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  1. Bernhard Waldenfels & David J. Parent (1996). Order in the Twilight. Ohio University Press.
    In this seminal work, acclaimed philosopher Bernhard Waldenfels deals with the problem of the nature of order after the “shattering of the world,” and the loss of the idea of a universal or fundamental order._ _ Order in the Twilight__ unites phenomenological methodology with recent work on the theory of order, normativity, and dialogue, as well as structuralism and Gestalt theory. Philosophically stringent, it expresses a more optimistic attitude than much modern philosophy, especially deconstruction._ Waldenfels passes the question of order (...)
     
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    David J. Parent (1991). Unsere postmoderne Moderne. History of European Ideas 13 (4):434-435.
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    Sander L. Gilman & David J. Parent (eds.) (1991). Conversations with Nietzsche: A Life in the Words of His Contemporaries. OUP Usa.
    These eighty-seven memoirs, anecdotes, and informal recollections by a broad range of reporters reflect both the reality and the myths surrounding this legendary figure. Together, they cover the entire span of Nietzsche's life and yield new insights into Nietzsche as a thinker and as a commentator on his times, recounting his views on religion, philosophy, women, literature, arts, and some of the great thinkers and historical figures.
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  4. Wolfgang Müller-Lauter, David J. Parent & Richard Schacht (2003). Nietzsche: His Philosophy of Contradictions and the Contradictions of His Philosophy. Journal of Nietzsche Studies 25:95-100.
     
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  5. David J. Parent (1985). Fundamental Anthropology: By Michael Landmann. Upa.
    Michael Landmann, one of the prominent philosophers and scholars of our time, died in Haifa, Israel on January 25, 1984 at the age of seventy. He has enriched contemporary philosophy through his numerous writings whose principal theme was man's place in the world, or 'philosophical anthropology,' summarized as the conception of man as an individual with knowledge of his place within a historical tradition; man is therefore an expression of subjective and objective spirit at the same time. I.
     
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  6. Richard M. Zaner & David J. Parent (eds.) (1989). The Structures of the Life World V2. Northwestern University Press.
    _The Structures of the Life-World _is the final focus of twenty-seven years of Alfred Schutz's labor, encompassing the fruits of his work between 1932 and his death in 1959. This book represents Schutz's seminal attempt to achieve a comprehensive grasp of the nature of social reality. Here he integrates his theory of relevance with his analysis of social structures. Thomas Luckmann, a former student of Schutz's, completed the manuscript for publication after Schutz's untimely death.
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