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Xavier Tilliette on Revelation as the Measure of Reason
Tyler Tritten
Apr 05, 2022
Xavier Tilliette, born in Sommes, France in 1921, passed away on 10 December 2018 at the age of 97.  Although he first gained notoriety for his many studies of  Schelling, he has also published numerous books and articles on...
On Matter
Tyler Tritten
Aug 29, 2018
This essay contrasts the so-called emanationism of Neoplatonism, particularly Proclus’s, with the naturephilosophy of F.W.J. Schelling. The contention is that Schelling’s thought is Neo-Platonist because thoroughly Platonist...
Christ as Copula
Tyler Tritten
Mar 23, 2016
Focusing on F.W.J. Schelling’s lectures in Munich in the 1830s, published as Urfassung der Philosophie der Offenbarung,1 I will explicate Christ as the copula, i.e., the incarnation of the universal Word or Logos, in order to...
Review of Peter Tyler, Teresa of Avila: Doctor of the Soul, London
Michelle Rebidoux
Jan 08, 2019
Peter Tyler had two main purposes, which he lays out in the Introduction to his book, in undertaking to write on the life, context, and work of the 16th century Spanish Carmelite nun, monastic reformer, mystic, saint, Doctor of...
Advancing the Utility of the Transcript
Tyler Kendall
Sep 26, 2014
The transcript is often the primary mediating apparatus between theory and data in language research. Researchers from a wide array of linguistic disciplines and across the social sciences rely on transcripts for the analysis...
Recovery-as-Policy as a Form of Neoliberal State Making
Brigit McWade
Dec 29, 2016
In this paper I provide an analysis of the implementation of “recovery” as a policy object and commitment in the United Kingdom. This can be situated as part of the New Labour government’s (1997–2010) reform of the NHS during...
COVID-19 Worries and Insomnia
The COVID-19 pandemic was associated with significant increases in sleep disorder symptoms and chronic worry. We previously demonstrated that worry about the pandemic was more strongly associated with subsequent insomnia than...