VOL. 17, NO. 3 (SUMMER/FALL 2018) 



Omnibus Edition


Jussi Backman

The One is Not: On the Fate of Unity in Post-Metaphysical Philosophy


Ryne Beddard

Rethinking Anselm’s Atonement Theory: “Unmasking” The Indebted Man


Darshar Datan

Religious Autonomy as Secularism’s Silent Partner


Mason Davis

Hegemony and Techno-Rationality: Toward an Aesthetic Soteriology


Roger Green

The Semiotics of the Unconscious in Gilles Deleuze and Roland Barthes


Konstaninos Kavoulakos

Philosophical Anthropology or Philosophy of Praxis: Axel Honneth and Andrew Feenberg on Lukacs’ Theory of Reification


Joshua Lawrence

Lacan, Levinas, and the Politic of the Subject


Daniel Rhodes

Time Emptied and Time Renewed: The Dominion of Capital and a Theo-Politics of Contretemps


Jochen Schmidt

Life as Art: Aesthetic Virtue and Moral Obligation


Raji Singh Soni

Traversing W.H. Auden’s Religious and Aesthetic States


Daniel Tutt

Love, Psychoanalysis, and Leftist Political Ontology


Madeline Yonker

The Bell Jar’s New Look: Sylvia Plath, Simone de Beauvoir, and the Visual Representation of Feminist Discourse