Category: Book Reviews

Rudolf Bernet, Force, Drive, Desire

Rudolf Bernet, Force, Drive, Desire: A Philosophy of Psychoanalysis. Sarah Allen tr. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2020; 391 pages. ISBN: 978-0810142337. Reviewed by Joshua Royles, Memorial University of Newfoundland....

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Owen Ware, Fichte’s Moral Philosophy

Owen Ware, Fichte’s Moral Philosophy. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020; xv + 244 pages. ISBN: 978-0190086596. Reviewed by Jane Dryden, Mount Allison University. In recent years we have been fortunate to see a number of new...

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Amy Allen, Critique on the Couch

Amy Allen, Critique on the Couch: Why Critical Theory Needs Psychoanalysis. New York: Columbia University Press, 2020; 280 pages. ISBN: 978-0231198615. Reviewed by Kathy Kiloh, OCAD University. In Critique on the Couch: Why...

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Pauline Harmange, I Hate Men

Pauline Harmange, I Hate Men. Natasha Lehrer tr. London: Fourth Estate, 2020; 96 pages. ISBN: 978-0008457587. Reviewed by Tiffany Gordon, Dalhousie University. Pauline Harmange’s I Hate Men is a satirical analysis of the deep...

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Susan Bredlau, The Other in Perception

Susan Bredlau, The Other in Perception: A Phenomenological Account of Our Experience of Other Persons. New York: State University of New York Press, 2018; 126 pages. ISBN: 978-1438471730. Reviewed by Alexandra Morrison, Michigan...

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