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Abel, Corey - The Intellectual Legacy of Michael Oakeshott, ebook

The Intellectual Legacy of Michael Oakeshott

Abel, Corey


This volume brings together a diverse range of perspectives reflecting the international appeal and multi-disciplinary interest that Oakeshott now attracts. The essays offer a variety of approaches to Oakeshott's thought - testament to the abiding depth,…

Marsen, Sky - Narrative Dimensions of Philosophy, ebook

Narrative Dimensions of Philosophy

Marsen, Sky


Table of contents
1. Language, Knowledge and Reality
Sky Marsen
2. The Narrative Framework
Sky Marsen
3. Textual Dimensions and Narrator Roles
Sky Marsen
4. The Meaning in Existence: Freedom through Action in Merleau-Ponty’s…

Badamchi, Meysam - Post-Islamist Political Theory, ebook

Post-Islamist Political Theory

Badamchi, Meysam


Table of contents
1. Introduction
Meysam Badamchi
2. Political Liberalism for Post-Islamist, Muslim-Majority Societies
Meysam Badamchi
3. Why and How Political Liberals Need to Persuade Muslims: Ferrara and March’s Interpretations…

Floridi, Luciano - Group Privacy, ebook

Group Privacy

Floridi, Luciano


Table of contents
1. Introduction: A New Perspective on Privacy
Linnet Taylor, Luciano Floridi, Bart Sloot
2. Safety in Numbers? Group Privacy and Big Data Analytics in the Developing World
Linnet Taylor
3. Group Privacy in the Age…

Adorno, Theodor W. - Ontology and Dialectics 1960-61, ebook

Ontology and Dialectics 1960-61

Adorno, Theodor W.


After his return to Germany from his exile in the United States, Adorno became Heidegger’s principal intellectual adversary, engaging more intensively with his work than with that of any other contemporary philosopher. Adorno regarded Heidegger as an extremely limited

Adorno, Theodor W. - An Introduction to Dialectics, ebook

An Introduction to Dialectics

Adorno, Theodor W.


Delivered in the summer semester of 1958, these lectures allow Adorno to explore and probe the significant difficulties and challenges this way of thinking posed within the cultural and intellectual context of the post-war period. In this connection he develops the