Philosophy Today, Volume 54, Number 4 (Winter 2010)

Philosophy Today, Volume 54, Number 4 (Winter 2010)

Language: English

Pages: 105

ISBN: 2:00139192

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Philosophy Today, Volume 54, Number 4, Winter 2010. 105 Pages; ISSN 0031-8256

About this journal: Founded in 1957, Philosophy Today is a quarterly magazine published by DePaul University. The magazine has a circulation of over 1,000 readers and specializes in information on contemporary philosophy and philosophers. The Editor of the magazine is David W. Pellauer.
Some info in this journal could be found here: http://www.highbeam.com/publications/philosophy-today-p62075

Contents:
Sanem Yazicioglu - ARENDTS HERMENEUTIC INTERPRETATION OF KANTIAN REFLECTIVE JUDGMENT
Lou Agosta - HEIDEGGER'S 1924 CLEARING OF THE AFFECTS USING ARISTOTLE'S RHETORIC, BOOK II
James Magrini - THE WORK OF ART AND TRUTH OF BEING AS "HISTORICAL"READING BEING AND TIME, "THE ORIGIN OF THE WORK OF ART," AND THE "TURN" (KEHRE) IN HEIDEGGER'S PHILOSOPHY OF THE 1930s
David Roberts - THE INTEGRITY OF EVIL. KIERKEGAARD ON THE ACTUALIZATION OF HUMAN EVIL
Stefano Micali - THE CAPITALISTIC CULT OF PERFORMANCE
David Gross - THE RELIGIOUS CRITIQUE OF CULTURE. PAUL TILLICH AND HANS URS VON BALTHASAR
Bernard Freydberg - THE ROMANCE OF A PLATONIC CROSSING
Jerry H.Gill - THOMAS AQUINAS IN FLATLAND. REFLECTIONS ON ANALOGIES OF PROPORTIONALITY

Additional keywords: "Being and Time", Authentic Historicality, spiritlessness, capitalism as religion, religious critique of culture, aesthetic and reflective Judgment

Details on this file: 8 articles and 40 bookmarks in this journal; a b/w 600 dpi scan (upscale from 400 dpi); text layer and cover added. This e-copy is first time on the free Internet!

P.S. vols 1-4 of 2010 do not make a "complete yearpack" yet - here's what I'm missing: Philosophy Today Vol. 54, Supplement 2010 http://www.phenomenology.ro/library/record4705.html

The Perennial Philosophy

Berkeley's Philosophy of Science (International Archives of the History of Ideas: Archives internationales d'histoire des idées, Volume 65)

Theatetus

Philosophy of Justice

On Aristotle on the Soul 1.3-5 (Ancient Commentators on Aristotle)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

S0ren Kierkegaard is critical of this view of evil He finds this view PHILOSOPHY TODAY 364 to be an inadequate explanation of the power of moral evil that we experience in the world. The effects of evil we experience are not simply due to evil's destructive tendencies, according to Kierkegaard, but due to a powerful integrity within the nature of moral evil itself. No doubt there are forms of evil that move in the direction of privation and lack, but I will argue in this essay that Kierkegaard

Hubert). Capitalism as Religion: What is Religion? In Profanations, religion is conceived as an originary operation of separation between the domain of the sacred/holy and the domain of the profane. At the beginning of the twentieth PHILOSOPHY TODAY 382 century the category of sacer became the essential criterion for defining religious phenomena: the importance of the category sacer is visible not only in sociological research on religion (Hubert, Mauss, Durkheim), but also in the

necessarily coterminous. The contraction of these three different moments leads to many questions: Is the neutralization of dispositifs possible without the dimension of pure means being involved? How pure are the pure means? Is there a difference between being "emancipated" from a specific fore-established end and being separated from the end as such? Does the child's play entail the abstraction from any form of end whatsoever? Or is there at each very moment an explorative re-invention of new

on the wall of the cave, can be interpreted otherwise: the shadows are fully real; they are the stuff of living finite substance. L&B's edition abounds with such occasions to think along with them and sometimes against them as well, but in ways that would not suggest themselves without their prodding. Regarding the shadows, those on the wall of the cave and those shadow-like Flatlanders (I will call them by that name for convenience) differ visibly only in degree: the Flatlanders are

Like the demonic sign of Socrates that occurs only to him, the Sphere shows itself to A Square uniquely. And like the Athenians who convict Socrates, the officials of Flatland convict A Square. L&B present the connection between A Square's first entry into Spaceland and the liberated cave dweller's initial response to his emergence into the light. "Either this is madness or it is Hell," exclaims A Square." L&B comment: Images (eikones) Intellection (jioêsis) Thought (dianoia) Thrust (pistis)

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