Place, commonality and judgement : continental philosophy and the ancient Greeks /
In this important and highly original book, place, commonality and judgment provide the framework within which works central to the Greek philosophical and literary tradition are usefully located and reinterpreted. Greek life, it can be argued, was defined by the interconnection of place, commonalit...
|Author / Creator:||Benjamin, Andrew E.|
|Imprint:||London ; New York : Continuum, ©2010.|
|Description:||1 online resource (186 pages)|
|Series:||Continuum studies in continental philosophy|
Continuum studies in continental philosophy.
|Subject:||Heraclitus, -- active 1st century.|
Heraclitus, -- active 1st century.
Philosophy -- Greece -- History.
PHILOSOPHY -- History & Surveys -- Ancient & Classical.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11245104|
- Staging the ground: place, commonality, and judgement
- Commonality and human being: working through Heraclitus
- Spacing as the shared: Heraclitus, Pindar, Agamben
- Political translations: Hilderlin's das hichste
- Placing speaking, notes on the first stasimon of Sophocles' Antigone
- Possible returns: deconstruction and the placing of Greek philosophy
- The inoperative Jew, Agamben's Paul.