The Myth of Normative Secularism: Politics and Religion in the Democratic Homeworld

Modern political thought — at least in the West — has long presupposed ...

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Kant’s Philosophy of Communication

One might assume that another study of Immanuel Kant, one of the most prominent philosophers in the history of Western thought, is either presumptuous or unnecessary. But...

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Culinary Shakespeare: Staging Food and Drink in Early Modern England

Eating and drinking — vital to all human beings — were of central importance to Shakespeare and his contemporaries...

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The Qualitative Vision for Psychology: An Invitation to a Human Science Approach

This volume, edited by three leading proponents and practitioners of human science psychology, ...

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Levinas Studies: An Annual Review, Volume 10

In volume 10, scholars from several countries contribute essays that range throughout Levinas’s published works to address themes extending into a number of fields of inquiry: aesthetics, biblical theology, politics, and religion.

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John Donne and Early Modern Legal Culture: The End of Equity in the Satyres

Though law and satire share essential elements — both aim to correct individual vice, to promote justice, and to claim authority amid competing perspectives...

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Over the years, Duquesne’s editorial program has included award-winning titles in literary studies, philosophy, psychology, and religious studies; its early entry into fields such as existentialism and phenomenology long ago cemented its reputation for books that shape and influence serious thought.

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