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Bcp: A Companion to Continental Philosophy

William Schroeder (Ed)

Bcp: A Companion to Continental Philosophy

William Schroeder (Ed)

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Covering the complete development of post-Kantian Continental philosophy, this volume serves as an essential reference work for philosophers and those engaged in the many disciplines that are integrally related to Continental and European Philosophy.

- Publisher Acknowledgements. List of Contributors. Introduction: what is Continental Philosophy?: Simon Critchley (University of Essex). Part I: The Kantian Legacy:. 1. The Context and Problematic of Post-Kantian Philosophy: Frederick C. Beiser (University of Indiana, Bloomington). 2. Kant: Robert B. Pippin (University of Chicago). 3. Fichte: Ludwig Siep (Universitat Munster). 4. Early German Romanticism: Friedrich Schlegel and Novalis: Ernst Behler (University of Washington, Seattle). 5. Schelling: Jean-Francois Courtine (Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris). 6. Hegel: Stephen Houlgate (University of Warwick). Part II: Overturning The Tradition: . 7. Feuerbach and the Young Hegelians: Lawrence S. Stepelevich (Villanova University). 8. Marx: Michel Henry (University of Montpellier III). 9. Kierkegaard: Merold Westphal (Fordham University). 10. Schopenhauer: Robert Rethy (Xavier University). 11. Nietzsche: Charles E. Scott (Pennsylvania State University). 12. Freud: John Deigh (Northwestern University). 13. Bergson: Pete A. Y. Gunter (North Texas State University). Part III: The Phenomenological Breakthrough:. 14. Neo-Kantianism: Steven Galt Crowell (Rice University). 15. Husserl: Rudolf Bernet (Louvain Catholic University). 16. Scheler: Manfred S. Frings (The Max Scheler Archives, Des Plaimes). 17. Jaspers: Kurt Salamun (University of Graz). 18. Heidegger: John D. Caputo (Villanova University). Part IV: Phenomenology, Hegelianism and Anti-Hegelianism in France:. 19. Kojeve: Stanley Rosen (Boston University). 20. Levinas: Hent De Vries (University of Amsterdam). 21. Sartre: Thomas R. Flynn (Emory University). 22. De Beauvoir: Kate Fullbrook (University of the West of England) and Edward Fullbrook (freelance writer). 23. Merleau-Ponty: Bernhard Waldenfelds (Ruhr-Universitat Bochum). 24. Bataille: Robert Sasso (University of Nice). 25. Blanchot: Paul Davies (University of Sussex). Part V: Religion Without The Limits of Reason:. 26. Franz Rosenzweig: Paul Mendes-Flohr (Hebrew University). 27. Martin Buber: Maurice Friedman (San Diego State University). 28. Marcel: Philip Stratton-Lake (Keele University). Part VI: Three Generations of Critical Theory:. 29. Benjamin: Rebecca Comay (University of Toronto). 30. Horkheimer: Gunzelin Schmidt Noerr (Frankfurt am Main). 31. Adorno: Hauke Brunkhorst (Frankfurt am Main). 32. Bloch: Hans-Dieter Bahr (University of Vienna). 33. Marcuse: Douglas Kellner (University of Texas at Austin). 34. Habermas: Thomas McCarthy (Northwestern University). 35. Third Generation Critical Theory: Max Pensky. (SUNY, Binghampton). Part VII: Hermeneutics:. 36. Schleiermacher: Ben Vedder (University of Tilburg). 37. Dilthey: Rudolf A. Makkreel (Emory University). 38. Gadamer: Dennis J. Schmidt (Villanova University). 39. Ricoeur: Richard Kearney (University College, Dublin). Part VIII: Continental Political Philosophy:. 40. Lukacs: Gyorgy Markus (University of Sydney). 41. Gramsci: Ernesto Laclau (University of Essex). 42. Schmitt: G. L. Ulmen (Telos Press Ltd). 43. Arendt: Robert Bernasconi (Memphis State University). 44. Lefort: Bernard Flynn (Empire State College, SUNY). 45. Castoriadis: Fabio Ciaramelli (University of Naples). Part IX: Structuralism and After:. 46. Levi-Strauss: Marcel Henaff (UCSD, California). 47. Lacan: William J. Richardson (Boston College). 48. Althusser: Jacques Ranciere (University of Paris VIII). 49. Foucault: Paul Patton (University of Sydney). 50. Derrida: Geoffrey Bennington (University of Sussex). 51. Deleuze: Brian Massumi (McGill University). 52. Lyotard: Jacob Rogozinski (University of Paris VIII). 53. Baudrillard: Mike Gane (Loughborough University). 54. Irigaray: Tina Chanter (Memphis State University). 55. Kristeva: Kelly Oliver (University of Texas at Austin). 56. Le Doeuff: Moira Gatens (Universi

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Covering the complete development of post-Kantian Continental philosophy, this volume serves as an essential reference work for philosophers and those engaged in the many disciplines that are integrally related to Continental and European Philosophy.
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Acknowledgements. List of Contributors. Introduction: what is Continental Philosophy?: Simon Critchley (University of Essex). Part I: The Kantian Legacy:. 1. The Context and Problematic of Post-Kantian Philosophy: Frederick C. Beiser (University of Indiana, Bloomington). 2. Kant: Robert B. Pippin (University of Chicago). 3. Fichte: Ludwig Siep (Universitat Munster). 4. Early German Romanticism: Friedrich Schlegel and Novalis: Ernst Behler (University of Washington, Seattle). 5. Schelling: Jean-Francois Courtine (Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris). 6. Hegel: Stephen Houlgate (University of Warwick). Part II: Overturning The Tradition: . 7. Feuerbach and the Young Hegelians: Lawrence S. Stepelevich (Villanova University). 8. Marx: Michel Henry (University of Montpellier III). 9. Kierkegaard: Merold Westphal (Fordham University). 10. Schopenhauer: Robert Rethy (Xavier University). 11. Nietzsche: Charles E. Scott (Pennsylvania State University). 12. Freud: John Deigh (Northwestern University). 13. Bergson: Pete A. Y. Gunter (North Texas State University). Part III: The Phenomenological Breakthrough:. 14. Neo-Kantianism: Steven Galt Crowell (Rice University). 15. Husserl: Rudolf Bernet (Louvain Catholic University). 16. Scheler: Manfred S. Frings (The Max Scheler Archives, Des Plaimes). 17. Jaspers: Kurt Salamun (University of Graz). 18. Heidegger: John D. Caputo (Villanova University). Part IV: Phenomenology, Hegelianism and Anti-Hegelianism in France:. 19. Kojeve: Stanley Rosen (Boston University). 20. Levinas: Hent De Vries (University of Amsterdam). 21. Sartre: Thomas R. Flynn (Emory University). 22. De Beauvoir: Kate Fullbrook (University of the West of England) and Edward Fullbrook (freelance writer). 23. Merleau-Ponty: Bernhard Waldenfelds (Ruhr-Universitat Bochum). 24. Bataille: Robert Sasso (University of Nice). 25. Blanchot: Paul Davies (University of Sussex). Part V: Religion Without The Limits of Reason:. 26. Franz Rosenzweig: Paul Mendes-Flohr (Hebrew University). 27. Martin Buber: Maurice Friedman (San Diego State University). 28. Marcel: Philip Stratton-Lake (Keele University). Part VI: Three Generations of Critical Theory:. 29. Benjamin: Rebecca Comay (University of Toronto). 30. Horkheimer: Gunzelin Schmidt Noerr (Frankfurt am Main). 31. Adorno: Hauke Brunkhorst (Frankfurt am Main). 32. Bloch: Hans-Dieter Bahr (University of Vienna). 33. Marcuse: Douglas Kellner (University of Texas at Austin). 34. Habermas: Thomas McCarthy (Northwestern University). 35. Third Generation Critical Theory: Max Pensky. (SUNY, Binghampton). Part VII: Hermeneutics:. 36. Schleiermacher: Ben Vedder (University of Tilburg). 37. Dilthey: Rudolf A. Makkreel (Emory University). 38. Gadamer: Dennis J. Schmidt (Villanova University). 39. Ricoeur: Richard Kearney (University College, Dublin). Part VIII: Continental Political Philosophy:. 40. Lukacs: Gyorgy Markus (University of Sydney). 41. Gramsci: Ernesto Laclau (University of Essex). 42. Schmitt: G. L. Ulmen (Telos Press Ltd). 43. Arendt: Robert Bernasconi (Memphis State University). 44. Lefort: Bernard Flynn (Empire State College, SUNY). 45. Castoriadis: Fabio Ciaramelli (University of Naples). Part IX: Structuralism and After:. 46. Levi-Strauss: Marcel Henaff (UCSD, California). 47. Lacan: William J. Richardson (Boston College). 48. Althusser: Jacques Ranciere (University of Paris VIII). 49. Foucault: Paul Patton (University of Sydney). 50. Derrida: Geoffrey Bennington (University of Sussex). 51. Deleuze: Brian Massumi (McGill University). 52. Lyotard: Jacob Rogozinski (University of Paris VIII). 53. Baudrillard: Mike Gane (Loughborough University). 54. Irigaray: Tina Chanter (Memphis State University). 55. Kristeva: Kelly Oliver (University of Texas at Austin). 56. Le Doeuff: Moira Gatens (Universi
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Table Of Contents

  • :acknowledgements.

    list Of Contributors.

    introduction: What Is Continental Philosophy?: Simon Critchley (university Of Essex).

    part I: The Kantian Legacy:.

    1. The Context And Problematic Of Post-kantian Philosophy: Frederick C. Beiser (university Of Indiana, Bloomington).

    2. Kant: Robert B. Pippin (university Of Chicago).

    3. Fichte: Ludwig Siep (universitat Munster).

    4. Early German Romanticism: Friedrich Schlegel And Novalis: Ernst Behler (university Of Washington, Seattle).

    5. Schelling: Jean-francois Courtine (ecole Normale Superieure, Paris). 6. Hegel: Stephen Houlgate (university Of Warwick).

    part Ii: Overturning The Tradition: .

    7. Feuerbach And The Young Hegelians: Lawrence S. Stepelevich (villanova University).

    8. Marx: Michel Henry (university Of Montpellier Iii).

    9. Kierkegaard: Merold Westphal (fordham University).

    10. Schopenhauer: Robert Rethy (xavier University).

    11. Nietzsche: Charles E. Scott (pennsylvania State University).

    12. Freud: John Deigh (northwestern University).

    13. Bergson: Pete A. Y. Gunter (north Texas State University).

    part Iii: The Phenomenological Breakthrough:.

    14. Neo-kantianism: Steven Galt Crowell (rice University).

    15. Husserl: Rudolf Bernet (louvain Catholic University).

    16. Scheler: Manfred S. Frings (the Max Scheler Archives, Des Plaimes).

    17. Jaspers: Kurt Salamun (university Of Graz).

    18. Heidegger: John D. Caputo (villanova University).

    part Iv: Phenomenology, Hegelianism And Anti-hegelianism In France:.

    19. Kojeve: Stanley Rosen (boston University).

    20. Levinas: Hent De Vries (university Of Amsterdam).

    21. Sartre: Thomas R. Flynn (emory University).

    22. De Beauvoir: Kate Fullbrook (university Of The West Of England) And Edward Fullbrook (freelance Writer).

    23. Merleau-ponty: Bernhard Waldenfelds (ruhr-universitat Bochum).

    24. Bataille: Robert Sasso (university Of Nice).

    25. Blanchot: Paul Davies (university Of Sussex).

    part V: Religion Without The Limits Of Reason:.

    26. Franz Rosenzweig: Paul Mendes-flohr (hebrew University).

    27. Martin Buber: Maurice Friedman (san Diego State University).

    28. Marcel: Philip Stratton-lake (keele University).

    part Vi: Three Generations Of Critical Theory:.

    29. Benjamin: Rebecca Comay (university Of Toronto).

    30. Horkheimer: Gunzelin Schmidt Noerr (frankfurt Am Main).

    31. Adorno: Hauke Brunkhorst (frankfurt Am Main).

    32. Bloch: Hans-dieter Bahr (university Of Vienna).

    33. Marcuse: Douglas Kellner (university Of Texas At Austin).

    34. Habermas: Thomas Mccarthy (northwestern University).

    35. Third Generation Critical Theory: Max Pensky.

    (suny, Binghampton).

    part Vii: Hermeneutics:.

    36. Schleiermacher: Ben Vedder (university Of Tilburg).

    37. Dilthey: Rudolf A. Makkreel (emory University).

    38. Gadamer: Dennis J. Schmidt (villanova University).

    39. Ricoeur: Richard Kearney (university College, Dublin).

    part Viii: Continental Political Philosophy:.

    40. Lukacs: Gyorgy Markus (university Of Sydney).

    41. Gramsci: Ernesto Laclau (university Of Essex).

    42. Schmitt: G. L. Ulmen (telos Press Ltd).

    43. Arendt: Robert Bernasconi (memphis State University).

    44. Lefort: Bernard Flynn (empire State College, Suny).

    45. Castoriadis: Fabio Ciaramelli (university Of Naples).

    part Ix: Structuralism And After:.

    46. Levi-strauss: Marcel Henaff (ucsd, California).

    47. Lacan: William J. Richardson (boston College).

    48. Althusser: Jacques Ranciere (university Of Paris Viii).

    49. Foucault: Paul Patton (university Of Sydney).

    50. Derrida: Geoffrey Bennington (university Of Sussex).

    51. Deleuze: Brian Massumi (mcgill University).

    52. Lyotard: Jacob Rogozinski (university Of Paris Viii).

    53. Baudrillard: Mike Gane (loughborough University).

    54. Irigaray: Tina Chanter (memphis State University).

    55. Kristeva: Kelly Oliver (university Of Texas At Austin).

    56. Le Doeuff: Moira Gatens (university Of Sydney).

    afterword: William R Schroeder.

    analytic Index.

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  • Catalogue Code 256108
  • Product Code 0631218505
  • EAN 9780631218500
  • Pages 700
  • Department Academic
  • Category Philosophy
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Blackwell Publishing
  • Publication Date Jul 1999
  • Dimensions 241 x 172 x 37 mm
  • Weight 0.001kg

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