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The history of continental philosophy

Autor: Alan D Schrift
Editora: Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2010.
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Formato Físico Adicional: Online version:
History of continental philosophy.
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2010
(OCoLC)762067702
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Alan D Schrift
ISBN: 9780226740461 0226740463 9780226740492 0226740498
Número OCLC: 587209557
Descrição: 8 v. ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: v. 1. Kant, kantianism, and idealism: the origins of continental philosophy / edited by Thomas Nenon --
v. 2. Nineteenth-century philosophy: revolutionary responses to the existing order / edited by Alan D. Schrift and Daniel Conway --
v. 3. The new century: Bergsonism, phenomenology, and responses to modern science / edited by Keith Ansell-Pearson and Alan D. Schrift --
v. 4. Phenomenology: responses and developments / edited by Leonard Lawlor --
v. 5. Critical theory to structuralism: philosophy, politics, and the human sciences / edited by David Ingram --
v. 6. Poststructuralism and critical theory's second generation / edited by Alan D. Schrift --
v. 7. After poststructuralism: transitions and transformations / edited by Rosi Braidotti --
v. 8. Emerging trends in continental philosophy / edited by Todd May. Volume 1. Kant, Kantianism, and idealism: the origins of continental philosophy / edited by Thomas Nenon --
1. Immanuel Kant's turn to transcendental philosophy / Thomas Nenon --
2. Kant's early critics: Jacobi, Reinhold, Maimon / Richard Fincham --
3. Johann Gottfried Herder / Sonia Sikka --
4. Play and irony: Schiller and Schlegel on the liberating prospects of aesthetics / Daniel Dahlstrom --
5. Fichte and Husserl: life-world, the Other, and philosophical reflection / Robert R. Williams --
6. Schelling: philosopher of tragic dissonance / Joseph P. Lawrence --
7. Schopenhauer on empirical and aesthetic perception and cognition / Bart Vandenabeele --
8. G.W.F. Hegel / Terry Pinkard --
9. From Hegelian reason to Marxian revolution, 1831-48 / Lawrence S. Stepelevich --
10. Saint-Simon, Fourier, and Proudhon: "Utopian" French socialism / Diane Morgan --
Volume 2. Nineteenth-century philosophy: revolutionary responses to the existing order / edited by Alan D. Schrift and Daniel Conway --
1. Feuerbach and the left and right Hegelians / William Clare Roberts --
2. Marx and Marxism / Terrell Carver --
3. Søren Kierkegaard / Alastair Hannay --
4. Dostoevsky and Russian philosophy / Evgenia Cherkasova --
5. Life after the death of God: thus spoke Nietzsche / Daniel Conway --
6. Hermeneutics: Schleiermacher and Dilthey / Eric Sean Nelson --
7. French spiritualist philosophy / F.C.T. Moore --
8. The emergence of sociology and its theories: from Comte to Weber / Alan Sica --
9. Developments in philosophy of science and mathematics / Dale Jacquette --
10. Peirce: pragmatism and nature after Hegel / Douglas R. Anderson --
11. Aesthetics and the philosophy of art, 1840-1900 / Gary Shapiro --
Volume 3. The new century: Bergsonism, phenomenology, and responses to modern science / edited by Keith Ansell-Pearson and Alan D. Schrift --
1. Henri Bergson / John Mullarkey --
2. Neo-Kantianism in Germany and France / Sebastian Luft and Fabien Capeillères --
3. The emergence of French sociology: Émile Durkheim and Marcel Mauss / Mike Gane --
4. Analytic and continental traditions: Frege, Husserl, Carnap, and Heidegger / Michael Friedman and Thomas Ryckman --
5. Edmund Husserl / Thomas Nenon --
6. Max Scheler / Dan Zahavi --
7. The early Heidegger / Miguel de Beistegui --
8. Karl Jaspers / Leonard H. Ehrlich --
9. Phenomenology at home and abroad / Diane Perpich --
10. Early continental philosophy of science / Babette Babich --
11. Ludwig Wittgenstein / John Fennell and Bob Plant --
12. Freud and continental philosophy / Adrian Johnston --
13. Responses to evolution: Spencer's evolutionism, Bergsonism, and contemporary biology / Keith Ansell-Pearson, Paul-Antoine Miquel, and Michael Vaughan --
Volume 4. Phenomenology: responses and developments / edited by Leonard Lawlor --
1. Dialectic, difference, and the Other: the Hegelianizing of French phenomenology / John Russon --
2. Existentialism / S.K. Keltner and Samuel J. Julian --
3. Sartre and phenomenology / William L. McBride --
4. Continental aesthetics: phenomenology and antiphenomenology / Galen A. Johnson --
5. Merleau-Ponty at the limits of phenomenology / Mauro Carbone --
6. The hermeneutic transformation of phenomenology / Daniel L. Tate --
7. The later Heidegger / Dennis J. Schmidt --
8. Existential theology / Andreas Grossmann --
9. Religion and ethics / Felix Ó. Murchadha --
10. The philosophy of the concept / Pierre Cassou-Noguès --
11. Analytic philosophy and continental philosophy: four confrontations / Dermot Moran --
Volume 5. Critical theory to structuralism: philosophy, politics, and the human sciences / edited by David Ingram --
1. Carl Schmitt and early Western Marxism / Chris Thornhill --
2. The origins and development of the model of early critical theory in the work of Max Horkheimer, Erich Fromm, and Herbert Marcuse / John Abromeit --
3. Theodor W. Adorno / Deborah Cook --
4. Walter Benjamin / James McFarland --
5. Hannah Arendt: rethinking the political / Peg Birmingham --
6. Georges Bataille / Peter Tracey Connor --
7. French Marxism in its heyday / William L. McBride --
8. Black existentialism / Lewis R. Gordon --
9. Ferdinand de Saussure and linguistic structuralism / Thomas F. Broden --
10. Claude Lévi-Strauss / Brian C.J. Singer --
11. Jacques Lacan / Ed Pluth --
12. Late pragmatism, logical positivism, and their aftermath / David Ingram --
Volume 6. Poststructuralism and critical theory's second generation / edited by Alan D. Schrift --
1. French Nietzscheanism / Alan D. Schrift --
2. Louis Althusser / Warren Montag --
3. Michel Foucault / Timothy O'Leary --
4. Gilles Deleuze / Daniel W. Smith --
5. Jacques Derrida / Samir Haddad --
6. Jean-François Lyotard / James Williams --
7. Pierre Bourdieu and the practice of philosophy / Derek Robbins --
8. Michel Serres / David F. Bell --
9. Jürgen Habermas / Christopher F. Zurn --
10. Second generation critical theory / James Swindal --
11. Gadamer, Ricoeur, and the legacy of phenomenology / Wayne J. Froman --
12. The linguistic turn in continental philosophy / Claire Colebrook --
13. Psychoanalysis and desire / Rosi Braidotti and Alan D. Schrift --
14. Luce Irigaray / Mary Beth Mader --
15. Cixous, Kristeva, and Le Doeuff: three "French feminists" / Sara Heinämaa --
16. Deconstruction and the Yale School of literary theory / Jeffrey T. Nealon --
17. Rorty among the continentals / David R. Hiley --
Volume 7. After poststructuralism: transitions and transformations / edited by Rosi Braidotti --
1. Postmodernism / Simon Malpas --
2. German philosophy after 1980: themes out of school / Dieter Thomä --
3. The structuralist legacy / Patrice Maniglier --
4. Italian philosophy between 1980 and 1995 / Silvia Benso and Brian Schroeder --
5. Continental philosophy in the Czech Republic / Josef Fulka, Jr. --
6. Third generation critical theory: Benhabib, Fraser, and Honneth / Amy Allen --
7. French and Italian Spinozism / Simon Duffy --
8. Radical democracy / Lasse Thomassen --
9. Cultural and postcolonial studies / Iain Chambers --
10. The "ethical turn" in continental philosophy in the 1980s / Robert Eagleston --
11. Feminist philosophy: coming of age / Rosi Braidotti --
12. Continental philosophy of religion / Bruce Ellis Benson --
13. The performative turn and the emergence of post-analytic philosophy / José Medina --
14. Out of bounds: philosophy in an age of transition / Judith Butler and Rosi Braidotti --
Volume 8. Emerging trends in continental philosophy / edited by Todd May --
1. Rethinking gender: Judith Butler and feminist philosophy / Gayle Salamon --
2. Recent developments in aesthetics: Badiou, Rancière, and their interlocutors / Gabriel Rockhill --
3. Rethinking Marxism / Emily Zakin --
4. Thinking the event: Alain Badiou's philosophy and the task of critical theory / Bruno Bosteels --
5. Rethinking Anglo-American philosophy: the neo-Kantianism of Davidson, McDowell, and Brandom / John Fennell --
6. Rethinking science as science studies: Latour, Stengers, Prigogine / Dorothea Olkowski --
7. European citizenship: a postnationalist perspective / Rosi Braidotti --
8. Postcolonialism, postorientalism, postoccidentalism: the past that never went away and the future that never arrived / Eduardo Mendieta --
9. Continental philosophy and the environment / Jonathan Maskit --
10. Rethinking the new world order: responses to globalization/American hegemony / Todd May.
Responsabilidade: general editor, Alan D. Schrift.

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