Announcing the Publication of Borderless Philosophy 5 (2022), Special Topic Issue: “The End of Analytic Philosophy and/or Continental Philosophy, Yes or No? And If Yes, Then What’s Beyond?”
By The BP Editorial Team
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Babette Babich (Fordham University USA), “The Analytic-Continental Divide: ‘An Idea No Longer of Any Use … Superfluous … Let Us Abolish It!’,” 1–47: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/bp5-2022-babette-babich-the-analytic-continental-divide-let-us-abolish-it-1-47
2. Robert Hanna (Independent philosopher USA), “Six Studies in The Decline and Fall of Professional Academic Philosophy, And A Real and Relevant Alternative,” 48–130: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/bp-5-2022-robert-hanna-six-studies-in-the-decline-and-fall-of-professional-philosophy-48-130
3. Andreas Keller (Independent philosopher DE), “Some Theses About Philosophy,” 131–146: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/bp5-2022-andreas-keller-some-theses-about-philosophy-131-146
4. John McCumber (University of California, Los Angeles USA), “Overcoming the Analytic/Continental Split: An Institutional Approach,” 147–160: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/bp-5-2022-john-mccumber-overcoming-the-analytic-continental-split-147-160
5. Otto Paans (Independent philosopher NL), “Cold Reason, Creative Subjectivity: From Scientism and The Mechanistic Worldview To Expressive Organicism,” 161–212: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/bp-5-2022-otto-paans-from-scientism-and-mechanism-to-expressive-organicism-161-212
6. George Saad (Memorial University CA), “Being and Human Being: Reflections and Projections Upon A Philosophical Tradition,” 213–223: https://www.cckp.space/single-post/bp-5-2022-george-saad-being-and-being-human-213-223
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