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Shakespeare’s Philosophy – Symposium page

from Kant to Nietzsche (1990, 2003); Schelling and Modern European Philosophy: An Introduction (1993); From Romanticism to Critical Theory: The Philosophy of German Literary Theory (1997); Introduction to German Philosophy

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What Can We Do With Non-Philosophy?

England and the University of Dundee, Scotland. He has published ten books, including (as author) Bergson and Philosophy (2000), Post-Continental Philosophy: An Outline (2006), and Philosophy and the Moving Image:…

David Cunningham – Intersciences, Philosophy and Writing

…form of ‘thinking that, while undertaken by philosophy, does not belong to it’, such a ‘philosophizing beyond philosophy’ emerges necessarily from the critique (or deconstruction) of philosophy’s own self-sufficiency. In…

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A Symposium on Resistance

of Philosophy at CRMEP Kingston University and author of On Resistance: A Philosophy of Defiance – See more at: http://www.thelondongraduateschool.co.uk/blog/a-symposium-on-resistance-and-launch-of-howard-caygills-latest-book-on-resistance-a-philosophy-of-defiance-from-5pm-november-8th-at-central-saint-martins/#sthash.7BCWcxMj.dpuf Jacqueline Rose is Professor of English, Queen Mary College, University…

New Materialities, Other Deconstructions

philosophy by philosophy. Within the metaphysical schema that is nonphilosophy, the irruption of the wholly other solicits philosophy (i.e. the logos) as its own origin, end, and other. There is…

Freud and Philosophy

Philosophy, Kingston University. Her research centres around issues in the philosophy of sex and gender and on the relations between philosophy and feminist theory and psychoanalytical theory. She is the…