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- CR: The New Centennial Review
- Michigan State University Press
- Derrida and Post-Hegelian Kantianism in Eric Weil: Impossibility and Possibility of Dialogue Volume 15, Number 1, Spring 2015, pp. 195-214
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This issue contains 13 articles in total
- Editors’ Note
- Black Nihilism and the Politics of Hope
- Derrida and Post-Hegelian Kantianism in Eric Weil: Impossibility and Possibility of Dialogue
- When Negativity Runs the Risk of Meaning: Hegelian Heritages in Bataille and Derrida
- The Question of the Other in the Dialectics of Time: The Problem of Intersubjectivity in Derrida’s Reading of Husserl
- Restless Negativity: Blanchot’s Hegelianism
- Lévinas after Hegel: An Other Philosophy of Spirit?
- Life Death and Differance: Philosophies of Life between Hegel and Derrida
- Of Seminal Differance: Dissemination and Philosophy of Nature
- The Spirit of the Time: Derrida’s Reading of Hegel in the 1964–65 Lecture Course
- The Dialecticity of Mathematical Concepts and the Problem of the Origin of Geometry: Cavaillès avec Derrida
- One Coming before the Other?: On Jean Wahl and Jacques Derrida
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