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Inquiry 1992: Vol 35 Table of ContentsFounder
EDITOR Alastair Hannay FOUNDED BY Arne Naess
EDITORIAL BOARD Paul M. Churchland, University of California, San Diego; Stephen R. L. Clark, University of Liverpool; G. A. Cohen, All Souls College, Oxford; Hubert L. Dreyfus, University of California, Berkeley; Jon Elster, University of Chicago; Dagfinn Fgllesdal, Stanford University and University of Oslo; Helge Hgibraaten, University of Trondheim; Anthony O’Hear, University of
Bradford; Charles Taylor, McGill University
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ALLISON, HENRY E.: Spinoza and the Philosophy of Immanence: Reflections on Yovel’s The Adventures of Immanence
AMERIKS, KARL: Kant and Hegel on Freedom: Two New Interpretations
BORGMANN, ALBERT: The Moral Significance of the Material Culture
CALLICOTT, J. BAIRD: Can a Theory of Moral Sentiments Support a Genuinely Normative ST ins nk irnduiidstevhsnaesalahienmiersesbencivnnes
COLLIER, CHARLES W-.: Intellectual Authority and Institutional Authority
DUMOUCHEL, PAUL: Gilbert Simondon’s Plea for a Philosophy of Technology
EZRAHI, YARON: Technology and the Civil
Epistemology of Democracy FALK, BARRIE: Wittgenstein on What One Meant and
What One Would Have Said FEENBERG, ANDREW: Subversive Rationalization:
Technology, Power, and Democracy
FELDMAN, SEYMOUR: Spinoza: A Marrano of IIIT si blichAdninitibecrendicdbebiihaeh ide dslinsbiteasonntpberencetene
IHDE, DON: Image Technologies and Traditional Culture KLEIN, DANIEL B.: Go Ahead and Let Him Try: A
Plea for Egonomic Laissez-faire LONGINO, HELEN E.: Knowledge, Bodies, and Values:
Reproductive Technologies and their Scientific Context .. POOLE, ROSS: Living with Reason SCHACHT, RICHARD: Adventures of Immanence
Revisited TIJMES, PIETER: The Archimedean Point and
Eccentricity: Hannah Arendt’s Philosophy of Science and Technology
WINNER, LANGDON: Citizen Virtues in a
Technological Order YOVEL, YIRMIYAHU: Spinoza and Other Heretics:
Reply to Critics
Sharpe, Making the Human Mind)
COOPER, DAVID E.: Inverting the Image: Dreyfus’s Commentary on Heidegger (Hubert L. Dreyfus, Being-
in-the-World: A Commentary on Heidegger’s Being and
Time, Division 1) GILLETT, GRANT: Unpacking the Black Box of
Cognition (D. W. Hamlyn, Jn and Out of the Black Box:
On the Philosophy of Cognition)
GRANT, ROBERT: The Politics of Equilibrium
(Torbjérn Tannsj6, Conservatism for Our Time) LUNTLEY, MICHAEL: Practice Makes Knowledge?
(Pierre Bourdieu, The Logic of Practice) PERSSON, INGMAR: The Indeterminacy and
Insignificance of Personal Identity (Peter Unger,
Identity, Consciousness and Value) SANFORD, DAVID H.: The Anastylosis of Reason:
Fitting Together Stich’s Fragments (Stephen P. Stich, The Fragmentation of Reason: Preface to a Pragmatic Theory of Cognitive Evaluation)
Books Received