James Luchte – Scholarly Publications

Welsh Philosopher
‘Welsh Philosopher’ by Eva Lewarne



Mortal Thought: Hölderlin and Philosophy (forthcoming July 28, 2016 by Bloomsbury Publishing)

Marx and the Revolution of the Sacred (Free Online or Kindle, Fire & Ice Publishing, 2014)

* Whispers of a Forgotten Nation: The Writings of Dr D. Ceri Evans (Editor, 2014)

Of the Feral Children: A Mayan Farce (Fire & Ice Publishing, 2012)

Early Greek Thought: Before the Dawn (Bloomsbury, 2011),

The Peacock and the Buffalo: The Poetry of Nietzsche (Bloomsbury, 2010),

Pythagoras and the Doctrine of Transmigration: Wandering Souls (Bloomsbury, 2009),

Heidegger’s Early Philosophy: The Phenomenology of Ecstatic Temporality (Bloomsbury, 2008)

Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra: Before Sunrise (Bloomsbury, 2008)

Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason (Bloomsbury, 2007)

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Philosophical Articles

‘Daggers and Spears: Lu Xun and Nietzsche on Cultural Revolution’The Agonist, January 2016.

‘The Wreckage of Stars: Nietzsche and the Ecstasy of Poetry’, ‘Zarathustra and the Children of Abraham’ and ‘Zarathustra’s Children’ Poetry, Female, and Classical Traditions: A Collection of Translations of Western Scholar’s Writings on Nietzsche’s Aesthetics, trans. by Wang Shunning, Beijing: Intellectual Property Publishing House, 2016.

‘Kusurlunun Politikasi’/The Politics of the Imperfect’ (‘The Politics of the Imperfect: Building A Different World’), Istiraki, YIL:2, SAY: 7-8, 2015.

‘Of Freedom: Heidegger on Spinoza,’ Epoche: Journal of the History of Philosophy, Fall, 2015.

The Wreckage of Stars: Nietzsche and the Ecstasy of Poetry, The Unstitute, [Dis]Corporate Bodies, 6 August 2014.

‘The Tragic Community: Friedrich Nietzsche and Mao Tse Tung,’ The Agonist: Nietzsche and Tragedy, Volume VII, Issue 1, Spring 2014, in Turkish in Istiraki – Yil: 1, SAYI: 3-4, Temmuz-Aralik 2014 and forthcoming in translation in China and India.

‘Prometheus Dismembered: Bataille on Van Gogh,’  Van Gogh Among the Philosophers, (forthcoming 2017).

Ölümcül Tekrar: Badiou ve ‘Şairler Çağı’, (‘Fatal Repetition: Badiou and the Age of the Poets’), translated by Mustafa Kerem Yüksel, Istiraki: Turkey (May 5, 2014)

‘Of Freedom: Heidegger on Spinoza,’ Epoche: Journal of the History of Philosophy, (forthcoming Fall 2015).

‘Wales in the European Union,’ European Movement, 14/26 January, (2014).

 “星之残骸——我从这些残骸建造了一个世界” (‘The Wreckage of Stars: Nietzsche and the Ecstasy of Poetry’), translated by Wang Shunning, Chinese Social Sciences Quarterly, Spring Volume, Vol. 34, 2011. Shanghai: Fudan University Press.

‘Marx and the Sacred’, Journal of Church and State, Volume 51, No. 3 (Summer 2009) and Istiraki, translated into Turkish, as ‘Kutsal İsyan ve Marxby Mustafa Kerem Yüksel (November 2013).

‘Zarathustra and the Children of Abraham,’ Pli, Volume 20, pp. 195-225 and The Agonist, Volume 2, Number 2 (2009)

‘Under the Aspect of Time (“sub specie temporis”): Heidegger, Wittgenstein, and the Place of the Nothing,’ Philosophy Today, Volume 53, Number 2 (Spring, 2009)

‘The Body of Sublime Knowledge: The Aesthetic Phenomenology of Arthur Schopenhauer,’ Heythrop Journal, Volume 50, Number 2, pp. 228-242 (Spring, 2009)

Review of Christia Mercer’s Leibniz’s Metaphysics: Origins and Development, Heythrop Journal 50 (2):328-329 (2009).

‘Martin Heidegger and Rudolf Carnap: Radical Phenomenology, Logical Positivism and the Roots of the Continental/Analytic Divide,’ Philosophy Today, Vol. 51, No. 3, 241-260 (Fall, 2007);

‘Mathesis and Analysis: Finitude and the Infinite in the Monadology of Leibniz,’ Heythrop Journal, Volume 47, Number 4, pp. 519-543 (October, 2006);

‘Makeshift: Phenomenology of Original Temporality,’ Philosophy Today, DePaul University, Vol. 47, No. 3, pp. 252-257 (Fall, 2003).

‘Between Terrestriality and Aquacity: Foucault Contra Miller,’ Conference: Journal of Philosophy and Theory, New York City, (March, 1993).

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