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The Ordering of Knowledge in Early Modern Europe Leibniz and the Encyclopédie
My paper discusses a certain worry that was apparent among European intellectuals in the 17th and 18th century, a worry that sounds all too familiar in the age of internet, namely, that with the progress of knowledge, there ...
Public Space and Embodiment
The New Tridentine Moment in Global Politics?: Civil and Sectarian Religion and the United States in Crisis
The end of the Cold War, which left the Soviet Union in a centrifugal state, concealed the fact that the United States enjoyed only a compromised victory. Since the destruction of the Berlin Wall the social, political, ...
On the Unity of “Continental Philosophy”
Ubuntu and African Prison Intellectuals
In his Theses on Feuerbach, Marx famously quipped: “The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.” And yet, I wonder, does this aphorism make sense to a prisoner, especially ...