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The Nietzschean Temptation: Gilles Deleuze and the Exuberance of Philosophy
(Penn State University Press, 1999)
Deleuze's book 'Neitzsche and Philosophy' and its criticism of and effect on Western philosophical thought is discussed. Topics include Deleuze's expansion of some of Neitzsche's ideas, what the book reveals about Deleuze, ...
Reciprocity and the Guaranteed Income
This paper questions what could be the oldest principle in U.S. politics: "(s)he who does not work will not eat." In 1608, twelve years before the pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Rock, Captain John Smith established this ...
Revolution Revisited: the Structuralist-Voluntarist Debate
(Cambridge University Press, 1999)
There are three ideal types of revolutions: spontaneous, planned and negotiated. The role and importance of structural factors versus human agency vary according to the general category to which a particular revolution ...
What Stands Between the Palestinians and Democracy?
(Middle East Forum, 1999)
Can the state-building currently underway in the region of the Palestinian Authority (PA) avoid the brutal dictatorships and lack of basic civil and political liberties that prevail throughout most of the Middle East? If ...