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Jaap Westbroek, Harry Nijhuis, and Laurent van der Maesen

time was an attractive sociopolitical perspective with which to preserve a particular desired characteristic of society. However, the combination of the two completely different epistemological orientations—accepting the “epistemic fallacy”—implied a

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Does the City of Ends Correspond to a Classless Society?

A New Idea of Democracy in Sartre's Hope Now

Maria Russo

described as completely oriented towards the future, but the ruinous desire to become in-itself-for-itself seems to present itself as a tragic destiny of every human project. This desire is nothing but the fundamental structure of bad faith, which concerns

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Liesbeth Schoonheim

-formation. How are our affective relationships, that determine who we are and how we understand ourselves, pervaded by gendered expectations that shape our desires, while also undermining our affection? How can we write about these relationships – and thus

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Un manuscrit inédit de Durkheim

Physique générale du droit et des mœurs, IVe Année du Cours. 1re Leçon, 2 Décembre 1899, Plan du Cours – Les Sanctions pénales

Émile Durkheim and édité par François Pizarro Noël

occasionnelle. Car l'intention par elle-même ne crée rien. Elle ne peut que nous induire à mettre en œuvre telles ou telles causes dont nous croyons pouvoir attendre le résultat désiré. Mais il arrive sans cesse que les causes produisent des effets tout

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Alfred Betschart

Sartre is anchored not only in labor, as the Marxists understood it, but also in desire ( Notebooks for an Ethics ) and needs (the Critique ). An important source of Sartrean existentialism is Wilhelm Dilthey, one of Hegel's successors in Berlin

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The Wall, the Ban, and the Objectification of Women

Has “Uncle Sam” Learned any Lessons from “Typhoid Mary?”

Amani Othman and William W. Darrow

society. Inequality and exclusion tears at the social fabric, adversely affecting social cohesion and solidarity in communities that desire unity and long for social quality. Ethical principles and moral values are repeatedly being threatened in the

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Human Connection in the Light of the Writings of Karl Marx and Amartya Sen

An Investigation Using Franz Kafka's Metamorphosis and Manik Bandyopadhyay's Ekannoborti

Simantini Mukhopadhyay

observed, somewhat optimistically, that “the social feelings of mankind” were the foundations of utilitarian morality, and that “the desire to be in unity with our fellow creatures” was a “powerful principle in human nature,” which was further cultivated