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    The Clearing and its Truth
    Études Phénoménologiques 19 (37): 3-25. 2003.
  • Die anerkennungskrise und der amerikanische traum
    In Wilhelm Raimund Beyer, Andreas Arndt, Myriam Gerhard & Jure Zovko (eds.), 1996, De Gruyter. pp. 213-219. 1997.
  • Existential Personalism
    Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association 60 253-255. 1986.
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    Lawrence J. Hatab, Proto-Phenomenology and the Nature of Language: Dwelling in Speech I (review)
    Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual 9 226-238. 2019.
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    Robert Scharff’s How History Matters to Philosophy (review)
    Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual 8 85-96. 2018.
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    Critical Study Heidegger's Last Word
    Review of Metaphysics 41 (3): 589-606. 1988.
    LECTURE NOTES MAY BE "MURKY SOURCES," yet during the past decade "murky" manuscripts have been instrumental in the publication of many of Heidegger's own legendary lectures during the years between the world wars. To be sure, the Heidegger of these lectures is very much, as he puts it, "under way." His motto for the complete edition of his works reads: "Ways--not works." Nevertheless, as might be expected from lectures, the wording is simpler, the style more casual, and the chain of thoughts mor…Read more
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    In her fine monograph, Kunst als Erkenntnis, Ursula Franke remarked that "Baumgarten ist sich der Schwerfälligkeit seines Stils offenbar bewußt gewesen." Not the least because of difficulties with his Latin style, Baumgarten's work has been little researched, despite the commonplace that he "founded" the science of aesthetics. These precise, but nonetheless quite readable, translations by Heinz Paetzold and Rudolf Schweizer should remedy this situation.
  • The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy
    The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy 8. 2000.
    Part of the bafflement over expressions like “contemporary” and “postmodern” in philosophy can be traced to a flood of nineteenth-century historians of philosophy who dubbed the so-called “post-medieval” era from Bacon and Descartes to Mill and Nietzsche the “Philosophie der Neuzeit,” “L’époque moderne,” and “modern philosophy.” Even the philosophers mentioned suffice to indicate that these labels are often only placeholders for views of thinkers linked by little more than a birth after the onse…Read more
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    In lectures and writings during the 1920s, Heidegger appropriates what he takes to be the basic insights expressed in Parmenides’ Poem, even as he criticizes other decisive and fateful aspects of it. He gives his most ample, early account of major parts of Parmenides’ Poem in 1922 lectures on Aristotle. The aim of this study is to review Heidegger’s account in those lectures, with a view to showing how Heidegger’s reading of Parmenides contributes to thinking that culminates in the project of fu…Read more
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    : Whereas research on Moses Mendelssohn’s Morning Hours has largely focused on the proofs for the existence of God and the elaboration of a purified pantheism in the Second Part of the text, scholars have paid far less attention to the First Part where Mendelssohn details his mature epistemology and conceptions of truth. In an attempt to contribute to remedying this situation, the present article critically examines his account, in the First Part, of different types of truth, different types of …Read more
  • Kant's philosophical achievements have long overshadowed those of his German contemporaries, often to the point of concealing his contemporaries' influence upon him. This volume of new essays draws on recent research into the rich complexity of eighteenth-century German thought, examining key figures in the development of aesthetics and art history, the philosophy of history and education, political philosophy, and the philosophy of religion. The essays range over numerous thinkers including Bau…Read more
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    The Unity of Knowledge and Action: A Study in Wang Yang-Ming’s Moral Psychology (review)
    International Philosophical Quarterly 24 (4): 442-444. 1984.
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    The Natural Right of Equal Opportunity in Kant’s Civil Union
    Southern Journal of Philosophy 23 (3): 295-303. 1985.
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    The jumble of themes contained in Feuerbach’s Gedanken über Tod und Unsterblichkeit testify to the youthfulness of a work published when its author was a mere 26. These “thoughts” contain a scathing polemic against the veiled egoism of pietism and rationalism, an off-beat blend of Jacob Boehme’s theosophical mysticism with Lucretius’ arguments against personal immortality, and unique renditions of Hegel’s conceptions of nature, history, and God. There is even a somewhat tedious attempt to dispro…Read more
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    Hegel’s account of conscience at the conclusion to the chapter on morality in the Philosophy of Right has had more than its share of detractors. Theunissen tries to explain why the account is “so meager,” Findlay deems it “thoroughly scandalous,” and Tugendhat goes so far as to label it the pinnacle of a “no longer merely conceptual, but rather moral perversion.” Even commentators committed to rescuing Hegel’s discussion of conscience from such extreme reproaches agree that it is “one-sided” and…Read more
  • Between Being and Essence
    Proceedings of the Hegel Society of America 10 99-111. 1990.
  • The Taste for Tragedy: The Briefwechsel of Bodmer and Calepio
    Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft Und Geistesgeschichte 59 206-223. 1985.
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    Time's Passing
    Modern Schoolman 76 (2-3): 141-162. 1999.
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    The Tao of ethical argumentation
    Journal of Chinese Philosophy 14 (4): 475-485. 1987.
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    Heidegger, Truth, and Logic
    British Journal for the History of Philosophy 20 (5): 1027-1036. 2012.
    British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Volume 0, Issue 0, Page 1-10, Ahead of Print
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    The Intentionality of Passive Experience
    New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy 7 25-42. 2007.
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