Being and the Between: Political Theory in the American Academy

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SUNY Press, 1995 - 557 strán (strany)
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What is Metaphysical Thinking? Mind Being and the Between
3
The Doubling of Metaphysical Perplexity
5
Agapeic Astonishment
8
Erotic Perplexity and the Completion of Metaphysics
13
Metaphysical Thinking and Univocity
16
Metaphysical Thinking and Equivocity
19
Metaphysics and Transcendental Thought
26
Metaphysical Thinking and Hegelian Idealism
29
Creation The Universal Impermanence
267
The Elemental and Rapturous Univocity
270
Heterogeneity and Equivocal Process
278
Mediated Becoming and Dialectic
284
The Middle World of CreationThe Universal Impermanence
290
Things
299
The Unity and Spread of Things
300
The Plurivocal Presencing of Things
307

Metaxological Metaphysics and BornAgain Perplexity
33
The Others of MetaphysicsArt Religion and Science
38
Metaphysical Thinking and Being Between
44
Being and Univocity
47
Ontological and Logical Univocity
50
Cartesian Univocity
58
PostCartesian and Transcendental Univocity
62
Univocity and the Universal Mechanism
70
The SelfDeconstruction of the Mechanism of Univocity
73
Beyond Univocity
80
Being and Equivocity
85
The Indispensability of the Equivocal
87
Equivocity and the Aesthetics of Being
89
The Mathesis of Nature The Poiesis of Naturing
95
On the Orchid
103
The Human Being
106
Equivocators on the Equivocal
116
Equivocity and Incommensurability
123
Being Dialectic
131
Dialectic and the Philosophical Tradition
133
Dialectic and Beings
142
Dialectic and Human Being
151
Dialectic and the Happening of the Between
161
Hegelian Dialectic Being and the Between
167
Being and the Metaxological
177
The Metaxological and the Play of Indeterminacy and Determination
178
Beings and the Show of ExcessSingularity and the That It Is
182
Excess Mindfulness and the Human Being
187
The Metaxological and the Community of Beings
194
The Metaxological and the Happening of the Between
200
The Way of TranscendenceFrom Metaphor to Hyperbole
207
Origin
225
Mindfulness Transcendence and Finitude
228
Univocity Origin and the One
232
Antinomy Origin and the One
236
The Dialectical One The Erotic Origin
242
The Exceeding One The Agapeic Origin
251
What Then?
265
Overdetermined PresencingThe Intimacy of the Proper
312
Things and Community
318
Intelligibilities
331
The Possibilizing of Possibility
335
Drawing a LineIntelligibility and Univocity
342
Intelligibility and the Challenge of Equivocityon Contradiction Sufficient Reason Causality
350
Intelligibility and Dialectic
361
Intelligibility and the Metaxological
367
Selves
377
The Idiot Self and Univocity
379
Aesthetic Selving and Equivocity
384
Desire Imagination Memory
389
Erotic Selving and Dialectic
395
Agapeic Selving and the Metaxological
406
Communities
417
Nature and Community
418
SelfRelating Sociability and Communicative Doubling
426
The Community of Distracted Desire
434
The Community of Erotic Sovereignty
438
The Community of Agapeic Service
448
Transformed Relations and Agapeic Participation
454
Being True
463
Truth Correspondence and Univocity
466
Truth Equivocity and Skepticism
475
Truth Coherence and Power
482
Truthfulness and the Agapeic Service of Transcendence
493
Truthfulness and the Excess of the Origin
498
Being Good
505
Ontological Goodness and Nihilism
507
Evil and the Equivocity of the Good
514
Dialectic and the Good
522
Beyond the Dialectic of the Good
527
Good beyond Good and Evil
531
The Agape of the Good
535
Service of the Good Beyond Nihilism
540
Index
547
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William Desmond is Professor of Philosophy, and Director of the International Program in Philosophy, in the Higher Institute of Philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Louvain), Belgium. He is the author of Art and the Absolute: A Study of Hegel's Aesthetics; Philosophy and Its Others: Ways of Being and Mind; Beyond Hegel and Dialectic: Speculation, Cult, and Comedy (all published by SUNY Press); and Desire, Dialectic and Otherness. He is the editor of Hegel and His Critics, also published by SUNY Press. He is a past President of the Hegel Society of America and is currently President of the Metaphysical Society of America. He is general editor of the SUNY series in Hegelian Studies.

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