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From Utopia to Dystopia: A Story of Historical Imagination, by Ágnes Heller

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Ágnes Heller is Professor Emerita of Philosophy at The New School for Social Research. She has contributed widely to the fields of philosophy and history. Included among her many works are, The Time is Out of Joint: Shakespeare as Philosopher of History (Blackwell, 2000); A Theory of Modernity […]

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REVIEW ESSAY—Richard Kearney’s The Wake of Imagination, by Leo Bostar

Leo Bostar reviews Richard Kearney’s The Wake of Imagination: Toward a Postmodern Culture, published by University of Minnesota Press (1988). Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Leo Bostar, review of The Wake of Imagination: Toward a Postmodern Culture, by Richard Kearney, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 13:2 (1990), pp. 241–46.

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Kant’s Productive Imagination and its Alleged Antecedents, by Alfredo Ferrarin

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Alfredo Ferrarin, “Kant’s Productive Imagination and its Alleged Antecedents,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 18:1 (1995), pp. 65–92.

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The Three Logics of Modernity and the Double-Bind of Imagination, by Agnes Heller

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Agnes Heller, “The Three Logics of Modernity and the Double-Bind of Imagination,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 21:2 (1999), pp. 177–93.

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Imagination and Hobbes: Distance, Possibility, and Desire, by Alfredo Ferrarin

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Alfredo Ferrarin, “Imagination and Hobbes: Distance, Possibility, and Desire,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 24:2 (2003), pp. 5–27.

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Democracy, Imagination, Revolution: Marx, Reader of Spinoza, by Vittorio Morfino

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Vittorio Morfino, “Democracy, Imagination, Revolution: Marx, Reader of Spinoza,” Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 34:1 (2013), pp. 179–203.

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