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Philosophical Thresholds: Crossings of Life and World

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continental history of philosophy
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Babette Babich The Philosopher and the Volcano: On the Ancient Sources of Nietzsche’s Übermensch
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Catalina González Pyrrhonism vs. Academic Skepticism in Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason
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Shannon Sullivan Sad Versus Joyful Passions: Spinoza, Nietzsche, and the Transformation of Whiteness
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Elaine P. Miller Rearranging the Furniture: Irigaray Reads Kant on Temporality
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ecology, liberalism, and race
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Sara Brill The Prosthetic Cosmos: Elizabeth Grosz’s Ecology of the Future
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Julie Kuhlken The Nation-State and the Potential for Earthly Dwelling
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Emily Zakin Rationalism, Romanticism, Representation: Schmitt’s Requiem for the Dead State
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Kathryn T. Gines Black Feminism and Intersectional Analyses: A Defense of Intersectionality
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philosophical treatments of literature
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Brendan Moran Kafka’s Prophecy, with Benjamin and Agamben
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Lauren Guilmette Reading Butler Reading Beauvoir Reading Sade: On Ethics and Eros
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