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International Studies in Philosophy

Volume 27
Papers of the North American Nietzsche Society, 1992-1994

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Joseph Arsenault, Tony Brinkley “Dialectic at a Standstill”
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James Dodd The Body as “Sign and Tool” in Hegel’s Encyclopaedia
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Ladelle McWhorter Is There Sexual Difference in the Work of Georges Bataille?
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David Martinez There’s Always the Sun: Cézanne’s Doubt and the Affirmations of Tamayo
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William D. Melaney Vattimo and Literary Understanding: An Essay on Recent Hermeneutics
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Chris Nagel Sexualities: Merleau-Ponty and Foucault on the Meaning of Sex
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Jeffrey Paris Interrogating Whiteness: Dialogue as a Pragmatist Tool for Postmodern Identity Formation or Breaking Bread with bell hooks and Cornel West
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Yevgenia Skorobogatov-Gray Bakhtin, Rabelais, and Utopia
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Paul Swift In-Jestion: Intestinal Laughter in Kant and Nietzsehe
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Lisa Tessman Who Are My People?: Communitarianism and the Interlocking of Oppressions
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Nicolas Veroli Richard Rorty and Solidarity, or the Inconsequence of a Certain Capacity
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Laura E. Weed Freud and the Torah
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Beth Halpern The Self in Social Theory
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Don Ihde Discourse on Disenchantment: Reflections on Politics and Technology
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Gabe Eisenstein The Postmodern Explained
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A. Lichtigfeld Knowledge and Experience
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Robert C. Ulin Culture Through Time: Anthropological Approaches
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Murray G. Murphey Reasoning and the Logic of Things
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Robert L. Perkins Divine Subjectivity: Understanding Hegel’s Philosophy of Religion
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