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Anthony Adler
Yonsei University
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    The Closed Commercial State.J. G. Fichte & Anthony Curtis Adler (eds.) - 2012 - State University of New York Press.
    Critical scholarly edition of J. G. Fichte's Closed Commercial State.
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    Philosophy Interrupted: Agamben’s Unspeakable Girl and the Counter-Phenomenology of Initiation.Anthony Curtis Adler - 2020 - Angelaki 25 (5):19-34.
    The Unspeakable Girl is more important for Agamben’s thought than its short length, antiquarianism, and belletristic format suggest. In discussing ancient initiation rites through an analysis of th...
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    Der Freiheit Ergiebt Sich Die Wahrheit.Anthony Curtis Adler - 2019 - Fichte-Studien 47:183-203.
    The inquiry into the nature of truth plays an important role in Fichte's thought, especially following his departure from Jena, and indeed in the WL-1804-ii the doctrine of truth emerges as the centerpiece of the WL. The following paper argues that the conception of truth evolves significantly after the WL-1804-ii, and that, in such texts as the Erlanger Metaphysik, the Spekulation zu Koppenhagen, and the 1812 WL, Fichte, building on the account of the hiatus in the WL-1804-ii while moving away (...)
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    The Abject Life of Things: H.C. Andersen's Sentimentality.Anthony Curtis Adler - 2012 - Angelaki 17 (1):115-130.
    This paper attempts a philosophically rigorous interpretation of H.C. Andersen’s tales. Through a radically conceived sentimentality – the unmediated juxtaposition of the abjection of things, conceived as a paradoxical “desire for desire” having no place in the world, with a cruel, apathetic gaze – Andersen challenges the existence of the soul or subjectivity as what, by combining the theoretical gaze with contemplative pleasure, grants coherence to experience. Thus undermining not only Romantic self-reflection, and its suturing of philosophy to criticism, but (...)
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    The Practical Absolute: Fichte’s Hidden Poetics.Anthony Curtis Adler - 2007 - Continental Philosophy Review 40 (4):407-433.
    The following paper argues that J.G. Fichte, despite his apparent philosophical neglect of art and aesthetics, does develop a strong, original, and coherent account of art, which not only allows the theorization of modern, non-representative art forms, but indeed anticipates Nietzsche and Heidegger in conceiving of truth in terms of art rather than scientific rationality. While the basis of Fichte’s philosophy of art is presented in the essay “On Spirit and Letter in Philosophy,” it is not developed systematically either in (...)
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    Response to Nietzsche’s Constructivism.Anthony Curtis Adler - forthcoming - Philosophia:1-9.
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    The Intermedial Gesture.Anthony Curtis Adler - 2007 - Angelaki 12 (3):57 – 64.
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