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Continental Philosophy

Edited by Paul Livingston (University of New Mexico)
Assistant editor: Joseph M. Spencer (University of New Mexico)
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Summary Papers and books in the "continental" traditions of philosophy.  This category includes subcategories for existentialism, phenomenology, German idealism, critical theory, hermeneutics, structuralism, poststructuralism, continental feminism, continental psychoanalysis, speculative realism, and various topic areas.  
Key works Key works of twentieth century continental philosophy include: Theodor Adorno: Negative Dialectics; Alain Badiou: Being and Event; Simone de Beauvoir: The Second Sex; Gilles Deleuze: Difference and Repetition; Jacques Derrida: Writing and Difference; Martin Heidegger: Being and Time; Edmund Husserl: Logical Investigations; Jean-Paul Sartre: Being and Nothingness.
Introductions Recommended introductions and anthologies: Cutrofello 2005; Glendinning 1999; Kearney & Rainwater 1996; Silverman et al 1983.
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Phenomenology (12,038 | 2,457)Ammon Allred
Edmund Husserl (4,338 | 317)
German Idealism* (79 | 24)
Poststructuralism (10,103 | 73)John Protevi
Judith Butler* (374)
Jacques Derrida (2,655 | 1,082)Samir Haddad
Jacques Lacan* (708)
Continental Philosophy: Topics (4,549 | 4)
Continental Ethics (81 | 81)
Derrida: Ethics* (239 | 129)