List of Contents

1. Acting Freely: The Relationship Between Time and Freedom in Kant
2. Of Kant’s Straight Lines
3. The Concept of Potentiality: On Agamben
4. The Rule of Space
5. On Heidegger’s “The Question Concerning Technology”
6. The Force of Reason: Development in Hegel’s Philosophy of History
7. Critical Times and the Time of Critique (A lecture delivered at the University of the Philippines, July 2010)
8. The Business of Time in Psychoanalysis: Between Kant and Freud
9. Plato’s Seduction
10. Thinking Being Human: Notes on Heidegger’s “Letter on Humanism”
11. Heidegger and the Being-Possible of Death: A Reading of Part I Division II of Being and Time
12. What Is Time?: On Aristotle’s Definition of Time in Physics Book IV (Chapters 10-14)
13. Foreign Aid as Contagion: Review of Dambisa Moyo’s Dead Aid
14. Hoping Cosmopolitanism: Notes on Kant’s “Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Aim”
15. Death as Impossible Possibility: Notes on Derrida’s Critique of Heidegger’s Existential Analysis of Death 
16. What Is World?—On Boredom, Modernity, and World in Heidegger
17. Marx, Arendt, Koselleck: Modernity as Historical Consciousness
18. Underdevelopment and Historicism: W.W. Rostow and Andre Gunder Frank
19. What Is Modernity? (Kant, Marx, Arendt, Koselleck)
Image: From Manuel Ocampo’s Monuments to the Institutional Critique of Myself,Philippines, 2009.
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