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Monthly Archive for February, 2012

‘BETWEEN THE SCYLLA AND CHARYBDIS’: EDMUND HUSSERL’S 1906/07 LECTURES ON LOGIC AND THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE The period extending from the Autumn of 1906 to the “Five Lectures” of the Spring Semester 1907 marks a turning point in Husserl’s development. With the lectures on logic and theory of knowledge in the Winter Semester of 1906/07 we […]

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NON-NORMATIVE ETHICS, SOME THEMES FROM AGAMBEN  Giorgio Agamben’s writings are difficult to understand. They are particularly difficult for those, like myself, who approach them with a desire to be able to communicate what they say to philosophers of a more analytic stripe. Coming at his writings from that angle, I have found it illuminating to […]

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