,Thomas Khurana,Marc Kleine,Christian Lotz,Konstantinos Rantis,Gert Sautermeister,Hans-Ernst Schiller,Michael Schwarz,Hermann Schweppenhäuser,Sebastian Tränkle,Gerhard Schweppenhäuser
By Walter A. Kaufmann,Stanley Corngold
Originally released in 1959, The religion of a Heretic is the main own assertion of the ideals of Nietzsche biographer and translator Walter Kaufmann. a chief thinker in his personal correct, Kaufmann the following presents the fullest account of his perspectives on faith. even if he thought of himself a heretic, he used to be now not resistant to the wellsprings and impulses from which faith originates, mentioning it one of the most crucial and radical expressions of the human brain. starting with an autobiographical prologue that lines his evolution from non secular believer to "heretic," the ebook touches on theology, equipped faith, morality, pain, and death—all tested from the point of view of a "quest for honesty." Kaufmann additionally matters philosophy's religion honestly, cause, and absolute morality to a similar heretical remedy. The ensuing exploration of the faiths of a nonbeliever in a mundane age is as clean and tough as while it was once first published.
In a brand new foreword, Stanley Corngold vividly describes the highbrow and biographical milieu of Kaufmann’s provocative book.
By Brendan Moran,Carlo Salzani
Written through across the world well-known students, Towards the Critique of Violence is the 1st e-book to discover politico-philosophic implications of Benjamin's 'Critique of Violence' and correlative implications of Benjamin's resonance in Agamben's writings. subject matters of this assortment comprise mythic violence, the options of non-violent clash answer, ambiguity, future or destiny, determination and nature, and the relation among justice and considering. the quantity explores Agamben's utilization of convinced Benjaminian topics, resembling Judaism and legislations, naked existence, sacrifice, and Kantian event, culminating with the English translation of Agamben's 'On the bounds of Violence'.