1. Celebrating Fifty Years of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
  2. Calvin O. Schrag
  3. pp. 86-92
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  1. Random Reflections of a Founding Witness
  2. Edward S. Casey
  3. pp. 93-101
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  1. A Philosophical History of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy?
  2. David Carr
  3. pp. 102-107
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  1. American Continental Philosophy in the Making: The Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy’s Early Days
  2. Robert C. Scharff
  3. pp. 108-117
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  1. The Plight of Ethics
  2. Kelly Oliver
  3. pp. 118-133
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  1. Precarious Life, Vulnerability, and the Ethics of Cohabitation
  2. Judith Butler
  3. pp. 134-151
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  1. The Cosmological Turn
  2. John Sallis
  3. pp. 152-162
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  1. Return of the First-Person Singular: The Science of Subjectivity and the Sciences
  2. Alphonso Lingis
  3. pp. 163-174
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  1. Tales from the Trenches: On Women Philosophers, Feminist Philosophy, and the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
  2. Nancy Fraser
  3. pp. 175-184
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  1. Thoughts on Thirty Years in the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
  2. Nancy Holland
  3. pp. 185-188
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  1. Thinking Problems
  2. Namita Goswami
  3. pp. 189-199
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  1. Feminist Transformations
  2. Sharon M. Meagher
  3. pp. 200-210
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  1. The Color of Change in Continental Feminist Philosophy
  2. Donna-Dale L. Marcano
  3. pp. 211-215
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  1. Some Critical Reflections on the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy and on U.S. Philosophy
  2. Linda Bell
  3. pp. 216-221
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  1. Then And Now
  2. Ronald Bruzina
  3. pp. 222-231
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  1. Individuality of the “I”: Brentano and Today
  2. James G. Hart
  3. pp. 232-246
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  1. Toward the Concrete
  2. Thomas R. Flynn
  3. pp. 247-255
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  1. The Challenge of Existentialism, Then and Now
  2. William L. McBride
  3. pp. 255-260
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  1. Existentialism: A Beauvoirean Lineage
  2. Margaret A. Simons
  3. pp. 261-267
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  1. Then and Now
  2. Linda Martín Alcoff
  3. pp. 268-278
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  1. The Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Feminism, and the Epoché
  2. Debra Bergoffen
  3. pp. 278-290
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  1. Then and Now
  2. David Rasmussen
  3. pp. 291-298
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  1. The Next Fifty Years
  2. Ladelle McWhorter
  3. pp. 299-307
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  1. The Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy’s Formation and “Postmodern” Thought: The First Twenty-Five Years
  2. Charles E. Scott
  3. pp. 308-320
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  1. Can Continental Philosophy Deal with the New Technologies?
  2. Don Ihde
  3. pp. 321-332
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  1. The Second Great Revolution in Phenomenology
  2. Merold Westphal
  3. pp. 333-347
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  1. Continental Philosophy of Religion: Then, Now, and Tomorrow
  2. John D. Caputo
  3. pp. 347-360
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  1. Aesthetics—Then and Now
  2. Hugh J. Silverman
  3. pp. 361-369
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  1. Then and Now, Here and There: On the Grounds of Aesthetics
  2. Gary Shapiro
  3. pp. 370-384
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  1. Aesthetics: An Important Category of Feminist Philosophy
  2. Ewa Plonowska Ziarek
  3. pp. 385-393
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  1. In Search of Epistemic Freedom: Afro-Caribbean Philosophy’s Contributions to Continental Philosophy
  2. Gertrude James González de Allen
  3. pp. 394-403
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  1. The History of Philosophy as Perversion: On Karmen MacKendrick
  2. Richard A. Lee Jr.
  3. pp. 404-410
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  1. Mending: The Hard Work of Repair in a Broken World
  2. Patricia Huntington
  3. pp. 411-422
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  1. Carnal Eternity
  2. Richard Kearney
  3. pp. 422-435
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  1. Response
  2. Karmen Mackendrick
  3. pp. 435-441
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  1. Social Inequality, Power, and Politics: Intersectionality and American Pragmatism in Dialogue
  2. Patricia Hill Collins
  3. pp. 442-457
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  1. Mapping the Geographies of Social Inequality: Patricia Hill Collins’s Intersectional Critical Theory
  2. Eduardo Mendieta
  3. pp. 458-465
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  1. Rethinking with Patricia Hill Collins: A Note Toward Intersectionality as Interlocutory Interstitiality
  2. Kyoo Lee
  3. pp. 466-473
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  1. Beauvoir, Irigaray, and the Possibility of Feminist Phenomenology
  2. Anne van Leeuwen
  3. pp. 474-484
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  1. World Spirit as Baal: Marx, Adorno, and Dostoyevsky on Alienation
  2. Dennis Lunt
  3. pp. 485-495
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  1. Introduction
  2. Cynthia Willett, Anthony Steinbock, Lauren Guilmette
  3. pp. 79-85
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  1. Continental Philosophy of Religion: Then, Now, and Tomorrow (extended version)
  2. John D. Caputo
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