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The Conspiracy Against the Human Race: A Contrivance of Horror

by Thomas Ligotti & Ray Brassier

"The Conspiracy against the Human Race sets out what is perhaps the most sustained challenge yet to the intellectual blackmail that would oblige us to be eternally grateful for a 'gift' we never invited." -From...


Culture and Anarchy

by Matthew Arnold

Victorian poet and critic Matthew Arnold wrote the essays that constitute Culture and Anarchy between 1867 and 1869, a time of rapid social change and uncertainty. Defining culture as "the best that has been...


Do Llamas Fall in Love?: 33 Perplexing Philosophy Puzzles

by Peter Cave

In this stunning sequel to Peter Cave's bestselling philosophy books, Can a Robot be Human? and What's Wrong with Eating People, Peter Cave once again engages the reader in a romp through the best bits of philosophical...


Dewey: A Beginner's Guide

by David Hildebrand

An icon of philosophy and psychology during the first half of the 20th century, Dewey is known as the father of Functional Psychology and a pivotal figure of the Pragmatist movement as well as the progressive...


Lessons in Islamic Jurisprudence

by Roy Mottahedeh

This classic text is rendered directly from the original Arabic by one of America's leading Islamic scholars. This paperback edition has been specially published for the many courses for which this book has...


Locke

by Edward Feser

The philosophy of John Locke has dramatically shaped the way we live today. He is quoted in the Declaration of Independence and has had a lasting influence on many of our political systems, shaping our ideas...


What's Wrong With Eating People?: 33 More Perplexing Philosophy Puzzles

by Peter Cave

With the aid of tall stories, jokes, common sense and bizarre insights, Cave engages the reader in a romp through the best bits of philosophical thought. Tackling some of life’s most important questions, his...


Nietzsche: A Beginner's Guide

by Robert Wicks

Often quoted, influential, and highly divisive, Nietzsche remains an enigma long after his death. This clear primer moves deftly through the controversy to examine the philosopher’s work in the context of...


Descartes: A Beginner's Guide

by Harry M. Bracken

The father of modern philosophy, Descartes is still one of the most widely discussed philosophers today. Putting rationalism above all else, he sought to base all knowledge of the world on a single idea: “I...


Critical Thinking: A Beginner's Guide

by Sharon M. Kaye

We are bombarded daily with vast amounts of information, much of it using faulty logic. From adverts to blogs, television to newspapers, knowing what to believe is a daunting task. Critical Thinking: A Beginner’s...


Can A Robot be Human?: 33 Perplexing Philosophy Puzzles

by Peter Cave

Can you believe someone who says ‘I’m telling the truth now’? Can a robot be human? What’s the best way to win a game of chicken? And how do you know you’re not dreaming right now? In this book of puzzles...


The Case For Religion

by Keith Ward

In this, the paperback edition of the influential bestseller, Keith Ward dismantles the attacks on religion by scientists, sociologists, and psychologists, who claim that religion is nothing more than a host...


Hume

by H. W. Noonan

The father of modern scepticism and perhaps the most important English philosopher, Hume was lauded within his own lifetime as a pivotal figure of the Enlightenment. His 'naturalist' approach to a wide variety...


Philosophy and the Puzzles of Hamlet: A Study of Shakespeare's Method

by Leon Harold Craig

Shakespeare's famous play, Hamlet, has been the subject of more scholarly analysis and criticism than any other work of literature in human history. For all of its generally acknowledged virtues, however, it...


Self-Consciousness and the Critique of the Subject: Hegel, Heidegger, and the Poststructuralists

by Simon Lumsden

Poststructuralists hold Hegel responsible for giving rise to many of modern philosophy’s problematic concepts—the authority of reason, self-consciousness, the knowing subject. Yet, according to Simon Lumsden,...


The Nietzsche Dictionary

by Douglas Burnham

Nietzsche is not difficult to read, but he is famously difficult to understand. This is because of the bewildering array of words, phrases or metaphors that he uses. The Nietzsche Dictionary aims to help, by...


Kant's 'Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason': A Reader's Guide

by Eddis N. Miller

Immanuel Kant's Religion within the Boundaries of Mere Reason is a seminal text in modern philosophy, ethics, and the philosophy of religion. It is a complex and challenging work, which students and scholars...


Happy Slaves

by William Anselmi & Kosta Gouliamos

In this duologue, Kosta Gouliamos and William Anselmi bring to a head their radical revisioning of the stale concepts of (multi)cultural politics. They discuss and dissect the irrationalities and destructiveness...


Playful Intelligence: Digitizing Tradition

by Henry Sussman

This is a guide, in theory and in practice, to how current technological changes have impacted our interaction with texts and with each other. Henry Sussman rereads pivotal moments in literary, philosophical...


Nothingness and the Meaning of Life: Philosophical Approaches to Ultimate Meaning Through Nothing and Reflexivity

by Nicholas Waghorn

What is the meaning of life? Does anything really matter? In the past few decades these questions, perennially associated with philosophy in the popular consciousness, have rightly retaken their place as central...