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Charles Sherover papers, 1936-2005 | Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

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Title: Charles Sherover papers, 1936-2005Add to your cart.

ID: 1/2/MSS 341

Primary Creator: Sherover, Charles M. (1922-2005)

Extent: 13.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Arranged into six series: (1) Biographical, (2) Writings, (3) Organizations, (4) Correspondence, (5) Teaching Materials, (6) Printed Materials.

Subjects: Philosophy, American - 20th century

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists college assignments and notes, writings and presentations of Dr. Sherover and other philosphers, his professional, political and religious organizations, correspondences, both personal and professional, Sherover's teaching materials, and printed materials, such as photocopies of newspaper and magazine articles related to his personal and professional interests.

Biographical Note

Born in 1922 in New York, Charles Milton Sherover graduated from Oberlin College, served in the Army Signal Corps during World War II, then did graduate studies at Northwestern University. He received his doctorate from New York University in philosophy.

He joined the faculty at Hunter College, University of New York, in 1963, where he became a full professor, served as Department Chair of the Philosophy Department, College Ombudsman and Chair of the Senate and Professor Emeritus in 1990. He also was a visiting professor at Emery University.

Dr. Sherover was instrumental in organizing the New York Young Republicans and served as President from 1950 to 1952. His father, Maxmillian (Max) Sherover, founded the Linguaphone Corporation of America. After his father's death, Charles assumed the Presidency of the Corporation and was responsible for introducing the first audio tape learning system for the Latin language. He founded the Educational Resources Corporation in 1965.

He was the author of numerous books, including Heidegger, Kant and Time (1971), The Human Experience of Time (1975), Time, Freedom and the Common Good (1989), From Kant and Royce to Heidegger (2003), and Are We IN Time, and Other Essays on Time and Temporality (2003).

He edited The Development of the Democratic Idea, and translated and edited Rousseau's Of the Social Contract and On Political Economy. He was a member of the American Philosphical Society, The Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, The Society for Phenomenological and Existential Philosophy, The International Society for the Study of Time, and numerous other scholarly organizations.

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Philosophy, American - 20th century

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Repository: Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

Use Restrictions: Use Restrictions: To quote in print, or otherwise reproduce in whole or in part in any publication, including on the World Wide Web, any material from this collection, the researcher must obtain permission from (1) the owner of the physical property and (2) the holder of the copyright. Persons wishing to quote from this collection should consult Special Collections Research Center to determine copyright holders for information in this collection. Reproduction of any item must contain the complete citation to the original.

Acquisition Source: Gift

Preferred Citation: [Item], Charles Sherover papers, Special Collections Research Center, Southern Illionis University Carbondale.


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Series 2: WritingsAdd to your cart.
This series includes writings by Dr. Sherover, as well as some of his speeches and presentations. It also includes the writings and reviews from others, all organized into 3 sub-series: (1) Sherover’s writings, (2) Speeches and presentations, and (3) Writings by others.
Sub-Series 1: Writings by Dr. Sherover, organized chronologicallyAdd to your cart.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Liberalism in One World.Add to your cart.
For private circulation only, March 1951; “Additional Profit for Agents in Travelers’ Language Courses,” June 1951
Folder 2: Review of Always Young For LibertyAdd to your cart.
Arthur W. Brown, 1956, in Christian Register, November 1956
Folder 3: Logic: An Historical Sequence of ReadngsAdd to your cart.
Bruce Wilshire and Sherover, 1965. This was a book project that did not succeed.
Folder 4: "Heidegger's Ontology and the Copernican Revolution"Add to your cart.
The Monist, 51:4, October 1967
Folder 5: "Heidegger and the Reconstruction of the Kantian Ethic (Summary)"Add to your cart.
Akten des XIV. Internationalen Kongresses fur Philosophie, September 1968
Folder 6: The Social Contract or Principles of Political RightAdd to your cart.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, edited by Sherover, 1969
Folder 7: "Kant's Transcendental Object and Heidegger's Nichts"Add to your cart.
Journal of the History of Philosophy, VII, No. 4, October 1969
Folder 8: Unpublished comments on "Sartre and the Phenomenology of Social Violence"Add to your cart.
William McBride, in New Essays in Phenomenology, 1969
Folder 9: Review of What Is A Thing? (Die Frage nach dem Ding)Add to your cart.
Martin Heidegger, transl. Barton and Deutsch, 1967, in Philosophy and Rhetoric, Fall 1972
Folder 10: The Human Experience of TimeAdd to your cart.
New York University Press, 1975
Folder 11: "Time and Ethics"Add to your cart.
in The Study of Time II, Proceedings of the Second Conference of the Society for the Study of Time, 1975
Folder 12: "The Question of Noumenal Time"Add to your cart.
in The Review of Metaphysics, August 1976
Folder 13: "The Question of Noumenal Time"Add to your cart.
in Man and World, 10:4, 1977
Folder 14: Discussion paper of Ferrel Christensen's "Two Theories of Time"Add to your cart.
in The Study of Time, III, 1978
Folder 15: Discussion paper of N. Lawrence's "Levels of Time-Discourse"Add to your cart.
in The Study of Time, III, 1978
Folder 16: Review of Heidegger and Modern Philosophy: Critical EssaysAdd to your cart.
Michael Murray, editor, 1978, in Human Studies, 2:2, April 1979
Folder 17: "Rousseau's Civil Religion"Add to your cart.
Interpretation, 1979
Folder 18: "Founding an Existential Ethic"Add to your cart.
Human Studies, Vol. 4, 1981
Folder 19: "Two Kinds of Transcendental Objectivity: Their Differentiation"Add to your cart.
Human Studies, Vol. 4, 1981
Folder 20: "Perspectivity and the Principle of Continuity"Add to your cart.
The Study of Time IV, 1981
Folder 21: "Experiential Time and the Religious Concern"Add to your cart.
Zygon: Journal of Religion & Science, 16:4, December 1981
Folder 22: Review of Kant and the Transcendental Object: A Hermeneutic StudyAdd to your cart.
J.N. Findlay, 1981, in Review of Metaphysics, March 1982
Folder 23: Review of Eclipse of the SelfAdd to your cart.
Michael E. Zimmerman, 1981, in Journal of the History of Philosophy, XXI, No. 2, April 1983
Folder 24: Review of The Image of Eternity: Roots of Time in the Physical WorldAdd to your cart.
David Park, 1980, in Zygon, Vol. 18, No. 2, June 1983
Folder 25: Review of Robert B. Pippin's Kant's Theory of FormAdd to your cart.
in Canadian Philosophical Reviews, IV, No. 1, February 1984
Folder 26: "The Temporality of the Common Good: Futurity and Freedom"Add to your cart.
Review of Metaphysics, XXXVII, No. 3, March 1984
Folder 27: "Heidegger's Use of Kant in Being and Time, Kant and Phenomenology"Add to your cart.
edited by Seebohm and Kockelmans, 1984
Folder 28: "The Political Implications of Heidegger's Being and Time: on Heidegger's 'Being and Time' and the Possibility of Political Philosphy"Add to your cart.
by Mark Blitz, Interpretation, 12:2/3, May & Sept 1984 (book review by Sherover)
Folder 29: Review of New Essays on Human UnderstandingAdd to your cart.
G.W. Leibniz, translated and edited by Remnant & Bennett, in The Review of Metaphysics, September 1983
Folder 30: Review of The Basic Problems of PhenomenologyAdd to your cart.
M. Heidegger, translated by Albert Hofstadter, 1982, in The Review of Metaphysics, December 1983
Folder 31: Review of Critique of Pure ReasonAdd to your cart.
Immanuel Kant, translated with introduction and glossary by Wolfgang Schwarz, 1982, in Journal of the History of Philosophy, XXIII, No. 1, January 1985
Folder 32: "The Sociality of Freedom"Add to your cart.
in The Southern Journal of Philosophy, July 1985
Folder 33: Review of Kant on Pure ReasonAdd to your cart.
Ralph C. S. Walkere, ed., 1982, in Idealistic Studies, XV, no. 3, September 1985
Folder 34: "Kant's Evaluation of His Relationship to Leibniz"Add to your cart.
Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy, Volume 12, The Philosophy of Immanuel Kant, edited by Richard Kennington, 1985
Folder 35: "Are We In Time?"Add to your cart.
International Philosophical Quarterly, XXVI, No. 1, Issue No. 101, March 1986
Folder 36: Notes from Encyclopedia of Ethics project, 1987-1991Add to your cart.
Folder 37: Review of Time and Reality in American PhilosophyAdd to your cart.
Bertrand P. Helm, 1985, in The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, I, No. 4, 1987
Folder 38: "Royce's Pragmatic Idealism and Existential Phenomenology"Add to your cart.
in Pragmatism Considers Phenomenology, 1987
Folder 39: Review of The Importances of the Past: A Meditation on the Authority of the TraditionAdd to your cart.
George Allan, 1986, in Review of Metaphysics, Vol. 40, March 1987
Folder 40: "Toward Experiential Metaphysics: Radical Temporalism"Add to your cart.
New Essays in Metaphysics, edited by Robert C. Neville, 1987
Folder 41: Review of A Study of Time in Indian PhilosophyAdd to your cart.
Anindita Niyogi Balslev, 1983, in Journal of Indian Philosophy, Vol. 16, 1988
Folder 42: "The Hermeneutic Structure of Resoluteness: A Preliminary Exploration"Add to your cart.
book chapter in Hermeneutic Phenomenology: Lectures and Essays, edited by Joseph J. Kockelmans, 1988
Folder 43: Time, Freedom, and the Common Good, SUNY Press, 1989Add to your cart.
Folder 44: "The Process of Polity"Add to your cart.
The Study of Time, VII: November 5, 1990
Folder 45: Review of Freedom and the End of ReasonAdd to your cart.
Richard L. Velkley, 1989, in Review of Metaphysics, December 1990
Folder 46: "Some Dimensions of 'Heritage'"Add to your cart.
in Research in Phenomenology, 21:1, 1991
Folder 47: Review of Kant's Theory of FreedomAdd to your cart.
Henry E. Allison, 1990, in Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol XXX, No. 3, July 1992
Folder 48: "The Conditions of Freedom: A New World Order"Add to your cart.
Public Affairs Quarterly, 6:4, October 1992
Folder 49: Papers identified by Sherover as "unpublished"Add to your cart.
Sub-Series 2: Speeches and presentations by Dr. SheroverAdd to your cart.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: "Our Christian Commitment"Add to your cart.
Unitarian Church of Staten Island, NY, April 10, 1960
Folder 2: Address delivered by SheroverAdd to your cart.
Annual Dinner, Foreign Language Chairman of the City of New York Faculty Club, NYU, May 1962
Folder 3: Attended XIV. Internationaler Kongress Fur Philosophie, Wien, 1968 September 2-9Add to your cart.
(Cannot confirm he did a presentation.)
Folder 4: Commentator, 7th Annual Meeting of the Society For Phenomenology and Existential PhilosophyAdd to your cart.
Yale University, October 24-26, 1968
Folder 5: Chairman, “Kant’s Theory of Man,” Third International Kant CongressAdd to your cart.
University of Rochester, March 30-April 3, 1970
Folder 6: “Time and Ethics in Kant and Heidegger,” Second International Society for the Study of Time World ConferenceAdd to your cart.
Lake Yamanaka, Japan, July 1-7, 1973
Folder 7: Moderator/Commentator, “Authenticity and Inauthenticity in Being and Time, Jean StambaughAdd to your cart.
10th Annual Heidegger Conference, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, CA, May 16-17, 1975
Folder 8: Commentator, “The Constitution of the Value Realm,” John N. FindlayAdd to your cart.
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy Annual Meeting, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., October 30, 1975
Folder 9: Commentator, “Royce, Husserl, and Heidegger"Add to your cart.
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA, March 5, 1976
Folder 10: “The Question of ‘Noumenal Time’ : Descartes, Kant, and Heidegger"Add to your cart.
Philosophy Department Colloquium VIII, SUNY at Stony Brook, April 16, 1976
Folder 11: Discussant of paper “The Paradigms of Being and Becoming as Reflected in Two Conflicting Concepts of Time"Add to your cart.
Third International Society for the Study of Time, World Conference, Alpbach, Austria, July 1-10, 1976
Folder 12: Commentator for “The Future of Freedom,” William BarrettAdd to your cart.
American Philosophical Association Semi-Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, December 1976
Folder 13: Commentator for “The Philosophical Significance of the New Edition of Sein Und Zeit, Kenneth MalyAdd to your cart.
11th Heidegger Conference, Tulane University, May 26-28, 1977
Folder 14: “Heidegger and Practical Reason"Add to your cart.
Sixteenth Annual Meeting, The Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, New School for Social Research, November 3-5, 1977
Folder 15: Critic of “The Irreducibility of Time,” Nathaniel M. LawrenceAdd to your cart.
29th Annual Meeting, The Metaphysical Society of America, Emory University, March 16-18, 1978
Folder 16: Commentator, “Bridging the Gap: The Critique of Everydayness by Heidegger and the Critical Marxists,” Michael ZimmermanAdd to your cart.
Heidegger Conference, Villanova University, May, 1978
Folder 17: “In Defense of ‘Civil Religion’”Add to your cart.
Second Annual Meeting, Northeast American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amhurst, MA, October 5-7, 1978
Folder 18: “Perspectivity and the Principle of Continuity"Add to your cart.
Fourth International Society for the Study of Time, Alpbach, Austria, July 1-10, 1979
Folder 19: Respondent, “A Problem in Rousseau’s Political Morality,” James MacAdamAdd to your cart.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau Society Colloquium, Glassboro State College, November 30-December 2, 1979
Folder 20: “Are We ‘In Time’?”Add to your cart.
Philosopher’s Holiday, Vassar College, February 14, 1980
Folder 21: “Are We ‘In Time’?”Add to your cart.
Iona College Philosophy Department Presentation, April 24, 1980
Folder 22: “Philosophical Understandings of Time and Aging as Understood in a Contemporary Scientific Context"Add to your cart.
Institute on Religion in an Age of Science Summer Conference, Star Island, July 26-Aug 2, 1980
Folder 23: Discussant, “Metaphysical Values and Moral Discernment,” Robert C. NevilleAdd to your cart.
32nd Annual Meeting, The Metaphysical Society of America, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, March 13-14, 1981
Folder 24: “What is the Transcendental Object?”Add to your cart.
Twelfth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Washington, D.C., April 9-12, 1981
Folder 25: Commentator, “On the Function of the Ontological Difference in Heidegger’s Transcendental Ontology,” Joseph KockelmansAdd to your cart.
15th Annual Heidegger Conference, Penn. State University, May 15-17, 1981
Folder 26: “Heidegger’s Use of Kant in Being and Time"Add to your cart.
Kant and Phenomenology, Conference at Penn State University, August 1981
Folder 27: “Kant’s Evaluation of His Relation to Leibniz"Add to your cart.
The Catholic University of America School of Philosophy, Frank J. Matchette Foundation Lectures on the Philosophy of Immanuel Kant, Fall 1981
Folder 28: Chairman, First Session, “Metaphysics and Historicity"Add to your cart.
Thirty-third Annual Meeting of The Metaphysical Society of America, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., March 11-13, 1982
Folder 29: “Kant’s Evaluation of His Relation to Leibniz"Add to your cart.
Philosophy Department Colloqium, Dept of Philosophy, StonyBrook, NY, September 24, 1982
Folder 30: Speaker, The Gathering of Reason, John SallisAdd to your cart.
Twenty-first Annual Meeting of Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, October 28-30, 1982
Folder 31: “The Temporal Structure of Sociality"Add to your cart.
34th Annual Meeting, The Metaphysical Society of America, Yale, March 11-12, 1983
Folder 32: Commentator, “Authenticity and Interaction . . .”, John McCumberAdd to your cart.
17th Annual Heidegger Conference, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, May 13-15, 1983
Folder 33: Chairman of “Epistemology” sessionAdd to your cart.
Fifth Conference, International Society for the Study of Time, July 3-9, 1983
Folder 34: Informal discussion meeting at Collegium PhaenoenologicumAdd to your cart.
International Seminar in Phenomenology, Perugia, Italy, July 11-August 5, 1983
Folder 35: “A Roycean Perspective on Phenomenology"Add to your cart.
American Pragmatism in Relation to Continental Phenomenology Conference, Pennsylvania State University, August 3-5, 1984
Folder 36: Discussion of “Representational Mind: A Study of Kant’s Theory of Knowledge,” Richard E. AquilaAdd to your cart.
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Atlanta, GA, October 18-20, 1984
Folder 37: “The Social Dimension of the Human Person"Add to your cart.
1985 Crispo Memorial Lectures, The Dimensions of the Human Person, Gannon University, Erie, PA, March 20-21, 1985
Folder 38: Chairperson of “Prehistory of Kant’s Critical Philosophy"Add to your cart.
Sixth International Kant Congress, Penn State University, September 8-12, 1985
Folder 39: “Toward Experiential Metaphysics: Radical Temporalism"Add to your cart.
Metaphysics Seminar of New York and Philosophy Department of the City College, September 27, 1985
Folder 40: “The Social Nature of Freedom"Add to your cart.
Philosophy Department Colloquium, Hunter College, November 14, 1985
Folder 41: “Toward Experiential Metaphysics: Radical Temporalism"Add to your cart.
Metaphysical Society of America Conference, March 15, 1986
Folder 42: “The Time of Mind"Add to your cart.
Sixth Conference of International Society for the Study of Time, Dartington Hall College, July 4-11, 1986
Folder 43: “The Future of the Past"Add to your cart.
American Philosophical Association, Society for the Study of Process Studies, Sheraton Centre Hotel, NYC, December 28, 1987
Folder 44: “Concepts of Time in Western Philosophical Thought"Add to your cart.
Smithsonian Lecture, June 1, 1989
Folder 45: “The Process of Polity"Add to your cart.
Seventh Conference of International Society for the Study of Time, Glacier National Park, July 9-15, 1989
Folder 46: “The Reality of Time"Add to your cart.
41st Annual Meeting, The Metaphysical Society of America, Georgetown University, March 9-10, 1990
Folder 47: “Time, Freedom, and the Common Good"Add to your cart.
24th Annual Meeting of the Heidegger Conference, Seattle University, Seattle, WA, May 25-27, 1990
Folder 48: Commentator, “Time as Hemorrhage,” Jerome A. MillerAdd to your cart.
American Philosophical Association, Boston, December 30, 1990
Folder 49: Chair for session on “Classical American Philosophy and the Social Sciences"Add to your cart.
Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Annual Conference, Santa Cruz, California, `February 28-March 3, 1991
Folder 50: Chair for session on “Exoteric Esoteric: Nietzsche’s Metaphysics"Add to your cart.
42nd Annual Meeting, The Metaphysical Society of America, Penn State University, March 8-9, 1991
Folder 51: “Democracy and Modernity,” ChairmanAdd to your cart.
New York State Political Science Association, 45th Annual Meeting, April 12-13, 1991
Folder 52: Positive and Negative Liberty in T.H. GreenAdd to your cart.
Conference sponsored by the Liberty Fund, Inc., University of Tulsa, October 31-November 3, 1991
Folder 53: “Kant: What is Enlightenment?”Add to your cart.
Machette Foundation Lecture, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., November 15, 1991
Folder 54: Notes and article in preparation for "Kant: What is Enlightenment?" speech, which is found in Folder 53.Add to your cart.
Folder 55: “The Conditions of Freedom: A New World Order"Add to your cart.
Invited Lecture at the American Philosophical Association, New York City, December 1991
Folder 56: Attended Eighth Conference of the International Society for the Study of TimeAdd to your cart.
Centre Culturel International de Cerisy-la-Salle, France, July3-9, 1992
Folder 57: “Freedom as Pragmatic Intelligence"Add to your cart.
Prague Colloquium on Political Philosophy, “Truth in Politcs,” Center for Theoretical Study, the Institute for Advanced Studies, Charles University and the Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic, July 5, 1994
Folder 58: “Postmodernism and Democracy"Add to your cart.
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy Session, Sponsored by Society for Advancement of American Philosophy, Seattle University, Seattle, WA, Sept 29, 1994
Sub-Series 3: Writings by other philosophersAdd to your cart.
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Aultman, Mark H.Add to your cart.
“A Lawyer’s Perspective: Re-Presenting Human Life to Society”
Folder 2: Barnouw, Jeffrey.Add to your cart.
“The Morality of the Sublime: Kant and Schiller,” “Vico and the Continuity of Science: The Relation of His Epistemology to Bacon and Hobbes,” “Review of Essays in Philosophy,”Review of Back to Kant. The Revival of Kantianism in German Social and Historical Thought.”
Folder 3: Beck, Robert N.Add to your cart.
“Liberty and Equality,” “Idealism, Marxism, and Action,” “Should Personalism Revisit Socialism?”
Folder 4: Bender, Frederic L.Add to your cart.
“Taoism and Western Anarchism: A Comparative Study”
Folder 5: Boas, George.Add to your cart.
“The Acceptance of Time”
Folder 6: Capaldi, Nicholas.Add to your cart.
“Hume as Social Scientist,” “Time in Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason: The Normative Structure of Science”
Folder 7: Caputo, John D.Add to your cart.
“Reply to John Sallis’ Review of Caputo’s Radical Hermeneutics”
Folder 8: Clohesy, William W.Add to your cart.
“The Strength of the Invisible: Reflections on Heraclitus,” “Political Metaphors at Work”
Folder 9: Dillon, Martin C.Add to your cart.
“Love, Death, and Creation”
Folder 10: Donovon, Richard J.Add to your cart.
“Royce, James and Intentionality,” Review of The Human Experience of Time: The Development of Its Philosophical Meaning”
Folder 11: Dostal, Robert J.Add to your cart.
“Kant’s Refutation of Idealism: Transcendental Idealism and Phenomenalism,” “The Problem of Indifference in Sein und Zeit”
Folder 12: Edwards, Paul.Add to your cart.
“Heidegger’s Quest for Being”
Folder 13: Feder-Marcus, Maureen.Add to your cart.
Review of Time, Freedom, and the Common Good: An Essay in Public Philosophy
Folder 14: Freeman, James B.Add to your cart.
“Argument Diagramming: A Dialectically Motivated Approach”
Folder 15: Frings, Manfred.Add to your cart.
“Protagoras Re-Discovered: Heidegger’s Explication of Protagoras’Fragment”
Folder 16: Gelven, Michael.Add to your cart.
“Transcendence in Kant & Heidegger,” “ Eros and Projection: Plato and Heidegger”
Folder 17: Gobetti, Daniela.Add to your cart.
Review of Time, Freedom, and the Common Good.
Folder 18: Heidegger, Martin von.Add to your cart.
“Zeit und Sein,” “Die Frage Nach Dem Ding”
Folder 19: Held, Virginia.Add to your cart.
“John Locke on Robert Nozick,” “Can a Random Collection of Individuals Be Morally Responsible?”
Folder 20: Hibbs, Thomas S.Add to your cart.
Review of Time, Freedom, and the Common Good.
Folder 21: Hocking, Richard.Add to your cart.
“Royce, Forty Years Later,” “The Influence of Mathematics on Royce’s Metaphysics
Folder 22: Hollinger, Robert.Add to your cart.
“Hermeneutics and Praxis,” “The Holocaust, Technology, and Cultural Pluralism,” Summary and Conclusion: Plurality is the Law of the Earth”
Folder 23: Hook, Sidney.Add to your cart.
“Civilization and Its Malcontents,” “Communists, McCarthy and American Universities”
Folder 24: Hudelson, R. H.Add to your cart.
Review of Time, Freedom, and the Common Good
Folder 25: Hyland, Drew A.Add to your cart.
“Republic, Book II, and the Origins of Political Philosophy,” Review of Time, Freedom, and the Common Good
Folder 26: Inwood, Michael.Add to your cart.
“Kant and Hegel on Space and Time”
Folder 27: Kirkland, Frank M.Add to your cart.
“Hegel’s Critique of Psychologism,” “Husserl and Hegel: A Historical and Religious Encounter,” “On the Desiccation of Ethical Life Within the Black Underclass,” “Apperception and Combination: Some Kantian Problems,” “Kant’s Objectivity Argument in the 1787 Transcendental Deduction,” Review of Communicative Praxis and The Space of Subjectivity
Folder 28: Koslowski, Peter.Add to your cart.
“Maximum Coordination of Entelechial Individuals,” “Market and Democracy as Discourses,” “Individual Liberty and Democratic Decision-Making,” “Economics and Philosophy”
Folder 29: Kuntz, Paul Grimley.Add to your cart.
“The Dualism of Paul Elmer More,” “The Analogy of Degrees of Being: A Critique of Cajetan’s Analogy of Names”
Folder 30: Lucas, George R., Jr.Add to your cart.
Lecture, Chair of Logic, Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun, “The Interpretation of Kant in Whitehead’s Philosophy”
Folder 31: Lyons, Joseph.Add to your cart.
Review of William James and Phenomenology: A Study of “The Principles of Psychology”
Folder 32: Makkreel, Rudolf.Add to your cart.
“Imagination and Temporality in Kant’s Theory of the Sublime,” “The Genesis of Heidegger’s Phenomenological Hermeneutics and the Rediscovered ‘Aristotle Introduction’ of 1922”
Folder 33: Mautner, StephanAdd to your cart.
Sarbige Studen
Folder 34: Neville, Robert.Add to your cart.
“Specialties and Worlds,” Whitehead on the One and the Many,” “Experience and Philosophy: A Review of Hartshorne’s Creative Synthesis and Philosophic Method,” “Whitehead,” “Wang Yang-Ming’s ‘Inquiry on the Great Learning’”
Folder 35: Page, Carl.Add to your cart.
“The Unnamed Fifth: Republic 369d,” “Philosophy and the Outlandishness of Reason”
Folder 36: Pan, Loretta.Add to your cart.
“Analysis of Characters in Speak Chinese"
Folder 37: Richter, Melvin.Add to your cart.
“Begriffsgeschichte and the History of Ideas”
Folder 38: Rota, Gian-Carlo.Add to your cart.
“Mathematics and Philosophy: The Story of a Misunderstanding”
Folder 39: Royce, Josiah.Add to your cart.
“Kant’s Doctrine of the Basis of Mathematics,” “The Eternal and the Practical,” “Mind and Reality,” Review of Studies in the Hegelian Dialectic
Folder 40: Sallis, John.Add to your cart.
Spacings of Reason and Imagination in Texts of Kant, Fichte, Hegel
Folder 41: Schalow, Frank.Add to your cart.
“Re-opening the Issue of World: Heidegger and Kant,” “A Pre-Theological Phenomenology: Heidegger and Scheler,” “A Question Concerning Heidegger’s Involvement in National Socialism,” Review of Time, Freedom, and the Common Good, Review of Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics
Folder 42: Scharff, Robert C.Add to your cart.
“Repeating Heidegger’s Question,” “Positivism, Philosophy of Science, and Self-Understanding in Comte and Mill,” “Rorty and Analytic Heideggerian Epistemology-and Heidegger,” “Nietzsche and the Use of History,” “Heidegger’s Path of Thinking and the Way of Meditation in the Early Upanisads”
Folder 43: Schurmann, Reiner.Add to your cart.
“De la philosophie aux Etats-Unis,” “Anti-Humanism. Reflections of the Turn Towards the Post-modern Epoch”
Folder 44: Stambaugh, Joan.Add to your cart.
“The Question of God in Heidegger’s Thought,” “Time and Dialectic in Hegel and Heidegger,” “Time, Finitude, and Finality,” “Thoughts on Pity and Revenge,” “Music as a Temporal Form,” “Heidegger, Taoism and the Question of Metaphysics,” “Thoughts on the Innocence of Becoming,” “The Exposition of the Question of the Meaning of Being”
Folder 45: Stuhr, John J.Add to your cart.
“Democracy and Education, Pragmatism and Postmodernism: Walking Out of Line and Taking Care of Business”
Folder 46: Van Buren, John.Add to your cart.
“Heidegger’s Autobiographies,” “The Young Heidgegger and Phenomenology”
Folder 47: Velkley, Richard.Add to your cart.
“Kant on the Primacy and the Limits of Logic,” “The German Enlightenment for the Purpose of the University,” Review of Time, Freedom, and the Common Good: An Essay in Public Philosophy.
Folder 48: William, Maurice.Add to your cart.
Why Stalin Tricked the United States into Pressing China to Sign the 30-year Treaty with Soviet Russia (1945): An Analysis and a Prediction
Folder 49: Wilshire, Bruce.Add to your cart.
“Self-Deception and One’s Body,” “James and Heidegger on Truth and Reality,” Review of The Nature of Physical Existence
Folder 50: Young, Peter.Add to your cart.
Review of The Human Experience of Time: The Development of Its Philosophic Meaning
Folder 51: Zimmerman, Michael EAdd to your cart.
“L’affaire Heidegger,” “Heidegger’s ‘Existentialism’ Revisited,” “The Thorn in Heidegger’s Side: The Question of National Socialism,” “Karel Kosik’s Heideggerian Marxism”
Folder 52: Unidentified authors reviewing Sherover’s work.Add to your cart.
Folder 53: Gans, Stephen.Add to your cart.
Review of Heidegger, Kant and Time
Folder 54: Werkmeister, W. H.Add to your cart.
Review of Heidegger, Kant and Time
Folder 55: Cerf, Walter.Add to your cart.
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