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Anthony Gillies, Eric Dietrich Cognitive Carpentry
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Vasile Munteanu Starting with Foucault: An Introduction to Genealogy
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Zsuzsa Baross On the Ethics of Writing, after “Bosnia” (1): the Revenant
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Susan De Gaia Intergalactic Heroines: Land, Body, and Soul in Star Trek Voyager
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This article examines continuity and change in Star trek’s expression of the American Frontier Myth, moving from an American ideal of imperialist expansion across an unlimited feminized landscape and destruction of Indians and animals in the myth’s early form, to one of benevolent redemption of the Other as misguided or evil alien in the unlimited expanse of outer space in early Star Trek. Analysis of symbol and narrative in Star Trek Voyager show further change, as feminist and environmental ethics are included. Now, movement is toward earth rather than away from it, raced and gendered Others are often internalized rather than projected onto Indians and aliens, and nature is vulnerable and spiritual rather than unlimited and inert. Though women and nature are still linked and idealized as selfless givers, progress is also made as women gain equal rank and air time and men take on some traditionally feminine roles.
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John Caruana The Catastrophic “Site and Non-Site” of Proximity: Redeeming the Disaster of Being
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Eleanor M. Godway “The Being Which Is Behind Us”: Merleau-Ponty and the Question of Nature
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Jennifer Anna Gosetti The Poetic Politics of Dwelling: Hölderlin, Kant, and Heidegger
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Jean-Marc Gouanvic La Traduction et ses determinants sociaux dans les cultures source et cible
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Karen Houle Antiporn Cons and Pros: How Long Is the Arm of the Law?
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Edward P. Kazarian Deleuze, Perversion, and Politics
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Jonathan Salem-Wiseman Nature, Deception, and the Politics of Art: Divisions of Labor in Kant and Nietzsche
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Carolin Woolson Dewey on the Question of Community: or The Community in Question
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Phillips Edward Young Dance and the Problem of Postmodern Politics
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David Schultz Politics and Ideology: A Philosophical Approach
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W. Warren Wagar Foundations of Future Studies: Human Science for a New Era
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H. S. Harris Fichte: Historical Contexts, Contemporary Controversies
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Alexandra Tyler The Young Heidegger: Rumor of the Hidden King
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Maryanne J. Bertram Nietzsche and the Feminine
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