Greg Charak

From the Urban Horizon to Logical Space: Notes On Contemporary Pedagogical Philosophy

I The first part of this essay attempted to portray an extraordinary, though often overlooked continuity in the history of social philosophy.[1] Understood as an attempt to dissolve intrigue through the clearing of occluded horizons, we compared the social-philosophical attempts of ancient Athens and turn-of-the-century Vienna by describing the affinities between reflection and reduction. In …
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