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H-History-and-Theory

H-History-and-Theory is sponsored by the journal, History and Theory, with the objective of increasing and broadening communication among its readers and those interested in the topics discussed in its pages: critical philosophy of history; speculative philosophy of history; historiography; history of historiography; historical methodology; critical theory; time and culture; related disciplines.

Recent Content

Considering historical intersubjectivity?

In a recent article in the Journal of the Philosophy of History, James Adam Redfield [Towards a History of Presence:  Husserl's Intersubjectivity and Rouch's Montage] speaks of Husserl's notion of presence as a base for conceiving how we are at several levels of interaction with one another--the subjective, the intersubjective, and the communal.  He characterizes these levels of interaction, which are evidently either coexistent or even simultaneous in the intentionality of the person [think of Scheler's Gesamtperson' in his or her realms of intention in the midst of a life in a community] as temporalizations of

CFP: Rethinking History on "Authenticity"

Call for Papers

Theme Issue, Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice, 21:2 2017

‘Authenticity’

Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice seeks paper proposals for a theme issue devoted to the topic of ‘Authenticity’.

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