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  1. Objetos simples.Fernando Collao - 2011 - Cuadrante Phi.
    This essay will discuss if the simple character of an object constitutes a primitive fact, or it is a fact respect of which one can give some explanation. In this work I will do a general review of the different criteria that have been given to provide an explanation to the simple character of the objects, which have been presented by Kris McDaniel in his work "Brutal Simples" and published in the Oxford Studies in Metaphysics, Vol. 3 . McDaniel distinguished (...)
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  2. Filosofía venidera e infancia: una comunidad siempre por venir.Alejandra Marín - 2011 - Cuadrante Phi.
    In contrast to the idea of Modern philosophy as defined by its relation to the present , the text seeks to explore the notion of a coming philosophy‘ formulated by Giorgio Agamben in Infancy and History, echoing Benjamin‘s Program. In order to accomplish this goal, the article presents a conceptualization of the idea of infancy, elaborated through the concept of experimentum linguae, trying to shed light on its political consequences, especially with regard to the constitution of a community and its (...)
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  3. Expresión, acontecimiento y armonía: aproximación a la concepción leibniziana de lo bello.Andrés Rodríguez Pérez - 2011 - Cuadrante Phi.
    This article will describe Leibniz's conception of beauty looking to develop a leibnizian concept of art. It seeks to develop a concept of art according to which in fact and through a leibnizian perspective, the work of art lasts no more than its materials having no proper unity and due to the absence of a dominant singularity capable to gives it implied harmony. Also, from this perspective, de jure, the work is preserved, due to it is always possible to assume (...)
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  4. Una crítica de la reducción de la moralidad a la justicia.Béla Pokol - 2011 - Cuadrante Phi.
    There are a lot of moral values in the practice of communities and the moral philosophies make different hierarchies among them on the one side, and there are different generalizations of morality which mean the fixed norms of morality on the other side. There is the well-known line of critics of MacIntyre, Michael Sandel, Michael Walzer and Charles Taylor which attacks the moral theory of John Rawls as the reduction of the morality to the justice and which tendency appeared in (...)
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