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Philosophical Paths in the Public Sphere.


Philosophical Paths in the Public Sphere

Edited by Gaetano Chiurazzi, Davide Sisto, and Soren Tinning

LIT Verlag


278 pages


Philosophy: Research and Science; Volume 44


Scholars of philosophy offer reference points for several significant themes in contemporary discussion on the public sphere. The topics include examining Kant's political antinomy through his Third Critique, the re-semantization of the human from an ethico-political perspective, liberty as a precondition and limit of public space: preliminary considerations for a reflection on the metaphysical meaning of liberty, the network as global public sphere, public and private in biopolitical times: toward a radically immanent perspective, the role of religious language and symbols in the public sphere, and the truth of cynicism and nihilism. Distributed in the US by ISBS. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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