Karin A. Nisenbaum (2018): For the Love of Metaphysics: Nihilism and the Conflict of Reason from Kant to Rosenzweig. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals
Karin A. Nisenbaum (forthcoming): Fichte’s Perfectionist Solution to the Problem of Kantian Autonomy. Baltimore: Journal of the History of Philosophy
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2018): "Practical Knowledge and the Subjectivity of Truth in Kant and Kierkegaard: The Cover of Skepticism," European Journal of Philosophy 26:2(2018). Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell, 730-745.
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2016): "The Legacy of Salomon Maimon: Philosophy as a System Actualized in Freedom," Journal of Philosophical Research 41(2016). Charlottesville: Philosophy Documentation Center, 453-498.
Book Chapters and Proceedings
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2021): "Schelling’s Systematization of Kant’s Moral Philosophy: Divine Craftsmanship as the Human Moral Telos," in Schellings Freiheitsschrift: Methode, System, Kritik, edited by Thomas Buchheim, Thomas Frisch, and Nora C. Wachsmann, Mohr Siebeck. Tuebingen: Mohr Siebeck, 467–492.
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2021): "The Fate of Practical Reason: Kant and Schelling on Virtue, Happiness, and the Postulate of God’s Existence," in Kantian Legacies in German Idealism, edited by G. Gentry. New York: Routledge, 186–207.
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2021): "Zuidervaart in Conversation with Rosenzweig: Artistic Truth, Life-Giving Disclosure, and Revelation," in Seeking Stillness or The Sound of Wings: Works on Art, Truth and Society in Honour of Lambert Zuidervaart, edited by M. DeMoor, P. Ennerson, and M. Klaassen, Wipf and Stock, 260–284.
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2017): "F.W.J. Schelling," co-authored with Daniel Whistler, in Religion and European Philosophy: Key Thinkers from Kant to Žižek, edited by P. Goodchild and H. Phelps. London: Routledge, 44-59.
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2014): "Transcendental Arguments for the Actualization of God in Schelling and Rosenzweig," Proceedings of the International Rosenzweig Gesellschaft 1, 96–107.
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2010): "From the Revolution in Thinking to the Renewal of Thinking: The Systematic Task of The Star of Redemption," in After the Postsecular and the Postmodern: New Essays in Continental Philosophy of Religion, edited by D. Whistler and A.P. Smith. : Cambridge Scholars Publishing105–127.
Book Reviews and Review Articles
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2020): "Review of Dennis Vanden Auweele’s Pessimism in Kant’s Ethics and Rational Religion," Journal of the History of Philosophy 58(2). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 409–410.
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2015): "Modern Jewish Philosophy: Universal Human Questions Phrased in Concepts Derived from the Jewish Tradition," critical notice of The Cambridge History of Jewish Philosophy: The Modern Era, edited by M. Kavka, Z. Braiterman, and D. Novak, International Journal of Philosophical Studies 23. London: Routledge, 111–125.
Karin A. Nisenbaum (2008): "Review of Eric Santner’s On Creaturely Life: Rilke, Benjamin, Sebald," in International Journal of Philosophical Studies 16. London: Routledge, 115–120.
Work in Progress
Karin A. Nisenbaum: Kris McDaniel, The Fragmentation of Being.
Karin A. Nisenbaum and Julia Peters: Fichte on Moral Development and Transformation.
Karin A. Nisenbaum: Getting to the Root of Evil: Kant and Fichte on the Murderer at the Door.