Spis treści: The Responsibility of the Philosopher



INTRODUCTION: THE STRONG REASONS FOR WEAK THOUGHT, s. 1

  1. Franca D'Agostini Weakness, s. 3
  2. French Nihilism and Italian Nihilism, s. 6
  3. Nihilism and Difference, s. 9
  4. Difference and Dialectic, s. 15
  5. Nihilism, Hermeneutics, and Postmodernity, s. 22
  6. Verwindung, s. 25
  7. Argumentation and Provenance, s. 29
  8. This Book, s. 32
  9. Postscript (2009), s. 36

1. PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE, s. 47

  1. After Kant, After Hegel, s. 47
  2. The Flash of the Ereignis, s. 51
  3. The Story of a Comma, s. 56
  4. Science and "Being-not beings", s. 59
  5. The Edification of Humanity, s. 62
  6. Cumulative Knowledges, s. 64

2. PHILOSOPHY, HISTORY, LITERATURE, s. 69

  1. Truth, Rhetoric, History, s. 69
  2. Are History and Ontology Compatible?, s. 71
  3. Mythization of the World, s. 73
  4. Fugues, s. 75
  5. Sciences of Nature and Sciences of the Spirit?, s. 77

5. LOGIC IN PHILOSOPHY, s. 81

  1. Logic and the Logics, s. 81
  2. Logic and the History of Being, s. 84
  3. Philosophy of Logic and Logic of Philosophy, s. 87
  4. Logic and Ontology, s. 90

4. TO SPEAK THE TRUTH, s. 95

  1. Redemisti nos Domine Deus veritatis, s. 95
  2. The Endless Banquet, s. 96
  3. Do Vampires Exist?, s. 98

5. THE VOCATION TO PHILOSOPHY AND THE RESPONSIBILITY OF PHILOSOPHY, s. 101

  1. Writing for the Newspapers, s. 101
  2. Writing in the First Person, s. 102
  3. The Dive Into Politics, s. 104
  4. Politics Philosopher-style, s. 107
  5. Losing your Soul, s. 111
  6. Filling In the Blanks, s. 112
  7. The Construction of Universality is Political, s. 115

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