eine von F. K. Dallwey 1974 für die Stempel AG für den Bleisatz geschnittene Schreibschrift. Present. 1974...
Painting Europe’s Moral Landscapes
Edited by Wil Arts and Loek Halman
Reflections on Massimiliano Tomba’s Marx’s Temporalities
historiography focused on penetrating the phantasmagoric screen of present capitalism, critically represented as the ‘political economy of the dead’, ‘a world of commodities soaked in blood’. 1 Tomba is further concerned with how Marx gradually recognised the need for a different form of history from one that
Karen Anne McCarthy
experience, according to Cathy Caruth, constitutes “a break in the mind’s experience of time.” 3 This article’s primary focus is on the form of Veronica’s narrative, which goes some way to relaying this “break” with time. Her attempt to recount the “event” employs predominantly homodiegetic present-tense or
© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI: 10.1163/008555510X12626616014583 Research in Phenomenology 40 (2010) 34–54 brill.nl/rp R e s e a r c h i n P h e n o m e n o l o g y Th e Primacy of the Present: Metaphysical Ballast or Phenomenological Finding? Andrea Staiti Boston College Abstract In
Etienne de Villiers
This essay provides a sketch of the public role churches play in present democratic South Africa. The strong effect the transition to a democratic dispensation has had on the public role of churches and the dominant transformation approach on which the public role of many of them was based in the apartheid era is discussed first. An attempt is then made to determine the opportunity churches have to play a public role in the present South Africa. The opportunity still there to play a constructive public role is, however, not optimally utilised by all churches. Some of the reasons for this are discussed. In conclusion, a number of challenges the South African churches face regarding their public role in present South Africa are indicated.
Space, Mobility, Aesthetics
Edited by Esther Peeren, Hanneke Stuit and Astrid Van Weyenberg
in authors as diverse as Engels, Plekhanov, Korsch, Lukács and Marcuse 12 ). The early writings tend to be presented as a journey in the course of which Marx eventually reached his final philosophical position by combining various philosophical influences (primarily Hegel, Feuerbach, French
A PRESENT FOLDED BACK ON THE PAST (BERGSON) by RUDOLF BERNET University of Leuven A BSTRACT In Matter and Memory , Bergson examines the relationship between perception and mem- ory, the status of consciousness in its relation to the brain, and more generally, a pos- sible conjunction of matter
© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/156920611X564699 Historical Materialism 19.1 (2011) 145–174 brill.nl/hima Agency and Ethics, Past and Present Kelvin Knight London Metropolitan University K.Knight@londonmet.ac.uk Abstract Chris Wickham’s work appears to be motivated by an