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41. International Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 39 > Issue: 3
R. Kevin Hill Nietzsche’s Debt to Kant’s Theory of the Beautiful in Birth of Tragedy
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Bernard Reginster What is New in “Nietzsche’s New Darwinism?”
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Maudemarie Clark On Nietzsche’s Darwinism
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John Richardson Replies to Clark and Reginster
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David McNeill Bad Conscience and the Origin of Temporality
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Robert Guay Transcendental Elitism
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48. International Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 39 > Issue: 2
Michael Brownstein Rawls, Foucault, Michael Moore, and 50 Cent on the Terms of Democratic Discourse
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Anna Carastathis A Phenomenology of Fetishism: Alienated Production and the Appearance of “Race”
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Alejandro de Acosta Two Styles of Anti-Statist Subjectivity
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Christopher A. Fox Real Subsumption, the Faith-Based Self, and Resistance: Toward a Plebian Religio-politics
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Fouad Kalouche “New Slavery” within the Context of the Contemporary Transformations of Capitalism
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William S. Lewis Concrete Analysis and Pragmatic Social Theory (Notes Towards an Althusserian Critical Theory)
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Annika Thiem Between Passion and Politics: Kierkegaard, Benjamin, and Religious Ethics
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Ludger H. Viefhues-Bailey Patriotic Dreams, Illicit Sex and Divine Graces: The Intersection of Religion, Politics, and Sexual Normativity in Conservative Christian Discourse on Homosexuality
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Sigrid Hackenberg Almansa The Figure of Total History, the Sacred and Terror
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Jason St. John Oliver Campbell, Chioke I’Anson Beyond Gender Essentialism and the Social and Construction of Gender: Redefining the Conception of Gender through a Reinvestigation of Transgender Theory
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Benjamin Galatzer-Levy Moral Thought at the Limits of Enlightenment: Kant and Sade
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Matthew Sanderson Catastrophic Time: Kant and Lyotard on Sublime Temporality
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