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Historicity and the Politics of Predication

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I begin with a kind of phenomenological reporting of the recent war between Israel and the Hezbollah in Lebanon, in order to explain the meaning of the thesis that "historicity is predication" – meaning by that to clarify the sense in which predication is a kind of political act (for good and sufficient philosophical reasons) and how the "objective" description of an evolving war illuminates such a philosophical reading of history.

Affiliations: 1: Temple University, Philadelphia, USA

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2007-04-01
2016-09-24

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