Deleuze and the Naming of God: Postsecularism and the Future of Immanence

2014.08.19 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Daniel Colucciello Barber, Deleuze and the Naming of God: Postsecularism and the Future of Immanence, Edinburgh University Press,
2014.08.19 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Daniel Colucciello Barber, Deleuze and the Naming of God: Postsecularism and the Future of Immanence, Edinburgh University Press, [More]

Associate Professor / Research Professor

Job List:  Asia/Africa/Australasia Name of institution:  University of Western
Job List:  Asia/Africa/Australasia Name of institution:  University of Western [More]

Ancient Ethical Theory

[Revised entry by Richard Parry on August 13, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] While moral theory does not invent morality, or even reflection on it, it does try to bring systematic
[Revised entry by Richard Parry on August 13, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] While moral theory does not invent morality, or even reflection on it, it does try to bring systematic [More]

Philosophy of Film

[Revised entry by Thomas Wartenberg on August 13, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] The philosophy of film is a rapidly growing subfield of contemporary philosophy of art. Although philosophers were
[Revised entry by Thomas Wartenberg on August 13, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] The philosophy of film is a rapidly growing subfield of contemporary philosophy of art. Although philosophers were [More]

Corporate Inversion

Corporate inversion is a strategy in which a corporation (usually one located in the United States) merges with a foreign corporation and then shifts its income from its original country.  The usual
Corporate inversion is a strategy in which a corporation (usually one located in the United States) merges with a foreign corporation and then shifts its income from its original country.  The usual [More]

Is Philosophy Relevant in an Age of Science?

Criticizing philosophy has become de rigueur even among (former) philosophers these days. The main gist of these criticisms is that philosophy hasn't and can't keep up with the hard sciences in the knowledge-acquisition game. Our friends over at the Institute of Art and Ideas (IAI) took this problem to the debate floor in a recent video.
Criticizing philosophy has become de rigueur even among (former) philosophers these days. The main gist of these criticisms is that philosophy hasn't and can't keep up with the hard sciences in the knowledge-acquisition game. Our friends over at the Institute of Art and Ideas (IAI) took this problem to the debate floor in a recent video. [More]

Thing Theory

Object lessons. A rusty, pock-marked milk can, a sculpture of two hands, an ivory figurine: Things loom large as other gods seem to fail…
Object lessons. A rusty, pock-marked milk can, a sculpture of two hands, an ivory figurine: Things loom large as other gods seem to fail… [More]

Benjamins

Proto deconstructionist, media theorist, fiery communist, hash-smoking Jewish mystic: Each reader finds the Walter Benjamin they deserve…
Proto deconstructionist, media theorist, fiery communist, hash-smoking Jewish mystic: Each reader finds the Walter Benjamin they deserve… [More]

Joseph Epstein

Literary critic as a young hellion. Joseph Epstein was seduced by the “lush air of corruption” the surrounded women like Leona, a heroin-addicted prostitute…
Literary critic as a young hellion. Joseph Epstein was seduced by the “lush air of corruption” the surrounded women like Leona, a heroin-addicted prostitute… [More]

The Cambridge Companion to Pragmatism

2014.08.18 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Alan Malachowski (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Pragmatism, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 378pp., $29.99 (pbk), ISBN
2014.08.18 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews Alan Malachowski (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Pragmatism, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 378pp., $29.99 (pbk), ISBN [More]