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“Roberto Esposito on Immunity and Community: Or, How to Live With Risk” Abstract: Roberto Esposito argues that our current understanding of community is shaped by an “immunitary paradigm,” evidenced by our obsession…

Congratulations to our PhD graduates, Jolen Galaugher and Gulberk Koc, who have recently published their doctoral theses on Russell as books, and each also won the Bertrand Russell Society’s Book of the Year Award, against very stiff competition.

“The Anthropological ‘Idea’: The (De)construction of Nature Between Schelling’s First Outline (1799) and his Freedom Essay (1809)”
Abstract: Schelling’s First Outline of a System of the Philosophy of Nature (1799) as a text wrestles with thinking about …

“Should Kant have Thought that Logic Was Complete Since Aristotle?”

Abstract: In the Critique of Pure Reason, Kant asserts that “Since the time of Aristotle, [logic]….has been unable to take a single step forward, and therefore …..