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Dr. Ludger Hagedorn
Staudigl, M., & Hagedorn, L. (Hrsg.) (2018). Secularism and its discontents. Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory (JCRT).
Hagedorn, L., & Marinescu, P. (Hrsg.) (2017). Exploring the Undisclosed Meanings of Time, History, and Existence: Ricœur and Patočka as Philosophical Interlocutors: Introduction by the Editors. Meta. Research in Hermeneutics, Phenomenology, and Practical Philosophy, IX(2), 379-383.
Hagedorn, L., & Kubasiak, P. (2017). Why is it that Heidegger’s thought had –and still has– such fascinating force? Reading Heidegger in Communist Poland in the mid 1970’s. in J. Love (Hrsg.), Heidegger in Russia and Eastern Europe (S. 177-204). London: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc..
Hagedorn, L. (2017). Specters of Secularism – Remarks on (the Loss of) Religion and its Implications. Bogoslovni Vestnik, 77(3/4), 601-613.
Hagedorn, L., & Dodd, J. (Hrsg.) (2016). Religion, war and the crisis of modernity: a special issue dedicated to the philosophy of Jan Patoc̆ka. ( The new yearbook for phenomenology and phenomenological philosophy; Band XIV, Nr. 2015). London: Routledge.
Hagedorn, L. (2016). Europe’s 20th century: History of Wars and War as History. in D. Meacham, & F. Tava (Hrsg.), Thinking After Europe: Patocka and Politics (S. 331-346). London: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc..
Hagedorn, L. (2016). Solidarity – but for whom? Remarks on Solidarity beyond Solidity. in M. Palous (Hrsg.), The Solidarity of the Shaken (S. 23-34). Prag: Vaclav Havel Library.
Hagedorn, L. (2015). Solidarity beyond Exclusion. Baltic Worlds, VIII(1-2), 87-90.
Hagedorn, L. (2015). On Solidarity: Final Remarks. Baltic Worlds, VIII(1-2), 104-105.
Hagedorn, L. (2015). Quicquid cogitat: On the Uses and Disadvantages of Subjectivity. in L. Ucnik, I. Chvatik, & A. Williams (Hrsg.), The Phenomenological Critique of Mathematisation and the Question of Responsibility: Formalisation and the Life-World (S. 89-104). (Contributions to Phenomenology). Dordrecht: Springer.
Hagedorn, L. (2015). René Girard’s Theory of Sacrifice, or: What is the Gift of Death? The Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, (Fall 2015, 15.1), 105-118.
Hagedorn, L. (2015). Europa da Capo al Fine. Jan Patočkas nacheuropäische Reflexionen. Transit. Europäische Revue, 47, 30-44.
Hagedorn, L. (2015). Fatigue of Reason: Patočka’s Reading of the Brothers Karamazov. in L. Hagedorn, & J. Dodd (Hrsg.), The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy (Band XIV). London: Routledge.
Hagedorn, L. (2015). Christianity Unthought – A Reconsideration of Myth, Faith, and Historicity. in L. Hagedorn, & J. Dodd (Hrsg.), The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy (Band XIV, S. 31-46). London: Routledge.
Hagedorn, L. (2014). Lightness of Being, Gravity of Thought: (Dis-)Orientations in Nietzsche and Kundera. in M. Sa Cavalcante Schuback, & T. Lane (Hrsg.), Dis-Orientations: Philosophy, Literature and the Lost Grounds of Modernity (S. 49-68). London: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc..
Hagedorn, L. (2014). Philosophische Kenosis: Anverwandlung eines christlichen Motivs. in M. Staudigl, & C. Sternad (Hrsg.), Figuren der Transzendenz: Transformationen eines phänomenologischen Grundbegriffs (S. 349-65). (Orbis Phaenomenologicus). Würzburg: Verlag Königshausen & Neumann.

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