CR: The New Centennial Review 17, no. 2 cover
CR: The New Centennial Review 17, no. 2

Editors’ Note

Special Issue: Subjectivities
Rosaria Caldarone, "Subjectivity and Femininity: Reading Antigone"
Juan Manuel Garrido, "Self-Determination and Personal Identity:ANote on the Prenormative Roots of Moral Action"
Danielle Cohen-Levinas, "The Corporeal Meaning of Time: Phenomenology and Literature: Lévinas, Reader of Proust"
Pablo Oyarzún R., "External Things, the Subject, and Language: Lichtenberg and Kant"
Chantal Jaquet, "From the Self to Oneself: Subject and Interiority in Spinoza"
Eduardo Molina, "Kant’s Conception of the Subject"
Hugo E. Herrera, "Salomon Maimon on the Form of Thought and Consciousness"
Hernán Pringe, "Cohen and Natorp on Transcendental and Concrete Subjectivity"
Mario Ariel González Porta, "The Critique of Psychologism and the Conception of Subjectivity in Frege"
D. J. S. Cross, "Furtive Contemplations: Self, Time, and Affect in Deleuze"
Publication Date: April 20th, 2018
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