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    Berkeley’s Presence: Metaphysical Development and Dialectical Tension.Gabe Eisenstein - 1988 - Idealistic Studies 18 (3):207-229.
    Although a certain mature historicism in contemporary philosophy takes dialogue with past writers to be the “ultimate context within which knowledge is to be understood,” the problem of truth must persist for it—if only in the form of the question concerning the validity of interpretation. If there is no progress in philosophy toward a more precise and established body of true propositions, still there must be some sort of movement to conversation and some reference point by means of which the (...)
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    Reading the Promise.Gabe Eisenstein - manuscript
    Although the bulk of this paper takes the form of an interpretation of the story of Abraham and Sarah in Genesis, it is intended as an exploration of what I take to be a new nexus of assumptions about the objects and practice of philosophy. This new configuration might be designated the narrative paradigm. Here one treats philosophical statements about the world as speech acts in a context few of whose disparate dimensions -- psychological, political, economic, scientific, aesthetic or moral (...)
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    Three Kings and the Problem of Evil.Gabe Eisenstein - unknown
    The Myth of the Lost Tribes and the Ambiguity of “Israel” 23 Conversion and Return: The Yerushalmi’s Discussion 24 When is “this day”? (Deut. 29:28) 25 The Metaphysics of the Day 27 Hermeneutics in the Covenant of Moab 29..
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    The Postmodern Explained.Gabe Eisenstein - 1995 - International Studies in Philosophy 27 (1):139-140.
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