The four essays in this collection revolve around a basic question: after the shocking and irredeemable acts of genocide in the mid-20th century, do we now live in the twilight of one of the main platforms that inform western philosophy? Has the Platonic legacy (and its influence on a wide range of disciplines from science to the arts) exhausted itself, or is it simply undergoing a recalibration, adopting a different face as it searches for a means of escape from any accusations of blame? If it is indeed looking for an exit, then where will such a doorway lead?

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