Lauren Freeman

In/visibility: Perspectives on Inclusion and Exclusion
Introduction

It is not otiose to assert that the themes of inclusion and exclusion adequately capture, if not define, some of the most central issues, questions, and problems that confront us today. To a great extent, social-political matters – on local, global, and virtual levels – and issues concerning selfhood, embodiment, and personal nature are determined …
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Love is Not Blind:
In/Visibility and Recognition in M. Heidegger’s Thinking

“According to the old saying of Heraclitus, struggle is the basic principle and moving force of being. But the greatest struggle is love – which provokes the deepest contest precisely in order to be and display itself in reconciliation.”[1] As the old saying goes, “love is blind.” I would like, however, to consider the opposite …
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