The Collected Writings of John Sallis

The Collected Writings of John Sallis brings together all of John Sallis's writings from the late 1960s to the present. It includes all of his published books; several volumes of manuscripts and shorter texts, most of them previously unpublished; complete transcriptions of his lecture courses and seminars; and a series of addresses and interviews along with material based on his dialogues with several eminent philosophers and artists. Sallis's work ranges across the entire history of philosophy and engages the thought of several of the most significant philosophers of recent times. His writings are addressed to major philosophical themes such as the senses of art and of landscape, chorology and the legacies of Platonic thought, the elemental in nature, and, above all, imagination.

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