The Handbook of Cross-Border Ethnic and Religious Affinities
This unique resource provides a detailed account of cross-border ethnic and religious affinities that will serve both qualitative and quantitative researchers. For ease of use, it is divided in sections for each region of world, with the entries organized by pairs of contiguous countries.
Offering new insights into Heidegger’s thought based on recently published texts, Richard Polt, one of the most respected contemporary commentators on Heidegger, presents a critical perspective that draws creatively on Heidegger’s thinking and makes original proposals for understanding human existence.
This concise yet thorough summary of 20th century continental thought explores research questions that are relevant to contemporary developments in the fields of continental philosophy and political theology, wrestling with the implications of entering a post-secular epoch in both fields.
Democracy, Constitutionalism and Citizenship in the EU
by Richard Bellamy, Dario Castiglione
Collecting articles written over the course of this period is not just meant as the testimony of an intellectual journey, but also a way of tracing such a journey in retrospect and mapping the important moments of the intellectual and scholarly debates that have contributed to shaping both our understanding and our expectations of the EU’s possible futures.
This volume represents the first over-arching assessment of perversion as a philosophical category, offering a comparative analysis of Deleuze, Agamben and Lacan’s readings of the relationship between perversion, ontology and politics.