Nihil Unbound: Naturalism and Anti-Phenomenological Realism

Palgrave-Macmillan (2008)
Abstract
Where much contemporary philosophy seeks to stave off the "threat" of nihilism by safeguarding the experience of meaning--characterized as the defining feature of human existence--from the Enlightenment logic of disenchantment, this book attempts to push nihilism to its ultimate conclusion by forging a link between revisionary naturalism in Anglo-American philosophy and anti-phenomenological realism in recent French philosophy. Contrary to an emerging "post-analytic" consensus which would bridge the analytic-continental divide by uniting Heidegger and Wittgenstein against the twin perils of scientism and skepticism, this book short-circuits both traditions by plugging eliminative materialism directly into speculative realism
Keywords Nihilism (Philosophy  Realism  Naturalism
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Call number B828.3.B73 2008
ISBN(s) 0230522041
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