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Max Weber and Charles Peirce

by Basit Bilal Koshul

Max Weber and Charles Peirce: At the Crossroads of Science, Philosophy, and Culture shows that a relational conception of science is implicit in Max Weber’s reflections on scientific inquiry as a bridge between...


A Modest Certainty

by Frank D. Schubert

The central problem of philosophy is the problem of certainty. What does it mean to be sure? Are there ideas beyond the possibility of error or refutation? What does it mean for a notion to be incorrigible?...


A Wittgensteinian Way with Paradoxes

by Rupert Read

A Wittgensteinian Way with Paradoxes examines how some of the classic philosophical paradoxes that have so puzzled philosophers over the centuries can be dissolved. Read argues that paradoxes such as the Sorites,...


Picturing Hegel

by Julie E. Maybee

In her innovative take on G.W. F. Hegel's The Encyclopaedia Logic, Julie E. Maybee uses pictures and diagrams to cut through the philosopher's dense, difficult writing. Picturing Hegel: An Illustrated Guide...


Making Your Mind Matter

by Vincent Ryan Ruggiero

Making Your Mind Matter is a practical guide to effective thinking in college and in everyday life. Critical thinking guru Vincent Ryan Ruggiero explains how and why the mind has been neglected in American education,...


Critical Reasoning and Philosophy

by M. Andrew Holowchak

Critical Reasoning & Philosophy has been praised as an innovative and clearly written handbook that teaches new philosophy students how to read, evaluate, and write in a critical manner. Concise, accessible...


What the Tortoise Said to Achilles

by Lewis Carroll

When a tortoise challenges a great Greek hero to use his logic in order to decipher a simple philosophical argument, slight chaos ensues. ‘What the Tortoise Said to Achilles’ is an endless cycle of suppositions...


How to Become a Really Good Pain in the Ass

by Christopher DiCarlo

In this classic guide to critical thinking, author Christopher DiCarlo provides you with the tools you need to question beliefs and assumptions held by those who claim to know what they're talking about. How...


Ignes Fatui

by Charles Thomas Taylor

In Ignes Fatui, Charles Thomas Taylor examines various misapprehensions and misconceptions that interfere with clear rational thought. The title of the book, a loanword from Medieval Latin, means “foolish...


Wittgensteins Critique of Russells Multiple Relation Theory of Judgement

by James R. Connelly

Wittgenstein?s May?June 1913 critique of Russell?s multiple-relation theory of judgement (or MRTJ) marked a crucial turning point in the lives of two great twentieth-century thinkers. But it was also a watershed...


Rules of Reason

by Bo PhD Bennett

Weak claims are responsible for a significant amount of deception resulting in smart people believing things that aren't true.

Claims are constantly being made, many of which are confusing, ambiguous, too general...


Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

by Ludwig Wittgenstein, Luciano Bazzocchi & P.M.S. Hacker

This renewed edition of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus, exactly a century after Wittgenstein?s release, presents the text in a hierarchical manner, ?which is the way in which the book was composed and in...


Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason, and Seeking Truth in the Sciences

by René Descartes

The 'Discourse on the Method' is a philosophical and mathematical treatise published by René Descartes in 1637. Its full name is Discourse on the Method of Rightly Conducting the Reason, and Searching for Truth...


John Dewey's Earlier Logical Theory

by James Scott Johnston

When John Dewey's logical theory is discussed, the focus is invariably on his 1938 book Logic: The Theory of Inquiry. His earlier logical works are seldom referenced except in relation to that later work. As...


Informal Logical Fallacies

by Jacob E. Van Vleet

Critical thinking is now needed more than ever. This accessible and engaging book provides the necessary tools to question and challenge the discourse that surrounds us—whether in the media, the classroom,...


Reference and Identity in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Scriptures

by D. E. Buckner

In Reference and Identity in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Scriptures: The Same God?, D. E. Buckner argues that all reference is story-relative. We cannot tell which historical individual a person is talking...


Fact over Fake

by Linda Elder & Richard Paul

Today’s instantaneous and ever-present news stream frequently presents a sensationalized or otherwise distorted view of the world, demanding constant critical engagement on the part of everyday citizens. Richard...


The Gay Science

by Friedrich Nietzsche

Although dour in appearance and formidable in reputation, Friedrich Nietzsche was an ardent practitioner of the art of poetry?known in twelfth-century Provençal as "the gay science." This extensive collection...


Critical Thinking

by Linda Elder & Richard Paul

Written by two of the leading experts in the field, this introductory text presents critical thinking as a process for taking charge of and responsibility for one’s thinking.

Based in theory developed over...


Appreciating Analytic Philosophy - A Conversation with Scott Soames

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Scott Soames, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at University of Southern California. Scott Soames is specialized in the philosophy...