Philosophy 498/698: Simone de BeauvoirPhilosophy 498/698: Simone de Beauvoir
Beauvoir’s concept of the social Other, her formulation of an existentialist ethics, her analysis of women and the origin of sex oppression, her concept of “situation” and how it plays out according to gender and other social variables
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Political Violence as Bad Faith in Beauvoir’s The Blood of OthersPolitical Violence as Bad Faith in Beauvoir’s The Blood of Others
Résistance fighter named Hélène Bertrand. We encounter her from the point of view of Jean Blomart, her friend and lover, who recounts the story of their relationship : their first meeting, unhappy romance, bitter breakup
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Christopher Janaway 4 Knowledge and Belief in theChristopher Janaway 4 Knowledge and Belief in the
This raises the question what constitutes a philosopher. Since knowledge turns out to be distinctive of the philosopher, the argument to establish the nature of knowledge is of the utmost importance for the Republic as a whole
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New additions to stock f or april 2014New additions to stock f or april 2014
The Feminization Debate in Eighteenth Century England: literature, Commerce and luxury
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Pos 6933: History of American Political Thought Course DescriptionPos 6933: History of American Political Thought Course Description
However, the deeper goal of the class is to help you think critically about current political questions and institutions, and to help you become self-conscious about the positions you take with respect to them, by reflecting upon the past
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Hobbes through Kant. We then focus on comparing the analyses of Christianity and its relationship to modern culture in the work of John Henry Newman, Matthew Arnold and Friedrich Nietzsche
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Publications for Jennifer Milam 2015Publications for Jennifer Milam 2015
Milam, J. (2015). Betwixt and Between: Chinese Taste in Peter the Great's Russia. In Petra ten-Doesschate Chu, Ning Ding, Lidy Jane Chu (Eds.), Qing Encounters: Artistic Exchanges between China and the West
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This book is a critique of the Nietzschean variant of moral relativism and its consequences for morality generallyThis book is a critique of the Nietzschean variant of moral relativism and its consequences for morality generally
An important point that is reiterated throughout this work is that if any ethical system is not helpful in making man to live a responsible, reasonable and balanced moral life, such as ethics should be rejected
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Engaging the liberal arts 100Engaging the liberal arts 100
Hacker, Diana. A writer’s Reference. 7th ed. Boston : Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2011
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