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Secularism and Cosmopolitanism

by Etienne Balibar & G. M. Goshgarian

What is the relationship between cosmopolitanism and secularism—the worldwide and the worldly? While cosmopolitan politics may seem inherently secular, existing forms of secularism risk undermining the universality...

The Art of War

by Sun Tzu & Lionel Giles

Twenty-Five Hundred years ago, Sun Tzu wrote this classic book of military strategy based on Chinese warfare and military thought. Since that time, all levels of military have used the teaching on Sun Tzu to...

In Search of Just Families

by Chhanda Gupta

Triggered by anti-family movements, which have been inspired by the ideas of some theorists and writers, the book addresses the question: Is family destined to wither away? It challenges the radical idea that...

The Moral Psychology of Disgust

by Nina Strohminger & Victor Kumar

Does disgust guide moral behavior, or does it hamper it? Does disgust play a critical role in ordinary moral judgments, or almost no role at all? In this volume, experts in the field come together to explore...

Ideas toward a Phenomenology of Interruptions

by Cameron Bassiri

This text is the first book-length analysis of the problem of the relations between time, sleep, and the body in Husserl’s phenomenology. Ideas toward a Phenomenology of Interruptions reconfigures the unity...

Humanitarian Action and Ethics

by James Smith, Ayesha Ahmad & Hugo Slim

  • The most comprehensive and up-to-date work on humanitarian ethics currently available.
  • Brings together contributions from humanitarian and health professionals, philosophers and social/political scientists.
  • Many...

Productive Imagination

by Saulius Geniusas & Dmitri Nikulin

Although the concept of productive imagination plays a fundamental role in Kant, German Idealism, Romanticism, Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, the meaning of this central concept remains largely undetermined....

Venice's Intimate Empire

by Erin Maglaque

Mining private writings and humanist texts, Erin Maglaque explores the lives and careers of two Venetian noblemen, Giovanni Bembo and Pietro Coppo, who were appointed as colonial administrators and governors....

Luther on the Fly

by Fabian Vogt

Can words change the world? Certainly! No one proved this to be true as impressively as Martin Luther did. His writings changed the course of religious and cultural history in Germany, Europe, and the world....

Aristotle: The Complete Works

by Aristotle

Aristotle (384–322 BCE) was a Greek philosopher and student of Plato who stunningly changed the course of Western philosophy. He has gone down in history as one of the greatest philosophers of all time. Cicero,...

What Is Islam Religion? English Languange Edition

by Muhammad Vandestra

The ultimate goal of every Divine Message has always been the same: to guide the people to God, to make them aware of Him, and to have them worship Him alone. Each Divine Message came to strengthen this meaning,...


by Brian O'Connor

For millennia, idleness and laziness have been regarded as vices. We're all expected to work to survive and get ahead, and devoting energy to anything but labor and self-improvement can seem like a luxury or...

Dressing Shadows

by Albert Vass

Frames are arbitrary boundaries we use to hold our consciousness together. The following work invites the reader to manipulate these borders on their own terms and exercise abilities to change perspectives and...

Whither Fanon?

by David Marriott

Frantz Fanon may be most known for his more obviously political writings, but in the first instance, he was a clinician, a black Caribbean psychiatrist who had the improbable task of treating disturbed and traumatized...


by Fay Weller & Mary Wilson

With every news report, the world seems to be careening off the rails. It's all too easy to slip into despair waiting for co-opted, self-serving governments to act.

Hope and action is the antidote. We each...

What Is the Present?

by Michael North

A provocative new look at concepts of the present, their connection to ideas about time, and their effect on literature, art, and culture

The problem of the present—what it is and what it means—is one that...

Against War

by Desiderius Erasmus

Dutch thinker and theologian Desiderius Erasmus played a key role in the development of humanism during the Renaissance and early modern periods. In Against War, Erasmus mounts a stunningly lucid and detailed...

All Things Considered

by G.K. Chesterton

A collection of essays dealing with various topics, such as human nature, current affairs, science and religion. Includes; The Case For The Ephemeral; Cockneys And Their Jokes; The Fallacy Of Success; Conceit...

A Young Girl's Diary

by Sigmund Freud

Between overseeing his private practice and developing an entirely new field of research and inquiry that would profoundly influence Western culture, Austrian psychiatrist Sigmund Freud somehow came across and...

Wicca & Satanism from Islamic Perspective

by Muhammad Vandestra

The word wicca comes from the Saxon root wicce, loosely translated as “wise” or “to bend or shape the unseen forces.” Wicca is the largest of the Neopagan religions which are reconstructions of ancient...