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  1. David Webb (2013). To Think as Mortals. Philosophy Today 45 (3):211-224.
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  2. David Webb, Foucault's Archaeology: Science and Transformation.
    The book proposes that Foucault's archaeology is a direct response to the predicament for thought in modernity that he described in the closing chapters of The Order of Things, and that science and mathematics are fundamental to the possibility of this response. Centered around the figure of man, Foucault described thinking in modernity as split between empirical and transcendental forms of enquiry, neither of which is able to secure a foundation. To understand how Foucault responds to this situation, the book (...)
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  3. David Webb (2010). The Structure of Praxis and the Time of Eudaimonia. Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy 14 (2):265-287.
    The conception of time presented in Aristotle’s Physics IV has been supremely influential in the philosophical tradition. However, I shall argue that it proves to be inadequate to resolve a question arising from Aristotle’s own ethics; namely, the relation of ethical action to eudaimonia. As one explores this issue, a sense of time begins to emerge that calls for a reconsideration of the concepts of magnitude or dimension (megethos) and continuity (suneches) that determine the account of time found in Physics (...)
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  4. David Webb, Vattimo's Hermeneutics as a Practice of Freedom.
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  5. David Webb (2009). Heidegger, Ethics, and the Practice of Ontology. Continuum.
    Continuity and difference in Heidegger's sophist -- To think as mortals : Heidegger and the finitude of philosophical existence -- The contingency of freedom : Heidegger reading Kant -- Dimension and difference : from undifferentiatedness to singularity -- Heidegger and Weyl on the question of continuity -- The experience of language as such.
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  6. David Webb (2007). Introduction. European Journal of Political Theory 6 (1):7-9.
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  7. David Webb, A Role for Spiritual Self-Enquiry in Suicidology?
    Volume one looks at the language of spirituality to deepen our understanding of the suicidal crisis. Spirituality remains the primary motivation for my work. However, two other significant influences have emerged in my research. The first is the intellectual tradition from the school of philosophy known as phenomenology. The second is only at an embryonic stage as a academic discourse. This is the social change, human rights movement that is becoming known as Mad Culture. The accompanying volume to this exegesis, (...)
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  8. David Webb (2006). Cavaillès and the Historical a Priori in Foucault. In Simon B. Duffy (ed.), Virtual Mathematics: The Logic of Difference. Clinamen. 100--17.
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  9. David Webb (2006). Michel Serres on Lucretius. Angelaki 11 (3):125 – 136.
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  10. David Webb (2005). Microphysics. Angelaki 10 (2):123 – 133.
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  11. David Webb (2004). The Contingency of Freedom. International Studies in Philosophy 36 (1):189-214.
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  12. David Webb (2003). Cavailles, Husserl and the Historicity of Science. Angelaki 8 (3):59 – 72.
  13. David Webb (2001). To Think as Mortals: Heidegger and the Finitude of Philosophical Existence. Philosophy Today 45 (3):211-224.
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  14. David Webb (2000). Continuity and Difference in Heidegger'sSophist. Southern Journal of Philosophy 38 (1):145-169.
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  15. James F. Kitchell, Robert V. O'Neill, David Webb, George W. Gallepp, Steven M. Bartell, Joseph F. Koonce & Beverly S. Ausmus (1979). Consumer Regulation of Nutrient Cycling. Bioscience 29 (1):28-34.
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