XIII. Philosophy

140. Philosophy

3076. Allen, Jeffner. Lesbian philosophy : explorations . Palo Alto, Calif. : Institute of Lesbian Studies, 1986. 119 p.

Gen HQ75.5 .A45 1986.


3076.2 Bozovic, Miran. An utterly dark spot gaze and body in early modern philosophy. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, c2000. ix, 139 p. (The body, in theory).

1. The God of the Transvestites -- 2. A Brief History of Insects -- 3. Before the First Sight -- 4. The Rebellion of the Body -- 5. Occasionalism and Madness -- 6. An Utterly Dark Spot.

Gen B105.B64 B69 2000.

Body, Human (Philosophy).

3077. García Dúttmann, Alexander. Between cultures : tensions in the struggle for recognition. London New York: Verso, 2000. x, 245 p.

Diagnosis and thought -- Between cultures. Cultural trash -- The culture of quotation. What does recognition mean? -- Between cultures. Hyphens -- The culture of polemic. We're queer, we're here, so get fuckin' used to it -- Between cultures. Aids -- The culture of criticism. Recognition as presupposition and result -- Between cultures. Plan of life: self-extinguishment -- The culture of interpretation. Struggling for recognition -- Irony and rescue -- App. selfhood. Notes on autonomy and recognition -- Not always being good. Appendix to the English translation.

Gen B791 .D87 2000.

Philosophy, Modern.

3078. Seidel, George J. Knowledge as sexual metaphor. Selinsgrove [Pa.] London: Susquehanna University Press Associated University Presses, c2000. 192 p.

Ancient/Medieval and Modern Epistemologies -- Philosophy, Religion, and Sex -- Modern and Contemporary Epistemologies -- The Sexual Metaphor and Freud -- The Use of Metaphors in Philosophy -- The Sexual Metaphor in Epistemology -- Sexuality as an Apriori -- Sexism and Perversions -- Summary -- 1. Merleau-Ponty: The Sexed Body-Consciousness -- 2. Democritus: The Reconstruction of Knowledge -- 3. Plato: An Erotic Theory of Knowledge -- 4. Aristotle: The Heterosexual Response -- 5. Plotinus: A Bisexual Theory -- 6. Aquinas: A Celibate Theory -- 7. Descartes: The Voyeurism of Rationalism -- 8. Locke: An Asexual Epistemology -- 9. Kant: The Epistemology of a Confirmed Bachelor -- 10. Fichte: The Wissenschaftslehre and Romantic Love -- 11. Schopenhauer: An Ani-sex Epistemology -- 12. Sartre: The Useless Passion and/or the Battle Eternal -- 13. De Beauvoir: Reproductive Knowing.

Gen BD161 .S395 2000.

Knowledge, Theory of/Sex symbolism.

3079. Smith, John H. Dialectics of the will : freedom, power, and understanding in modern French and German thought. Detroit [Mich.]: Wayne State University Press, c2000. 239 p.

Introduction: Dialectics and the Will -- 1. Historical Dialectics of the Will's Contradictory Determinations -- 2. The Free Will and the Cause of Desire: Kant, Sade, Adorno, Lacan -- 3. Will, Power, Will to Power: Nietzsche, Foucault, Habermas -- 4. The Will to Interpretation: Gadamer, Derrida, Heidegger's Nietzsche -- Conclusion: A Dialectical Model of Agency and the Will of Theory: (Feminism, Queer Theory, Nationalism).

Gen BJ1461 .S67 2000.