My review of Samuel Fleischacker’s What is Enlightenment? (Routledge, 2013) has now been published on Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. Readers of this blog will likely find Fleischacker’s work of interest and my comments on it somewhat predictable. I can only hope that, like Tristram Shandy, “my hobby-horse … is no way a vicious beast; he has scarce one hair or lineament of the ass about him.” And I trust that everyone is properly grateful for the existence of Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, a peerless demonstration of what academic publishing might become in the age of digital reproducibility.
- The Making and the Marketing of the Philosophische Fragmente: A Note on the Early History of the Dialectic of Enlightenment (Part I)
- Images of Enlightenment: The Lamp and the Sun
- Robert Wokler, J. G. A. Pocock, and the Hunt for an Eighteenth-Century Usage of “Counter-Enlightenment”
- The ”Dialectic of Enlightenment” before Horkheimer and Adorno
- The Woman with the Corpse in Her Carriage: Whittaker Chambers, Life Magazine, and the Enlightenment (Part 2)
- Adorno Anti-Jacobin Review anti-jacobins Arendt Begriffsgeschichte Bentham Berlinische Monatsschrift Blumenberg Boston Cassirer Counter-Enlightenment Culture Industry Declaration of Independence Dialectic of Enlightenment Diderot Edmund Burke Epicurus Exile Exile Studies Foucault George Adler German Museum Habermas Hamann Hans Blumenberg Hegel History of Concepts Horace Horkheimer Isaiah Berlin James Gillray Jefferson John Quincy Adams Kant Koselleck Light Lionel Trilling Locke Los Angeles MacIntyre Melville Modernity Moses Mendelssohn Music Ngrams Nietzsche OED Pagden philosophy Pocock politics Popper rants religion reviews romanticism Schmitt scientism T. S. Eliot Thomas Mann translation Virgil Thomson Voltaire Whittaker Chambers William Barrett Wokler
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