Philosophy

Shira Wolosky, “Badiou, Paul, and Anti-Judaism: Post-Identity and the Abuse of Ethics,” Telos 175 (Summer 2016).

Zoltan Balasz, “Purity in Political Thinking,” Telos 169 (Winter 2014).

Johnny Brennan, “Imagination, Prophecy, and Morality: The Limits of Spinoza’s Theory of Political Myth,” Telos 169 (Winter 2014).

Dimitris Gakis, “Wittgenstein and Marx on Reification, Language, and Commonality,” Telos 169 (Winter 2014).

Robert Wyllie, “Kierkegaard’s Critique of the Public Sphere,” Telos 166 (Spring 2014).

Matthew J. Smetona, “Hegel and Marx on the Spurious Infinity of Modern Civil Society,” Telos 166 (Spring 2014).

Jade Larissa Schiff, “Liberalism and the Question: Strauss and Derrida on Politics and Philosophy,” Telos 166 (Spring 2014).

Chris Hackett, “Philosophy From Oracles: Heraclitus, Aquinas, and Heidegger on the Metaphysics of Prolēpsis” Telos 163 (Summer 2013).

Juan Carlos Donado, “Chiasms in Meditation or Toward the Notion of Cartesian Fiction” Telos 162 (Spring 2013).

Paul di Georgio, “Contingency and Necessity in the Genealogy of Morality” Telos 162 (Spring 2013).

Rahul Govind, “The Fade-out of the Political Subject: From Locke to Mill” Telos 162 (Spring 2013).

Santiago Zabala, “Hermeneutic Communism: An Interview with Santiago Zabala” Telos 161 (Winter 2012).

Michael Marder, “After the Fire: The Politics of Ashes” Telos 161 (Winter 2012).

Adrian Pabst, “The Politics of Paradox: Metaphysics Beyond “Political Ontology”” Telos 161 (Winter 2012).

Paul Rekret, “The Impasse of Post-Metaphysical Political Theory: On Derrida and Foucault” Telos 161 (Winter 2012).

Penelope Deutscher, “Sacred Fecundity: Agamben, Sexual Difference, and Reproductive Life” Telos 161 (Winter 2012).

Aryeh Botwinick, “Liberal Democracy, Negative Theory, and Circularity: Plato and John Rawls” Telos 161 (Winter 2012).

Gianni Vattimo, “Democracy and Hermeneutics” Telos 161 (Winter 2012).

Kevin S. Amidon and Zachary Gray Sanderson, “On Subjectivity and the Risk Pool; or, Žižek’s Lacuna” Telos 160 (Fall 2012).

Robbie Duschinsky, “Pure and Impure in the Philosophy of Giorgio Agamben” Telos 160 (Fall 2012).

Ryan Gunderson, “Horkheimer’s Pessimism and Compassion” Telos 160 (Fall 2012).

Geoffrey Holsclaw, “At a Distance to the State: On the Politics of Hobbes and Badiou” Telos 160 (Fall 2012).

Eva Geulen, “Passion in Prose” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Paul Fleming, “On the Edge of Non-Contingency: Anecdotes and the Lifeworld” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Anselm Haverkamp, “The Scandal of Metaphorology” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Dirk Mende, “Histories of Technicization: On the Relation of Conceptual History and Metaphorology in Hans Blumenberg” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Rüdiger Campe, “Contingencies in Blumenberg and Luhmann” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Kirk Wetters, “Working Over Philosophy: Hans BlumenbergÕs Reformulations of the Absolute” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Herbert Kopp-Oberstebrink, “Between Terror and Play: The Intellectual Encounter of Hans Blumenberg and Jacob Taubes” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Brad Tabas, “Blumenberg, Politics, Anthropology” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

Helmut Müller-Sievers, “Kyklophorology: Hans Blumenberg and the Intellectual History of Technics” Telos 158 (Spring 2012).

David Randall, “Humean Aesthetics and the Rhetorical Public Sphere” Telos 157 (Winter 2011).

Jeffrey Bussolini, “Ongoing Founding Events in Carl Schmitt and Giorgio Agamben” Telos 157 (Winter 2011).

Ulrike Kistner, “The Exception and the Rule: Fictive, Real, Critical” Telos 157 (Winter 2011).

Pedro Blas González, “Czesław Miłosz: Old-World Values Confront Late-Modern Nihilism” Telos 156 (Fall 2011).

James V. Schall, “A Catholic Reading of the Gorgias of Plato” Telos 157 (Winter 2011).

Somogy Varga, “The Paradox of Authenticity” Telos 156 (Fall 2011).

Marcelo Hoffman, “Containments of the Unpredictable in Arendt and Foucault” Telos 154 (Spring 2011).

Michael Marder, “”Gianni Vattimo, From Z to A”” Telos 154 (Spring 2011).

Gianni Vattimo, “From Dialogue to Conflict” Telos 154 (Spring 2011).

Rahul Govind, “”Equality, Right, and Identity: Rethinking the Contract through Hobbes and Marx”” Telos 154 (Spring 2011).

David Randall, “Empiricism, the New Rhetoric, and the Public Sphere” Telos 154 (Spring 2011).

Alice Ormiston, “A Tragic Desire: Rousseau and the Modern Democratic Project” Telos 154 (Spring 2011).

Franklin Hugh Adler, “The Hermeneutics of Civility” Telos 152 (Fall 2010).

Dimitri Ginev, “The Erotic Attitude Toward Nature and Cognitive Existentialism” Telos 152 (Fall 2010).

Sigrid Weigel, “Between the Philosophy of Religion and Cultural History: Susan Taubes on the Birth of Tragedy and the Negative Theology of Modernity” Telos 150 (Spring 2010).

Chantal Bax, “Wittgenstein and the Fate of Theory” Telos 150 (Spring 2010).

Peter Gratton, “Derrida and the Limits of Sovereign Reason: Freedom, Equality, but not Fraternity,” Telos 148 (Fall 2009).

Rossen I. Roussev, “Philosophy and the Transition from Theory to Practice: A Response to Recent Concerns for Critical Thinking,” Telos 148 (Fall 2009).

James V. Schall, S.J., “Revelation and Political Philosophy: On Locating the Best City,” Telos 148 (Fall 2009).

Gabriella Slomp, “Thomas Hobbes, Carl Schmitt, and the event of Conscription,” Telos 147 (Summer 2009).

Vincent Lloyd, “On Gillian Rose and Love,” Telos 143 (Summer 2008).

Timothy Martinez, “Alain Badiou: Infidelity to Truth and the Name of Evil,” Telos 141 (Winter 2007).

Christian Sieg, “Kantian Meditations on the Experience of Modernity,” Telos 140 (Fall 2007).

Tod Lindberg, “The Oldest Law: Rediscovering the Minos,” Telos 138 (Spring 2007).

Zoltán Balázs, “Greatness as the Integrative Value of Politics,” Telos 137 (Winter 2006).

Tim Luke, “Alterity or Antimodernism: A Response to Versluis,” Telos 137 (Winter 2006).

James Schall, “On Choosing Not to See,” Telos 136 (Summer 2006).

Aryeh Botwinick, “A Monotheistic Ethics: The Mishnah of Ben Zoma as a Case in Point,” Telos 134 (Spring 2006).

Philip Goodchild, “Truth and Utopia,” Telos 134 (Spring 2006).

Mark North, “Chastened, Not Stirred: The ‘Secret Agents’ of Literature Departments Reap What They Sow,” Telos 134 (Spring 2006).

Mika Ojakangas, “Philosophies of ‘Concrete’ Life,” Telos 132 (Fall 2005).

Robert D’Amico, “Laws and Concepts,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005).

Alain de Benoist, “Our American Friend Paul Piccone was a Free Spirit and a Loud Talker,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005).

Paul Piccone, Telos in Canada: Interview with Paul Piccone,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005)

Catherine Pickstock, “The Poetics of the Eucharist,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005).

Peter A. Redpath, “The Italian Humanism of Paul Piccone,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005).

Paul Gottfried, “Remembering Paul Piccone,” Telos 131 (Summer 2005).

Geoff Boucher, “The Antinomies of Žižek,” Telos 129 (Fall-Winter 2004).

Jay Gupta, “Freedom of the Void: Hegel and Nietzsche on the Politics of Nihilism: Toward a Critical Understanding of 9/11,” Telos 129 (Fall-Winter 2004).

Slavoj Žižek, “Ethical Socialism? No, Thanks!” Telos 129 (Fall-Winter 2004).

Catherine Pickstock, “Eros and Emergence,” Telos 127 (Spring 2004).

Daniel R. Gandy-Jordan, “Plato: Utopian or Physician,” Telos 126 (Winter 2003).

Christopher Long, “Between the Universal and the Singular in Aristotle,” Telos 126 (Winter 2003).

Adrian Pabst, “The Unity of the Platonic City,” Telos 126 (Winter 2003).

Alain de Benoist, “On Politics,” Telos 125 (Fall 2002).

Luigi Marco Bassani, “The Bankruptcy of the Republican School,” Telos 124 (Summer 2002).

David Gross, “Vanishing Worlds: On Dealing with What is Passing Away,” Telos 124 (Summer 2002).

Claude Karnoouh, “On the Genealogy of Globalization,” Telos 124 (Summer 2002).

Daniel Pellerin, “Nietzsche’s Affirming Negation of Christianity,” Telos 124 (Summer 2002).

Arthur Versluis, “Antignosticism and the Origins of Totalitarianism,” Telos 124 (Summer 2002).

Donald C. Hodges and Christopher A. Pynes, “On Plato’s Republic,” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

Michael Mack, “Richard Wagner and the Trajectory of German Philosophy,” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

Dominic Moran, “Decisions, Decisions: Derrida on Kierkegaard and Abraham,” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

Amos Morris-Reich, “Simmel’s and Lacan’s Ethics of the Exception,” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

Catherine Pickstock, “The Problem of Reported Speech: Friendship and Philosophy in Plato’s Lysis and Symposium,” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

Mary-Jane Rubenstein, “Relationality: The Gift After Ontotheology,” Telos 123 (Spring 2002).

Scott D. Moringiello, “The Currency of Education,” Telos 122 (Winter 2002).

Christopher P. Long and Richard A. Lee, Jr., “Between Reification and Mystification: Rethinking the Economy of Principles,” Telos 120 (Summer 2001).

Nicholas Meriwether, “Discourse Ethics and the Problem of Oppression,” Telos 119 (Spring 2001).

Anthony King, “Legitimating Post-Fordism: A Critique of Anthony Giddens’ Later Works,” Telos 115 (Spring 1999).

John Michael, “Making A Stand: Standpoint Epistemologies, Political Positions, Proposition 187,” Telos 108 (Summer 1996).

Dick Pels, “Strange Standpoints: Or, How to Define the Situation for Situated Knowledge,” Telos 108 (Summer 1996).

Catherine Pickstock, “Plato’s Deconstruction of Derrida,” Telos 107 (Spring 1996).

Anthony M. Matteo, “In Defense of Moral Realism,” Telos 106 (Winter 1996).

Luciano Pellicani, “Methodological Individualism,” Telos 104 (Summer 1995).

Paul Piccone, “Postmodern Populism,” Telos 103 (Spring 1995).

Sergio Benvenuto, “Paul K. Feyerabend (1934-1994) Search for Abundance,” Telos 102 (Winter 1995).

Paul K. Feyerabend, “Three Interviews with Paul K. Feyerabend,” Telos 102 (Winter 1995).

Renato Parascandolo, “Three Interviews with Paul K. Feyerabend,” Telos 102 (Winter 1995).

Vittorio Hšsle, “Three Interviews with Paul K. Feyerabend,” Telos 102 (Winter 1995).

Robert D’Amico, “What was Telos All About?,” Telos 101 (Fall 1994).

Paul Piccone, “From the New Left to the New Populism,” Telos 101 (Fall 1994).

Sergio Benvenuto, “An Interview with Christopher Lasch,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Peggy Brawer, “An Interview with Christopher Lasch,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Christopher Lasch, “An Interview with Christopher Lasch,” Telos 97 (Fall 1993).

Sergio Benvenuto, “Hermes-Hestia: The Hearth and the Angel as a Philo- sophical Paradigm,” Telos 96 (Summer 1993).

Nino Langiulli, “On the Location of Socrates’ Feet or the Immanence of Transcendence,” Telos 96 (Summer 1993).

Willi Goetschel, “The Differential Character of Traditions,” Telos 95 (Spring 1993).

Ivan Chvatik, “Solidarity of the Shaken,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Aviezer Tucker, “Waiting for Meciar,” Telos 94 (Winter 1992-93).

Gérard Raulet, “The New Utopia: Communication Technologies,” Telos 87 (Spring 1991).

Danilo Zolo, “Autopoiesis: Critique of a Postmodern Paradigm,” Telos 86 (Winter 1990-91).

Russell A. Berman, “Troping to Pretoria: The Rise and Fall of Deconstruction,” Telos 85 (Fall 1990).

Sabine Wilke, “Adorno and Derrida on Husserl,” Telos 84 (Summer 1990).

Alexander Weber, “Lyotard’s Combative Theory of Discourse,” Telos 83 (Spring 1990).

Klaus Lichtblau, “Eros and Culture: Gender Theory in Simmel, Tšnnies and Weber,” Telos 82 (Winter 1989-90).

Eleni Mahaira-Odoni, “Sartre’s Paradox,” Telos 81 (Fall 1989).

Eleni Mahaira-Odoni, “Sartre Revisited,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Newton Garver, “Wittgenstein at 100,” Telos 80 (Summer 1989).

Fredrick Appel, “The Rationality of Traditions,” Telos 77 (Fall 1988).

Tom Good, “The Posthumous Sartre,” Telos 77 (Fall 1988).

Robert D’Amico, “The Hidden Telos,” Telos 75 (Spring 1988).

Luciano Pellicani, “Weber and the Myth of Calvinism,” Telos 75 (Spring 1988).

Martin Jander, “Alienation, Freedom and Utopia: Interveiw with AndrŽ Gorz,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Rainer Maischein, “Alienation, Freedom and Utopia: Interveiw with AndrŽ Gorz,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Alex Delfini, “Our Mitchell Franklin,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Paul Piccone, “Our Mitchell Franklin,” Telos 70 (Winter 1986-1987).

Eleni Mahari-Odoni, “Anna Boschetti, ‘Sartre et ‘Les Temps Modernes’ ‘,” Telos 69 (Fall 1986).

Rainer Rochlitz, “Ernst Bloch, ‘Briefe: 1906-1975’,” Telos 69 (Fall 1986).

Robert C. Ulin, “John Fekete, ed., ‘The Structural Allegory: Reconstructive Encounters with the New French Thought’,” Telos 69 (Fall 1986).

Barton Byg, “Nietzsche after 1968: A Conference Report,” Telos 68 (Summer 1986).

Robert D’Amico, “Going Relativist,” Telos 67 (Spring 1986).

Dick Howard, “In the Wake of Kant: A Conference Report,” Telos 67 (Spring 1986).

Jean-Francois Lyotard, “On Terror and the Sublime,” Telos 67 (Spring 1986).

Rainer Rochlitz, “The Missed Meeting: A Conference Report on French and German Philosophy,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

Alan Sica, “Hans Joas, ‘G.H. Mead: A Contemporary Re-Examination of His Thought’,” Telos 66 (Winter 1985-86).

Joan Roelofs, “Fourier and Computer Dating,” Telos 65 (Fall 1985).

Christa Bürger, “The Reality of ‘Machines’: Notes on Rhizome-Thinking,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Alessandro Ferrara, “A Critique of Habermas’ Diskursethik,” Telos 64 (Summer 1985).

Karey Harrison, “Richard Bernstein, ‘Beyond Objectivism and Relativism: Science, Hermeneutics and Praxis’,” Telos 63 (Spring 1985).

Joel Whitebook, “Cornelius Castoriadis, ‘Crossroads in the Labyrinth’,” Telos 63 (Spring 1985).

Nicolae Tertulian, “Lukács, Adorno and German Classical Philosophy,” Telos 63 (Spring 1985).

Richard Wolin, “Modernism vs. Postmodernism,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984-85).

Kenneth Asher, “Deconstruction’s Use and Abuse of Nietzsche,” Telos 62 (Winter 1984Ð85).

Noberto Bobbio, “The Future of Democracy,” Telos 61 (Fall 1984).

Alan Sica, “Maurice A. Finocchiaro, ‘Galileo and the Art of Reasoning’,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

Eleni Mahaira-Odoni, “Peter Caws, ‘Sartre’; Douglas Collins, ‘Sartre as a Biographer’; Gila J. Hayim, ‘The Existential Sociology of Jean-Paul Sartre’,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

Maurice A. Finocchiaro, “Antonio Labriola, ‘Socialism and Philosophy’,” Telos 49 (Fall 1981).

James Schmidt, “Recent Hegel Literature, Part II: The Jena Period and the Phenomenology of Spirit,” Telos 48 (Summer 1981).

David James Fisher, “John Sturrock, ed., ‘Structuralism and Since: From Levi-Strauss to Derrida’,” Telos 48 (Summer 1981).

Robert D’Amico, “Marvin Farber (1901-1980),” Telos 46 (Winter 1980-81).

Sang-ki Kim, “Marvin Farber (1901-1980),” Telos 46 (Winter 1980-81).

Paul Piccone, “Marvin Farber (1901-1980),” Telos 46 (Winter 1980-81).

James Schmidt, “Recent Hegel Literature: General Surveys and the Young Hegel,” Telos 46 (Winter 1980-81).

Larry Vaughan, “Andrew Jaszi, ‘Erkenntnis und Wirklichkeit. Grundlagenkritische Voruntersuchungen’,” Telos 45 (Fall 1980).

Allan Janik, “Philosophical Sources of Wittgenstein’s Ethics,” Telos 44 (Summer 1980).

Alain Manville, “Hegel and Metaphysics,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Ronald Bain, “Donald J. Munro, ‘The Concept of Man in Contemporary China’,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Peter C. Beilharz, “Eugene Kamenka and Martin Krygier, eds., ‘Bureaucracy – The Career of a Concept’,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Hans-Martin Lohmann, “Society versus the State,” Telos 42 (Winter 1979-80).

Murray Bookchin, “Self-Management and the New Technology,” Telos 41 (Fall 1979).

Antonio Gramsci, “Science and ‘Scientific’ Ideologies,” Telos 41 (Fall 1979).

Ulrich Steinvorth, “The Ideological Sources of Wittgenstein’s Ethics,” Telos 41 (Fall 1979).

Heinz-Joachim Heydorn, “Gustav Landauer,” Telos 41 (Fall 1979).

William M. Berg, “On Wittgenstein and Ethics: Reply to Levi,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Albert W. Levi, “Wittgenstein Once More,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Thomas Rudebush, “On Wittgenstein and Ethics: Reply to Levi,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Steven S. Schwarzschild, “Wittgenstein as Alienated Jew,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Douglas Collins, “Dominick LaCapra, ‘A Preface to Sartre’,” Telos 40 (Summer 1979).

Ferenc Feher, “Lukacs in Weimar,” Telos 39 (Spring 1979).

Albert W. Levi, “The Sources of Wittgenstein’s Ethics,” Telos 38 (Winter 1978-79).

James Miller, “Some Implications of Nietzsche’s Thought for Marxism,” Telos 37 (Fall 1978).

Martin Plaut, “Positivism in Poulantzas,” Telos 36 (Summer 1978).

Alan M. Sica, “Hans-Georg Gadamer, ‘Truth and Method’; Hans-Georg Gadamer, ‘Philosophical Hermeneutics’; Hans-Georg Gadamer, ‘Hegel’s Dialectic: Five Hermeneutical Studies’,” Telos 34 (Winter 1977-78).

Tom Good, “Bernard-Henri Levy, ‘La Barbarie a visage humain’,” Telos 34 (Winter 1977-78).

Telos Staff, “In Memory of Ernst Bloch,” Telos 33 (Fall 1977).

Oskar Negt, “The Omen of October,” Telos 33 (Fall 1977).

Michel Rybalka, “Introduction to ‘La Nouvelle Philosophie’,” Telos 33 (Fall 1977).

Andre Glucksmann, “An Interview with Andre Glucksmann,” Telos 33 (Fall 1977).

Agnes Heller, “On the New Adventures of the Dialectic,” Telos 31 (Spring 1977).

Thomas Trendelemberg, “Report on the Fourth Biennial Meeting of the Hegel Society Of America,” Telos 30 (Winter 1976-77).

Lucien Goldmann, “The Epistemology of Sociology,” Telos 30 (Winter 1976-77).

Claude Lefort, “Presenting Merleau-Ponty,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Maurice Merleau-Ponty, “Philosophy and Non-Philosophy Since Hegel,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Hugh J. Silverman, “Re-Reading Merleau-Ponty,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Ferenc Feher, “Notes on Lukacs’ Ontology,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Agnes Heller, “Notes on LukacsÕ Ontology,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Gyorgy Markus, “Notes on LukacsÕ Ontology,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Mihály Vajda, “Notes on LukacsÕ Ontology,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

John Broughton, “Joseph Gabel, ‘False Consciousness’,” Telos 29 (Fall 1976).

Stephen S. Bernow, “Ecology of Scientific Consciousness,” Telos 28 (Summer 1976).

Paul D. Raskin, “Ecology of Scientific Consciousness,” Telos 28 (Summer 1976).

William W. Mayrl, “Lucien Goldmann, ‘The Philosophy of the Enlightenment’,” Telos 27 (Spring 1976).

Duncan Smith, “Hans Peter Duerr, ‘Ni Dieu- ni Metre’,” Telos 27 (Spring 1976).

John Hargreaves, “Paul K. Feyerband, ‘Against Method’,” Telos 27 (Spring 1976).

Richard Winfield, “The Logic of Marx’s Captial,” Telos 27 (Spring 1976).

Peter A. Victor, “M. Hollis, E.J. Neill, ‘Rational Economic Man’,” Telos 26 (Winter 1975-76).

Richard Winfield, “The Young Hegel and the Dialectic of Social Production,” Telos 26 (Winter 1975-76).

Istvan Meszaros, “From `The Legend of Truth’ to a ‘True Legend’: Phases of Satre’s Development,” Telos 25 (Fall 1975 ).

Sandor Radnoti, “Bloch and Lukacs: Two Radical Critics in a `God- Forsaken World’,” Telos 25 (Fall 1975).

Pat Murray, “H.S. Harris, ‘Hegel’s Development: Toward the Sunlight’,” Telos 24 (Summer 1975).

Ben Agger, “Lucio Colletti, ‘Marxism and Hegel’,” Telos 24 (Sumer 1975).

Robert D’Amico, “Frederic Jameson, ‘The Prison House of Language’; Victor Erlich, ‘Russian Formalism: History, Doctrine’,” Telos 22 (Winter 1974-75).

John O’Neill , “Raya Dunayevskaya, ‘Philosophy and Revolution’,” Telos 22 (Winter 1974-75).

Paul Piccone, “Maria Antoinetta Macciocchi, ‘Per Gramsci’,” Telos 22 (Winter 1974-75).

Andrew Arato, “The Neo-Idealist Defense of Subjectivity,” Telos 21 (Fall 1974).

Ernst Bloch, “Causality and Finality as Active Objectifying Categories: Categories of Transmission,” Telos 21 (Fall 1974).

Burghart Schmidt, “The Political Character of Epistemological Categories: Introduction to Bloch,” Telos 21 (Fall 1974).

Ronald Aronson, “L’Idiot de la Famille: The Ultimate Satre?,” Telos 20 (Summer 1974).

Joshua Fogel, “Frederic Wakeman, Jr., ‘History and Will’ ,” Telos 20 (Summer 1974).

Jan Patocka, “On the Principle of Scientific Conscience,” Telos 18 (Winter 1973-74).

Robert D’Amico, “The Contours and Coupures of Structuralist Theory,” Telos 17 (Fall 1973).

Ronald Aronson, “Sartre’s Individualist Social Theory,” Telos 16 (Summer 1973).

Mark Poster, “The Hegel Renaissance,” Telos 16 (Summer 1973).

John Heckman, “Hyppolite and the Hegel Revival in France,” Telos 16 (Summer 1973).

Thomas Ferguson, “The Political Economy of Knowledge and the Changing Politics of the Philosophy of Science,” Telos 15 (Spring 1973).

Mihaly Vajda, “Antonio Gramsci, ‘Prison Notebooks’,” Telos 15 (Spring 1973).

Peter Kauber, “Morton White, ‘Documents in the History of American Philosophy’; Morton White, ‘Science and Sentiment in America’,” Telos 14 (Winter 1972).

Ronald Aronson, “Interpreting Husserl and Heidegger: The Root of Satre’s Thought,” Telos 13 (Fall 1972).

Robert D’Amico, “Jean Piaget, ‘Epistemologie des Sciences de l’Homme’,” Telos 13 (Fall 1972).

Karel Kosik, “Our Present Crisis,” Telos 13 (Fall 1972).

Karel Kovanda, “Introduction to Kosik’s ‘Our Present Crisis’,” Telos 13 (Fall 1972).

James Schmidt, “Introduction to Kosik’s ‘Our Present Crisis’,” Telos 13 (Fall 1972).

Georg Lukács, “The New Edition of Lassalle’s Letters (1925),” Telos 11 (Spring 1972).

Andrew Feenberg, “Reification and the Antinomies of Socialist Thought,” Telos 10 (Winter 1971).

Georg Lukács, “Moses Hess and the Problems of the Idealist Dialectic (1926),” Telos 10 (Winter 1971).

Jean-Paul Sartre, “Replies to Structuralism: An Interview,” Telos 9 (Fall 1971).

Enzo Paci, “History and Phenomenology in Hegel’s Thought,” Telos 8 (Summer 1971).

Tran Duc Thao, “The Phenomenology of Mind and its Real Content,” Telos 8 (Summer 1971).

Gianni Trogu, “Vasco Ronchi’s Revolution in Optics,” Telos 8 (Summer 1971).

Val Dusek, “Conference on ‘Hegel and the Sciences’,” Telos 7 (Spring 1971).

Ben Mijuskovic, “A Reinterpretation of Being in Hegel’s Science of Logic,” Telos 6 (Fall 1970).

Tran Duc Thao, “The Rational Kernel in the Hegelian Dialectic,” Telos 6 (Fall 1970).

Richard Moss, “Eugenio Donato & Richard Macksey, eds., ‘The Language Criticism and the Sciences of Man: The Structuralist Controversy’,” Telos 6 (Fall 1970).

James Hansen, “On Misunderstanding Hegel,” Telos 5 (Spring 1970).

Michael Kosok, “The Dynamics of Paradox,” Telos 5 (Spring 1970).

David Gross, “George Boas, ‘The History of Ideas’,” Telos 5 (Spring 1970).

Van Dusek, “Ampliative Inference, Abduction and Philosophical Dialectics,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).

Galileo Galilei, “Against the Aristoteleans (1623),” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).

Michael Kosok, “A Note on ‘Dialectical Logic Today’,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).

Paul Piccone, “Science, Art and Revolution: Introduction to Galileo as a Poet,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).

Andrew McLaughlin , “Gerald Radnitzky, ‘Contemporary Schools of Metascience’,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).

Peter Kauber, “Sidney Hook and the Contemporary World ,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).

Joseph Burgess, “B.V. Birjukov, ‘Two Soviet Studies on Frege’,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).

Mitchell Franklin, “G. Heyden, ed., ‘Die Philosophische Lehre von Karl Marx unde ihre Aktualle Bedeutung’,” Telos 4 (Fall 1969).

Paul K. Feyerabend, “Linguistic Arguments and Scientific Method,” Telos 3 (Spring 1969).

Dale Riepe, “The Collapse of American Philosophical Naturalism (1920-50),” Telos 3 (Spring 1969).

Silvia Federici, “Oswalt Ducrot, ‘Qu’est-ce que le Structuralisme?’,” Telos 3 (Spring 1969).

David DeGrood, “Arthur Danto, ‘What Philosophy Is’,” Telos 3 (Spring 1969).

Paul Piccone, “Robert Havamann, ‘Dialektik ohne Dogma?’,” Telos 2 (Fall 1968).

William F. Edwards, “Robert Mondolfo, ‘Figure e Idee della filosofia del Rinascimento’,” Telos 2 (Fall 1968).

J. C. Robbins, “Does Corroboration Entail Induction?,” Telos 1 (Spring 1968).

William F. Edwards, “Averroism and the Development of the Modern Concept of Science ,” Telos 1 (Spring 1968).

Sylvia Federici, ” Enzo Paci, ‘Relazioni e Significati’,” Telos 1 (Spring 1968).