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The struggle for recognition: lost before it was fought

Sofie Avery

2023-01-26 Volume 93 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Political Philosophies of Recognition • 59-70

On the relation of recognition and Bildung in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit

Marina F. Bykova

2023-01-26 Volume 93 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Political Philosophies of Recognition • 5-28

Out of measure. A reading of Sophocles’ Antigone

Alberto Andronico

2023-01-26 Volume 93 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Political Philosophies of Recognition • 29-57

Dissent as political legitimacy A discussion of the relation between power and freedom in Two Treatises of Government

Daan Van Cauwenberge

2023-01-26 Volume 93 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Political Philosophies of Recognition • 71-83

Introduction

Emiliano Acosta and Sofie Avery

2023-01-03 Volume 93 • Issue 1 • 2022 • Political Philosophies of Recognition • 3–4

Introduction

Alexander D. CARRUTH and J.T.M. MILLER

2017-01-02 Volume 92 • Issue 2 • 2017 • Strong emergence

Quantum mechanics, emergence, and fundamentality

Peter J. LEWIS

2017-01-02 Volume 92 • Issue 2 • 2017 • Strong emergence

Manipulationism and causal exclusion

Mark PEXTON

2017-01-02 Volume 92 • Issue 2 • 2017 • Strong emergence

Explanatory emergence as a guide to metaphysical structure

Elanor TAYLOR

2017-01-02 Volume 91 • Issue 1 • 2017 • Strong emergence

Topological order and emergence

Jonathan BAIN

2017-01-02 Volume 92 • Issue 2 • 2017 • Strong emergence