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PHIL 6293 : Contemporary Continental Philosophy
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Contemporary Continental Philosophy
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Contemporary Continental Phil.
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Focus on several powerful philosophical concepts introduced by late twentieth/early twenty-first-century continental scholars, and the influence these scholars have had upon one another. Critical examination of the theoretical resources the works provide in articulating some of the most urgent ethical, social, and political demands of contemporary human existence.
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