[ A ]

 

Hans Lenk

ABOUT THE CONCEPT OF «GRASPING»
IN SOME TRADITIONAL PHILOSOPHERS

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 407-412)

 

Gábor Ferge

ABOUT THIS DOUBLE VOLUME

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 839-845)

 

Zoltán Endreffy

ABOUT THIS ISSUE

VOL. I (1991), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 307-308)

 

Gábor Ferge

ABOUT THIS ISSUE

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 643-647)

 

Frank Schalow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
UNIVERSITY NEW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

ACCESSING HEIDEGGER'S THOUGHT THROUGH A NEW APPROACH
TO TRANSLATION: A REVIEW OF PARVIS EMAD'S »ON THE WAY
TO HEIDEGGER'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO PHILOSOPHY«

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 301)

 

Clifford G. Lee

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA

ΑΚΡΑΣΙΑ AND THE PHILOSOPHER

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 289)

 

Kelsey Wood

ΑΛΗΘΕΙΑ AS CONTRAST OF BEING WITH BEING

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 223-232)

 

John-Michael Kuczynski

THE ANALOGUE-DIGITAL DISTINCTION AND
THE COGENCY OF KANT'S TRANSCENDENTAL ARGUMENTS

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 279-320)

 

Andre Archie

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY, FORT COLLINS, COLORADO

THE ANATOMY OF THREE THOUGHT EXPERIMENTS IN PLATO

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 275)

 

Kevin A. Aho

ANIMALITY REVISITED: THE QUESTION OF LIFE
IN HEIDEGGER'S EARLY FREIBURG LECTURES

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 379-392)

 

George Kovacs

THE ANTINOMY OF FAITH AND PHILOSOPHY IN HEIDEGGER

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 199-212)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

PSALMS, HEIDEGGER,
THE «NEW HERMENEUTIC,» AND BEYOND

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 245 - 266

 

Bernhard Radloff

ΑΡΕΤΗ AND THE METAPHYSICS OF VIRTUE

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 451-470)

 

John-Michael Kuczynski

ARE WE COMPUTERS? A WITTGENSTEINIAN APPROACH

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 219-238)

 

John van Buren

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK

ARISTOTLE LUTHER HEIDEGGER
TRAVELLING A FORGOTTEN PATH OF
THOUGHT

/ VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 257 - 274

 

Filip Grgiç

ARISTOTLE ON KNOWLEDGE AND ΑΚΡΑΣΙΑ

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 209-218)

 

Manuel Cruz Ortiz de Landázuri

DEPARTAMENTO DE FILOSOFÍA,
UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA, ESPAÑA (SPAIN)

ARISTOTLE
ON PLEASURE AND APPEARANCE

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 53-62)

 

László Vekerdi

ÁRPÁD SZABÓ - GÁBOR FERGE: INTRODUCTION INTO PHILOSOPHY

[Review]

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 631-632)

 

László Vekerdi

ÁRPÁD SZABÓ, HUNGARIAN CULTURE, LITERATURE AND PHILOSOPHY

[Review] Árpád SZABÓ: Hungarian culture, literature and philospohy.
A reading book for the studies in literature and philosophy.
[Magyarság, irodalom és filozófia. Olvasókönyv a filozófia és az irodalom tanulásához.]
Budapest: Societas Philosophia Classica 1994, pp.246

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 373-377)

 

Miles Groth

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY, WAGNER COLLEGE
STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK

ART AND EMPTINESS
HEIDEGGER AND CHILLIDA
ON SPACE AND PLACE

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 319 - 346

 

Krzysztof Ziarek

ART AS FORCEWORK

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 355-371)

 

Walter B. Gulick

ART, IDENTITY, AND REDEMPTION
IN NIETZSCHE'S PHILOSOPHICAL DEVELOPMENT

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 175-189)

 

Nicholas Davey

ART'S ENIGMA: ADORNO AND ISER ON INTERPRETATION

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 155-168)

 

Hans Lenk

ASPECTS OF A TECHNOLOGY-ORIENTED PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 295-302)

 

Gail Stenstad

AUSEINANDERSETZUNG IN THE THINKING OF BE-ING

VOL. X (2000), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 1-10)

 

 

[ B ]

 

Frank Schalow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

BEING-HISTORICAL THINKING AND THE THIRD «CRITIQUE»:

ANOTHER CHAPTER IN HEIDEGGER'S DIALOGUE WITH KANT

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 221-240)

 

Frank Shallow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

BETWEEN LAW AND LAWLESSNESS
ON THE CUSP OF HEIDEGGER'S
BEING-HISTORICAL THINKING

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 387 - 409

 

Mohamoud Khatami

BODY-CONSCIOUSNESS A PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 17-26)

 

Balázs Mezei

THE BRENTANO-SCHOOL AND HUNGARIAN PHILOSOPHY
AN ANALYTIC REVIEW OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
IN BUDAPEST ON BRENTANO (April 1-3 1993)

A BRENTANO-ISKOLA ÉS A MAGYAR GONDOLKODÁS
A BUDAPESTI NEMZETKÖZI BRENTANO-KONFERENCIA ELEMZŐ ISMERTETÉSE (1993. április 1-3.)
[In Hungarian]

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 647-657)

 

Frans T. van Peperstraten

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, FACULTY HUMANITIES,
UNIVERSITEIT VAN TILBURG, TILBURG, NETHERLANDS

BRINGING OUR ESSENCE TO STAND. HEIDEGGER ON DIE GESTALT

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 93)

 

Jacob Golomb

BUBER'S «I AND THOU» VIS-À-VIS NIETZSCHE AND KIERKEGAARD

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 413-427)

 

 

[ C ]

 

Man-to Tang

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
THE CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG
SHATIN, HKSAR

CAN WE MAKE SENSE
OF KANT'S SCHEMATISM?

HEIDEGGEREAN INTERPRETATION OF KANT'S PROJECT

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 95-109)

 

Hyeyoung Kim

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
FREE UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN

CARE AND HISTORY
A PHENOMENOLOGY OF DASEIN IN THE FRAMEWORK
OF MARTIN HEIDEGGER'S «BEING AND TIME»

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 57-6)8

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

CARING RESTRAINT
AND POETIC THINKING
IN T.S. ELIOT AND
IN HEIDEGGER

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 65 - 88

 

Thomas F. Morris

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY WASHINGTON DC

CEPHALUS IN PLATO’S «REPUBLIC»

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 215)

 

András Lánczi

INSTITUTE OF POLITICAL SCIENCE, AND PHILOSOPHY, FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
CORVINUS UNIVERSITY, BUDAPEST

«CERTAINLY NOT ΠΙΣΤΙΣ…»

CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN STRAUSS AND VOEGELIN [1934-1964]

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 133 - 146)

 

Árpád Szabó

CICERO AND THE SOMNIUM SCIPIONIS

VOL. V (1995), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 47-57)

 

Tracy Colony

«CIRCULUS VITIOSUS DEUS» TIME AND
THE QUESTION OF GOD IN HEIDEGGER´S «NIETZSCHE»

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 77-90)

 

András Kecskés

A COGITATIVE POET IN THE CLEARING OF UNCONCEALMENT

[Review] Martin HEIDEGGER: Költemények. A gondolkodás tapasztalatából.
(Dichtungen. Aus der Erfahrung des Denkens, 1910-1976.)
(Poems. From the Experience of Thinking, 1910-1976.)
In German and Hungarian.
Translated by Dezső Keresztury. Selected, edited and postscript written by Gábor Ferge.
Societas Philosophia Classica, Budapest, 1995, / 244 + 209 pp.

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 393-403)

 

Thomas F. Morris

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, WASHINGTON DC

COMPETING PRINCIPLES IN DETERMINING
THE CONTENT OF STORIES IN PLATO’S «REPUBLIC»

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 3 - 4225)

 

Agne Budriunaite

THE CONCEPT OF NOTHINGNESS IN BUDDHISM,
EXISTENTIALISM AND CHRISTIANITY

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 119-127)

 

Mélanie Walton

DUQUESNE UNIVERSITY, PITTBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA

CONFESSION AS TESTIMONY OF EXISTENCE:
REASON AND MYTH IN AUGUSTINE AND HEIDEGGER

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 3 - 4309)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

CONRAD FERDINAND MEYER
AS ONE OF HEIDEGGER'S POETS, WITH SOME REFLEXION
ON WHITEHEADIAN POETICS

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 314 - 330

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, FACULTY OF ARTS,
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA, OTTAWA, CANADA

THE CONTENTION OF TRUTH
AND THE INCEPTION OF «MODERN TRAGEDY»

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 45)

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, FACULTY OF ARTS
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

CONTRA ANTIPHON THE SOPHIST:
ARISTOTLE, HEIDEGGER AND THE PLANETARY ORDER

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 283-322

 

Gabriel R. Ricci

HUMANITIES & HISTORY DEPARTMENT
ELISABETHTOWN COLLEGE,
ELISABETHTOWN, PENNSILVANIA

THE CONTROVERSIAL SONDERWEG THESIS

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 175 - 182

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

THE COSMOS HAS AN INSIDE

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 465 - 480

 

Balázs M. Mezei

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY, FACULTY OF HUMANITIES,
PÁZMÁNY PÉTER CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, PILISCSABA, HUNGARY

THE CRISIS OF UNIVERSITY AND THE ROLE
OF CATHOLIC HIGHER EDUCATION

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 1 - 2135)

 

George Kovacs

THE CULTURAL CONDITIONING OF PHILOSOPHY IN EDITH STEIN

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 265-272)

 

Wilhelm S. Wurzel

CULTURE CLOWNS: ON A TOUR WITH NIETZSCHE AND HEIDEGGER

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 267-276)

 

 

[ D ]

 

Daniel H. Arioli

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS
IRVING, TEXAS

DEATH AND UNTIMELINESS
OF PHILOSOPHY

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 325 - 346

 

Frank Schalow

DECISION, DILEMMA, AND DISPOSITION:
THE INCARNATEDNESS OF ETHICAL ACTION
(HEIDEGGER AND ETHICS)

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 241-251)

 

Giorgio Baruchello

DELEUZE'S HUMOR

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 445-470)

 

James R. Watson

DEVELOPING PHILOSOPHY´S LATENT IMAGE

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 197-206)

 

Sándor Csoóri

«DID THE WORLD ADVANCE BECAUSE OF BOOKS!»
(IN MEMORIAM TIBOR SZÁNTÓ)

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 477-479)

 

James R. Watson

DIE GEGNET AND NON-CAUSAL MODES
OF DESCRIPTION IN QUANTUM MECHANICS

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 13-25)

 

William Koch

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA
TAMPA, FLORIDA

DISCOURSES OF EXCESS AND THE EXCESS OF DISCOURSE
ON GEORGE BATAILLE'S LASTING INFLUENCE
UPON FOUCAULT

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 101 - 118

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES,
UNIV. OF DALLAS, TEXAS

ΔΟΞΑ AND ΕΡΩΣ, SPEECH AND WRITING,
WITH SPECIAL ATTENTION TO PLATO’S «SYMPOSIUM»

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 247)

 

 

[ E ]

 

István M. Fehér

THE EARLY HEIDEGGER PHENOMENOLOGY, HERMENEUTICS,
LEBENSPHILOSOPHIE ON HIS WAY TO BEING AND TIME:
THE CONFRONTATION WITH HUSSERL, DILTHEY, AND JASPERS

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 69-96)

 

Gábor Ferge

THE EARLY HEIDEGGER'S GREEK THINKING.
COMMENTS ON THE GREEK THOUGHTS
OF HEIDEGGER'S ARISTOTLE-INTRODUCTION

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 163-272)

 

Hermann Heidegger

THE ECONOMIC HISTORIAN AND THE TRUTH.
INDISPENSABLE REMARKS ON THE WRITINGS
OF HUGO OTT ON MARTIN HEIDEGGER

VOL. IX (1999), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 245-247 )

 

Theodorus Christiaan Wouter Oudemans

ECHOES FROM THE ABYSS? PHILOSOPHY AND »GEOPOLITICS«
IN HEIDEGGER'S BEITRÄGE AND BESINNUNG

VOL. X (2000), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 69-88)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

EDGAR ALLEN POE'S
«THE RAVEN»

A HEIDEGGERIAN — WHITEHEADIAN TAKE

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 53-76)

 

Dimitar Roszenov Ruszev

EDMUND HUSSERL IN HUNGARIAN LITERATURE
(BIBLIOGRAPHY FROM 1925 TO 2000)

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 219-240)

 

Robert Makus

EDUCATION IN THE GRIP OF TECHNOLOGICAL THINKING:
AN ANALOGICAL HERMENEUTIC OF HEIDEGGER'S
«QUESTIONS CONCERNING TECHNOLOGY»

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 315-321)

 

Gábor Ferge

EMENDATIONS TO THE REINTERPRETATION OF ARISTOTLE'S
IDEA OF ΤΟ ΤΙ ΗΝ ΕΙΝΑΙ

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 97-155)

 

Veronique M. Fóti

EMPTY TRANSPORT AND SHEER TIME:
ON HÖLDERLIN'S PHILOSOPHY OF TRAGEDY

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 185-196)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

ENTHINKING, LANGUAGE AND POETICS:

HEIDEGGER'S «CONTRIBUTIONS TO PHILOSOPHY»

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 245-268)

 

Norman J. Fischer

DEPARTMENT OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY,
CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY

ΕΠΙΕΙΚΕΙΑ, ΠΟΙΗΣΙΣ, ΜΙΜΗΣΙΣ, ΤΡΑΓΩΙΔΙΑ, ΕΡΩΣ

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 201)

 

Richard Capobianco

DAS EREIGNIS: (ONLY) ANOTHER NAME FOR BEING ITSELF

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 341-352)

 

Tracy Colony

ETERNAL PHENOMENA THE QUESTION OF CONTEMPLATION
IN NIETZSCHE´S «THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY»

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 303-319)

 

 

[ F ]

 

Eric Sean Nelson

FAITH AND KNOWLEDGE
KARL JASPERS ON COMMUNICATION AND THE ENCOMPASSING

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 207-218)

 

Tamás Nyíri

THE FATE OF BEING FROM THOMAS AQUINAS TO HEIDEGGER

VOL. I (1991), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 77 - 80)

 

Richard Capobianco

THE FATE OF BEING IN HEIDEGGER'S «FOUR SEMINARS» 1966-1973

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 161-183)

 

Antal Fischer

FIVE DIALOGS ABOUT ETHICS

[1944/45]

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 287-310)

 

Sandro Gorgone

DIPARTIMENTO DI CIVILTÀ ANTICHE E MODERNE
UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI MESSINA

A FOREIGN GOD
HEIDEGGER'S OVERCOMING OF METAPHYSICS
AS ΦΙΛΟΞΕΝΙΑ

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 147-160

 

András Karácsony

FORGOTTEN MEMORY

VOL. IX (1999), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 47-54)

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA, CANADA

A FORMAL INDICATION OF HISTORICITY:
HEIDEGGER’S PHENOMENOLOGICAL EXPLICATION OF ST PAUL

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 189)

 

Bernhard Radloff

FOUCAULT'S GENEALOGY OF MODERNITY
AND THE LOGIC OF ERLEBNIS

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 273-293)

 

István M. Fehér

FRAGMENTS IN MEMORY OF TAMÁS NYÍRI

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 635-640)

 

Joachin Trujillo

HELLAS INVESTMENT GROUP
TUSCON, ARIZONA
AND KASTELLA,
PIRAEUS, GREECE

FRANKL'S HERMENEUTICS

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 187 - 220

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES,
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS

FREEDOM AND RIGHTS IN HEGEL

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 233)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE:
POETRY, POETICS, AND PERSONAL VOCATION

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 188 - 203)

 

Dimitri Ginev

CENTER FOR CULTUROLOGY
ST. KLIMENT «OHRIDRSKI» UNIVERSITY, SOFIA.
BULGARIA

FROM EXISTENTIAL SPATIALITY TO THE METRIC
SCIENCE OF SPACE

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 179 - 198

 

Ildikó Veres

FROM KANT TO HERMENEUTICS AND DIALECTIC THEOLOGY
A POSSIBLE WAY OF PHILOSOPHICAL-THEOLOGICAL QUEST
IN MID-EASTERN EUROPE: SÁNDOR TAVASZY

VOL. VIII (1998), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 205-213)

 

Louis N. Sandowsky

FROM SPACE AND TIME TO THE SPACING OF TEMPORAL ARTICULATION

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 65-101)

 

Robert E. Wood

THE FUGAL LINES OF HEIDEGGER'S BEITRÄGE

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 253-266)

 

Robert E. Doud

FUSING THE HORIZONS BETWEEN WHITEHEAD AND GADAMER

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 249-263)

 

 

[ G ]

 

Joel Weinsheimer

GADAMER'S INTERNATIONALISM

VOL. IX (1999), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 31-35)

 

Thomas Sheehan

GESCHICHTLICHKEIT / EREIGNIS / KEHRE

[IN ENGLISH]

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 241-251)

 

Thomas Sheehan

DAS GEWESEN

[IN ENGLISH]

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 1-17)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

GROWNING WITH GOD IN DARKNESS:
THE MONASTIC AND PROCESS SENSIBILITY
OF RAINER MARIA RILKE

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 352 - 374

 

 

[ H ]

 

Gábor Ferge

HABENT SUA FATA LIBELLI
CONGRATULATIONS TO MR. TIBOR SZÁNTÓ

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 119-155)

 

Thomas F. Morris

DEPARTMENT OF ART, MUSIC AND PHILOSOPHY
PRINCE GEORGE'S COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LARGO, MD

HAMLET AT THE MOMENT
BETWEEN NIETZSCHE'S PATHOS OF DISTANCE
AND NIETZSCHE'S MORE MYSTERIOUS PATHOS

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 323-419

 

Alon Segev

PHILOSOPHISCHES SEMINAR,
UNIVERSITÄT HEIDELBERG

HEGEL AND GADAMER ON ART EXPERIENCE
AND SYSTEMATIC PHILOSOPHY

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 219)

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES,
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

HEGELIAN REASON AS/IN CONTEXT:
POLITICAL AND ONTOLOGICAL

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 261)

 

Josh Michael Hayes

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY, SANCTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA

HEIDEGGER AND ARISTOTLE

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 473)

 

Jon Charles Miller

HEIDEGGER AND HERACLITUS:
FIRE-WALKING DOWN A COUNTRY PATH

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 185-193)

 

Gábor Ferge

HEIDEGGER AND HOMER.
THE FIRST APPROACH OF THE THIRD STEP:
BECOMING TEMPORAL TOGETHER WITH THE GODS

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 143-154)

 

Gábor Ferge

HEIDEGGER AND HOMER.
THE FIRST STEP:
ΕΦΗΜΕΡΟΣ ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΣ

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 55-65)

 

Gábor Ferge

HEIDEGGER AND HOMER.
THE LAST STEP:
THE TIME CIRCLE

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 275-294)

 

Gábor Ferge

HEIDEGGER AND HOMER.
THE SECOND APPROACH OF THE THIRD STEP:
TIME IN AN EPIC FORMULA

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 429-443)

 

Gábor Ferge

HEIDEGGER AND HOMER.
THE SECOND STEP:
THE ΛΟΓΟΣ OF THE GOLDEN AGE

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 297-313)

 

Frank Schalow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

HEIDEGGER AND KANT
CONVERSATION: THE SEARCH FOR
A HERMENEUTIC GUIDELINE

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 337 - 348)

 

László Boda

HEIDEGGER AND PILINSZKY

VOL. VIII (1998), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 121-136)

 

Luis N. Sandowsky

HEIDEGGER AND THE CONCEPT OF TIME
THE TURN[S] OF A RADICAL ΕΠΟΧ[Η]

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 213-230)

 

Richard Capobianco

PHILOSOPHY DEPERTMENT, STONEHILL COLLEGE
NORTH EASTON, MASSACHUSETTS

HEIDEGGER
AND THE «GREEK EXPERIENCE»
OF NATURE-ΦΥΣΙΣ-BEING

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 177-186)

 

Eric Sean Nelson

HEIDEGGER AND THE HERMENEUTICS OF FACTICITY

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 323-333)

 

Frank Schalow

HEIDEGGER AND THE HIDDEN TASK OF KANT'S SCHEMATISM

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 425-436)

 

Bernhard Radloff

HEIDEGGER AND THE QUESTION OF RHETORIC

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 437-456)

 

Gábor Ferge

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
FACULTY OF LAW LORÁND EÖTVÖS STATE UNIVERSITY BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

HEIDEGGER IN KNOSSOS. THE TRACKS OF THE FLOWN GODS
[FIRST CHAPTER OF THE FIRST PART]

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 181)

 

László Boda

HEIDEGGER: IS HE A POET?

Martin HEIDEGGER: Költemények. A gondolkodás tapasztalatából.
(Dichtungen. Aus der Erfahrung des Denkens, 1910-1976.)
(Poems. From the Experience of Thinking, 1910-1976.)
In German and Hungarian.
Translated by Dezsõ Keresztury. Selected, edited and postscript written by Gábor Ferge.
Societas Philosophia Classica, Budapest, 1995, 244 + 209 pp.
[Review]

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 405-411)

 

Jacob Golomb

HEIDEGGER ON AUTHENTICITY AND DEATH

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 457-472)

 

Richard Capobianco

HEIDEGGER ON HÖLDERLIN ON «NATURE'S GLEAMING»

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 15-23)

 

Mark Basil Tanzer

HEIDEGGER ON THE ORIGIN OF THE POLITICAL

VOL. X (2000), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 29-40)

 

Joshua Rayman

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA,
TAMPA, FLORIDA

HEIDEGGER ON TRUTH

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 1 - 2, (pp. 89 - 110)

 

Richard Capobianco

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT,
STONEHILL COLLEGE, NORTH EASTON, MASSACHUSETTS

HEIDEGGER, PLATO’S LIGHT,
AND THE PHENOMENON OF THE CLEARING

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 161)

 

Virginia Lyle Jennings

HEIDEGGER, RILKE,
AND THE ATTUNEMENT OF HUMAN AND NATURAL HISTORY

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 269-282)

 

Wlodzimierz J. Korab-Karpowicz

HEIDEGGER, THE PRESOCRATICS, AND THE HISTORY OF BEING

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 491-502)

 

Adam Scarfe

HEIDEGGER WITH WHITEHEAD
ON TEMPORALITY AND TRANSCENDENCE

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 53-64)

 

R. Raj Singh

HEIDEGGER, WORLD AND GROUND

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 393-404)

 

Georgio Baruchello

HEIDEGGERIAN APHORISMS

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 471-472)

 

Wlodzimierz J. Korab-Karpowicz

HEIDEGGER'S ANAXIMANDER:
TO ΧΡΕΩΝ AND THE HISTORY OF BEING

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 377-405)

 

Bernhard Radloff

HEIDEGGER'S CRITIQUE OF IMPERIAL TRUTH

VOL. X (2000), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 51-68)

 

Frank Schalow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

HEIDEGGER'S CROSSING:
RESPONSIBILITY, TRUTH AND TRANSLATION

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 445-463

 

Richard Capobianco

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT,
STONEHILL COLLEGE, NORTH EASTON, MASSACHUSETTS

HEIDEGGER’S DIE LICHTUNG:
FROM «THE LIGHTING» TO «THE CLEARING»

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 321)

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES,
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

HEIDEGGER'S IN-DER-WELT-SEIN AND
HEGEL'S SITTLICHKEIT

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 255 - 274

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS
TEXAS

HEIDEGGER'S «LETTER ON HUMANISM»

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 347 - 360

 

Thomas Sheehan

HEIDEGGER'S NEW ASPECT ON IN-SEIN,
ZEITLICHKEIT, AND THE GENESIS OF BEING AND TIME

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 19-31)

 

Tom Rockmore

HEIDEGGER'S POLITICS AND FRENCH PHILOSOPHY

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 233-253)

 

Wlodzimierz J. Korab-Karpowicz

HEIDEGGER´S READING OF PARMENIDES:
ON BEING AND THINKING THE SAME

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 27-52)

 

Frank Schalow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

HEIDEGGER'S RELATION TO POLITICS FROM
A BEING-HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 183 - 196

 

Harrison Hall

HEIDEGGER'S RELENTLESS PURSUIT OF BEING

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 335-343)

 

Stuart Dalton

HEIDEGGER'S RETURN TO THE GREEKS:
THREE STORIES ABOUT ORIGINS

VOL. IX (1999), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 37-46)

 

István M. Fehér

HEIDEGGER'S UNDERSTANDING OF THE ATHEISM OF PHILOSOPHY,
THEOLOGY, AND RELIGION ON HIS WAY TO BEING AND TIME

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 33-64)

 

Mason Tattersall

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY,
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, VANCOUVER, CANADA

HERMENEUTICS DURING THE DARK NIGHT OF THE WORLD:
AN EXPLORATION OF THE HERMENEUTIC CORPUS
OF ST. JOHN OF THE CROSS

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 3 - 4 (p. 289)

 

George Kovacs

DEPT. OF PHILOSOPHY,
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIV., MIAMI, FLORIDA

HERMENEUTICS OF THE FAITH-ATTITUDE IN VIKTOR E. FRANKL

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 3 - 4 (p. 193)

 

Parvis Emad

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF HEIDEGGER STUDIES

THE ISSUE OF ANTI-SEMITISM

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 5 - 6, pp. 1-48

 

James M. Magrini

HUMANITIES & SPEECH COMMUNICATION DIVISION,
PHILOSOPHY, COLLEGE OF DUPAGE
GLEN ELLYN, ILLINOIS

HISTORICALITY, TEMPORALITY,
AND THE WORK OF ART

FROM HEIDEGGER'S BEING AND TIME
TO «THE ORIGIN OF THE WORK OF ART»

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. (77 - 94)

 

D. C. Schindler

HOMER'S TRUTH:
THE RISE OF RADIANT FORM

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 161-183)

 

Valentina Surace

FACOLTÀ DI LETTERE E FILOSOFIA
UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI MESSINA

HOMO VIATOR
THE MOVEDNESS OF EXISTENCE
IN THE HEIDEGGERIAN COURSES OF THE 1920'S

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 171-185

 

Shawn Loht

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT, TULANE UNIVERSITY
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

THE HUMAN BODY AND THE PHYSICAL HUMAN ASPECT
IN HERACLITUS

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 315-340

 

Ulrich Hoyer

HUNDERT JAHRE QUANTENTHEORIE

VOL. X (2000), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 227-237 )

 

András Gausz

HUNDRED YEARS OF YIELDING
OR THE CASES OF J. V. AND R. R.
WITH THE GELASSENHEIT

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 365-370)

 

Tibor Tüskés

HUNGARIAN PHILOSOPHY

Árpád SZABÓ: Hungarian culture, literature and philospohy.
A reading book for the studies in literature and philosophy.
[Magyarság, irodalom és filozófia. Olvasókönyv a filozófia és az irodalom tanulásához.]
Budapest: Societas Philosophia Classica 1994, pp.246
[REVIEW]

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 371-372)

 

 

[ I ]

 

George Kovacs

THE IDEA OF HERMENEUTICS IN HEIDEGGER

VOL. X (2000), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 41-50)

 

Gabriel R. Ricci

HUMANITIES & HISTORY DEPARTMENT,
ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

THE IDEOLOGICAL STRUGGLE FOR THE GERMAN SOUL
IN THOMAS MANN'S «MAGIC MOUNTAIN»

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 275 - 295

 

Jacob Golomb

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM
MOUNT SCOPUS

«IF I WERE A TRUE BELIEVER LIKE ABRAHAM - I WOULD MARRY REGINE»

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 1 - 14

 

Dezső Csejtei

THE INFLUENCE OF JOSÉ ORTEGA Y GASSET'S THOUGHT
ON HUNGARIAN SPIRITUAL LIFE (1928-1945)

VOL. I (1991), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 81-89)

 

Parvis Emad

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICHAGO, ILlINOIS
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF HEIDEGGER STUDIES

INTERPRETING HEIDEGGER'S THOUGHT
THROUGH QUESTIONABLE ASSUMPTIONS:
A REVIEW OF »HEIDEGGER'S POSSIBILITY:
LANGUAGE, EMERGENCE-SAYING BE-ING« BY KENNETH MALY

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 293)

 

Charles W. Harvey

INTERSUBJECTIVITY, INTIMACY AND SELFHOOD:
BEING-WITHIN-AND-ALONGSIDE-OTHERS

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 345-353)

 

Árpád Szabó

INTRODUCTION TO PLATO'S PHAEDO THE SOUL AND THE IDEAS

VOL. V (1995), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 15-46)

 

Parvis Emad

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF HEIDEGGER STUDIES

THE ISSUE OF ANTI-SEMITISM

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 5 - 6, pp. 1-48

 

 

[ J ]

 

Daniel Guerrière

JASPERS AND HEIDEGGER: THE MATTER AT ISSUE

VOL. X (2000), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 11-20)

 

Loránt Benedek

JUSTICE AND POST-COMMUNIST TRANSFORMATION
JOHN RAWLS' THEORY WITH THE EYES
OF A POST-COMMUNIST IDEOLOGUE

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 503-520)

 

Gabriel R. Ricci

HISTORY DEPARTMENT & PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT
, ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, PENNSYLVANIA

JUSTICE AND THE LITERARY SOURCES
FOR HEIDEGGER’S CONCEPT OF CARE

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 263)

 

Lóránt Benedek

MA [CANTAB.]
FORMERLY DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, FACULTY OF HUNAITIES
GÁSPÁR KÁROLI REFORMED UNIVERSITY, BUDAPEST

JUSTICE,
DEMOCRACY AND NOZICK'S
MINIMAL STATE

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 161 - 173)

 

 

[ K ]

 

Mahmoud Khatami

KANT AND HUSSERL ON THE TRANSCENDENTAL:
A REVISED ANALYSIS

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 365-376)

 

Erling Skorpen

KANT'S INDIRECT DUTY TO SECURE HAPPINESS

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 255-276)

 

Ulrich Hoyer

KARL POPPER (1902-1994)

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 227-234)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

KEY CONCEPTS IN EVAGRIUS PONTICUS
AND WHITEHEADIAN CONCRESCENCE

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 229 - 244

 

James Crooks

KINDLING LIGHT BOUND TO DEATH:
READING HERACLITUS FRAGMENT 26

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 195-221)

 

 

[ L ]

 

András Karácsony

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT,
FACULTY OF LAW, LORÁND EÖTVÖS UNIVERSITY, BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

LEGAL HERMENEUTICS OF GERMAN JURISPRUDENCE
IN THE EARLY 17TH CENTURY

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 275)

 

Josh Michael Hayes

A LIFE OF TIME AND DESIRE:
REFLECTIONS ON HEIDEGGER'S «DE ANIMA»

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 365-378)

 

Luis M. Augusto

A LITTLE IDEALISM IS IDEALISM ENOUGH
A STUDY ON IDEALISM IN ARISTOTLE'S EPISTEMOLOGY

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 225-234)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

THE LYRIC POETRY OF GOTTFRIED KELLER
IN PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVE:
A HEIDEGGERIAN ELUCIDATION

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 219 - 237)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

ΛΟΓΙΣΜΟΙ
AS BAD THOUGHTS IN EVAGRIUS AND
AS CORRUPTED EXISTENTIALS IN HEIDEGGER

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 214 - 228

 

Mark Balto

ΛΟΓΟΣ AS WILL AND COSMODICY

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 235-242)

 

 

[ M ]

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

MACHINATION
AND THE OCCUPATION
OF GERMANY IN HEIDEGGER'S
«BLACK NOTEBOOKS»

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 411-463

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

MARTIN HEIDEGGER'S POEM,
THE EXPERIENCE OF THINKING,
AS INTERPRETED IN HEIDEGGER'S TERMS

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 204 - 218

 

Gábor Csepregi

UNIVERSITÉ DE SAINT-BONIFACE
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA

MELCHIOR PALÁGYI'S
THEORY OF IMAGINATION AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE
FOR PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 119 - 131

 

Thomas F. Dailey

METAPHORICAL WISDOM:
RICOEURIAN READING OF JOB'S REPENTANCE

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 427-435)

 

Robert E. Doud

MINIMAL EUCHARIST AND MYSTICAL BLUENESS:
READING TRAKL'S POETRY WITH HEIDEGGER AND WHITEHEAD

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 437-450)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

MONASTIC SENSIBILITY
IN THE POETRY OF EDUARD MÖRIKE:
A HEIDEGGERIAN-WHITEHEADIAN PERSPECTIVE

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 331 - 351

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

MONKS AND POETS
IN HEIDEGGER'S PARALELL PERSPECTIVE

RECENT ARTICLES FROM CALIFORNIA

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 213 - 308

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

MÖRIKE'S LAMP STILL SHINES:
HOW IT SEEMS TO HEIDEGGER AND WHITEHEAD

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 227)

 

George Kovacs

DEPARTMET OF PHILOSOPHY,
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY MIAMI, FLORIDA

THE MYSTICAL WAY TO ULTIMATE MEANING
IN MARTIN BUBER'S EXISTENTIAL PHILOSOPHY

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 241 - 253)

 

 

[ N ]

 

Gabriel R. Ricci

HUMANITIES & HISTORY DEPARTMENT,
ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

NATURAL LAW
AND THE RETURN TO THE STATE OF NATURE

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 79 - 99)

 

Gabriel R. Ricci

HUMANITIES & HISTORY DEPARTMENT,
ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

NATURE AND NORM IN THE ANTIQUE LITERARY TRADITION
[PART I]

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 1 - 2 (p. 111)

 

Gabriel R. Ricci

HUMANITIES & HISTORY DEPARTMENT,
ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

NATURE AND NORM IN THE ANTIQUE LITERARY TRADITION
[PART II]

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 3 - 4 (p. 269)

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

NIETZSCHE AND RILKE
IN THE LIGHT OF TRANSLATION
IN BEING-HISTORICAL THINKING

(ESSAY REVIEW)

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 361 - 390)

 

Lóránt Hegedűs

NEO-KANTIAN AND VALUE THEOLOGY IN HUNGARY

VOL. VIII (1998), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 137-204)

 

Parvis Emad

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICHAGO, ILLINOIS,
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF HEIDEGGER STUDIES

A NEW ACCESS TO THE EARLY STAGE OF HEIDEGGER'S THOUGHT
AND QUESTIONS CONCERNING HIS RELATIONSHIP TO CHRISTIANITY

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 303—319)

 

Loránt Benedek

[CANTAB.]
FORMERLY DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, FACULTY OF HUNANITIES
GÁSPÁR KÁROLI REFORMED UNIVERSITY, BUDAPEST

THE NEW HUNGARIAN CONSTITUTION

WHEN, WHY AND HOW TO ADOPT IT

/ VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 1 - 2, (pp. 147 - 177)

 

José Montesinos

NEWTON THE MATHEMATICIAN

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 273-285)

 

András Gausz

NIETZSCHE AND KANT

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 307-329)

 

Parvis Emad

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICHAGO, ILLINOIS,
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF HEIDEGGER STUDIES

NIETZSCHE AND THE CROSSING TO OTHER ONSET OF THINKING
IN LIGHT OF HEIDEGGER'S HERMENEUTIC GUIDELINE

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 161)

 

Mark Balto

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK

NIETZSCHE AS THE LAST METAPHYSICIAN OF THE WEST

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 299)

 

James R. Watson

NIETZSCHE IN THE CRUEL PRIVILEGE OF MALE BEING

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 309-322)

 

Gabriel R. Ricci

HUMANITIES & HISTORY DEPARTMENT,
ELISABETHTOWN COLLEGE
ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

NORM AND NATURE:
THE NATURALISTIC FALLACY
REVISITED

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 279 - 300)

 

 

[ O ]

 

Hans Herbert Kögler

OBJECTIFICATION AND DIALOG:
RORTY AND THE DIFFERENCE
BETWEEN HUMAN AND NATURAL SCIENCES

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 387-405)

 

Harold A. Durfee

ON BEGINNING WITH NOTHING

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 263-278)

 

Jeremy Barris

ON READING AND RE-READING THE HISTORY OF METAPHYSICS:
THE NECESSARY INCONCLUSIVENESS
OF HEIDEGGERIAN INTERPRETATION

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 243-254)

 

Scott M. Campbell

ON SPEAKING THE TRUTH IN THE EARLY HEIDEGGER

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 353-364)

 

Dimitri Ginev

ON THE EXISTENTIAL ANALYTIC OF SCIENCE
AN «AMENDMENT» OF HEIDEGGER´S EXISTENTIAL CONCEPTION
OF SCIENCE

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 261-267)

 

András Karácsony

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
FACULTY OF LAW, LORÁND EÖTVÖS UNIVERSITY, BUDAPEST,HUNGARY

ON THE HISTORY OF MEANING OF THE LAW-CONCEPT

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 147)

 

Niels Öffenberger

ON THE PREHISTORY OF MANY-VALUED LOGIC IN ANTIQUITY

SUPPLEMENT VOL. I (1995) (pp. 1-66 )

 

András Földi

DEPARTMENT OF ROMAN LAW,
FACULTY OF LAW, LORÁND EÖTVÖS UNIVERSITY,
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

ON THE QUESTION OF THE ORIGIN
OF THE CONCEPT OF «AUTHORITY» (AUCTORITAS)

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 1 - 2, (pp. 77 - 88)

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

ONTOTHEOLOGY
AND UNIVERSALISM:
HEIDEGGERIAN REFLECTIONS
ON ALAIN BADIOU'S
POLITICAL THINKING

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 301 - 335)

 

Bernhard Radloff

AN ONTOLOGY OF LIMIT
HEIDEGGER´S RETRIEVAL OF ARISTOTLE,
THE WORK OF ART, AND THE POSSIBILITY OF THE POLITICAL

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 249-274)

 

Dezső Csejtei - Gábor Ferge

OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT An Imperative of Philosophical Revival

VOL I. (1991), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 3 - 9)

 

Dezső Csejtei - Gábor Ferge

OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT An Imperative of Philosophical Revival

VOL I. (1991), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 3 - 9)

 

Harold A. Durfee

THE «OTHER» OF LANGUAGE

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 179-196)

 

Alexander Pigalev

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
VOLGOGRAD STATE UNIVERSITY, VOLGOGRAD, RUSSIA

THE OVERCOMING OF ARISTOTELIANISM
BY THE NOMINALIST MOVEMENT
AS A PREREQUSITE
FOR MODERNITY

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 141 - 185

 

James M. Magrini

HUMANITIES & SPEECH COMMUNICATION DIVISION
PHILOSOPHY, COLLEGE OF DUPAGE
GLEN ELLYN, ILLINOIS

THE OVERMAN
IN HEIDEGGER'S «METAPHYSICAL» READING OF NIETZSCHE:

PORTRAIT OF THE SUPREME LIFE-AFFIRMING ARTIST

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 347-371)

 

 

[ P ]

 

Alexander Pigalev

ΠΑΝ ΠΑΝ ΚΑΙ ΕΚΑΣΤΟΝ ΠΑΝ:
THE SCAFFOLDING OF DUALISTIC SYSTEMS
BEHIND THE SCENES OF EUROPEAN METAPHYSICS

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 1-16)

 

Árpád Szabó

PARMENIDES OF ELEA
A COMPLETE GREEK TEXT OF THE FRAGMENTS
WITH TRANSLATION AND INTRODUCTION

VOL. VIII (1998), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 215-253)

 

Christopher Vasillopulos

THE PASSIONATE EMBRACE ROMANTICISM AND NIETZSCHE

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 255-262)

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH, FACULTY OF ARTS
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

ΠΕΡΙ ΠΟΙΗΤΙΚΗΣ

UNCONCEALMENT AND ORIGINARY TIME

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 275-308)

 

Nader El-Bizri

A PHENOMENOLOGICAL ACCOUNT
OF THE «ONTOLOGICAL PROBLEM OF SPACE»

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 345-364)

 

James M. Magrini

HUMANITIES & SPEECH COMMUNICATION DIVISION,
PHILOSOPHY, COLLEGE OF DUPAGE,
GLEN ELLYN,ILLINOIS

A PHENOMENOLOGICAL VISION
OF SOCRATIC EDUCATION

FACILITATING AN ETHICAL DISPOSITION
AS «CARE FOR THE SOUL» THROUGH
THE PRACTICE OF DIALECTIC

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 89 - 126

 

Robert E. Wood

PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE PERENNIAL TASK OF PHILOSOPHY:
A STUDY OF PLATO AND ARISTOTLE

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 253-263)

 

Hye Young Kim

THE KOREAN STUDIES
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND CULTURAL STUDIES,
AT THE FREE UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN

PHENOMENOLOGY AND TIME
AN ANALYSIS OF TEMPORALITY
IN BERGSON, HUSSERL
AND HEIDEGGER

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 481 - 493

 

James Risser

PHILOSOPHICAL HERMENEUTICS AND THE QUESTION OF COMMUNITY

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 89-100)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

PHILOSOPHY AND / AS POETRY

RECENT ARTICLES FROM CALIFORNIA

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 313 - 413

 

Costica Bradatan

PHILOSOPHY AS PALIMPSEST.
FOR AN IMMEMORIAL WISDOM

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 337-344)

 

John-Michael Kuczynski

PIERCING THE VEIL OF PERCEPTION

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 345-360)

 

Robert E. Wood

PLATO, DESCARTES, HEIDEGGER
AN INQUIRY INTO THE PATHS OF INQUIRY

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 161-178)

 

Szabolcs Ferenczi

PLATO IN HUNGARIAN LITERATURE
BIBLIOGRAPHY FROM 1925 TO 1998

BIBLIOGRÁFIA 1925-TŐL 1998-IG
A MAGYAR VONATKOZÁSÚ PLATÓN-IRODALOMRÓL
[IN ENGLISH AND HUNGARIAN]

VOL. VIII (1998), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 271-317)

 

Thomas F. Morris

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT,
BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY

PLATO IS NOT SERIOUS ABOUT PLATONIC lOVE
IN REPUBLIC 400C-403C

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 183)

 

Vera Albrecht

LAGUARDIA COLLEGE
CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK

PLATO ON CONTENT AND MEANING:
A FREGEAN INTERPRETRATION

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 425-443

 

Thomas F. Morris

PLATO ON LIVING A MEANINGFUL LIFE: «REPUBLIC»

405a1 - 408c4

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 25-51)

 

Thomas F. Morris

DEPARTMENT OF ART, MUSIC AND PHILOSOPHY
PRINCE GEORGE'S COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LARGO, MARYLAND

PLATO ON THE LOVE OF KNOWLEDGE: «REPUBLIC»

410b5-412b1

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 1 - 2, (pp. 111 - 137)

 

Thomas F. Morris

PLATO'S APOLOGY
ON HOW SOCRATES BENEFITS FROM HUMAN WISDOM

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 233-247)

 

Shigeru Yonezawa

DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN STUDIES
THE UNIVERSITY OF KITAKYUSHU, JAPAN

PLATO’S CONCEPT OF TEMPERANCE IN THE CHARMIDES

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 161)

 

Kelsey Wood

PLATO´S «PARMENIDES» PARADOX AS THE WAY OF TRUTH

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 187-197)

 

Kelsey Wood

PLATO'S «THEAETETUS» IMPASSE AND THE WAY OF TRUTH

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 209-224)

 

Joseph K. M. Angert-Quilter

SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY,
ST. PATRICK’S CAMPUS, UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY & AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY

PLEASURE AND PAIN IN PLATO’S «LAWS»

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 135)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

POEM,
POETRY, AND POETICS
IN HEIDEGGER'S PARALELL
PERSPECTIVE

RECENT ARTICLES FROM CALIFORNIA

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 187-277)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

THE POETRY OF THOMAS TRAHERNE
IN HEIDEGGERIAN PERSPECTIVE AND BEYOND / 263 - 281

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 263 - 281)

 

András Karácsony

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY, FACULTY OF LAW
LORÁND EÖTVÖS UNIVERSITY
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

POLITICS
AS STRUGGLE FOR BEING RECOGNISED:

A CONTROVERSY BETWEEN HEIDEGGER AND SCHMITT

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 111-129)

 

Richard Polt

POTENTIALITY, ENERGY AND SWAY:
FROM ARISTOTELIAN TO MODERN TO POSTMODERN PHYSICS?

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 27-41)

 

David Wyatt Aiken

PRAXIS HERMENEUTIKA.
A STUDY IN THE OBSCURING OF THE DIVINE:
MISTS AND CLOUDS IN HOMER'S ILIAD

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 277-296)

 

Szabolcs Ferenczi

THE PREDICTION PARADOX
IN THE LIGHT OF ANCIENT GREEK LOGIC

VOL. IX (1999), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 55-66)

 

David Nichols

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
SAGINAW VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY

THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF TRAGEDY
IN «THE ORIGIN OF THE WORK OF ART»

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 261)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

PSALMS, HEIDEGGER,
THE «NEW HERMENEUTIC,» AND BEYOND

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 245 - 266

 

Parvis Emad & Ivo De Gennaro

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
AND FREE UNIVERSITY OF BOZEN, BOLZANO, ITALY

« PUTTING IN THE SEED » : ‹SAYING AGAIN› OR ‹APPROXIMATING›
AND OTHER QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE INTERLINGUAL TRANSLATION
OF HEIDEGGER’S KEYWORDS

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 3 - 4 (p.161)

 

Alexios A. Petrou & Pavlos E. Michaelides

PYTHAGOREAN FRIENDSHIP AS A WAY OF LIFE

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 103-112)

 

 

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Jeffrey Gordon

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN MARCOS, TEXAS

THE QUESTION OF THE MEANING OF LIFE:
ANSWERABLE OR UNANSWERABLE?

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 1 - 2 (p. 133)

 

Lawrence K. Schmidt

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
HENDRIX COLLEGE, CORNWAY, ARKANSAS

QUESTIONING
HEIDEGGER'S ANALYSIS
OF TECHNOLOGY

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 275 - 287

 

 

[ R ]

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

RAINER MARIA RILKE'S THE LIFE OF THE VIRGIN MARY
IN A PROCESS PHILOSOPHY PERSPECTIVE

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 257 - 277)

 

Charles Sullivan - Robert E. Wood

INSTITUTE PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES,
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

RATIONALITY AND ACTUALITY

HEGEl AND THE PRUSSIAN REFORM MOVEMENT

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 57 - 78)

 

Henry Dyson

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND CLASSICAL STUDIES,
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

READING PLATO ON THE PORCH

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 123)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

READING THE POETRY OF STEFAN GEORGE
WITH WHITEHEAD AND HEIDEGGER

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 373)

 

Robert E. Doud

RECONCILING THE DIFFERENCESi
BETWEEN NIETZSCHE AND WHITEHEAD

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 295-308)

 

Babette Babich

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK

REFLECTIONS ON GREEK BRONZE
AND «THE STATUE OF HUMANITY»:
HEIDEGGER’S AESTHETIC PHENOMENOLOGY
AND NIETZSCHE’S AGONISTIC POLITICS

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 423)

 

Robert E. Wood

REFLECTIONS ON HERACLITUS

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 177-185)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIOUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

REGRESSION AND TRANSFIGURATION: READING THE POETRY
OF GOTTFRIED BENN WITH HEIDEGGER AND WHITEHEAD

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 3 - 4245)

 

Frank Schalow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

REINSCRIBING THE «ΛΟΓΩΣ» IN TRANSCENDENTAL LOGIC:
KANT’S HIGHEST PRINCIPLE OF SYNTHETIC JUDGMENTS REVISITED

VOL. XIX (2009), FASC. 3 - 4205)

 

Jeffrey K. Soleau

RESTORING WONDER THROUGH THE THINKING OF THINGS:
HEIDEGGER'S RESPONSE TO HERACLITUS

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 221-231)

 

Gabriel R. Ricci

HUMANITIES & HISTORY DEPARTMENT,
ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, ELIZABETHTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA

REVIEW ESSAY OF FREEMAN’S «AD 381»

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 145)

 

Szabolcs Ferenczi

REVIEW OF THE HISTORY
OF MODERN HUNGARIAN RESEARCH ON ARISTOTLE
BASED ON THE LITERATURE
PUBLISHED BETWEEN 1925 AND 1992

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 669-703)

 

Szabolcs Ferenczi

REVIEW OF THE HISTORY
OF MODERN HUNGARIAN RESEARCH ON PARMENIDES.
BASED ON THE LITERATURE
PUBLISHED BETWEEN 1925 AND 1995

[IN ENGLISH AND HUNGARIAN]

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 413-437)

 

Thomas F. Morris

DEPARTMENT OF ART, MUSIC, AND PHILOSOPHY
PRINCE GEORGE'S COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LARGO, MARYLAND

THE RIDICULOUS DISCUSSION
OF THE GUARDIANS' DIET IN THE REPUBLIC

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 297 - 312

 

Victor Határ

THE RIGHT TO SANITY

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 463-471)

 

 

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Daniel O. Dahlstrom

S.A.D. SISTERS: CAPUTO'S LAST WOMEN

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 295-305)

 

Adrian Mirvish

SARTRE ON CONSTITUTION: GESTALT THEORY,
INSTRUMENTALITY AND OVERCOMING OF DUALISM

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 407-425)

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTIUTE OF PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

SCHELER AND HEIDEGGER

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 241-261

 

Sergio Toledo Prats

SCHOPENHAUER AND KIERKEGAARD: PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 317-319)

 

John F. Humphrey

DEPARTMENT OF LIBERAL STUDIES,
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY

SELF-INTEREST AND THE COMMON GOOD
IN BOOK I OF HOMER’S «ILIAD»

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 179)

 

Bernhard Radloff

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH,
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA

SELF-OVERPOWERING POWER AND THE REFUSAL OF BEING

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 393)

 

John Sallis

THE SENSE OF TIME

VOL. IX (1999), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 1-10)

 

Richard Capobianco

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT, STONEHILL COLLEGE
NORTH EASTON, MASSACHUSETTS

SENTINELS OF BEING:
HEIDEGGER'S 1943 LECTURE COURSE ON HERACLITUS

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. (65 - 76)

 

Charles E. Scott

SEYN'S PHYSICALITY

VOL. X (2000), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 21-28)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES, PASADENA CITY COLLEGE,
PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

THE SITE OR GROUND OF THE POEM'S ORIGIN
IN SEAMUS HEANEY AND MARTIN HEIDEGGER

VOL. XXII (2012), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 238-256)

 

Theodore Kisiel

SITUATING RHETORICAL POLITICS
IN HEIDEGGER'S PROTOPRACTICAL ONTOLOGY
(1923-1925: THE FRENCH OCCUPY THE RUHR)

VOL. IX (1999), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 11-30)

 

George Kovacs

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY,
MIAMI, FLORIDA

SKEPTICISM AND LOGOS
IN FRANKL AND NIETZSCHE

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 309 - 324

 

Jorge Alfredo Roetti

SOME TOPICS ON INSUFFICIENT REASON

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 295-314)

 

John W. M. Krummel

SPATIALITY IN THE LATER HEIDEGGER:
TURNING-CLEARING-LETTING

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 405-424)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

A STRANGE EXTENDED ORB OF JOY:
A WHITEHEDIAN INTERPRETATION
OF THOMAS TRAHERNE'S POETRY

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 292 - 308

 

Gábor Ferge

THE STYLE OF ARISTOTLE'S METAPHYSICA
IN THE LIGHT OF THE EXPERIENCE GAINED
BY ITS NEW HUNGARIAN TRANSLATION

VOL. V (1995), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 103-126)

 

Wendy C. Hamblet

THE SYMPOSIUM REVISITED:
THE PRESENCE OF LOVE´S ABSENCES

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 361-367)

 

András Karácsony

SYSTEMS THEORY AND PHENOMENOLOGY

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 65-76)

 

 

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Philipp W. Rosemann

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, IRVING, TEXAS

«TELL ME HOW YOU READ,
AND I WILL TELL YOU WHO YOU ARE»
HUMAN SUBJECTIVITY
IN THE DIGITAL AGE

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 127 - 140

 

Wilfred Krause

TEMPTATIVE GALILEAN SYNTHESIS
OF THE OPTICAL DOPPLEREFFECT

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 127-139)

 

Zoltán Gyenge - János T. Vidó

THEMATIC REVIEW OF PHILOSOPHICAL BOOKS AND PERIODICALS
(AUGUSTINUS, THOMAS AQUINAS, HEGEL, SCHELLING, HUSSERL)

VOL. II (1992), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 633-640)

 

Zoltán Gyenge

THEMATIC REVIEW OF PHILOSOPHICAL BOOKS AND PERIODICALS
(PLATO, ARISTOTLES, KANT, NIETZSCHE, HEIDEGGER)

VOL. I (1991), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 299-304)

 

Joanna Jarzebiak

THE THEODICY OF CHRYSIPPUS

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 113-125)

 

Parvis Emad

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
DE PAUL UNIVERSITY, CHICHAGO, ILLINOIS,
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF HEIDEGGER STUDIES

«THINKING» IN THE CROSSING TO,
AND «POETIZING» OUT OF THE OTHER ONSET

PRELIMINARY REFLEXIONS ON HEIDEGGER'S CHARACTERIZATIONS
OF NIETZSCHE AND HÖLDERLIN IN BEITRÄGE

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 217 — 240

 

Richard Capobianco

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT, STONEHILL COLLEGE
NORTH EASTON, MASSACHUSETTS

«THIS ΛΟΓΟΣ IS BEING ITSELF»:
HEIDEGGER'S 1944 LECTURE COURSE ON HERACLITUS

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 3 - 4, (pp. 201 - 212)

 

Ryan Johnson

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, KENT, OHIO

THREE INTERPRETATIONS OF HERMENEUTICS

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 247)

 

Tracy Colony

TIME AND THE WORK OF ART
RECONSIDERATION OF HEIDEGGER'S AUSEINANDERSETZUNG
WITH NIETZSCHE

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 197-208)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIOUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

TO KINDRED ONES: DWELLING POETICALLY
NEAR HÖLDERLIN, HEIDEGGER, AND WHITEHEAD

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 227)

 

Lawrence K. Schmidt

TOLERANCE: FROM A HERMENEUTIC PERSPECTIVE

VOL. VI - VII (1996-97), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 79-87)

 

Bernhard Radloff

THE TOTAL MOBILIZATION OF ART DERRIDA´S DECONSTRUCTION
OF HEIDEGGER´S «THE ORIGIN OF THE WORK OF ART»

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 231-260)

 

Pascal Massie

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
MIAMI UNIVERSITY
OXFORD, OHIO

TOUCHING, THINKING, BEING
THE SENSE OF TOUCH
IN ARISTOTLE'S «DE ANIMA»
AND ITS IMPLICATIONS

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 155 - 174

 

Clifford G. Lee

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY,
TROY STATE UNIVERSITY, TROY, ALABAMA

THE TRAGEDY OF HUMAN ACTION

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 125)

 

Kelsey Wood

TROUBLING PLAY PLATO´S «PARMENIDES» ON OTHERNESS

VOL. XIII (2003), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 239-248)

 

Robert E. Wood

INSTIUTE OF PHILOSOPHIC STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS, TEXAS

TRUE AND FLASE
IN NIETZSCHE'S «ON TRUTH AND LIES…»

VOL. XXV (2015), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 201-213)

 

Thomas F. Morris

THE TRUE STATE IN PLATO'S «REPUBLIC»

VOL. XVI (2006), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 195-208)

 

Thomas F. Morris

A TRULY DIALECTICAL DEVELOPMENT
OF KIERKEGAARD´S STAGES OF EXISTENCE

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 323-336)

 

Tracy Colony

TWILIGHT OF THE ΕΙΔΟΣ:
THE QUESTION OF FORM IN HEIDEGGER'S READING
OF NIETZSCHE'S THOUGHT UPON ART

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 471-476)

 

Frank Schalow

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

THE TWOFOLD IMAGE OF SPACE: HEIDEGGER’S UNWINDING OF THE KANTIAN PREMISE

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 357)

 

 

[ U ]

 

Soble Alan

UNION AND CONCERN

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 299-323)

 

George Kovacs

DEPARTMET OF PHILOSOPHY,
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY MIAMI, FLORIDA

THE UNIQUENESS OF EDITH STEIN'S:
APPROACH TO THE QUESTION OF BEING

VOL. XX (2010), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 241)

 

Kelsey Wood

THE UNITY OF ΛΟΓΟΣ IN PLATO'S PARMENIDES

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 169-183)

 

Alexander Pigalev

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
VOLGOGRAD STATE UNIVERSITY
VOLGOGRAD, RUSSIA

THE UNIVERSAL HARMONY THEORY FROM PYTHAGOREANISM
TO EARLY EUROPEAN SCIENCE AND BEYOND

VOL. XXIV (2014), FASC. 1 - 2, pp. 99-122

 

George Kovacs

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY,
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY, MIAMI, FLORIDA

THE UNTHOUGHT AT THE LIMIT OF HEIDEGGER’S THOUGHT

VOL. XVII (2007), FASC. 5 - 6 (pp. 337)

 

Wendy C. Hamblet

THE USELESSNESS OF PHILOSOPHY

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 307-315)

 

 

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Douglas F. Peduti

PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT, FAIRFELD UNIVERSITY
FAIRFELD, CONNECTICUT

THE VALIDITY OF
HERMENEUTICS AND HEIDEGGER

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 289 - 312

 

Leonard Lawlor

VERENDLICHUNG «FINITIZATION»
THE OVERCOMING OF METAPHYSICS WITH LIFE

VOL. XIV (2004), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 283-294)

 

Philipp W. Rosemann

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY
UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS,
IRVING, TEXAS

VERNACULARITY AND ALIENATION

VOL. XXIII (2013), FASC. 1 - 2, (pp. 139 - 154)

 

Kelsey Wood

VISION'S INVISIBLES

VOL. XV (2005), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 315-317)

 

Bernhard Radloff

VOLK, WORK, AND HISTORICITY
IN HEIDEGGER'S «LOGIK» OF 1943

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 317-344)

 

 

[ W ]

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

WALLACE STEVENS'
SUPREME FICTION
AND
HEIDEGGER'S
LAST GOD

VOL. XXVI (2016), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 347 - 376

 

Don Ihde

WAS HEIDEGGER PRESCIENT CONCERNING TECHNOSCIENCE?

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 373-386)

 

John-Michael Kuczynski

WHAT IS A PROPOSITION?

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 265-279)

 

Giorgio Baruchello

DIPARTIMENTO DI FILOSOFIA,
UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI GENOVA, ITALIA & UNIVERSITY OF AKUREYRI, ICELAND

WHAT IS VALUE? A MEDITATION ON INFLATION
AND THE MEANING OF LIFE

VOL. XVIII (2008), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 315)

 

Joseph D. Lewandowski

WHAT MAKES A FACT SOCIAL?
ON THE EMBEDDEDNESS OF SOCIAL ACTION

VOL. XII (2002), FASC. 3 - 4 (pp. 281-293)

 

László Boda

WHY EXACTLY HÖLDERLIN?
THE EXISTENTIAL ENIGMA OF HEIDEGGER'S CHOICE

VOL. XI (2001), FASC. 1 - 2 (pp. 43-53)

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

WHY NOT UHLAND?
THIS SWABIAN POET WOULD HAVE BEEN
A GOOD CHOICE FOR HEIDEGGER

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 375 - 396

 

 

[ Y ]

 

Robert E. Doud

DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY & RELIGIUS STUDIES,
PASADENA CITY COLLEGE, PASADENA, CALIFORNIA

YANKIER AND YANKIER:
PROCESS POETICS AND POETRY
OF ROBERT FROST

VOL. XXI (2011), FASC. 3 - 4, pp. 397 - 413

 

 

[ Z ]

 

Árpád Szabó

ZENO OF ELEA

VOL. III - IV (1993-94), FASC. 1 - 4 (pp. 1-28)