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On the Permissible Use of Force in a Kantian Dignitarian Moral and Political Setting, Or,
Seven Kantian Samurai
1. On the Permissible Use of Force in a Kantian Dignitarian Moral and Political Setting, Or, Seven Kantian Samurai

Robert Hanna; Otto Paans

Volume 13, Issue 28 , Autumn 2019, , Pages 75-93

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/jpiut.2019.35721.2400

Abstract
  On the supposition that one’s ethics and politics are fundamentally dignitarian in a broadly Kantian sense—as specifically opposed to identitarian and capitalist versions ...  Read More
How to Escape Irrelevance: Performance Philosophy, Public Philosophy and Borderless Philosophy
2. How to Escape Irrelevance: Performance Philosophy, Public Philosophy and Borderless Philosophy

Robert Hanna

Volume 12, Issue 24 , Autumn 2018, , Pages 55-82

Abstract
   Carlo Cellucci has rightly pointed out that contemporary professional academic philosophy has a serious problem of irrelevance. Performance philosophy and public philosophy are ...  Read More