In this Issue
The Journal of Speculative Philosophy publishes systematic and interpretive essays about basic philosophical questions. Scholars examine the constructive interaction between Continental and American philosophy, as well as novel developments in the ideas and theories of past philosophers that have relevance for contemporary thinkers. The journal also features discussions of art, religion, and literature that are not strictly or narrowly philosophical. Book reviews and "News from Abroad" are included in every volume.
published byPenn State University Press
viewing issueVolume 34, Number 3, 2020
Table of Contents
- Editors' Introduction
- pp. 225-231
Phenomenological and Experimental Challenges
- Noesis, and Noema, and Gender—Oh My!
- pp. 248-264
- Grief, Phantoms, and Re-membering Loss
- pp. 284-296
Decolonizing Affects and Politics
Problematizations of Language and Law
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