• Critical Theories and the Budapest School (edited book)
    Routledge. 2018.
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    This paper situates the critical attitude undergirding Ágnes Heller’s theory of modernity by elucidating her conceptualization of its ‘undialectical dialectics’ relative to the dialectical philosophies of Kant and Hegel. For Heller, the methodological commitments orienting a philosopher’s decision on how to conceptualize the dynamics of modernity are not merely theoretical but also ethico-practical, for they attempt to overcome the duality of life and spirit in the singular personality. For the …Read more
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    The cultural form of György Márkus’s philosophy
    Thesis Eleven 126 (1): 19-37. 2015.
    György Márkus’s Culture, Science, Society: The Constitution of Cultural Modernity is the most sophisticated attempt among contemporary philosophies to proffer a radical critical theory of culture based upon a Marxian philosophical anthropology and an emphatically post-metaphysical re-interpretation of the paradigm of production. In this paper, I aim to evince how the content of Márkus’s published writings is related to the cultural form of his philosophical practice that he describes as ‘orienta…Read more
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    Luce Irigaray and the Philosophy of Sexual Difference (review)
    Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 28 (1): 221-224. 2007.
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    The Hegelian Foundations of Marx’s Method, vol. 1 of Divergent Paths
    Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 28 (2): 200-203. 2007.
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    The works of György Márkus and Hannah Arendt represent two irreconcilable tendencies of contemporary radical philosophy. Whereas Márkus’s critical theory of culture actively refrains from attributing metaphysical significance to its heuristic concepts and the mutable practices they contingently designate, Arendt’s phenomenological methodology attempts to elucidate the constitution of the modern world in order to evince the ontological significance of the political. Due to the inimical nature of …Read more