From Catastrophic Messianism to Comic Fatalism: A Reply to my Critics

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Abstract

The present texts will address some of the intricate issues that were raised in response to Abolishing Freedom. Unfortunately, the reader has to suffer through a rather longish introductory detour that will set the stage and provide the whole discussion with some additional gun powder. This gun powder production will be realized by recourse to a position that allows me to articulate the precise contours of the fatalist position that I defend in a more nuanced manner. I foresee this won’t end well and will introduce problems that will be far worse for me than the ones I tried to solve. But, well, what else could have been expected. Worstward, ho!

Original languageEnglish
Pages53-103
No.1
Specialist publicationProvocations: The Journal
PublisherUniversity of Nebraska Press
Publication statusPublished - 24 Sep 2020

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    Abolishing Freedom: A Plea for a Contemporary Use of Fatalism

    Ruda, F., May 2016, University of Nebraska Press. 210 p. (Provocations )

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