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THINKING OTHERWISE

7 Art Is Not a Crossword Puzzle Deric Carner “It is hard for us to admit how little control the rational and textual layers of our minds have in relation to the whole of our body and mind.”

12 A Place for Thinking
 Jeff Malpas “It is as if philosophers are blind to their own being-placed; unable to recognise the place in which their thinking originates and by which it is sustained.”

20 Thinking from a Void Michael Marder “It turns out that the site of thinking is not only the head, and not only the human or animal head at that. The entire sentient body thinks as it negotiates its dynamic sojourn in the world.”

28 Night Thoughts: Am I Dizzy, or Am I Dead? Andrea Gadberry “However ably it might navigate around some illusions or errors, cold analytic reason alone determined neither thought’s temperature nor the entirety of its potential.”

36 Visual Thinking: Art as a Form of Thought Hanneke Grootenboer “Artworks hold the capacity to philosophize on their own terms so as to offer us a thought, in addition to a narrative or a meaning.”

44 Thinking Out of Order Thomas Bartscherer “When we think, we “withdraw” from the world of appearances, in order to make present to the mind what is absent from the senses.”

52 We Do Not Know What Thinking Is: Five Heideggerian Statements Grant Farred “By guarding against falling into a bad habit, not thinking, we are now freed to undertake the work of thinking.”

58 Nietzsche’s Nostrils: or What Does Smell Think? Keren Lucy Bester “Adopting the lowliest and most animal of the senses as the source of his genius is characteristically subversive for Nietzsche.”

66 Thinking, Intimate and Cold
 Anthony Morgan “Is thinking to be considered the truest expression or the most profound negation of the human condition?”

GENERAL

73 The Philosophical Legacy of Dr. Charles W. Mills Elvira Basevich “Death brings in its wake a peculiar sense of aloneness in which one loses the image of one’s self that another held.”

78 Take it or Leave it: The Political and Epistemic Effects of Academic Freedom Naomi Waltham-Smith “The erosion of self-confidence, whether through individual prejudice or institutional and structural forms of marginalization, can have negative epistemic impacts.”

84 On Chess Dan Taylor “Unlike the solitary production of the artwork, a beautiful game requires a play of interlocking positions with a gifted partner, out of which unfold its ‘beautiful problems’.”

92 Cosmic Invalidity: E. M. Cioran and the Contagion of Nothingness Alexandre Leskanich “Bleak and uncompromising, Cioran confronts (even openly despises) a species adept at manufacturing death and disaster, a world fine-tuned to produce incomprehensible horrors.”

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