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The ancients and the moderns / edited by Reginald Lilly.

Contributor(s): Lilly, ReginaldMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Studies in Continental thoughtPublication details: Bloomington : Indiana University Press, ©1996. Description: 1 online resource (viii, 326 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0585109125; 9780585109121Subject(s): Political science -- History -- Congresses | Political science -- Philosophy -- History -- Congresses | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Government -- General | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Government -- National | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Reference | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Essays | Political science | Political science -- Philosophy | Politieke filosofie | Political Science | Law, Politics & Government | Political Science HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | History. | Geschiedenis (vorm) | Congressen (vorm) | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ancients and the moderns.DDC classification: 320.1/01 LOC classification: JA81 | .A57 1996ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Introduction : fault lines / Reginald Lilly -- In search of a civic union : the political theme of European democracy and its primordial foundation in Greek philosophy / Manfred Riedel -- The Greek polis and the creation of democracy / Cornelius Castoriadis -- The politics of the chora / John Sallis -- Freedom of choice and the choice of freedom on the path to democracy / Christian Meier -- The modern dilemma of political theory / Rüdiger Bubner -- Paradigm evolution in political philosophy : Aristotle and Hobbes / Manfred Riedel -- Civil prudence in Machiavelli : toward the paradigm transformation in philosophy in the transition to modernity / Klaus Held -- Is the present crisis a specifically modern phenomenon? / Paul Ricoeur -- Remarks on the history of the concept of crisis / Reinhart Koselleck -- Heritage and revolution / Cornelius Castoriadis -- Jacob Burckhardt and Max Weber : two conceptions of the origin of the modern world / Wolfgang Hardtwig -- Nothing and nothing else / Jean-Luc Marion -- Nothingness and the professional thinker : Arendt versus Heidegger / Jacques Taminiaux -- The passion of facticity : Heidegger and the problem of love / Giorgio Agamben -- A medieval model of subjectivity : toward a rediscovery of fleshliness / Rémi Brague -- "The first times" in Rousseau's Essay on the origin of languages / Victor Gourevitch -- In search of the political object : Stoic and aesthetic political philosophy / Frank Ankersmit -- Death and nothingness in literature / Heinrich Mohr -- Postnormative subjectivity / James Mensch.
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Papers originally delivered at the New School for Social Research at the semiannual symposia in honor of Hannah Arendt.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : fault lines / Reginald Lilly -- In search of a civic union : the political theme of European democracy and its primordial foundation in Greek philosophy / Manfred Riedel -- The Greek polis and the creation of democracy / Cornelius Castoriadis -- The politics of the chora / John Sallis -- Freedom of choice and the choice of freedom on the path to democracy / Christian Meier -- The modern dilemma of political theory / Rüdiger Bubner -- Paradigm evolution in political philosophy : Aristotle and Hobbes / Manfred Riedel -- Civil prudence in Machiavelli : toward the paradigm transformation in philosophy in the transition to modernity / Klaus Held -- Is the present crisis a specifically modern phenomenon? / Paul Ricoeur -- Remarks on the history of the concept of crisis / Reinhart Koselleck -- Heritage and revolution / Cornelius Castoriadis -- Jacob Burckhardt and Max Weber : two conceptions of the origin of the modern world / Wolfgang Hardtwig -- Nothing and nothing else / Jean-Luc Marion -- Nothingness and the professional thinker : Arendt versus Heidegger / Jacques Taminiaux -- The passion of facticity : Heidegger and the problem of love / Giorgio Agamben -- A medieval model of subjectivity : toward a rediscovery of fleshliness / Rémi Brague -- "The first times" in Rousseau's Essay on the origin of languages / Victor Gourevitch -- In search of the political object : Stoic and aesthetic political philosophy / Frank Ankersmit -- Death and nothingness in literature / Heinrich Mohr -- Postnormative subjectivity / James Mensch.

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