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101. International Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 38 > Issue: 3
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102. International Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 38 > Issue: 2
Alejandro de Acosta, Falguni Sheth A Conversation with Noam Chomsky
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Zachary Davis The Leisure of Walking: Resisting the Busyness of Consumption
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Margret Grebowicz Relocating the Non-Place: Reading Negri With/Against Haraway
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Trent H. Hamann Control and Expose: The Work of Neoliberalism
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Leigh M. Johnson Transitional Truth and Historical Justice: Philosophical Foundations and Implications of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
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Sarah Clark Miller The Global Duty to Care and the Politics of Peace
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Mickaella L. Perina Race and the Politics of Citizenship: The Conflict over Jus Soli and Jus Sanguinis
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Mary C. Rawlinson Toward an Ethics of Place: A Philosophical Analysis of Cultural Tourism
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Lissa Skitolsky The Case for Comparison Between Nazism and the War Against Terror: A Study in Bio-Politics
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Amy E. Wendling The Dignity of Labor?: A Marxist Challenge to Traditional Marxism
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112. International Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 38 > Issue: 2
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113. International Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 38 > Issue: 1
Monika Brodnicka The Tale of Knowledge: Weaving Identity Beyond its Limits
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Jason St. John Oliver Campbell The Plantation System Throughout Jamaica and the Early Caribbean: An Epoch of Exploitation Ushers in Neoliberal Economics
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Julio César Díaz Tuchē and Technē: An Archeology of Luck and Poetic Art in Greek Thought
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Mary Gennuso What’s In a Lie?: Rousseau’s Reveries and Ribbon Incident
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Denise Kleinrichert The Essence of What it Means to be Human
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Crista Lebens White Feminism and Antiracism: Connecting Within/Across Communities
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Amy Newman The Secret Relationship Between Philosophy and Religion
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Modern philosophy presents us with amalgams which testify to its vigour and vitality, but which also have their dangers for thespirit. A strange mixture of ontology and anthropology, of atheism and theology. A little Christian spiritualism, a little Hegeliandialectic, a little phenomenology (our modern scholasticism) and a little Nietzschean fulguration oddly combined in varying proportions.We see Marx and the Pre-Socratics, Hegel and Nietzsche, dancing hand in hand in a round in celebration of the surpassing of metaphysics and even the death of philosophy properly speaking. (Deleuze, NP, 195)
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Joshua Ben David Nichols The Ab-omination of Desolation Speaking or on the Consequences of Speaking Ab-solutely
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