Philosophical Romanticism by Nikolas Kompridis

By Nikolas Kompridis

Philosophical Romanticism is one of many first books to deal with the connection among philosophy and romanticism, a space that's at present present process a tremendous revival. This number of specially-written articles through world-class philosophers explores the contribution of romantic proposal to subject matters resembling freedom, autonomy, and subjectivity; reminiscence and mind's eye; pluralism and useful reasoning; modernism, scepticism and irony; paintings and ethics; and cosmology, time and technology.

While the roots of romanticism are to be present in early German idealism, Philosophical Romanticism exhibits that it isn't a in simple terms ecu phenomenon: the advance of romanticism may be traced via to North American philosophy within the period of Emerson and Dewey, and as much as the present paintings of Stanley Cavell and Richard Rorty. The articles during this assortment recommend that philosophical romanticism bargains a compelling replacement to either the reductionist traits of the naturalism in 'analytic' philosophy, and deconstruction and other kinds of scepticism present in 'continental' philosophy.


This extraordinary assortment can be of curiosity to these learning philosophy, literature and 19th and 20th century thought.

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Pérolas de Nietzsche II (Portuguese Edition) by CLEBERSON EDUARDO DA COSTA

By CLEBERSON EDUARDO DA COSTA

"O pensador é, antes de tudo, dinamite: um aterrorizante explosivo que põe em perigo o mundo inteiro."
Friedrich Nietzsche
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(a5, 162 páginas) - Não terei, aqui, como já não tive no livro “Pérolas de Nietzsche v.1”, a pretensão de elucidar e nem tampouco querer explicar e/ou traduzir Nietzsche, uma vez que, penso que, o mesmo, como também já dito mas que também se faz necessário redizer, por tão complexo e hermético que é, não pode ser traduzido. Penso mais: que, todo aquele que tem a pretensão de explicar e/ou traduzir Nietzsche, corre também o risco de traí-lo.

Meu objetivo, sendo assim, como não poderia deixar de ser, é apenas o de buscar fomentar o diálogo e a problematização acerca de questões que, a meu ver, têm sido mal colocadas e/ou desvirtuadas por parte de muitos ditos filósofos pós-modernos a respeito dos principais axiomas de Nietzsche.

Na unidade I, de forma problematizadora, desenvolveremos proposições relacionadas aos processos de superação humana, defendidos por Nietzsche, atrelados estes a necessidade do resgate da humanidade por meio do pensar filosófico e do exercício das capacidades criativas e/ou artísticas, uma vez que, segundo o mesmo, aí estariam dadas as possibilidades (depois da anunciada, por ele, grande tragédia humana sistematizada na period moderna pela ciência), de redenção e/ou elevação humana.

Nas unidades II e III discorreremos sobre os sentidos da Arte e da Filosofia, como também das suas respectivas funções sociais.

Na unidade IV, sob as formas de versos e/ou prosas, apresentaremos novos trabalhos, novas ideias, epistemologicamente fundamentados – direta ou indiretamente - nos principais axiomas de Nietzsche.

Esperamos que, esse livro, assim como todas as obras do autor, possa contribuir à formação de uma geração não somente mais reflexiva e crítica do seu pace, mas também mais humana. Esperamos também que, por meio dela, possa-se compreender que, querer buscar desenvolver a especulação filosófica e/ou o que-fazer artístico nem de longe são, como há tempos tem sido falsamente pregado pelos cientistas pragmáticos, dedicar-se à aquisição de cultura dita inútil, mas, muito pelo contrário, como diria o próprio Nietzsche:
“Caminhar-se no sentido de querer buscar a superação e/ou elevação humana, não somente no sentido singular, mas também enquanto espécie.”

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Die drei Dimensionen der Zeit oder das Geheimnis des Gehirns by Arthur Dent

By Arthur Dent

Ich bin ganz fest überzeugt davon, dass da draußen unzählige intelligente Menschen darauf warten, auch immer clever unterhalten zu werden. Interessante neue Hypothesen sind dafür ein probates Mittel, sowohl zum persönlichen Nachdenken wie auch zur gemeinsamen Diskussion. Haben Sie sich nicht ab und zu auch schon mal gefragt, was once es eigentlich ist, das da ständig, ununterbrochen und sehr intensiv in unserem Kopf arbeitet?

Wichtigster Baustein dabei ist die nähere Betrachtung der Verbindung unseres ideellen Bewusstseins zur materiellen Realität da draußen. Haben Sie vielleicht Lust, mich auf eine Entdeckungsreise mit zumeist alltäglichen, aber durchaus auch mit außergewöhnlichen Geschichten zu begleiten? Ich freue mich jedenfalls sehr über Ihr geschätztes Interesse und wünsche Ihnen viel Freude und Nachdenken mit diesem Buch!

Mit besinnlichen Grüßen
Ihr Arthur Dent

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Thinking with Irigaray (SUNY series in Gender Theory) by Mary C. Rawlinson,Sabrina L. Hom,Serene J. Khader

By Mary C. Rawlinson,Sabrina L. Hom,Serene J. Khader

An interdisciplinary and modern reaction to Irigaray’s work.

Thinking with Irigaray takes up Irigaray’s problem to imagine past the androcentric, one-subject tradition, deciding on a lot that's important and illuminative in Irigaray’s paintings whereas additionally wondering a few of her assumptions and claims. a few participants reject outright her prescriptions for altering our tradition, others recommend that her prescriptions are inconsistent with the fundamental moral matters of her venture, and nonetheless others try and establish blind spots in her paintings. via confronting and demanding the mechanisms of masculine domination Irigaray has pointed out and utilizing those insights to a variety of useful and modern matters, together with well known media representations of women’s sexuality, feminist perform within the arts, political resistance, and yoga, the members display the original capability of Irigaray’s suggestion inside of feminist philosophy and gender studies.

“The undertaking of ‘thinking with Irigaray’ is what i locate specially worthy during this paintings; all the members seeks to soak up a facet of Irigaray’s idea and to advance it additional in terms of a selected not easy. it is a beneficiant process that returns Irigaray’s contribution to feminist idea by way of exhibiting tips to take her considering extra in ways in which are inventive and optimistic, in addition to significantly informed.” — Rachel Jones, college of Dundee

Mary C. Rawlinson is affiliate Professor of Philosophy and Comparative Literature at Stony Brook college, nation college of latest York. She is the coeditor (with Ellen okay. Feder and Emily Zakin) of Derrida and Feminism: Recasting the query of lady and (with Shannon Lundeen) of The Voice of Breast melanoma in medication and Bioethics.

Sabrina L. Hom is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Westminster collage in Salt Lake urban, Utah.

Serene Khader is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook collage, SUNY. She is the writer of Adaptive personal tastes and Women’s Empowerment.

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Rational Causation by Eric Marcus

By Eric Marcus

modern philosophers of brain are inclined to clarify rationality via viewing the brain as a type of machine—the purely replacement, it has appeared, to a ghostly supernatural clarification. Marcus rejects this selection as fake and defends a 3rd way—via rational causation, which pulls at the theoretical and functional inferential talents of human beings.

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Don't Beat Your Children Or They'll Turn Out Like Me by BLUE

By BLUE

?Don?t Beat your kids Or They?ll end up Like Me,? is a ebook of Haiku?s and brief poems that has captured Harlem residing thoroughly and never as soon as did BLUE unfastened road creditability. BLUE has taken the ugliness of the ghetto and taken humor and wonder to the typical studies at the streets.
There is a brand new circulation that should be said and BLUE's phrases are a massive a part of that.

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False Truths: The Error of Relying on Authority by Edward C. Mendler

By Edward C. Mendler

In fake Truths, Edward C. Mendler contends that a number of the ideals, tenets, conclusions, and understandings which are generally accredited as “truths” are, in truth, now not legitimate in any respect. Such doubtful and fake thoughts come up not just in philosophy and theology but in addition less than the rubrics of cosmology, quantum physics, democracy, freedom, economics, and numerous points of “human nature” and evolution. We settle for and take in those fake principles simply because they have been and are propounded by means of “authorities,” either old and glossy. Mendler asserts that we must always problem all of them — from Plato directly to modern theorists in all of these fields — and query and study each component to their conclusions.

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Broken Hegemonies (Studies in Continental Thought) by Reiner Schürmann

By Reiner Schürmann

"... a publication of remarkable originality and intensity, an excellent and relatively new interpretation of the character and background of philosophy." —John Sallis

In damaged Hegemonies, the past due exotic thinker Reiner Schürmann deals an intensive rethinking of the historical past of Western philosophy from the Greeks via Heidegger. Schürmann translates the background of Western suggestion and motion as a sequence of eras ruled via the increase and fall of definite dominating philosophical rules that contained the seeds in their personal destruction. those eras coincided with their dominant languages: Greek, Latin, and vernacular tongues. examining philosophical texts from Parmenides, Plotinus, and Cicero, via Augustine, Meister Eckhardt, and Kant, to Heidegger, Schürmann lines the arguments in which those principles received hegemony and wherein their credibility used to be finally demolished. spotting the failure of final norms, damaged Hegemonies questions how humanity at the present time is to imagine and act within the absence of principles.

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Deleuze on Literature (Deleuze and the Arts) by Ronald Bogue

By Ronald Bogue

this is often the 1st complete advent to Deleuze's paintings on literature. It presents thorough remedies of Deleuze's early booklet on Proust and his seminal quantity on Kafka and minor literature. Deleuze on Literature situates these reviews and lots of different scattered writings inside a normal undertaking that extends all through Deleuze's career-that of conceiving of literature as a sort of health and wellbeing and the author as a cultural physician.

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Nostalgia del Absoluto (Biblioteca de Ensayo / Serie menor) by George Steiner,María Tabuyo,Agustín López

By George Steiner,María Tabuyo,Agustín López

Los textos del presente volumen, Nostalgia del Absoluto, nacen de una reflexión, a raíz de un ciclo de cinco conferencias emitidas por los angeles radio canadiense en el otoño de 1974, sobre el vacío ethical y emocional que ha dejado en l. a. cultura occidental l. a. decadencia de los sistemas religiosos institucionales. Con l. a. refinada erudición que le caracteriza, no exenta, como es traditional en él, de cierto tono intempestivo e irónico, George Steiner examina las mitologías sustitutivas de las religiones tradicionales que ofrecen l. a. filosofía políti-ca de Marx, el psicoanálisis de Freud y l. a. antropología de Lévi-Strauss, sin olvidar l. a. astrología, el ocultismo y los cultos orientales, todos ellos intentos fallidos de dar una respuesta common a los angeles quandary de sentido que afecta al hombre moderno.

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