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What can we learn from a philosophy of nature today? — Karen Ng

In 1987, the GFPJ published a translation of Hegel’s Philosophical Dissertation on the Orbits of Planets, which he defended in Jena on his 31st birthday.* Still under the heavy influence of Schelling, this strange document represents Hegel’s earliest attempt to present a philosophy of nature. The very notion of a Naturphilosophie, which emerged at the […]

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Thoughts on the Future of Marxism, Andrew Levine

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Andrew Levine, “Thoughts on the Future of Marxism,” in “Marxism and Contemporary Philosophy,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 14:1 (1991), pp. 61–75.

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The Political Philosophy of Nature: A Preface to Goethe’s Human Sciences, by David Lawrence Levine

Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. David Lawrence Levine, “The Political Philosophy of Nature: A Preface to Goethe’s Human Sciences,” in “Essays in Honor of Richard Kennington,” special issue, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 11:2 (1986), pp. 163–78.

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REVIEW—Norman Levine’s The Hegelian Foundations of Marx’s Method, vol. 1 of Divergent Paths: Hegel in Marxism and Engelsism

Jonathan Pickle reviews Norman Levine’s The Hegelian Foundations of Marx’s Method, vol. 1 of Divergent Paths: Hegel in Marxism and Engelsism, published by Lexington Books (2006). Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Jonathan Pickle, review of The Hegelian Foundations of Marx’s Method, vol. 1 of Divergent Paths: Hegel in Marxism and Engelsism, by Norman Levine, Graduate Faculty […]

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REVIEW ESSAY—Renaud Barbaras’ Desire and Distance: Introduction to a Phenomenology of Perception, by Steven Levine

Steven Levine reviews Renaud Barbaras’ Desire and Distance: Introduction to a Phenomenology of Perception, published by Stanford University Press (2005). Article available through Philosophy Documentation Center, here. Steven Levine, review of Desire and Distance: Introduction to a Phenomenology of Perception, by Renaud Barbaras, Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 30:2 (2009), pp. 421–34.

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