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Dr. Yaffe to read "Leo Strauss's Discovery of F.H. Jacobi's Problematic Libertarianism in his Critique of the Enlightenment," and "Remarks on Parens-Macfarland's new Sourcebook: _Medieval Political Philosophy: A Sourcebook_, rev. ed., ed. Joshua Parens and Joseph C. Macfarland (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2011),"
As a matter of interest to the department, the book 'Placing Nature on the Borders of Religion, Philosophy and Ethics', eds. Forrest Clingerman and Mark H. Dixon just came out the beginning of August. Chapter 10 is by David Utslerand is called "Who am I, who are these People, and what is thie Place? A Hermeneutics Account of the Self, Others and Environments." Chapter 13 is by Jonathan Parker: "Replacing Animal Rights and Liberation Theories."
As of June 28, 2011 the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies will be accepting applications for an adjunct position teaching introductory courses in philosophy as well as ancient philosophy, modern philosophy, epistemology and the philosophy of mind.
*Review of applications will being July 10, 2011