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  1. added 2016-08-25
    James Osborn (forthcoming). The Overturning of Heidegger’s Fundamental Ontology. Journal of Philosophical Research.
    In this paper I argue that the central issue in Heidegger’s path of thought from Being and Time to Contributions and beyond is what he will later call “the matter itself”: neither the meaning of being nor the analysis of Dasein but a transformational encounter in the margins of fundamental ontology. Heidegger’s account of temporality and transcendence from the late 1920s is a clue to the transformation, but it is not until the completion of fundamental ontology in the naming of (...)
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    Swami Narasimhananda (2016). Book Review Cut of the Real. [REVIEW] Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India 121 (7):576.
    This work is an intersection of gender studies, philosophy, culture studies, with pertinent aspects of subjectivity. Anyone interested in any of these fields or connected with the humanities should read this book to understand that the ‘non-philosophical discourse implies a constitutive entanglement of the real with the transcendental’ (146).
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    Swami Narasimhananda (2016). Book Review Intellectuals and Power. [REVIEW] Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India 121 (7):578.
    This book aims to see how the victim and the ‘identity of the Real’ are wedded to philosophers and intellectuals. Towards this aim Laruelle does not ‘leave philosophy to its own authority’ just as he does not ‘leave theology or religious beliefs to their own authorities’ (119).
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    Swami Narasimhananda (2016). Book Review Religion Without God. [REVIEW] Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India 120 (5):482.
    In this collection of the Einstein Lectures delivered by the author at the University of Bern in December 2011, we find succinct and striking arguments that try to distinguish the debates on God from those on religion. Dworkin points out the religiosity prevalent in science and situates atheism also as ‘religious’.
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    Swami Narasimhananda (2015). Book Review The Western Construction of Religion. [REVIEW] Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India 2015 (2):248.
    The author charts out a path to a better understanding of world religions by pointing out that every religion has its own sociological and anthropological basis and that all ‘cultures are thereby similar, and likewise, all are different’ (201). He stresses that all human cultural and religious worlds are nothing but different worlds made indispensable and in the human imagination, each such world has its rightful place.
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    Swami Narasimhananda (2015). Book Review Truth. [REVIEW] Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India 120 (3):295-6.
    Professors of philosophy, the authors have done a succinct and critical analysis of some theories of truth: deflationism, indeterminacy, insolubility, realism, and antirealism.
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    Swami Narasimhananda (2015). Book Review God Without Being. [REVIEW] Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India 2015 (2):246-7.
    Marion explores the possibility of a God who would not be, who would not have a being. He sees God in agape, Christian charity, or love and obviates the need for imagining or positing the existence or being of God. Th e second edition and a translation of the original French, this book is a volume in the series Religion and Postmodernism brought out by the University of Chicago Press.
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    Swami Narasimhananda (2015). Book Review Minimal Theologies. [REVIEW] Prabuddha Bharata or Awakened India 2015 (2):247.
    The author places this book as the last of a trilogy of which his Philosophy and the Turn to Religion and Religion and Violence are the first two. In a fresh approach to religious philosophy, de Vries brings to us the similarities in the thoughts of Adorno and Levinas, and shows us how taken together, they have much deeper impact, than considered separately. That the author discussed this book with Emmanuel Levinas in person adds authenticity to the work.
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    Franç Jullien & Alcois (2005). The Shadow on the Picture: Of Evil or the Negative. Critical Inquiry 32 (1):130-150.
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    Franç Jullien & Alcois (2005). The Shadow on the Picture: Of Evil or the Negative. Critical Inquiry 32 (1):130-150.
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    Raymond Aaron Younis (forthcoming). On Recontsruction: On the Limits, Horizons and Possibilities of Critical Theory. In Harry Dahms & Eric Lybeck (eds.), On Reconstruction. Ashgate
  12. added 2016-08-22
    Marco Solinas (2015). La redécouverte de la « via regia ». Freud lecteur de Platon. Revue Philosophique De Louvain 113 (4):535-567.
    A partir du renvoi à la « maxime de Platon » insérée dans l’avant dernière page de la première édition de L’interprétation du rêve, l’auteur expose d’abord les convergences entre la conception du rêve de Platon présentée dans La République et les intuitions qui fondent l’édifice métapsychologique freudien. A la lumière des sources textuelles citées par Freud et de ses intérêts, l’auteur avance ensuite l’hypothèse selon laquelle Freud aurait non seulement omis de reconnaître la généalogie théorétique platonicienne de la « (...)
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    Franç Jullien & Alcois (2005). The Shadow on the Picture: Of Evil or the Negative. Critical Inquiry 32 (1):130-150.
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    Thomas Heinrichs (1999). Zeit der Uneigentlichkeit. Heidegger als Philosoph des Fordismus. Westfälisches Dampfboot.
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    Franç Jullien & Alcois (2005). The Shadow on the Picture: Of Evil or the Negative. Critical Inquiry 32 (1):130-150.
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    Vinicio Busacchi (2016). Lacan’s Epistemic Role in Ricœur’s Re-Reading of Freud. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):56-71.
    In this paper, the author reconsiders the role played by Lacan in Ricœur’s philosophy of psychoanalysis by reconstructing the history of the relationship between psychoanalysis and philosophy, and by focusing on some of the important aspects of the reception of Ricœur’s work in France. The reception of his work is directly connected to Lacan’s School and the role played by his followers, who were against Ricœur. Some of the unpublished documents kept at the Fonds Ricœur should help to clarify some (...)
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    Giuseppe Martini (2016). Entretien sur la psychanalyse: réflexions en marge. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):42-55.
    The author comments the most relevant points of the dialogue that he had with Paul Ricœur in February 2003 on the topics of hermeneutics and psychoanalysis. Although the philosopher maintains a continuity with its contribution of 1965, he provides many innovative contributions for a philosophical reflection on psychoanalysis, with emphasis on the themes of narrative, of self and of ethics. In the conclusions of the work the author gives a particular importance to the fertility of the concepts of unrepresentable and (...)
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    Gregory A. Trotter (2016). The Debate Between Grunbaum and Ricoeur: The Hermeneutic Conception of Psychoanalysis and the Drive for Scientific Legitimacy. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):103-119.
    Paul Ricœur’s hermeneutic approach to psychoanalysis stresses the interpretation of meanings revealed via the narratives woven through the discursive exchanges between analyst and analysand. Despite the tremendous influence Ricœur’s interpretation enjoyed both in philosophy and in psychoanalysis, his approach has been subject to severe criticism by Adolf Grünbaum who argues that Freud modeled psychoanalysis on the natural sciences, and therefore it should be judged according to natural scientific standards. I argue that Grünbaum incorrectly downplays the importance of speech and language (...)
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    Rudolf Boutet (2016). Temps et psychanalyse chez Ricœur. Confrontation de deux perspectives sur le passé. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):148-165.
    This paper confronts two conceptions of the past that one can find alternately in Ricœur’s thought. The first, encountered in Time and Narrative and elsewhere, apprehends the past as a soil of possibilities able to guide expectations directed towards the future; the second, taken back from Freud’s psychoanalysis, defines it as a charge that haunts the present as a compulsive repetition. There are two issues to this confrontation between a past that opens up a future and one that closes it. (...)
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    Philippe Lacour (2016). Adolf Grünbaum critique de Ricœur. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):120-147.
    In this article, I try to reconstitute the inchoative debate that took place between Ricœur and Grünbaum concerning the epistemology of Freudian psychoanalysis. The debate was more inchoative than effective because of its asymmetry. First, I will underline the originality of Ricœur’s theory of motivation and causality. Then, I will examine the rest of Grünbaum’s objections: the overvaluation of clinical relationship and language, the ontological specificity of psychical reality, the narrative originality of the psychoanalytical explanation and the status of symbol. (...)
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    Paul Ricoeur (2016). Psychoanalysis and Interpretation. A Critical Review. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):19-30.
    The interview of Paul Ricoeur by Giuseppe Martini, 2003.
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    Eoin Carney (2016). Technique and Understanding: Paul Ricoeur on Freud and the Analytic Experience. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):87-102.
    For Ricœur any study of Freud, or of psychoanalysis more generally, needs to take into account the crucial dimension of the analytic experience itself. Psychoanalysis, as a “mixed discourse,” aims to anticipate questions of meaning and explication alongside technical questions of energies, repression, displacement, and so on. The analytic experience is one which is practical and intersubjective, but which is also guided by various techniques or methods. These techniques, I will argue, should be understood as a type of techne, one (...)
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    Weiny César Freitas Pinto & Alberto Romele (2016). Presentation of “Psychoanalysis and Interpretation”. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):13-15.
    Introduction at “Psychoanalysis and Interpretation” the interview of Paul Ricoeur made by Giuseppe Martini.
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    Vinicio Busacchi & Weiny César Freitas Pinto (2016). Introduction. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):1-6.
    French introduction to “Ricoeur and Psychoanalysis” – ERRS, 2016, 7, 1.
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    Marie-Lou Lery-Lachaume (2016). Ricœur, Lacan, et le défi de l’inconscient. Entre constitution herméneutique et responsabilité éthique. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):72-86.
    This text is a continuation of a hardened effort to think the complex modalities of the dialogue between Lacanian psychoanalysis and French phenomenology in the second half of the twentieth century. More specifically, our aim is to state the objective reasons, both theoretical and practical, that explain the violence of the French reception of De l’interpretation by Paul Ricœur, putting in perspective the respective positions of the philosopher and of the psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan at the Bonneval Symposium on the Unconscious (...)
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    Paul Ricoeur (2016). Psychoanalysis and Interpretation. A Critical Review. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):31-41.
    English translation of “Psychanalyse et Interprétration. Un retour critique,” the interview of Paul Ricoeur by Giuseppe Martini (2003, by Stephanie Arel.
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    Paolo Furia (2016). Recension. Johann Michel, Ricœur et ses contemporains , pp. 192. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):166-172.
    Review of the book of Johann Michel: Ricoeur et ses contemporains, Paris, PUF, 2013.
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    Weiny César Freitas Pinto & Alberto Romele (2016). Presentation of “Psychoanalysis and Interpretation”. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):16-18.
    The English translation of the Weiny Romele introduction to the Martini-Ricoeur interview.
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    Vinicio Busacchi & Weiny César Freitas Pinto (2016). Introduction. Études Ricoeuriennes / Ricoeur Studies 7 (1):7-12.
    English translation of the Introduction of "Ricoeur and Psychoanalysis” – ERRS 2016, 7, 1.
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    Franç Jullien & Alcois (2005). The Shadow on the Picture: Of Evil or the Negative. Critical Inquiry 32 (1):130-150.
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    Simone Gustafsson (2013). 'Outside of Being': Animal Being in Agamben's Reading of Heidegger. Colloquy 25:03-20.
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    Franç Jullien & Alcois (2005). The Shadow on the Picture: Of Evil or the Negative. Critical Inquiry 32 (1):130-150.
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    Franç Jullien & Alcois (2005). The Shadow on the Picture: Of Evil or the Negative. Critical Inquiry 32 (1):130-150.
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  34. added 2016-08-17
    Barbara Cassin (2016). Translation as Paradigm for Human Sciences. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):242-266.
    What does metalanguage mean, if not translation?“The language of Europe is translation,” Umberto Eco once said. What if, from a philosophical point of view, as well as from a political point of view, the language of the world, and not only the language of Europe, were translation?My point of departure in and of translation is my recent, still ongoing, experience with the French Vocabulaire européen des philosophies, dictionnaire des intraduisibles,1 as well as its translations into other languages, particularly into English, (...)
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    Erica Harris (2016). Sidestepping the Problem of the Unconscious: Why We Ought to Reframe the Lacan/Merleau-Ponty Debate in Bodily Terms. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):267-277.
    At a colloquium in Bonneval, Lacan criticized Merleau-Ponty for his inability to account for the unconscious. For this reason he concluded the latter’s philosophy was fundamentally incompatible with psychoanalysis. This argument set the tone for scholars who studied the relationship between phenomenology and psychoanalysis. J. B. Pontalis, for example, famously argues that Merleau-Ponty misuses the term unconscious. According to Pontalis, Merleau-Ponty equates the unconscious with a “horizon” of possible experience: a moment of experience that is currently in shadow but can (...)
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    Joshua Rayman (2016). Will to Power as Alternative to Causality. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):361-372.
    Nietzsche’s critique of causality has not been taken as seriously as it should be. Nietzschean naturalists such as Ken Gemes, Brian Leiter, and John Richardson carry on with their appeals to causal-scientific forms of explanation as if there were no such critique.1 For instance, Leiter claims that Nietzsche is a naturalist in that he sets forth “theories that explain various important human phenomena … [in scientific terms], but are also modeled on science in the sense that they seek to reveal (...)
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    Alia Al-Saji & Brian Schroeder (2016). Introduction. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):235-241.
    This special issue brings together some of the highlights from the fifty-fourth annual meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy. Emory University hosted the conference on October 8–10, 2015, in Atlanta, Georgia. The articles included in this volume draw out, in plural ways, the trajectories, methodologies, and orientations that run through what we call today Continental philosophy. By mining the affective, imaginary, conceptual, and political dimensions of experience, they critically deepen and elaborate, indeed perform, not only what Continental (...)
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    James Gordon Finlayson (2016). Where the Right Gets In: On Rawls’s Criticism of Habermas’s Conception of Legitimacy. Kantian Review 21 (2):161-183.
    Many commentators have failed to identify the important issues at the heart of the debate between Habermas and Rawls. This is partly because they give undue attention to differences between Rawlss principle, neither of which is germane to the actual dispute. The dispute is at bottom about how best to conceive of democratic legitimacy. Rawls indicates where the dividing issues lie when he objects that Habermascomprehensive doctrinemorally freestandings mature theory contains conflicting claims about the relation between morality and democratic legitimacy. (...)
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    Shiloh Whitney (2016). Affective Indigestion: Lorde, Fanon, and Gutierrez-Rodriguez on Race and Affective Labor. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):278-291.
    What goods are produced by affective labor? And at what cost—are there uniquely affective costs to this sort of production? If we assume that, like any variety of labor, affective labor has the potential for exploitation, we should ask what risks of exploitation are unique to it. Are these dangers of paid, commodified affective labor only? How should we understand the political economy organized around the production and circulation of affects and the racialization and gendering of affective labor?In this article, (...)
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    Jennifer O. Gammage (2016). Trauma and Historical Witnessing: Hope for Malabou's New Wounded. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):404-413.
    Catherine Malabou in The New Wounded develops a general theory of trauma by extending her account of destructive plasticity to the realm of post-traumatic stress disorder. “The new wounded,” she claims, “all come together around a single fact: the radical rupture that trauma introduces in the psyche”. This rupture is demonstrated by an affective fissure, which renders traumatized persons emotionally and socially mute, and a temporal fissure, which punctures subjects’ relationships to their pasts, thus tearing them from any sociohistorical context. (...)
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    Brent Adkins (2016). Who Thinks Abstractly?: Deleuze on Abstraction. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):352-360.
    In his well-known essay “Who Thinksly?” Hegel argues that abstraction is in fact the sign of nonphilosophical thought.1 Despite the common misconception, only philosophical thought is truly concrete. In fact, thought itself, according to Hegel, is the movement from the abstract to the concrete. For philosophers this is an intuitively appealing idea insofar as it rescues philosophy from a charge leveled against it since Thales, namely, that philosophy is more concerned about abstract ideas than concrete reality. Within this context it (...)
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    Bryan Smyth (2016). Merleau-Ponty and the Myth of Human Incarnation. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):382-394.
    In this article I will argue that Merleau-Ponty’s reinterpretation of Husserlian phenomenology—in particular as this was initially worked out in Phenomenology of Perception1—is premised methodologically on a certain mythic view of nature and of human embodiment in particular. I will claim, in other words, that the corporeal turn that is central to the philosophical attractiveness of Merleau-Pontian phenomenology rests upon a myth. Within the constraints of this short article, I will explain how and why this is so and consider some (...)
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    Fred Evans (2016). Derrida and the Autoimmunity of Democracy. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):303-315.
    Political activists can cheer when Jacques Derrida says that his idea of “democracy to come” is “a call for militant and interminable political critique.” Our acclamations grow louder when he adds that this idea is “a weapon aimed at the enemies of democracy.” He identifies these “enemies” as people who use the discourse of democracy as an “obscene alibi” for “tolerating the plight” of people “deprived of bread and water” and “equality or freedom.”1 He accuses the United States of committing (...)
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    Azul Tamina Katz (2016). Toward a Husserlian Foundation of Aesthetics: On Imagination, Phantasy, and Image Consciousness in the 1904/1905 Lectures. [REVIEW] Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):339-351.
    Monotheism of reason & heart, polytheism of imagination and art: That is what we need!Even today aesthetics is not considered among Edmund Husserl’s main interests. It is true, however, that there are many other phenomenological approaches to aesthetics among his “heretic” disciples, as Ricoeur calls them. I am thinking here especially of Sartre’s L’Imagination and L’imaginaire, Roman Ingarden’s Untersuchungen zur Ontologie der Kunst and Das literarische Kunstwerk, and Mikel Dufrenne’s Phénoménologie de l’expérience esthétique. Nevertheless, it may be objected that in (...)
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    Andrew LaZella (2016). The Clinamen of Community: Duns Scotus's Political Ontology. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):316-327.
    The conflagration of community stands as the “gravest and most painful testimony of the modern world.”1 So begins Jean-Luc Nancy’s The Inoperative Community. But as he quickly shows, it is not a return to a premodern communal intimacy that we should seek. The lost intimacy of community is a lost immanence. The question, instead, must be: Can absolute immanence be undone through community? “Community, or the being-ecstatic of Being itself? That would be the question.”2To answer this question, I turn to (...)
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    Samir Haddad (2016). Pedagogy and Plurality in the Work of Michèle Le Dœuff. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):414-424.
    My aim in this article is to analyze and extend Michèle Le Dœuff’s work on philosophy’s exclusionary practices, examining and enhancing both her diagnosis of the problem and how philosophy might be transformed. I proceed in three steps. First, I briefly outline the main features of Le Dœuff’s account of the reasons for the exclusion of women from philosophy. Le Dœuff’s focus is on the structure of philosophical pedagogy and its implications for the philosophical imaginary. Second, I examine Le Dœuff’s (...)
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    Frédéric Seyler (2016). Renaud Barbaras and Michel Henry: A Contemporary Debate on the Status of Affectivity and a Farewell to the "Flesh of the World". Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):395-403.
    “We accept the original theoretical path opened by Michel Henry, which consists in considering the body from the point of view of the flesh and, hence, of life. But, precisely, the question is to know what is the meaning of life that is attested through the phenomenon of the flesh.”1 Such is Renaud Barbaras’s starting point in La vie lacunaire, one of his most recent contributions to a phenomenology of life and to the debate with Michel Henry’s concept of life (...)
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    Jessica Wiskus (2016). Rhythm and Transformation Through Memory: On Augustine's Confessions After De Musica. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):328-338.
    In book XI from the Confessions—the book that famously examines the nature of time-consciousness—Augustine enacts the very essence of the questions he investigates by turning to the performance of a psalm. What he seeks to understand is how a succession of events in time—events that unfold and vanish—can at once be part of a whole, like the notes of a melody that cohere into an expressive phrase. He says:Suppose I am about to recite a psalm which I know. Before I (...)
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    Jasmine Wallace (2016). The Fragments of the Disaster: Blanchot and Galeano on Decolonial Writing. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):292-302.
    Recordar: To remember; from the Latin re-cordis, to pass back through the heart.Forgetting is not secondary; it is not an improvised failing of what has first been constituted as memory. Forgetfulness is a practice.In his search for a community that does not rely upon the false unities of subjectivity or identity, Maurice Blanchot looks to literature and writing. To achieve the common in community, Blanchot argues for the development of unworking writing practices aimed at the silence anterior to language—a silence (...)
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    Martijn Buijs (2016). Theology, Ontotheology, and Eschatology in Schelling's Late Thought. Journal of Speculative Philosophy 30 (3):373-381.
    The principle of philosophy, Schelling declares in his 1810 Stuttgarter Privatvorlesungen, is the Absolute or God.1 The terms are brought into close yet ambiguous proximity by this assertion. Yet how are we to think them together? It is far from clear just how the Absolute—the abstract, universal, all-encompassing name Idealism gives to what, most fundamentally, there is—and God, a name with a rather longer life story, are to be related. Are we to take it that the Absolute and God are (...)
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