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Virtue, Order, Mind

 
 

Ancient, Modern, and Post-Modern Perspectives

Peter Vincent Amato, editor

    Preface
    Peter Vincent Amato

    I. Virtue, Order and Mind

  1. On Choosing a Teacher: Plato's Protagoras
    Marie I. George
  2. Words of Love: Rhetoric and Eros in Plato's Phaedrus
    Douglas W. Shrader
  3. Tragic Katharsis
    Martha Husain
  4. Metaphysics Z and H: Spurious V. Genuine Genera
    Walter E. Wehrle
  5. Aquinas, Aristotle, and the Convertibility of Being and Truth
    James T. H. Martin
  6. Toxic Shame and the Lonerganian Concept of Conversion
    Dennis D. Klein

    II. Virtue, Order and Modernity

  7. Jonas on the Crisis for Modern Man
    Oscar Mohl and Angelo Juffras
  8. A Roadmap for Ethics in the Twenty-First Century
    Eddy Souffrant
  9. Communicative Rationality, Communicative Ethics and the Political Space of the Public Sphere
    Evangelos Kobolakis
  10. A Pragmatic Reading of Gadamer's Philosophical Hermeneutics
    Vincent Mark Vaccaro
  11. Reconceiving Power and the Social Through Baudrillard
    Marc Hanes
  12. A Feminist Analysis of Value-Neutral Observation
    Maureen Linker
  13. Modernity, Kolakowski and Myth
    Peter Vincent Amato


Authors

Marie I. GEORGE
Department of Philosophy
St. John's University, New York, New York

Douglas W. SHRADER
Department of Philosophy
State University of New York at Oneonta, NY

Martha HUSAIN
Philosophy Department
Brock University, Ontario, Canada

Walter E. WEHRLE
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
George Mason University, Virginia

James T. H. MARTIN
Department of Philosophy
St. John's University, New York, New York

Dennis D. KLEIN
Department of Philosophy
Seton Hall University, New Jersey

Oscar MOHL
Department of Philosophy
New York Technical College, New York, NY

Angelo JUFFRAS
Department of Philosophy
Rutgers University, New Jersey

Eddy SOUFFRANT
Department of Philosophy
City University of New York Graduate Center, New York

Evangelos KOBOLAKIS
Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Pace University, New York, NY

Vincent Mark VACCARO
Department of Philosophy
Fordham University, New York, New York

Marc HANES
Department of Philosophy
Fordham University, New York, New York

Maureen LINKER
Department of Philosophy
City University of New York Graduate Center, New York

Peter Vincent AMATO
Department of Philosophy
Fordham University, New York, New York