Volume 3: No. 2 (8)/2019

Labyrinths of Violence

Table of Contents

Editorial

Monika Murawska, Paulina Sosnowska, The Multiformity of Violence (1-4)

Thematic Section

Jean-Michel SalanskisViolence: A Slippery Notion (5-12)
Paweł PieniążekThe Concept of Violence in the Evolution of Nietzsche’s Thought (13-25)
Katarzyna DworakowskaFoucault’s Genealogy in War: A Creative Element of Violence (26-39)
Urszula ZbrzeźniakStasis and Politics: On the Forgotten Role of Violence (40-50)
Paulina SosnowskaThe Reinforcement of Political Myth? Hans Blumenberg, Hannah Arendt and the History of the Twentieth Century (51-61)
Sasha L. BiroDisrupting Symmetry: Jean-Luc Nancy and Luce Irigaray on Myth and the Violence of Representation (62-74)
Emerson R. BoddeBenjamin and Spinoza: Divine Violence and Potentia (75-90)
Krzysztof MatuszewskiViolence in de Sade (comoedia) (91-108)

Forum

Daniel BurstonFreud, Stern and McGilchrist: Developmental and Cultural Implications of Their Work (109-123)
Josef FrüchtlArtistic Research: Delusions, Confusions and Differentiations (124-134)

Discussion Papers, Comments, Book Reviews

Jared KemlingAntoine Mooij’s Phenomenology of Symbolization: Synthesizing Lacan and Cassirer (135-139)
Myron Moses JacksonOn the Lookout for the Dark Arts and Finding Our Better Selves in Another white Man’s Burden (140-147)
John FlowersThe Aesthetics of Normative Meaning and Thought: The Normative Bodily Roots of Philosophy, Science, and Art (148-164)

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