Nicolas de Warren

“Having studied in Paris, Heidelberg, and Boston, I graduated with my PhD from Boston University in 2001. I have written more than 60 articles, most recently published an edited volume on Neo-Kantianism, and my book on Husserl and the problem of time will appear in Italian translation this year. In 2013 I was the recipient of a European Research Council grant for a project on the impact of the First World War on 20th-century philosophy. I am currently writing two books: one on evil and forgiveness, the other on German Kriegsphilosophie during the First World War."

Full Bibliography

Souls of the departed: Towards a phenomenology of the after-life


Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy 5/1

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Eyes wide shut: Sartre's phenomenology of dreaming


in: Philosophy of mind and phenomenology, London-New York : Routledge

Husserl's hermeneutical phenomenology of the life-world as culture reconsidered


in: The phenomenological critique of mathematisation and the question of responsibility, Dordrecht : Springer

Towards a phenomenological analysis of virtual fictions


Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy 2/2

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Emmanuel Levinas and a soliloquy of light and reason


in: Husserl's Ideen, Dordrecht : Springer

The forgiveness of time and consciousness


in: The Oxford handbook of contemporary phenomenology, Oxford : Oxford University Press

The life, work, and legacy of Trần Đức Thảo


Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 30/2