Title The animal inside : essays at the intersection of philosophical anthropology and animal studies / edited by Geoffrey Dierckxsens, Rudmer Bijlsma, Michael Begun, and Thomas Kiefer.
Published London : Rowman & Littlefield International, [2017]
Detail vi, 250 pages ; 24 cm
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Added Author Dierckxsens, Geoffrey, editor
  Sissa, Giulia. Promethean Tricks and Thyestean Feasts :Bloody Sacrifice and Vegetarianism in Ancient Cultures
  Kiefer, Thomas. Kata Phusin :Ancient and Contemporary Perspectives on the Hermeneutic of Animality
  Bijlsma, Rudmer. Animal in Early Modern Philosphical Anthropology
  Bogaerts, Jo. "An Insect Fallen on Its Back" :Animal Imagery in the Work of Jean-Paul Sartre
  Meijer, Michiel. What Is Distinctively Human? Charles Taylor and Alasdair MacIntyre on the Relation between Humans and Animals
  Compaijen, Rob. What Is Distinctively Human? Charles Taylor and Alasdair MacIntyre on the Relation between Humans and Animals
  Miller, Lantz Fleming. Better a Human Than a Lion (!?) Age-old Human Superiority Fights Reason
  Gosetti-Ferencei, Jennifer. Imagination of Animals :Rilke, Kafka, and the Philosophy and Literature of Embodied Cognition and the Philosophy and Literature of Embodied Cognition
  De Vriese, Herbert. Werewolves :A Reconsideration of Hobbes's State of Nature from the Perspetive of Biopolitics
  Begun, Michael. "Tge Genuine Problem of the Human Being" :Nietzsche, Animality, and History
  Dierckxsens, Geoffrey. Hermeneutical Animal :Making Sense of Animal Otherness "in the Flesh"
  Calarco, Matthew. Being-toward-Meat :An Analytic of Human-Animal Finitude
  Babich, Babette. On Laboratory Life for a Wired Object :Mirror Neurons and the New Red Peter
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