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Studi internazionali di filosofia
Torino : Filosofia, [1970-1973]
Baker Berry B4 .S8
Deleuze and Guattari's A thousand plateaus : a reader's guide
Holland, Eugene W
London ; Bloomsbury Academic, 2013
A Thousand Plateaus is the engaging and influential second part of Capitalism and Schizophrenia, the remarkable collaborative project written by the philosopher Gilles Deleuze and the psychoanalyst Felix Guattari. This hugely important text is a work of staggering complexity that made a major contribution to contemporary Continental philosophy, yet remains distinctly challenging for readers in a number of disciplines. Deleuze and Guattari's 'A Thousand Plateaus': A Reader's Guide offers a concise and accessible introduction to this extremely important and yet challenging work. Written specifically to meet the needs of students coming to Deleuze and Guattari for the first time, the book offers guidance on: - Philosophical and historical context - Key themes - Reading the text - Reception and influence - Further reading.
On Reserve in Baker Project Room B77.D43 H65 2013
Through vegetal being : two philosophical perspectives
Irigaray, Luce, author
New York : Columbia University Press, 
Baker Berry B105.P535 I75 2016
Heidegger : the question of being and history
Derrida, Jacques, author
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2016
Session one: 16 November 1964 -- Session two: 30 November 1964 -- Session three: 17 December 1964 -- Session four: 11 January 1965 -- Session five: 25 January 1965 -- Session six: 8 February 1965 -- Session seven: 22 February 1965 -- Session eight: 15 March 1965 -- Session nine: 29 March 1965.
Baker Berry B3279.H49 D48413 2016
Postsecular Benjamin : agency and tradition
Britt, Brian M., 1964- author
Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 2016
Introduction -- Benjamin's Baroque and the culture wars -- Secularism between Scholem and Benjamin -- Madness and the scandal of tradition -- Hybrid identities : Benjamin, Auerbach, and Orientalism -- Violence and Biblical tradition -- Critical vision, from simulacra to creaturely agency -- Identity and survival in German men and women (Deutsche Menschen) -- Conclusion.
Baker Berry B3209.B584 B74 2016
The Cambridge companion to Popper
Shearmur, Jeremy, 1948-
New York : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Baker Berry B1649.P64 S54 2016
De Landa, Manuel, author
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press 
Baker Berry B77 .D43 2016
Intellectual networks in Timurid Iran : Sharaf al-Dīn ʻAlī Yazdī and the Islamicate republic of letters
Binbaş, İlker Evrim, author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016
The making of a Timurid intellectual -- Informal intellectual networks in Timurid Iran -- The prophet of Cairo and the master of Isfahan -- The articulation of a princely political discourse -- . Writing history in the Timurid Empire -- The king's two lineages: the evolution of a politico-theological idea.
"By focusing on the works and intellectual network of the Timurid historian Sharaf al Dīn ʻAlī Yazdī (d.1454), this book presents a holistic view of intellectual life in fifteenth century Iran. İlker Evrim Binbaş argues that the intellectuals in this period formed informal networks which transcended political and linguistic boundaries, and spanned an area from the western fringes of the Ottoman State to bustling late medieval metropolises such as Cairo, Shiraz, and Samarkand. The network included an Ottoman revolutionary, a Mamluk prophet, and a Timurid occultist, as well as physicians, astronomers, devotees of the secret sciences, and those political figures who believed that the network was a force to be taken seriously. Also discussing the formation of an early modern Islamicate republic of letters, this book offers fresh insights on the study of intellectual history beyond the limitations imposed by nationalist methodologies, established genres, and recognized literary traditions"--
Baker Berry B5074.S544 B56 2016
Appetites for thought : philosophers and food
Onfray, Michel, 1959- author
London : Reaktion Books Ltd, 
Introduction: the banquet of the omnivores -- Diogenes; or, the taste of octopus -- Rousseau; or, the Milky Way -- Kant; or, ethical alcoholism -- Fourier; or, the pivotal little pie -- Nietzsche; or, the sausages of the anti-Christ -- Marinetti; or, the excited pig -- Sartre; or, the revenge of the crustaceans -- Conclusion: the gay science of eating.
"[O]ffers up a delectable intellectual challenge: can we better understand the concepts of philosophers if we look at their culinary choices? Guiding us around the philosopher's banquet table with erudition, wit, and irreverence, Michel Onfray offers surprising insights on foods ranging from fillet of cod to barley soup, from sausage to wine and coffee. Tracing the edible obsessions of philosophers from Diogenes to Sartre, Onfray considers how their ideas relate to their diets. Would Diogenes have been an opponent of civilization without his taste for raw octopus? Would Rousseau have been such a proponent of frugality if his daily menu had included something more than dairy products? Nietzsche was grumpy about bad cooks and the retardation of human evolution, and Sartre was repelled by shellfish because they are 'food buried in an object, and you have to pry them out'"--Back cover.
Baker Berry B105.M53 V4613 2015
Lindos y tornadizos : el pensamiento filosófico hispano (siglos XV-XVII)
Pérez Herranz, Fernando Miguel, author
Madrid : Editorial Verbum, 
Libro o naturaleza -- Conciencias sobre conciencias : breve referencia a cuestiones históricas -- Disputas y cruces de conciencias -- Singularidad y complejidad de Hispania -- El pensamiento filosófico hispano : un ensayo de clasificación -- La explosión del pensamiento hispano -- La filosofía entre los dogmas de trento.
Hispania of the 11th-15th centuries developed around the bible a unique and full culture, which was a constituent part and not just a superfluous add-on, to the general history of Europe.
Baker Berry B4521 .P474 2016
Chinese philosophy : an introduction = Zhe xue
Littlejohn, Ronnie, 1949- author
London ; I.B. Tauris, 2016
Ontology: Questions about the Nature of Reality -- Epistemology: Questions about the Nature and Scope of Knowledge -- Value Theory: Questions about the Nature and Application of Morality -- Political Philosophy: Questions about the Nature and Purpose of Government -- Guide to Philosophers and Significant Works -- Quick Guide to Pronunciation -- Comparative Chronology of Philosophers
The philosophical traditions of China have arguably influenced more human beings than any other. China has been the home not only of its indigenous philosophical traditions of Confucianism and Daoism, but also of uniquely modified forms of Buddhism. As Ronnie L Littlejohn shows, these traditions have for thousands of years formed the bedrock of the longest continuing civilization on the planet; and Chinese philosophy has profoundly shaped the institutions, social practices and psychological character of East and Southeast Asia. The author here surveys the key texts and philosophical systems of Chinese thinkers in a completely original and illuminating way. Ranging from the Han dynasty to the present, he discusses the six classical schools of Chinese philosophy (Yin-Yang, Ru, Mo, Ming, Fa and Dao-De); the arrival of Buddhism in China and its distinctive development; the central figures and movements from the end of the Tang dynasty to the introduction into China of Western thought; and the impact of Chinese philosophers ranging from Confucius and Laozi to Tu Weiming on their equivalents in the West. -- Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry B126 .L588 2016
edited by Michael Bowler and Ingo Farin
Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 2016
Introduction / Michael Bowler and Ingo Farin -- The different notions of history in Heidegger's work / Ingo Farin -- Umwelt in Husserl and Heidegger / Thomas Nenon -- Heidegger and the hermeneutic understanding of human being / Michael Bowler -- Hermeneutics in Being and time / Daniel O. Dahlstrom -- Heidegger and Hegel : exploring the hidden Hegelianism of Being and time / Thomas Schwarz Wentzer -- Heidegger, metaphysics, and the problem of self-knowledge / Peter E. Gordon -- The beckoning of language : Heidegger's hermeneutic transformation of thinking / Jeff Malpas -- Abyssal tonalities : Heidegger's language of hearkening / David Kleinberg-Levin -- The hurdle of words : language, being, and philosophy in Heidegger / Lawrence J. Hatab -- Heidegger's hermeneutics, Gadamer's hermeneutics / Robert J. Dostal -- Heidegger and Gadamer on hermeneutics and the difficulty of truth / Dennis J. Schmidt.
Baker Berry B3279.H49 H3845 2016
The method of equality : interviews with Laurent Jeanpierre and Dork Zabunyan
Rancière, Jacques, interviewee
Cambridge ; Polity Press, 2016
Baker Berry B2430.R274 A5 2016
Ortega y Gasset : luces y sombras del exilio argentino
Campomar Fornieles, Marta M., author
Madrid : Biblioteca Nueva, 
Baker Berry B4568.O74 C2453 2016
Space, time, and culture
edited by David Carr and Cheung Chan-Fai
Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic, 2004
Baker Berry B829.5 .S633 2004
The use of bodies : homo sacer IV, 2
Agamben, Giorgio, 1942- author
Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 2016
Baker Berry B3611.A43 U8613 2016
Divination and human nature : a cognitive history of intuition in classical antiquity
Struck, Peter T., author
Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 
Divination and the history of surplus knowledge -- Plato on divination and nondiscursive knowing -- Aristotle on foresight through dreams -- Posidonius and other stoics on extra-sensory knowledge -- Iamblichus on divine divination and human intuition -- Reconsidering Penelope.
Baker Berry B171 .S85 2016
Notule libri priorum
Kilwardby, Robert, -1279, author
Oxford : Published for The British Academy by Oxford University Press, 2015
Part I. Tabula lectionum: Prologus ; Lectiones 1-38 -- Part II. Tabula lectionum: Lectiones 39-77. Indexes.
Baker Berry B440.A5 K55 2015
禮學硏究的諸面向 / 葉國良著
Xinzhu Shi : Guo li qing hua da xue chu ban she, Minguo 99 
Baker Berry East Asian B127.L5 Y425 2010
Shenyang : Liaoning ren min chu ban she, 2015
Baker Berry East Asian B128.H84 H83 2015
Filosofía iberoamericana del siglo XX
edición de Reyes Mate, Osvaldo Guariglia y León Olivé
Madrid : Trotta : 2015-
1. Filosofía teórica e historia de la filosofía - 2015, p. 518.
Baker Berry B4530 .F57 2015
Body, ritual and identity : a new interpretation of the early Qing Confucian Yan Yuan (1635-1704)
Yang, Jui-sung, 1963-
Leiden ; Brill, 
Introduction: Why Yan Yuan? -- The formation of a radical anti-Zhu Xi Confucian -- Discontent with "culture" : Yan Yuan's reconfiguration of Confucian learning -- Yan-Li School reconsidered : Li Gong as "disciple" -- From oblivion to glory : the revival of Yan Yuan in modern China -- Conclusion: Body, ritual and identity.
"Yan Yuan (1635-1704) has long been a controversial figure in the study of Chinese intellectual and cultural history. Although marginalized in his own time largely due to his radical attack on Zhu Xi (1130-1200), Yan became elevated as a great thinker during the early twentieth century because of the drastic changes of modern Chinese intellectual climate. In Body, Ritual and Identity : A New Interpretation of the Early Qing Confucian Yan Yuan (1635-1704), Yang Jui-sung has demonstrated that the complexity of Yan's ideas and his hatred for Zhu Xi in particular need be interpreted in light of his traumatic life experiences, his frustration over the fall of the Ming dynasty, and anxiety caused by the civil service examination system. Moreover, he should be better understood as a cultural critic of the lifestyle of educated elites of late imperial China. By critically analyzing Yan's changing intellectual status and his criticism that the elite lifestyle was unhealthy and feminine, this new interpretation of Yan Yuan serves to shed new light on our understanding of the features as well as problems of educated elite culture in late imperial China"--Provided by publisher.--
Baker Berry B5234.Y464 Y365 2016
[Paris] : Gallimard, ©1997
Baker Berry B2430.C5254 B65 1997
Lévinas's ethical politics
Morgan, Michael L., 1944- author
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2016
Overview -- Tears the civil servant cannot see: ethics and politics -- Judaism, Zionism, and the state of Israel -- Philosophical articulation -- The third party: transcendental ethics and realistic politics -- Ethics as critique -- Responsibility for others and the discourse of rights -- Liberalism and democracy -- Ethics, politics, and Zionism -- Teaching prophetic politics: ethics and politics in Levinas's Talmudic lessons -- Zionism and the justification of a Jewish state -- Ethics, politics, and Messianism -- Levinas's notorious interview -- Defense -- Levinas and his critics.
Baker Berry B2430.L484 M674 2016
Existential Monday : Philosophical essays
Fondane, Benjamin, 1898-1944
New York : New York Review Books, 
Introduction -- A Note on the Text -- Acknowledgments -- Existential Monday and the Sunday of History -- Preface for the Present Moment -- Man Before History, or, The Sound and the Fury -- Boredom -- Selected Bibliography -- Notes.
"Benjamin Fondane--who was born and educated in Romania, moved as an adult to Paris, lived for a time in Buenos Aires, where he was close to Victoria Ocampo, Jorge Luis Borges's friend and publisher, and died in Auschwitz--was an artist and thinker who found in every limit, in every border, "a torture and a spur." Poet, critic, man of the theater, movie director, Fondane was the most daring of the existentialists, a metaphysical anarchist, affirming individual against those great abstractions that limit human freedom--the State, History, the Law, the Idea. Existential Monday is the first selection of his philosophical work to appear in English. Here Fondane, until now little-known except to specialists, emerges as one of the great French philosophers of the twentieth century"--
Baker Berry B819 .F56 2016
Theory of identities
Laruelle, François, author
New York : Columbia University Press, 
Science, identity, fractality -- The essence of science -- Science: a nonepistemological description -- Non-philosophy: a scientific reform of the understanding -- Theory of generalized fractality -- Of determination-in-the-last-instance as destruction of the principle of sufficient determination -- The concepts of generalized fractality and chaos -- Principles of an artificial philosophy -- Unified theory of thought -- The concept of an artificial philosophy -- The fractal modeling of philosophy.
Baker Berry B77 .L3713 2016
German idealism as constructivism
Rockmore, Tom, 1942- author
Chicago ; The University of Chicago Press, 
Introduction: Kant and cognitive constructivism -- Kant, idealism, and cognitive constructivism -- Reinhold, Maimon, and Schulze -- Fichte's transcendental philosophy, the subject, and circularity -- Schelling, the philosophy of nature, and constructivism -- Hegel, identity, and constructivism -- Cognitive constructivism after German idealism.
Baker Berry B2745 .R63 2016
Plato on the metaphysical foundation of meaning and truth
Hestir, Blake E., author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Stability -- Strong Platonism, restricted Platonism, and stability -- Concerns about stability in the Cratylus -- Flux and language in the Theaetetus -- The foundation exposed: Parmenides 135bc -- Combination -- Being as capacity and combination: a challenge for the friends of the forms -- The problem of predication: the challenge of the late-learners -- Truth -- Predication, meaning, and truth in the Sophist -- Plato's conception of truth -- Truth as being and a substantive property.
Baker Berry B398.T78 H47 2016
Deleuze and Guattari's What is philosophy? : a reader's guide
London : Bloomsbury Academic ; An imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc., 
Baker Berry B2430.D453 B88 2016
Gilbert Simondon : information, technology, and media
Mills, Simon (Senior Lecturer), author
London : Rowman & Littlefield International, 
Precursor to a theory of individuation -- Physical individuation: transduction and information -- Vital individuation -- Psychic and collective individuation -- Philosophy of technology -- Culture and technology -- Simondon, Latour and Stiegler -- Towards a theory of media -- Situating Simondon.
Baker Berry B2430.S554 M55 2016
Lefebvre, Henri, 1901-1991, author
London ; Verso, 2016
A study of productive tensions / by Stuart Elden -- Prolegomena. notice to readers -- The superseding of philosophy -- Philosophy in crisis -- Opening of the testament. inventory of the legacy -- The search for heirs -- Mimesis and praxis -- Philosophy as message -- Metamorphosis of philosophy: poiesis and metaphilosophy -- Marxism and poetry / by Georges Labica.
Baker Berry B809.8 .L34813 2016
Beatific enjoyment in medieval scholastic debates : the complex legacy of Saint Augustine and Peter Lombard
Lanham [MD] : Lexington Books, 
Beatific Enjoyment in Medieval Scholastic Debates examines the religious concept of enjoyment as discussed by scholastic theologians in the Latin Middle Ages. Severin Valentinov Kitanov argues that central to the concept of beatific enjoyment (fruitio beatifica) is the distinction between the terms enjoyment and use (frui et uti) found in Saint Augustine's treatise On Christian Learning. Then Peter Lombard, a twelfth-century Italian theologian, chose the enjoyment of God to serve as an opening topic of his Sentences and thereby set in motion an enduring scholastic discourse. Kitanov examines the nature of volition and the relationship between volition and cognition. He also explores theological debates on the definition of enjoyment: whether there are different kinds and degrees of enjoyment, whether natural reason unassisted by divine revelation can demonstrate that beatific enjoyment is possible, whether beatific enjoyment is the same as pleasure, whether it has an intrinsic cognitive character, and whether the enjoyment of God in heaven is a free or un-free act.
Baker Berry B738.H3 K58 2014
The Routledge handbook of the Stoic tradition
edited by John Sellars
New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016
Baker Berry B528 .R68 2016
Rethinking order : after the laws of nature
edited by Nancy Cartwright and Keith Ward
London ; Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
Baker Berry B105.O7 R46 2016
Materiales para una autobiografía filosófica : confesiones profesionales, otros ensayos y papeles
Gaos, José, 1900-1969, author
Madrid : Iberoamericana Vervuert ; 2016
José Gaos : el profesor y su sombra (advertencia) / Adolfo Castañón -- Confesiones profesionales -- Confesiones de un trasterrado -- Los "trasterrados" españoles de la Filosofía en México -- La adaptación de un español a la sociedad hispanoamericana -- Palabras de trasterrado en Monterrey -- Papeles privados -- Gaos por Gaos (Autorretrato) -- Aforismos -- Salvación de Ortega -- Filosofía e infelicidad -- La vida intelectual (El tapiz por el revés) -- Cartas -- Una tarde con mi padre : recuerdo de José Gaos / por Ángeles Gaos de Camacho ; prólogo de Alfonso Rangel Guerra -- Una tarde con mi padre -- Algunas traducciones de José Gaos.
Baker Berry B1019.G284 A3 2016
Die Griechen im Denken Nietzsches
Berlin : De Gruyter, 2005
Baker Berry B3317 .M75 2005
Epicurean meteorology : sources, method, scope and organization
Bakker, Fredrik A., author
Leiden ; BRILL, 2016
Baker Berry B512 .B35 2016
On the nature of love : Ficino on Plato's Symposium
Ficino, Marsilio, 1433-1499, author
London : Shepheard-Walwyn (Publishers) Ltd, 2016
Baker Berry B785.F43 D3913 2016
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