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What does ‘transgender’ mean?

What does transgender mean?   Understand what transgender means “A transgender person, not ‘transgendered,’ is someone whose sex assigned at birth is different from who they know they are on the inside. It includes people who have medically transitioned to … Continue reading

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The Humiliation of the Word – Jacques Ellul

  The Humiliation of the Word – Jacques Ellul “This, then, is our situation today: through the eruption of unlimited artificial images, we have reduced truth to the order of reality and banished the shy and fleeting expression of truth. … Continue reading

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Murdered baby cut from mother’s womb creates abortion rights dilemma

Murdered baby cut from mother’s womb creates abortion rights dilemma “Cognitive dissonance refers to a situation involving conflicting attitudes, beliefs or behaviors…” Continue reading: Cognitive Dissonance: http://www.simplypsychology.org/cognitive-dissonance.html When is an unborn baby a baby? And when is an unborn baby not … Continue reading

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NEWSLETTER FOR PHENOMENOLOGY – ISSUE NUMBER 296/23-30 SEPTEMBER 2009

NEW BOOKS AND TRANSLATIONS
• Edmund Husserl, Phénoménologie de l’attention (French Translation by Natalie Depraz), Vrin
• Martin Heidegger, Country Path Conversations (English translation by Bret W. Davis), Indiana University Press
• Max Scheler, The Constitution of the Human Being (English translation by John Cutting), Marquette University Press
• Aron Gurwitsch, The Collected Works of Aron Gurwitsch (1901-1973). Volume III: The Field of Consciousness: Theme, Thematic Field, and Margin, Springer
• Pierre Rodrigo, L’intentionnalité créatrice Problème de phénoménologie et d’esthétique, Vrin
• Paul Marcus, Being for the Other: Emmanuel Levinas, Ethical Living and Psychoanalysis, Marquette University Press
• Juraj-D. Ledi!!!, Heideggers »Sach-Verhalt« und Sachverhalte an sich. Studien zur Grundlegung einer kritischen Auseinandersetzung mit Heideggers Seinsbegriff, Ontos Verlag
• Jean Vioulac, L’époque de la technique. Marx, Heidegger et l’accomplissement de la métaphysique, PUF
• Werner Stegmaier, Emmanuel Levinas zur Einführung, Junius
• A. J. MacDonald Jr., The World Perceived: A Theological And Phenomenological Approach To Thinking About, Perceiving, And Living In-The-World, CreateSpace Continue reading

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Life, Society, Law, and Language

We (people) tend to be very pragmatic when it comes to law in our societies. We tend toward an overwhelming majority of the group being in complete agreement on many, if not most, basic points of law. Sort of a … Continue reading

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Semiotics and Representation in Oscar Wilde’s: The Picture of Dorian Grey

Semiotics and Representation in Oscar Wilde’s: The Picture of Dorian Grey Thesis statement: Using the theories of semiotics and representation, I will demonstrate Oscar Wilde’s use of signs and representations (in his novel The Picture of Dorian Grey) to create … Continue reading

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