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The Continental Philosophy Reader is the first complete anthology of classic writings from the major figures in European thought and provides a powerful introduction to one of the 20th century's most influential intellectual movements.
Paperback, 496 pages
Published January 16th 1996 by Routledge (first published December 15th 1995)
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Mattomic
OK, sort of read. I was never well read enough in philosophy to tackle the essays in this book with any but the most marginal sliver of understanding. Now that I've had some grad-level philosophy classes, I could have another go at this. But I think laziness and lack of focus will trump curiosity.
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ÇAĞDAŞ FİLOZOFLARLA SÖYLEŞİLER
JACQUES DERRIDA:
-"ÖTEKİ"nin kimliğini, biricikliğini ve arzusunu kaybetmediği bir uzlaşmaya EVET derim.

-İttifak eden devletlerin farklılıklarına saygı gösterilmesi ve daha seküler yönetim varlığı, EU'nun USA'dan en önemli farklarıdır.

PAUL RICOEUR:
-BÜYÜK HİKAYELER, tedavi edici/pozitif etkiye sahiptir ve insanlara KİMLİK ve AİDİYET hissi verir.

-Önce SARAY, sonra KENT egemenlikleri yaşanmış iken, bugün evrensel pazar konumundaki İNTERNET egemenliği sürmektedir.

-Nürnb
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a relic from my university days, so i can pretend to be smart :)
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Richard Kearney is the Charles Seelig professor of philosophy at Boston College and has taught at many universities including University College Dublin, the Sorbonne, and the University of Nice.

He studied at Glenstal Abbey under the Benedictines until 1972, and was a 1st Class Honours graduate in Philosophy in the Bachelor of Arts graduate class of 1975 in UCD. He completed an M.A. at McGill Unive
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