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“Was he right?” R. G. Collingwood’s rapprochement between philosophy and history (2017)
Journal Article
Fear, C. (2017). “Was he right?” R. G. Collingwood’s rapprochement between philosophy and history. Journal of the Philosophy of History, 11(3), 408-424. https://doi.org/10.1163/18722636-12341382

R. G. Collingwood’s declaration that belief in “eternal questions” in philosophy is “merely a vulgar error, consequent on a kind of historical myopia which, deceived by superficial resemblances, failed to detect profound differences” has been vigorou... Read More about “Was he right?” R. G. Collingwood’s rapprochement between philosophy and history.

William E. Connolly's politics of complexity: a critique (2017)
Journal Article
Fear, C. (2017). William E. Connolly's politics of complexity: a critique. Review of Politics, 79(1), 73-98. https://doi.org/10.1017/s0034670516000735

In recent years, William E. Connolly has argued that the phenomenon of complexity in the physical sciences carries radical implications for political theory: namely, that political theorists should now be revising their concepts of agency, responsibi... Read More about William E. Connolly's politics of complexity: a critique.


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