Thinking With Adorno [Table Of Contents], 2019 Fordham University
Thinking With Adorno [Table Of Contents], Gerhard Richter
What Theodor W. Adorno says cannot be separated from how he says it, and what he thinks cannot be isolated from how he thinks it. Richter’s book teaches us to think with Adorno—both alongside him and in relation to his diverse contexts and constellations, from aesthetic theory to political critique, from the problem of judgment to the question of how to lead a right life within a wrong one.
Thinking with Adorno’s uncoercive gaze not only means following the fascinating paths of his own work; it also means extending hospitality to the ghostly voices of others. As ...
The Reproduction Of Life Death [Table Of Contents], 2019 Fordham University
The Reproduction Of Life Death [Table Of Contents], Dawne Mccance
Based on archival translations of a soon-to-be-published seminar by Jacques Derrida, The Reproduction of Life Death offers an unprecedented study of Derrida’s engagement with molecular biology and genetics. McCance shows how Derrida ties biological accounts of reproduction to the reproductive program of teaching, challenging an auto-reproductive notion of pedagogy, while also reinterpreting the work of psychoanalysis.
Structured as an itinerary of “three rings,” each departing from and coming back to Nietzsche, Derrida’s seminar ties Jacob’s logocentric account of reproduction to the reproductive program of teaching that characterizes the academic institution, challenging this mode of teaching as auto-reproduction ...
For The Love Of Psychoanalysis [Table Of Contents], 2019 Fordham University
For The Love Of Psychoanalysis [Table Of Contents], Elizabeth Rottenberg
For the Love of Psychoanalysis is a book about what exceeds or resists calculation—in life and in death. Rottenberg examines what emerges from the difference between psychoanalysis and philosophy.
Part I, “Freuderrida,” announces a non-traditional Freud: a Freud associated not with sexuality, repression, unconsciousness, and symbolization, but with accidents and chance. Looking at accidents both in and of Freud’s writing, Rottenberg elaborates the unexpected insights that both produce and disrupt our received ideas of psychoanalytic theory.
Whereas the close reading of Freud leaves us open to the accidents of psychoanalytic writing, Part II, “Freuderrida,” addresses itself to what ...
The Singular Voice Of Being [Table Of Contents], 2019 Fordham University
The Singular Voice Of Being [Table Of Contents], Andrew Lazella
The Singular Voice of Being reconsiders John Duns Scotus’s well-covered theory of the univocity of being in light of his less explored discussions of ultimate difference. Ultimate difference is a notion introduced by Aristotle and known by the Aristotelian tradition, but one that, the book argues, Scotus radically retrofits to buttress his doctrine of univocity. Ultimate difference for Aristotle meant the last difference in a line of specific differences whereby all the preceding differences would be united into a single substance rather than remain a heapish multiplicity. LaZella argues that Scotus both broadens and deepens the term such that ...
A Theology Of Failure [Table Of Contents], 2019 Fordham University
A Theology Of Failure [Table Of Contents], Marika Rose
“This is the best work I have ever read on Žižek in relation to theology, maybe the best such work possible. Rose’s prose style is clear and engaging, and her project significantly advances our understanding of Christian apophaticism, of Žižek’s project, and of the potential future stakes of theology for a secular world.”— Adam Kotsko, author of Neoliberalism’s Demons: On the Political Theology of Late Capital
Everyone agrees that theology has failed; but the question of how to respond to this failure is contested. Against both radical orthodoxy and deconstructive theology, Rose proposes that Christian identity is ...
Reoccupy Earth [Table Of Contents], 2019 Fordham University
Reoccupy Earth [Table Of Contents], David Wood
Habit rules our lives. And yet climate change and the catastrophic future it portends, makes it clear that we cannot go on like this.
Our habits are integral to narratives of the good life, to social norms and expectations, as well as to economic reality. Such shared shapes are vital. Yet while many of our individual habits seem perfectly reasonable, when aggregated together they spell disaster. Beyond consumerism, other forms of life and patterns of dwelling are clearly possible. But how can we get there from here?
Philosophy is about emancipation—from illusions, myths, and oppression. In Reoccupy Earth, the ...
The Mathematical Imagination, 2019 Fordham University
The Mathematical Imagination, Matthew Handelman
This book offers an archeology of the undeveloped potential of mathematics for critical theory. As Max Horkheimer and Theodor W. Adorno first conceived of the critical project in the 1930s, critical theory steadfastly opposed the mathematization of thought. Mathematics flattened thought into a dangerous positivism that led reason to the barbarism of World War II. The Mathematical Imagination challenges this narrative, showing how for other German-Jewish thinkers, such as Gershom Scholem, Franz Rosenzweig, and Siegfried Kracauer, mathematics offered metaphors to negotiate the crises of modernity during the Weimar Republic. Influential theories of poetry, messianism, and cultural critique, Handelman shows, borrowed ...
Killing Times [Table Of Contents], 2019 Fordham University
Killing Times [Table Of Contents], David Wills
Killing Times begins with the deceptively simple observation—made by Jacques Derrida in his seminars on the topic—that the death penalty mechanically interrupts mortal time by preempting the typical mortal experience of not knowing at what precise moment we will die.
Killing Times traces the logic of the death penalty across a range of sites. Starting with the struggles of American courts to articulate what methods of execution constitute “cruel and unusual punishment,” Wills goes on to show the ways that technologies of death have themselves evolved in conjunction with fraught ideas of cruelty and instantaneity, from the guillotine ...
Ethics In A Global Society (Chapter 12 Of Organizational Ethics: A Practical Approach, 2019 George Fox University
Ethics In A Global Society (Chapter 12 Of Organizational Ethics: A Practical Approach, Craig E. Johnson
Faculty Publications - School of Business
Globalization is having a dramatic impact on life in the 21st century. We inhabit a global society knit together by free trade, international travel, immigration, satellite communication systems, and the Internet. In this interconnected world, ethical responsibilities extend beyond national boundaries. Decisions about raw materials, manufacturing, outsourcing, farm subsidies, investments, marketing strategies, suppliers, safety standards, and energy use made in one country have ramifications for residents of other parts of the world. Organizational citizenship is now played out on a global stage. Businesses, in particular, are being urged to take on a larger role in solving the world's social ...
Parental Licensing And Discrimination, 2019 Western University
Parental Licensing And Discrimination, Carolyn Mcleod, Andrew Botterell
No abstract provided.
“The Legacy Of A ‘Living Library’: On The Reception Of John Smith”, 2018 University of Maine
“The Legacy Of A ‘Living Library’: On The Reception Of John Smith”, Derek A. Michaud
No abstract provided.
Slurs And Register: A Case Study In Meaning Pluralism, 2018 The University of Western Ontario
Slurs And Register: A Case Study In Meaning Pluralism, Justina Diaz-Legaspe, Chang Liu, Robert J. Stainton
Robert J. Stainton
An Ascombean Reference For 'I'?, 2018 University of Western Ontario
An Ascombean Reference For 'I'?, Andrew Botterell, Robert J. Stainton
Robert J. Stainton
Re-Reading Anscombe On 'I', 2018 University of Western Ontario
Re-Reading Anscombe On 'I', Robert J. Stainton
Robert J. Stainton
Rampant Non-Factualism: A Metaphysical Framework And Its Treatment Of Vagueness, 2018 Boise State University
Rampant Non-Factualism: A Metaphysical Framework And Its Treatment Of Vagueness, Alexander Jackson
Crucified Wisdom, 2018 Fordham University
Crucified Wisdom, S Mark Heim
This work provides the first systematic discussion of the Bodhisattva path and its importance for constructive Christian theology. Crucified Wisdom examines specific Buddhist traditions, texts and practices not as phenomena whose existence requires an apologetic justification, but as wells of tested wisdom that invite theological insight. With the increasing participation of Christians in Buddhist practice, many are seeking a deeper understanding of the way the teachings of the two traditions might interface. Christ and the Bodhisattva are often compared superficially in Buddhist-Christian discussion. This text combines a rich exposition of the Bodhisattva path, using Śāntideva’s classic work the Bodicaryāvatāra ...
Friendship Then And Now, 2018 St. John Fisher College
Friendship Then And Now, Timothy Madigan
Philosophy and Classical Studies Faculty/Staff Publications
In this paper, I will examine Aristotle’s concept of friendship as found in his famous work The Nichomachean Ethics, and then explore its relevance to the present-day, by comparing it to the work done by social psychologist Stanley Milgram on “familiar strangers.” I will also look at two works of popular culture, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s children’s novel The Little Prince, and the television program “Seinfeld” to show how they support the view that Aristotle’s writings are still good models for understanding how friendships are formed and maintained.
Deep Time, Dark Times [Table Of Contents], 2018 Fordham University
Deep Time, Dark Times [Table Of Contents], David Wood
The new geological epoch we call the Anthropocene is not just a scientific classification. It marks a radical transformation in the background conditions of life on earth, one taken for granted by much of who we are and what we hope for.
The real-world consequences of climate change bring new significance to some very traditional philosophical questions about reason, agency, responsibility, community, and Man’s place in Nature. The focus is shifting from imagining and promoting the Good Life to the survival of the species. Deep Time, Dark Times challenges us to re-imagine ourselves as a species, taking on a ...
Tipton's "The Life To Come: Re-Creating Retirement" (Book Review), 2018 Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics
Tipton's "The Life To Come: Re-Creating Retirement" (Book Review), Barbara A. Thomas
The Christian Librarian
No abstract provided.
Is Masculinity A Vice?, 2018 Northeastern Illinois University
Is Masculinity A Vice?, Tyler J. Zimmer
Faculty Research and Creative Activities Symposium
No abstract provided.