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Escape from Quantopia: Collective Insanity in Science and Society

by Ted Dace

An impassioned call to restore our integrity and sense of reality in a world reduced to numbers.


Unnatural States: The International System and the Power to Change

by Peter Ian Lomas

Unnatural States is a radical critique of international theory, in particular, of the assumption of state agency—that states act in the world in their own right. Peter Lomas argues that since the universal...


Humanism and Embodiment: From Cause and Effect to Secularism

by Susan E. Babbitt

A live issue in anthropology and development studies, humanism is not typically addressed by analytic philosophers. Arguing for humanism as a view about truths, Humanism and Embodiment insists that disembodied...


Metaphysics: An Introduction: An Introduction

by Alyssa Ney

Metaphysics: An Introduction combines comprehensive coverage of the core elements of metaphysics with contemporary and lively debates within the subject. It provides a rigorous and yet accessible overview of...


Foundations of the Everyday: Shock, Deferral, Repetition

by Eran Dorfman

A highly original and interdisciplinary study of the philosophy of the everyday.


Illusions of Freedom: Thomas Merton and Jacques Ellul on Technology and the Human Condition

by Jeffrey M. Shaw

Illusions of Freedom examines the opinions and ideas of two twentieth-century writers--Thomas Merton, a Catholic monk living in the United States, and Jacques Ellul, a French Protestant. Contemporaries, they...


Kierkegaard and the Rise of Modern Psychology

by Sven Hroar Klempe & Jaan Valsiner

This book investigates the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard who considered psychology a core discipline central to his understanding of metaphysics as well as theology. In tracing psychology’s...


Between Kin and Cosmopolis: An Ethic of the Nation

by Nigel Biggar

The nation-state is here to stay. Thirty years ago it was fashionable to predict its imminent demise, but the sudden break-up of the Soviet Union in the 1990s unshackled long-repressed nationalisms and generated...


Nietzsche - A Complete Introduction: Teach Yourself

by Roy Jackson

Written by Dr Roy Jackson, who is Course Leader in Religion, Philosophy and Ethics at the University of Gloucestershire, Nietzsche: A Complete Introduction is designed to give you everything you need to succeed,...


Philosophy for AS: Epistemology and Philosophy of Religion

by Michael Lacewing

Philosophy for AS is an accessible textbook for the new 2014 AQA Advanced Subsidiary Philosophy syllabus. Structured closely around the AQA specification this textbook covers the two units, Epistemology and...


The Disordered Mind: An Introduction to Philosophy of Mind and Mental Illness

by George Graham

"George Graham is contemporary philosophy's most gifted and humane writer. The Disordered Mind is a wise, deep, and thorough inquiry into the nature of the human mind and the various 'creaks, cracks, and crevices'...


Intelligence Unbound: The Future of Uploaded and Machine Minds

by Russell Blackford & Damien Broderick

Intelligence Unbound explores the prospects, promises, and potential dangers of machine intelligence and uploaded minds in a collection of state-of-the-art essays from internationally recognized philosophers,...


Taming Anger: The Hellenic Approach to the Limitations of Reason

by Kostas Kalimtzis

From Homer to Aristotle, understanding anger and harnessing its power was at the core of Hellenic civilization. Homer created the framework for philosophical inquiries into anger, one that persisted until it...


Aesthetic Origins: Peter Viereck and the Imaginative Sources of Politics

by Jay Patrick Starliper & Claes G. Ryn

While it is gaining  academic prominence, discussion of the imagination is too often neglected. Society is dangerously unaware of the intimate relationship between culture and politics, and between ethics...


Do You Still Think God Is Good?: Candid Conversations About the Problem of Evil

by Clayton Brumby

Do You Still Think God is Good? makes the "problem of evil" accessible to people like you and me, taking it out of the high halls of academia and into a real-world conversation between down-to-earth but knowledgeable...


Politics by Other Means: Selected Criticism from Review 31

by Houman Barekat & Alison Hugill

A collection of the site's very best reviews on art, culture & theory.


Capitalised Education: An Immanent Materialist Account of Kate Middleton

by David R. Cole

Understanding how Kate Middleton can be conceived in the current geopolitical situation


Enlightenment Interrupted: The Lost Moment of German Idealism and the Reactionary Present

by Michael Steinberg

Modernity isn't the realization of the Enlightenment but the forgetting of its culmination and self-critique, German idealism.


Tea Party Resurgence: The Pursuit of a More Perfect Federal Government

by Scott J. Schroeder

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Tea Party Resurgence highlights the escalating problems associated with the growing U.S. federal debt and how it affects all Americans. The issues and recommendations discussed will appeal to all...


Dongshan's Five Ranks: Keys to Enlightenment

by Ross Bolleter

The first in-depth English commentary on the Five Ranks—a core text of the Zen tradition that teaches what can't be taught—which contains new translations of all of the key texts of the Five Ranks cycle....