Human Science / Philosophy

Best Selling / Page 32

icon Subscribe to feed


Best Selling

New Releases




Delete Philosophy


In category

Political (624)

Ethics & Moral Philosophy (588)

History & Surveys (581)

Movements (361)

Eastern (317)

Religious (278)

Metaphysics (208)

Aesthetics (164)

Mind & Body (153)

Social (132)

Essays (128)

Epistemology (115)

Logic (79)

Criticism (72)





Below $ 5

$ 5 - $ 10

$ 10 - $ 15

Delete Price range

From :
To :



English (4824)

French (380)

German (88)

Spanish (251)

Italian (957)



All (4824)

DRM Free (146)

DRM (4676)

More options

The Existentialist's Guide to Death, the Universe and Nothingness

by Gary Cox

The Existentialist's Guide to Death, the Universe and Nothingness is an entertaining philosophical guide to life, love, hate, freedom, sex, anxiety, God and death; a guide to everything and nothing. Gary Cox,...

Guattari's Diagrammatic Thought: Writing Between Lacan and Deleuze

by Janell Watson

F�lix Guattari was a French political militant, practicing psychoanalyst and international public intellectual. He is best known for his work with the philosopher Gilles Deleuze on the two-volume Capitalism...

Deleuze and the Diagram: Aesthetic Threads in Visual Organization

by Jakub Zdebik

Deleuze and the Diagram charts Deleuze's corpus according to aesthetic concepts such as the map, the sketch and the drawing to bring out a comprehensive concept of the diagram. In his interrogation of Deleuze's...

Castoriadis, Foucault, and Autonomy: New Approaches to Subjectivity, Society, and Social Change

by Marcela Tovar-Restrepo

This book examines Cornelius Castoriadis' thought and the radical alternative it presents to the legacy of Michel Foucault, focusing on three key notions that are central in both scholars' theories: the subject,...

Evolution and Conversion: Dialogues on the Origins of Culture

by Ren¿ Girard

Presented as a series of conversations, Evolution and Conversion is a thorough discussion of the major tenets of Girard's thought.

Ren� Girard is one of the most brilliant and striking intellectuals of the...

Gadamer and Ricoeur: Critical Horizons for Contemporary Hermeneutics

by Francis J. Mootz III & George H. Taylor

Hans-Georg Gadamer and Paul Ricoeur were two of the most important hermeneutical philosophers of the twentieth century. Gadamer single-handedly revived hermeneutics as a philosophical field with his many essays...

Aesthetics: The Key Thinkers

by Alessandro Giovannelli

Aesthetics: The Key Thinkers offers a comprehensive historical overview of the field of aesthetics. Eighteen specially commissioned essays introduce and explore the contributions of those philosophers who have...

Althusser's Lesson

by Jacques Ranci¿re & Emiliano Battista

Jacques Ranci�re's first major work, Althusser's Lesson appeared in 1974, just as the energies of May 68 were losing ground to the calls for a return to order. Ranci�re's analysis of Althusserian Marxism...

Jacques Ranciere: An Introduction: An Introduction

by Joseph J. Tanke

Jacques Ranci�re: An Introduction offers the first comprehensive introduction to the thought of one of today's most important and influential theorists. Joseph Tanke situates Ranci�re's distinctive approach...

Reading Derrida's of Grammatology

by Sean Gaston & Ian Maclachlan

With new readings from nineteen internationally renowned scholars, Reading Derrida's Of Grammatology is a significant reassessment and informed discussion of Jacques Derrida's landmark 1967 text.

Since its original...

Jacques Ranciere and the Contemporary Scene: The Philosophy of Radical Equality

by Jean-Philippe Deranty & Alison Ross

This book forms the first critical

study of Jacques Ranci�re's impact and contribution to contemporary theoretical

and interdisciplinary studies. It showcases the work of leading scholars in

fields such as political...

Starting with Derrida

by Sean Gaston

How does one start with Derrida?

In this exciting and accessible book, Sean Gaston presents a new kind of introduction to Jacques Derrida, arguably the most important and influential European�thinker of the...

The Concept of Time: The First Draft of Being and Time

by Martin Heidegger & Ingo Farin

The Concept of Time presents Heidegger's so-called Dilthey review, widely considered the first draft of his celebrated masterpiece, Being and Time. Here Heidegger reveals his deep commitment to Wilhelm Dilthey...

Deleuze and the Meaning of Life

by Claire Colebrook

The intensification of interest in Deleuze over the last decade has coincided with the end of the linguistic paradigm in both continental and analytic philosophy. Indeed, the division between the two traditions...

Starting with Merleau-Ponty

by Katherine J. Morris

Merleau-Ponty was one of the most important European philosophers of the 20th century, whose work made enormous contributions to the development of phenomenology and the concept of the lived-body. Clearly and...

Hegel's 'Philosophy of Right': A Reader's Guide

by David Edward Rose

Hegel's Philosophy of Right is a classic�text in the history of�Western political thought� and one with which�all serious students of political philosophy must engage.�While�it is a hugely important...

Gabriel Marcel's Ethics of Hope: Evil, God and Virtue

by Jill Graper Hernandez

The idea of 'hope' has received significant attention in the political sphere recently. But is hope just wishful thinking, or can it be something more than a political catch-phrase? This book argues that hope...

The Gadamer Dictionary

by Chris Lawn & Niall Keane

The Gadamer Dictionary is a comprehensive and accessible guide to the world of Hans-Georg Gadamer. Meticulously researched and extensively cross-referenced, this unique book covers all his major works, ideas...

Cinema After Deleuze

by Richard Rushton

Cinema After Deleuze offers a clear and lucid introduction to Deleuze's writings on cinema which will appeal both to undergraduates and specialists in film studies and philosophy. The book provides explanations...

Libertarian Anarchy: Against the State

by Gerard Casey

Political philosophy is dominated by a myth, the myth of the necessity of the state. The state is considered necessary for the provision of many things, but primarily for peace and security. In this provocative...