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a case in point: the uses of foucault and the legacies of enlightenment
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Linda Alcoff Expert Discourses of Critique: Foucault as Power/Knowledge
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List of Contributors
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Index
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Lenore Langsdorf, Stephen H. Watson Introduction
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i. origin, insight, and explication
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John B. Brough Presence and Absence in HusserFs Phenomenology of Time-Consciousness
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Dieter Lohmar The Role of Life-world in Husser's Critique of Idealizations
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Theodore Kisiel The Genesis of Being and Time: The Primal Leap
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Dominique Janicaud Should a Phenomenologist Be Clever?
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ii. the boundaries of the individual and the state
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Anthony J. Steinbock Homeworld/Alienworld: Toward a Generative Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity
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H. Peter Stevens Constituting the Transcendent Community: Some Phenomenological Implications of Husser's Social Ontology
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David Kolb Circulation Unbound: Hegel, Heidegger, and the State
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Shaun Gallagher Some Particular Limitations of Postconventional Universality: Hegel and Habermas
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James G. Hart "We," Representation, and War-Resistance: Some Para-Husserlian Considerations
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iii. gadamers experience of truth in tradition
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Holly L. Wilson Gadamer's Alleged Conservatism
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James Risser The Imaging of Truth in Philosophical Hermeneutics
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Lawrence K. Schmidt Das Einleuchtende: The Enlightening Aspect of the Subject Matter
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iv. the nature of justice and community
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James Hatley The Sincerity of Apology: Levinas's Resistance to the Judgment of History
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Steven Hendley Lyotard and the Question of Community
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John Protevi Derrida's Political Physics: From the Law of Force in the Book of Nature to the Force of Law in the General Text
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Max Pensky Ghost-Stories: Critical Remembrance and Justice in Derrida and Habermas
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