472 books (24 pages) in this category
by Mark Vernon
by Leszek Kolakowski
From philosopher Leszek Kolakowski, one of the giants of twentieth-century intellectual history, comes this highly influential study of Marxism. Written in exile, this "prophetic work" presents, according to the Library of Congress, "the most ...
by Karen Pagani
A Very Short Introduction
by Peter Singer
by Gill Hands
A Graphic Guide
by Rupert Woodfin
A bold new edition of this bestselling Graphic Guide to commemorate Marx's 200th birthday. ...
by Alain Badiou
In <i>Mathematics of the Transcendental</i>, Alain Badiou painstakingly works through the pertinent aspects of category theory, demonstrating their internal logic and veracity, their derivation and distinction from set theory, and the 'thinking ...
by Richard Cochrane
by Andrea Rehberg
by David;Harper, Tauel Savat
Media pervade and saturate the world around us. From the proliferation of social media, to crowdsourcing, big data, games, and more traditional media such as television, radio, and print, media provide the framework for our engagement with the ...
by Jonathan Kibble
with selected correspondence
by Marcus Aurelius
'Do not act as if you had ten thousand years to live ... while you have life in you, while you still can, make yourself good.'The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius (AD 121-180) is a private notebook of philosophical reflections, written by a Roman
by Rene Descartes
The <i>Meditations</i> (1641) must surely be Rene Descartes' masterpiece. The six <i>Meditations</i> and accompanying selections from the <i>Objections and Replies</i> provide a definitive statement of what Descartes intended as the foundations ...
by Marcus Aurelius
These spiritual reflections of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (AD 121-180) show a leader trying to make sense of himself and the universe, and cover diverse topics such as the question of virtue, human rationality and the nature of the gods. In ...
by Adolf Hitler
This treatise by the ancient Greek philosopher offers a fine introduction to classical metaphysics, a foundational area in the history of science. Aristotle employs the dialectical method, reasoning from reliable opinions rather than known ...
by Jonathan Tallant
<i>If the sentence my cat is on the mat ' is true how does it get to be true' Sentences are made true by what exists. But what about claims such as There were dinosaurs' ' and 2+2=4 '. How do they get to be true' ...
In <i>The Metaphysics</i>, Aristotle laid the foundations for one of the central branches of Western philosophy. Aristotle was always passionately interested in natural phenomena. Yet when he joined Plato's Academy as a 17-year-old in the ...
by William G. Lycan
First published in 1990, <i>Mind and Cognition: An Anthology</i> is now firmly established as a popular teaching apparatus for upper level undergraduate and graduate courses in the philosophy of mind. <br /> <ul> <li style="list-style: none"><br