Date of Degree
Aesthetics | Creative Writing | Law and Philosophy | Law and Politics | Modern Literature | Nonfiction | Philosophy | Political Theory
Aesthetic Theory, Anti-Violence, Dialectic Thinking, On Freedom, On Perpetual Peace, Personal Identity, Theory of Justice
This thesis argues for an argument-counterargument approach to the atypical classics of Franz Kafka and Emily Dickinson. This approach to the literature is useful for a construction of the political-sociological theory of justice, which claims that the state of a just world is each individual’s lifetime moving in a dialectic-of-anti-violence-and-non-violence manner.
Wang, Yi, "Collect Cosmic Dust, Make It Into Bright Stars: The Use of Temporal Data in Regeneration of Life Space and Time via a Construction of the Political-Sociological Theory of Justice" (2023). CUNY Academic Works.
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