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    Philosophy in post-communist europe.Dane R. Gordon - 1994 - Metaphilosophy 25 (2-3):214-223.
    This book explores the richness of contemporary philosophical reflection in Eastern and Central Europe. Philosophers from Poland, Russia, the Czech Republic, and the United States discuss the status of democracy, nationalism, language, economics, education, women, and philosophy itself in the aftermath of communism. Fresh ideas are combined with renewed traditions as poignant problems are confronted.
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    A Feeling Intellect and a Thinking Heart.Dane R. Gordon - 2002 - University Press of America.
    This book addresses issues of philosophy and religion from a non Western as well as a Western perspective.
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    Criticism and Defense of Rationality in Contemporary Philosophy.Dane R. Gordon & Józef Niznik (eds.) - 1998 - BRILL.
    This book engages in critical discussion of the role of reason and rationality in philosophy, the human mind, ethics, science, and the social sciences. Philosophers from Poland, Germany, and the United States examine reason in the light of emotion, doubt, absolutes, implementation, and interpretation. They throw new light on old values.
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    Civil Society in Southeast Europe.Dane R. Gordon & David C. Durst - 2004 - Rodopi.
    Since the fall of communism in 1989 Southeast Europe has been a site of far-reaching societal transformation, much of it marked by political crisis, economic upheaval, ethnic tension, and bitter war. The book comprises articles investigating the history and development of civil society in post-communist Southeast Europe. How is civil society to be grasped, what are the historical factors shaping the civil societies of the region?, what is the function of civil society in the transition to democracy and a market-economy?, (...)
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  5. Civil Society in Southeast Europe.Dane R. Gordon & David C. Durst - 2005 - Studies in East European Thought 57 (2):220-222.
     
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    Philosophy and Vision.Dane R. Gordon (ed.) - 1998 - BRILL.
    _Philosophy and Vision_ argues that clear thinking and imaginative understanding are necessary qualities as we try to deal with the problems that confront us in our daily life. The book discusses history, the environment, religion, personal and corporate morality, freedom, the concept of person, poetry, and post-modernism attempts to show that as a philosophic vision is brought to bear on all of these, we will grasp them more completely and more constructively. The issues which challenge most of us seldom have (...)
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  7. Philosophy in Post-communist Europe.Dane R. Gordon - 1998 - Rodopi.
    This book explores the richness of contemporary philosophical reflection in Eastern and Central Europe. Philosophers from Poland, Russia, the Czech Republic, and the United States discuss the status of democracy, nationalism, language, economics, education, women, and philosophy itself in the aftermath of communism. Fresh ideas are combined with renewed traditions as poignant problems are confronted.
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    Epictetus: His Continuing Influence and Contemporary Relevance.Dane R. Gordon & David B. Suits (eds.) - 2014 - Rochester, New York: RIT Press.
    Epictetus was born a slave. His master, Epaphroditus, allowed him to attend the lectures of the Stoic philosopher Musonius Rufus and later gave him his freedom. From numerous references in his Discourses it is clear that Epictetus valued freedom as a precious possession. He would have been on the side of the many people living now who, while not actually enslaved, are denied true freedom by the harsh circumstances of their lives. Epictetus's teachings about freedom and human dignity have echoed (...)
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