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The Art of Logical Thinking: Or the Laws of Reasoning

by William Walker Atkinson

Working under an array of pseudonyms and pen names, author and thinker William Walker Atkinson produced a prodigious body of influential work during his lifetime. Among other accomplishments, Atkinson is credited...


The Dawn of Day

by Friedrich Nietzsche

German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche was a bold thinker whose ideas had a major impact on the development of the field. In the book The Dawn of Day, Nietzsche expounds on some of his most radical theories,...


Philosophy and Theatre: An Introduction: An Introduction

by Tom Stern

Philosophy and Theatre is the first introduction to the topic, and an ideal starting point for those studying philosophy, theatre studies and related arts subjects.


What is this thing called Knowledge? third edition

by Duncan Pritchard

The 3rd edition of this introduction to epistemology retains the key question structure of previous editions, with the author now also considering What kinds of knowledge are there? This has paved the way for...


Crowds and Democracy: The Idea and Image of the Masses from Revolution to Fascism

by Stefan Jonsson

Between 1918 and 1933, the masses became a decisive preoccupation of European culture, fueling modernist movements in art, literature, architecture, theater, and cinema, as well as the rise of communism, fascism,...


Identity And Difference: John Locke And The Invention Of Consciousness

by Etienne Balibar

John Locke’s foundational place in the history of British empiricism and liberal political thought is well established. So, in what sense can Locke be considered a modern European philosopher? Identity and...


The Antinomies Of Realism

by Fredric Jameson

The Antinomies of Realism is a history ofthe nineteenth-century realist novel and its legacy told without a glimmer of nostalgia for artistic achievements that the movement of history makes it impossible to...


A Living Spirit of Revolt: The Infrapolitics of Anarchism

by Ziga Vodovnik & Howard Zinn

Dissecting anarchist history from classic examples through contemporary occurrences, and even tying it to everyday life, this exploration collects many disparate movements into a cohesive whole to better understand...


The Curatorial: A Philosophy of Curating

by Jean-Paul Martinon

Stop curating! And think what curating is all about. This book starts from this simple premise: thinking the activity of curating. To do that, it distinguishes between 'curating' and 'the curatorial'. If 'curating'...


The Art of Living: The Stoics on the Nature and Function of Philosophy

by John Sellars

Ancient philosophy was conceived as a way of life or an art of living, but if ancient philosophers did think that philosophy should transform an individual�s way of life, then what conception of philosophy...


The Presocratics and the Supernatural: Magic, Philosophy and Science in Early Greece

by Andrew Gregory

This book examines the relationship between magic, philosophy and the investigation of nature in presocratic Greece. Did the presocratic thinkers, often praised for their rejection of the supernatural, still...


Aristotle in 90 Minutes

by Paul Strathern

In Aristotle in 90 Minutes, Paul Strathern offers a concise, expert account of Aristotle's life and ideas, and explains their influence on man's struggle to understand his existence in the world. The book also...


Religion and Revelation after Auschwitz

by Balazs M. Mezei

Religion After Auschwitz is a philosophical approach to the notion of revelation. Following such authors as A. Dulles, R. Swinburne, or K. Ward, Balazs Mezei investigates some of the main problems of revelation...


Resonances: Noise and Contemporary Music

by Michael Goddard, Benjamin Halligan & Nicola Spelman

Resonances is a compelling collection of new essays by scholars, writers and musicians, all seeking to explore and enlighten this field of study. Noise seems to stand for a lack of aesthetic grace, to alienate...


Divine Self, Human Self: The Philosophy of Being in Two Gita Commentaries

by Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad

The Gita is a central text in Hindu traditions, and commentaries on it express a range of philosophical-theological positions. Two of the most significant commentaries are by Sankara, the founder of the Advaita...


Critical Theory in the Twenty-First Century

by Darrow Schecter

Critical Theory in the Twenty-First Century provides a thorough overview of critical theory, looking at its history and shortfalls.

First, the book explains the developments from the Frankfurt School and from...


The Impossible Community: Realizing Communitarian Anarchism

by John P. Clark

The Impossible Community confronts a critical moment when social and ecological catastrophe loom, the Left seems unable to articulate a response, and the Right is monopolizing public debates. This book offers...


Making Another World Possible: Anarchism, Anti-capitalism and Ecology in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Britain

by Peter Ryley

Making Another World Possible identifies the British contribution to the genealogy of modern green and anti-capitalist thinking by examining left libertarian ideologies in the late 19th and early 20th century...


Basic Concepts of Aristotelian Philosophy

by Martin Heidegger, Robert D. Metcalf & Mark B. Tanzer

Volume 18 of Martin Heidegger's collected works presents his important 1924 Marburg lectures which anticipate much of the revolutionary thinking that he subsequently articulated in Being and Time. Here are the...


Logic of Imagination: The Expanse of the Elemental

by John Sallis

The Shakespearean image of a tempest and its aftermath forms the beginning as well as a major guiding thread of Logic of Imagination. Moving beyond the horizons of his earlier work, Force of Imagination, John...