Translatorial hexis: The politics of Pinkard’s translation of Hegel’s Phenomenology

Radical Philosophy 186 (Jul/Aug 2014)  David Charlston Most branches of philosophy and many other disciplines in the humanities and social sciences studied in the anglophone academy draw on texts written in languages other than English and therefore rely on the products of translation, especially translations of historical, European philosophy. However, surprisingly little philosophical attention has been paid to the role

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