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Eros and Irony: A Prelude to Philosophical Anarchism

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God's test of Abraham's faith involved highly questionable demands which, ...
They were not, however, in any meaningful sense moral. The irony is ...
Paperback, 271 pages
Published by State University of New York Press (first published August 1982)
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I frankly expected a more from this work, which had little to contribute to an anarchist ontology. Hall essentially reiterates the anti-foundational critique of theoretical objectivity prevalent in Western philosophy since the 1960s, although he eschews the slide into postmodern relativism, falling in with the same camp as thinkers like Ricoeur, Gadamer, MacIntyre, and Verene, who emphasize the emotive dimension of nous and the metaphoric dimension of logos. Hall's main influences are American p ...more
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