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  1. Paul and the Plea for Contingency in Contemporary Philosophy: A Philosophical and Anthropological Critique.Carlos A. Segovia & Sofya Gevorkyan - 2020 - Open Philosophy 3 (1):625-656.
    Our purpose in this study – which stands at the crossroads of contemporary philosophy, anthropology, and religious studies – is to assess critically the plea for radical contingency in contemporary thought, with special attention to the work of Meillassoux, in light, among other things, of the symptomatic presence of Pauline motifs in the late twentieth to early twenty first-century philosophical arena, from Vattimo to Agamben and especially Badiou. Drawing on Aristotle’s treatment of τύχη and Hilan Bensusan’s neo-monadology, we ask what (...)
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  • A Case for the Primacy of the Ontological Principle.Otávio S. R. D. Maciel - 2019 - Open Philosophy 2 (1):324-346.
    This paper aims at the construction of a structural coupling between object-oriented philosophy and Whitehead’s philosophy of organism by making a case for the primacy of the ontological principle through the proposal of a social object hypothesis. The social object here differs from traditional renderings of sociology, which are centered on humans’ activity and personalities, by way of recuperating Tarde’s social theory of associations. This theory provides us with a non-anthropocentric reading of sociality. This hypothesis will be furthered by the (...)
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