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    David Amigoni & Jeff Wallace, Eds., Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species, New Interdisciplinary Essays (Manchester University Press, 1995), Texts in Culture, 211 Pp.,£ 35.00 HB,£ 12.99 PB Annales: Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 50 Ann6e, No. 1, Janvier-Fevrier 1995, Armand Colin, 223 Pp. [REVIEW]Karl Dietrich Bracha, Margaret Bridges, Franklin Philip & David Carroll - 1996 - History of European Ideas 22 (1):63-65.
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    The Science of Illusions.Jacques Ninio & Franklin Philip - 2001 - Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
    Cultural differences in the perception of geometric illusions. Science 139: 769- 71. Shepard, RN 1 99o. Mind sights. New York: Freeman & Co. ...
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    Discourse on the Origin of Inequality.Franklin Philip & Patrick Coleman (eds.) - 2009 - Oxford University Press.
    In his Discourses, Rousseau argues that inequalities of rank, wealth, and power are the inevitable result of the civilizing process. If inequality is intolerable - and Rousseau shows with unparalleled eloquence how it robs us not only of our material but also of our psychological independence - then how can we recover the peaceful self-sufficiency of life in the state of nature? We cannot return to a simpler time, but measuring the costs of progress may help us to imagine alternatives (...)
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  4. Heidegger and Modernity.Franklin Philip (ed.) - 1991 - University of Chicago Press.
    "_Heidegger and Modernity_ is an intervention in the Heidegger debate in France which many may see as decisive. Its central claim is that the responses of left Heideggerians to continuing disclosures regarding Heidegger's Nazi affiliations fail to come to terms with central ambiguities in his philosophical responses, both early and late, to modernity and technology.... Incisive and hard hitting, Luc Ferry and Alain Renault have condensed in a short and tightly organized book both a judicious and well-informed account of the (...)
     
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  5. Political Philosophy 3: From the Rights of Man to the Republican Idea.Franklin Philip (ed.) - 1992 - University of Chicago Press.
    What is the common element linking the right to health care and the right of free speech, the right to leisure and the right of free association, the right to work and the right to be protected? Debates on the rights of man abound in the media today, but all too often they remain confused and fail to recognize the fundamental political conceptions on which they hinge. Several French theorists have recently attempted a new account of rights, one that would (...)
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  6. Political Philosophy 2: The System of Philosophies of History.Franklin Philip (ed.) - 1992 - University of Chicago Press.
    Because contemporary political philosophy owes a significant debt to the great nineteenth-century German philosophies of history, a sound knowledge of German Idealist philosophy is crucial to an understanding of our own time. In _Political Philosophy 2_, Luc Ferry provides not only a thorough introduction to German Idealism and its critics, but also an insightful look at contemporary political philosophy. Ferry begins this second volume of his ambitious three-volume _Political Philosophy _by considering both the structure and the potential political effects of (...)
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  7. Philosophical Works of Etienne Bonnot, Abbe de Condillac: Volume Ii.Franklin Philip (ed.) - 1986 - Psychology Press.
    This is the first English translation of Condillac's most influential works: the Essay on the Origins of Human Knowledge and Course for Study of Instruction of the Prince of Parma. The Essays lay the foundation for Condillac's theory of mind. He argues that all mental operations are, in fact, sensory processes and nothing more. An outgrowth of Locke's empirical account of ideas and sensations as a source of knowledge, Condillac's theory goes beyond Locke's foundations, introducing his universal method for understanding (...)
     
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  8. The Statue Within.Franklin Philip, Francis Crick, Anthony Serafini, Arthur Kornberg & Lily E. Kay - 1992 - Journal of the History of Biology 25 (1):149-155.
     
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