Passion, Death, and Spirituality: The Philosophy of Robert C. Solomon
Author: David Sherman
Additional Authors: Kathleen Higgins
Robert C. Solomon, who died in 2007, was Professor of Philosophy and Quincy Lee Centennial Professor of Business at the University of Texas, USA. As the first book comprehensively to examine the breadth of Solomonís contribution to philosophy, this volume ranks as a vital addition to the literature. It includes a newly published transcript of Solomonís last talk, which responded to Arindam Chakrabarti on the concept of revenge, as well as the considered views of prominent figures in the numerous subfields in which Solomon worked.
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German Idealism, Critical Theory, Existential Phenomenology, Political Philosophy
"Collier's Communitarian Capitalism," Ethical Theory and Moral Practice (2019), Online First (DOI: 10.1007/s10677-019-10015-9)
"Foucault's Neoliberal Ideology," The European Journal of Philosophy (2019), Online First (DOI: 10.1111/ejop. 12429)
"Sartre and his German Influences," in The Sartrean Mind (Eschleman, Mui, Perrin, eds.), Routledge (2019), forthcoming
"Sartre's Dialectical Methodology," Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 48(2) (2017): 116-134
"Adorno's Negative Dialectics," Philosophy Compass 11(7) (2016): 353-363
"Ethics and the Reach of Actually Existing Capitalist Markets," Moral Philosophy and Politics 2(2) (2015): 333-355
"Can Liberal Egalitarianism Justify a Basic Income?," Homo Oeconomicus 31(1/2) (2014): 77-108
Camus (Blackwell Great Minds Series, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2009).
Sartre and Adorno: The Dialectics of Subjectivity (SUNY Series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy, State University of New York Press, 2007).
The Blackwell Guide to Continental Philosophy (co-editor with Robert C. Solomon, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers, 2003).