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Registers of Philosophy

Registers of Philosophy 2016/1. David Weberman: A False Dilemma: Philosophy is Either Argument or Mere Poetry

Registers of Philosophy 2016/2. Géza Kállay: Response to the Paper of J. D. Mininger: "The Style Unto Death: Meditations on Untimely Late Style in Philosophy"

Registers of Philosophy 2016/3. Grace Whistler: Albert Camus and the Virtue of the Literary Register

Registers of Philosophy 2016/4. Jon Stewart: Dostoevsky and the Novel as Philosophy.

Registers of Philosophy 2016/5. Peter Šajda: The Issues of Genre, Antihero and Theodicy

Registers of Philosophy 2016/6. Pál Ács: The Views of a Mouse

Registers of Philosophy 2016/7. Paul Richard Blum: American Slave Narratives as Sources of Philosophical Anthropology. Turning First Person Stories into Philosophy

Registers of Philosophy 2017/1. Adam Potkay: Rhetoric and Philosophy from Cicero to Adam Smith: Tropes, Dialogue, Self-Division

Registers of Philosophy 2017/2. Zsolt Komáromy: Response to Adam Potkay’s lecture - Rhetoric and Philosophy from Cicero to Adam Smith: Tropes, Dialogue, Self-Division

Registers of Philosophy 2017/3. Richard Heinrich: Does philosophy need (its own) words?

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