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13.Search Engine Spider SimulatorTelos Press Home About About Telos About the Editor About the Book Editor Masthead Reader Testimonials FAQ Message from the Publisher About Paul Piccone Store Subscriptions Current Issue Back Issues Books Shipping Information TELOSscope Connect Information for Libraries Library Recommendation Internships Submissions Student Essay Competition Calls for Papers Advertising Telos Online Telos Online Search Telos Online Article Index Contact Telos 162 · Spring 2013 Subjects and Sense Telos 162 turns to the subject, understood as the consciousness that internalizes knowledge of the world and tries to make sense of it, mediating between the particular and the universal, and the constant reorientation toward the horizons of thought, the telos, as a guide for practice. In this issue, we take stock of the current debates on the viability of the subject, and the sense and senses it came to make out of the world. Read Russell A. Berman's introduction here. Purchase the Issue Attention Students! The 2013 Telos Student Essay Competition Telos Press is pleased to announce the 2013 Telos student essay competition, inviting graduate students and post-graduate researchers in the humanities to tell the world about their work. The competition offers young scholars the opportunity to be published in one of the leading international interdisciplinary journals. For more information about submitting your paper, click here. The Adventurous Heart:Figures and Capriccios by Ernst Jünger “This long-awaited translation of Ernst Jünger’s surrealistic threnody to aestheticized violence and the stimulation of the senses still has the power to unsettle and fascinate its readers.” —Martin Jay “Among German writers of the twentieth century, Ernst Jünger holds a fascination that few can match. He was a remarkable witness of his time and place.” —Allan Mitchell Browse our Books SubscribeTelos OnlineInternships Call for Papers: The Eighth Annual Telos ConferenceBy Telos Press The Difficulty of Democracy: Diagnoses and PrognosesFebruary 14–16, 2014New York In spite of its advantages as an ideal form of government, democracy has proven to be remarkably difficult to establish and to maintain in reality. While it remained a rare exception for much of human history, its spread in the modern world has not had the character of a triumphant march . . . (continue reading)The Politics of Agnosticism: Latour and the Post-SecularBy Michael Barnes Norton The following paper was presented at the Seventh Annual Telos Conference, held on February 15–17, 2013, in New York City. Despite the modern investment in the secularization of the political realm, religious discourse and concepts continue to inhabit it both explicitly and implicitly. Indeed, it should perhaps by now go without saying that the very idea of secularization or secularity has . . . (continue reading)A New Myth of Calvinism? Pellicani Against the Theological Origins of ModernityBy Robert Wyllie As an occasional feature on TELOSscope, we highlight a past Telos article whose critical insights continue to illuminate our thinking and challenge our assumptions. Today, Robert Wyllie looks at Luciano Pellicani's "Weber and the Myth of Calvinism," from Telos 75 (Spring 1988). In his exchange with Adrian Pabst in Telos 162, Luciano Pellicani argues that the United States' constitutional founding comes "in