By David A. Gabbard,Alain Beaulieu,Mario Colucci,Pierangelo Di Vittorio,David Gabbard,Monique Lanoix,Christian Lavagno,Thomas Lemke,Dario Melossi,Warren Montag,Tracey Nicholls,Frank Pearce
By Richard Watts
By Gerhard Schweppenhäuser
Vorbemerkung der Redaktion
Hermann Schweppenhäuser: Schein, Bild, Ausdruck. Aspekte der Adorno'schen Theorie der Kunst und des Kunstwerks
Matthias Mayer: Aktualität und Kritik marxistischer Ethik
José M. Romero: Ontologie und Geschichtlichkeit beim jungen Marcuse
Dirk Stederoth: Kulturindustrie und Musik. Willkommen im »Haus of Gaga«
Michele Salonia: Die Verschlingung von Mode und Kulturindustrie
Jens Birkmeyer: Augen-blicke und Einbildungen. Kritik der Achtsamkeit in Walter Benjamins Berliner Kindheit um neunzehnhundert
Gerhard Vinnai: Wunschwelten und kritische Gesellschaftstheorie
Christine Zunke: Es ist nicht alles Schein, used to be trügt. Die Hirnforschung zwischen Erkentnisfortschritt und Ideologieproduktion
Hans-Ernst Schiller: Die kritische Theorie als historische Formation
Gunzelin Schmid Noerr: Die Materialität der Vernunft. Kann guy heute noch kritische Theorie betreiben?
Gerhard Richter: Gespräch über Bäume
Karlheinz Gradl: Adorno und das Erhabene
Susanne Martin: Intellektuellenportraits. Zur kulturindustriellen Darstellung von Intellektualität und wissenschaftlicher Arbeit
Besprechung: Dennis Johannßen: Jenseits von air of secrecy und Erlebnis. Zu vier aktuellen Beiträgen der US-amerikanischen Walter-Benjamin-Forschung
By Thomas Metzinger
By John-Stewart Gordon,Michael Boylan,Robert Paul Churchill,James A. Donahue,Marcus Duwell,Dale Jacquette,Tanja Kohen,Christopher Lowry,Seumas Miller,Gabriel Palmer-Fernandez,Johann-Christian Poder,Edward H. Spence,Udo Schuklenk,Wanda Teays,Rosemarie Tong
By José Colen,Elisabeth Dutartre-Michaut
By John Davenport
The thought of "projective motivation" is the critical innovation in Davenport's existential account of the standard inspiration of striving will. starting with the distinction among "eastern" and "western" attitudes towards assertive keen, Davenport strains the lineage of the assumption of projective motivation from NeoPlatonic and Christian conceptions of divine motivation to Scotus, Kant, Marx, Arendt, and Levinas.
Rich with ancient aspect, this ebook comprises a longer exam of Platonic and Aristotelian eudaimonist theories of human motivation. Drawing on modern opinions of egoism, Davenport argues that happiness is basically a byproduct of actions and objectives aimed toward different agent-transcending items for his or her personal sake. specifically, the reasons in virtues and within the practices as outlined through Alasdair MacIntyre are projective instead of eudaimonist.
This idea is supported by means of analyses of radical evil, debts of intrinsic motivation in existential psychology, and modern theories of identity-forming dedication in analytic ethical psychology. Following Viktor Frankl, Joseph Raz, and others, Davenport argues that Harry Frankfurt's belief of worrying calls for target values worthy worrying approximately, which function rational grounds for projecting new ultimate ends. The argument concludes with a taxonomy of values or items, devotion to which may make lifestyles significant for us.
By Edouard Machery,Elizabeth O'Neill
Experimental philosophy is likely one of the such a lot lively and interesting components in philosophy this present day. In Current Controversies in Experimental Philosophy, Elizabeth O’Neill and Edouard Machery have introduced jointly twelve prime philosophers to discuss 4 issues principal to contemporary study in experimental philosophy. the result's a massive and engaging contribution to modern philosophy which completely reframes conventional philosophical questions in gentle of experimental philosophers’ use of empirical examine tools, and brings to gentle the full of life debates inside of experimental philosophers’ highbrow neighborhood. papers are devoted to the next 4 topics:
- Language (Edouard Machery & Genoveva Martí)
- Consciousness (Brian Fiala, Adam Arico, and Shaun Nichols & Justin Sytsma)
- Free Will and accountability (Joshua Knobe & Eddy Nahmias and Morgan Thompson)
- Epistemology and the Reliability of Intuitions (Kenneth Boyd and Jennifer Nagel & Joshua Alexander and Jonathan Weinberg).
Preliminary descriptions of every bankruptcy, annotated bibliographies for every controversy, and a supplemental consultant to extra controversies in experimental philosophy (with bibliographies) aid supply clearer and richer perspectives of those dwell controversies for all readers.
By Horst Hutter
By Sylvia Walsh
Living Poetically is the 1st booklet to concentration totally on Kierkegaard's existential aesthetics rather than conventional aesthetic positive factors of his writings similar to using pseudonyms, literary options and figures, and literary feedback. Living Poetically strains the advance of the concept that of the poetic in Kierkegaard's writings as that idea is labored out in an ethical-religious point of view unlike the aesthetics of early German romanticism and Hegelian idealism. Sylvia Walsh seeks to clarify what it capability, in Kierkegaard's view, to be an real poet within the type of a poetic author and to explain his personal position as a Christian poet and author as he understood it. Walsh indicates that, inspite of powerful criticisms made from the poetic in a few of his writings, Kierkegaard maintained a essentially confident knowing of the poetic as a vital aspect in moral and non secular sorts of existence. Walsh hence reclaims Kierkegaard as a poetic philosopher and author from those that could interpret him as an ironic practitioner of an aestheticism without and indifferent from the ethical-religious in addition to from those that view him as rejecting the poetic and aesthetic on moral or spiritual grounds.
Viewing modern postmodern feminism and deconstruction as advocating a romantic mode of dwelling poetically, Walsh concludes with a feminist studying of Kierkegaard that affirms either individuality and relatedness, commonalities and changes among the self and others, women and men, for the fashioning of an real mode of dwelling poetically within the current age.