Publication of Comparative and Continental Philosophy 13.3

We are pleased to announce the publication of Comparative and Continental Philosophy 13.3. We conclude our thirteenth year of publishing.  

Comparative and Continental Philosophy, Volume 13, Issue 3 is now available online on Taylor & Francis Online.
This new issue contains the following articles and reviews:


In this issue 13.3
Jason M. Wirth and Jennifer Liu
Philosophy—More than Ever
David Jones
On Motherhood as Ambiguity and Transcendence: Reevaluating Motherhood through the Beauvoirian Erotic
Sara Cohen Shabot
Between Heart-Mind and Names: Interrelatedness in the Chan Scholar-Monk Qisong’s Thought
Diana Arghirescu
Simone Weil’s Method: Essaying Reality through Inquiry and Action
Benjamin P. Davis
Konchalovsky, Frankl, Freedom: Reconsidering Runaway Train
Morgan Rempel
Critique as Virtue: Buddhism, Foucault, and the Ethics of Critique
Saul Tobias
Review Essays
The Truthful Inauthenticity of the Art of the Novel: Exploring History and Identity in Leonhard Praeg’s Imitation
Florian Beauvallet
Gerundive thinking in Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback’s Time in Exile
Michael Portal
Overcoming the Anthropocene: An E-Co-Affective Intervention
Josh Hayes
Making Visible: Sallis on the Landscapes of Cao Jun
David Pollard


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