INCOMMENSURABILITY AND RELATIVISM. A DISCUSSION ABOUT PAUL FEYERABEND'S THOUGHT
Although we are gathered here at Boston University to commemorate Paul Feyerabend, we would nevertheless be hard put to deny a certain sulfurous odor surrounding his work.
Ethics, Wonder and the Real in Wittgenstein 
The author starts from the assumption that Wittgensteins theory of ethics (and of aesthetics) does not change radically when he shifts from his first to the second stage of thought. This continuity between W.s two philosophies is based on his constant
Introduction to the Italian Edition of Glyn Daly, Conversations with Zizek
SIMPLISTIC COMPLEXITY. A Discussion on Psychoanalysis and Chaos Theory
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