Kant on Time and Revolution, by Raef Zreik
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Raef Zreik is Associate Professor of Jurisprudence at Ono Academic College, Israel. He is the author of numerous publications touching on political philosophy, including “Theodor Herzl (1860–1904): Sovereignty and the Two Palestines,” in Makers of Jewish Modernity: Thinkers, Artists, Leaders, and the World They Made, ed. Jacques Picard, Jacques Revel, and Michael Steinberg (Princeton University Press, 2016), “When Does a Settler Become a Native? (With Apologies to Mamdani),” Constellations (2016), “A One-State Solution? From a ‘Struggle unto Death’ to ‘Master-Slave’ Dialectics,” in Israel and Palestine: Alternative Perspectives on Statehood, ed. John Ehrenberg and Yoav Peled (Rowman & Littlefield, 2016), “Rights, Respect, and the Political: Notes from a Conflict Zone,” in Living Together: Jacques Derrida’s Communities of Violence and Peace, ed. Elisabeth Weber (Fordham University Press, 2013), and “The Persistence of the Exception: Some Remarks on the Story of Israeli Constitutionalism,” in Thinking Palestine, ed. Ronit Lentin (Zed Books, 2008).
Raef Zreik, “Kant on Time and Revolution,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 39:1 (2018), pp. 197-225.