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Metaphysics and Grammar

by William Charlton

Metaphysics deals with truth, existence and goodness; it also considers change, time and causation, which characterise the physical world, and thought and language. We are familiar with all these things, but...

From Ricoeur to Action: The Socio-Political Significance of Ricoeur's Thinking

by Todd S. Mei & David Lewin

From Ricoeur to Action engages with the thinking of the French philosopher Paul Ricoeur (1913-2005) in order to propose innovative responses to 21st-century problems actively contributing to global conflict....

Bertrand Russell's Bundle Theory of Particulars

by Gülberk Koç|| Maclean

Bertrand Russell's Bundle Theory of Particulars presents and evaluates Russell's arguments for two competing theories on the nature of particulars at different stages in his career: the substratum theory of...

Exploring the Work of Edward S. Casey: Giving Voice to Place, Memory, and Imagination

by Azucena Cruz-Pierre & Donald A. Landes

An authoritative study of Casey's major themes and ideas, exploring and confirming his contribution to contemporary philosophy. Structured into four major parts, the volume reflects key concerns of Casey's writings:...

Rhythmanalysis: Space, Time and Everyday Life

by Henri Lefebvre, Gerald Moore & Stuart Elden

Rhythmanalysis displays all the characteristics which made Lefebvre one of the most important Marxist thinkers of the twentieth century. In the analysis of rhythms -- both biological and social -- Lefebvre shows...

Hegel and the Analytic Tradition

by Angelica Nuzzo

Offering one of the first initiatives of reconciliation between the analytic and continental philosophical traditions, this important collection of original essays offers a new perspective on Hegel's philosophy...

The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

by Marcus Aurelius

A great edition of a timeless classic. The translation is clear and the introduction is informative. A great read, for philosophers and non-philosophers alike. This Roman Stoic hands down the day-to-day principles...

Deleuze and Ricoeur: Disavowed Affinities and the Narrative Self

by Declan Sheerin

What is the self? Is it the impregnable cogito of Descartes or the shattered self of Nietzsche? Or has it become serendipitously constituted from pieces of fairy tales and novels, childhood comics and soap operas...

The Continuum Companion to Leibniz

by Brandon C. Look

G. W. Leibniz (1646-1716) was one of the great polymaths of the modern world. As well as being among the greatest Rationalist metaphysicians of the post-medieval age, he built the first mechanical calculator...

The Ethics of Climate Change: Right and Wrong in a Warming World

by James Garvey

"Open this book and James Garvey is right there making real sense to you... in a necessary conversation, capturing you to the very end."-Ted Honderich, Grote Professor Emeritus of The Philosophy of Mind & Logic,...

Aesthetic and Artistic Autonomy

by Owen Hulatt

Whether art can be wholly autonomous has been repeatedly challenged in the modern history of aesthetics. In this collection of specially-commissioned chapters, a team of experts discuss the extent to which art...

Merleau-Ponty and the Paradoxes of Expression

by Donald A. Landes

Merleau-Ponty and the Paradoxes of Expression offers a comprehensive reading of the philosophical work of Maurice Merleau-Ponty, a central figure in 20th-century continental philosophy.

By establishing that...

The Role of God in Spinoza's Metaphysics

by Sherry Deveaux

Baruch Spinoza began his studies learning Hebrew and the Talmud, only to be excommunicated at the age of twenty-four for supposed heresy. Throughout his life, Spinoza was simultaneously accused of being an atheist...

A New Philosophy of Society: Assemblage Theory and Social Complexity

by Manuel DeLanda

Manuel DeLanda is a distinguished writer, artist and philosopher. In his new book, he offers a fascinating look at how the contemporary world is characterized by an extraordinary social complexity. Since most...

Free Will and Continental Philosophy: The Death Without Meaning

by David Edward Rose

Free Will and Continental Philosophy explores the concepts of free-will and self-determination in the Continental philosophical tradition. David Rose examines the ways in which Continental philosophy offers...

Heidegger's Early Philosophy: The Phenomenology of Ecstatic Temporality

by James Luchte

In Heidegger's Early Philosophy, James Luchte sets forth a comprehensive examination of Heidegger's phenomenology between 1924 and 1929, during which time Heidegger was largely concerned with a radical temporalization...

Eclipse of Reason

by Max Horkheimer

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern...

Objectivity in the Feminist Philosophy of Science

by Karen Cordrick Haely

Scientific knowledge is widely considered to be the most certain kind of knowledge, free from social or cultural bias. This freedom from bias or values, the objectivity of science, is a key reason why scientific...

Ontology and Providence in Creation: Taking Ex Nihilo Seriously

by Mark Ian Thomas Robson

Ontology and Providence in Creation critically examines a particular Leibnizean inspired understanding of God's creation of the world and proposes that a different understanding should be adopted. The Leibnizean...

Plato: A Guide for the Perplexed: A Guide for the Perplexed

by Gerald A. Press

It is widely agreed that Plato laid the foundations for the whole history of western thought and, well over 2000 years later, his work is still studied by every student of philosophy. Yet his thought and writings...