Saturday, October 18, 2014

Open Access Journal: EPEKEINA. International Journal of Ontology. History and Critics

EPEKEINA. International Journal of Ontology. History and Critics
ISSN: 2281-3209
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EPEKEINA is a new biannual peer-reviewed journal published by CRF - Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Filosofica, a non-profit cultural association and independent research center founded in Palermo (Italy) in association with the local University. It covers a wide range of research on Ontology including Metaphysics, Epistemology, Ethics, History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Mind, Political Philosophy, and other relevant areas of philosophical research. It seeks to provide an international platform for scholars worldwide to exchange their most recent philosophical research. The Journal is commited to making its contents free and open to the public with the intent of supporting the global exchange of knowledge.

2014

Vol 4, No 1-2 (2014): Evil, Progress, and Fall: Moral Readings of Time and Cultural Development in Roman Literature and Philosophy

Edited by Rosa Rita Marchese and Fabio Tutrone

Table of Contents

Latin Philosophy and Culture

Introduction. Romans on Temporality: Past, Present and Future PDF
Rosa Rita Marchese, Fabio Tutrone
Vetustas, oblivio e crisi d’identità nelle Saturae Menippeae: il risveglio di Varrone in un’altra Roma PDF
Irene Leonardis
Beneficium, iustitia e imperium tra passato, presente e futuro PDF
Alice Accardi
Prima e dopo Epicuro: origine e sviluppo della civiltà nel De rerum natura di Lucrezio PDF
Francesco Staderini
Matrices of Time and the Recycling of Evil in Sallust’s Historiography PDF
Sophia Papaioannou
Time’s Path and The Historian’s Agency: Morality and Memory in Sallust’s Bellum Catilinae PDF
Aaron M. Seider
Beginnings & Endings: 146 BCE as an Imperial Moment, from Polybius to Sallust PDF
Sarah H. Davies
Veniet Tempus (QNat. 7.25): Stoic Philosophy and Roman Genealogy in Seneca's View of Scientific Progress PDF
Fabio Tutrone
At the End of Times: Human Civilization and a Roman Astrologer (Firmicus Maternus, Math. 3.2) PDF
Joanna Komorowska

Proceedings

The Negative Theology of Matter in Calcidius
Andrea Le Moli
Innominis / Omninominis: Bernard Silvestris’s Catalogue Poem as Act of Divine Naming PDF
Jason Baxter
Philosophical thought of the School of the Sextii PDF
Omar Di Paola

Notes, Reports & Interviews

Heideggers Interpretation des platonischen Sophistes PDF
Diego De Brasi, Marko J. Fuchs
Hegel and the phenomenological movement PDF
Gabriele Schimmenti
Il principio passione. Intervista a Vito Mancuso PDF
Doriana Prinzivalli

Miscellanea

Relation and Individuation in the Philosophy of Leibniz PDF
Angelo Cicatello


2013

Vol 3, No 2 (2013): Jean-Luc Nancy. L'iperbole del finito

A cura di Rosaria Caldarone, Patrizia Cecala, Giovanni Tusa

Vol 2, No 1 (2013): Ontology Revisited

Edited by Andrea Le Moli, Marco Carapezza, Pietro Giuffrida

2012

Vol 1, No 1-2 (2012): Towards a multidisciplinary foundation of Ontology

Edited by Andrea Le Moli and Pietro Giuffrida

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