1289 books (65 pages) in this category
by Battista edited by Emiliano Battista
<i>Dissenting Words</i> is a lively and engaging collection of interviews that span the length of Jacques Ranci re 's trajectory, from the critique of Althusserian Marxism and the work on proletarian thinking in the nineteenth century to the ...
by Mari Ruti
Distilling into concise and focused formulations many of the main ideas that Mari Ruti has sought to articulate throughout her writing career, this book reflects on the general state of contemporary theory as it relates to posthumanist ethics, ...
The Factions of Life
by Courtland Lewis
<p>Courtland Lewis has scoured the planet to bring together the most talented faction members, factionless, and even a few from the Bureau to discuss the philosophy of <i>Divergent</i>.<br><br><i>Divergent and Philosophy</i> begins by ...
by Peter Dietsch
by Peter Dietsch
100 Ways of Spotting Spin and Nonsense from the Media, Celebrities and Politicians
by Julian Baggini
Banish bad arguments and woolly rhetoric! More addictive mental work-outs from the author of the bestselling The Pig that Wants to be Eaten. ...
The Other Book of Forbidden Knowledge
by William Irwin
by Tobie Nathan
Effective Altruism and a Radical New Way to Make a Difference
by William MacAskill
A radical reassessment of how we can most effectively help others by a rising star of philosophy and leading social entrepreneur. ...
How Philosophers Think
by Timothy Williamson
by Hazel Rose Markus
A collection of new essays by an interdisciplinary team of authors that gives a comprehensive introduction to race and ethnicity. <p> Doing Race focuses on race and ethnicity in everyday life: what they are, how they work, and why they matter. ...
by Anthony Gottlieb
In a short period - from the early 1640s to the eve of the French Revolution - Descartes, Hobbes, Spinoza, Locke, Leibniz, and Hume all made their mark on Western thought. <i>The Dream of Enlightenment </i>tells their story and that of the birth
Weirding Way of the Mentat
by Jeffrey Nicholas
Frank Herbert?s <i>Dune</i> is the biggest-selling science fiction story of all time; the original book and its numerous sequels have transported millions of readers into the alternate reality of the Duniverse. <i>Dune and Philosophy</i> raises ...
Read and Gain Advantage on All Wisdom Checks
by Christopher Robichaud
<p>Do demons and devils have free will? Does justice exist in Menzoberranzan? What?s the morality involved with player characters casting necromancy and summoning spells?</p> <p><i>Dungeons & Dragons and Philosophy</i> probes the rich terrain of
by John Duns Scotus
by Mark Dutton
by Jonathan Barnes
Democritus' atomic theory of matter, Zeno's dazzling 'proofs' that motion is impossible, Pythagorean insights into mathematics, Heraclitus' haunting and enigmatic epigrams - all form part of a revolution in human thought which relied on ...
by J. McQuillan
by Jacques Derrida
In this important new book, Jacques Derrida talks with Bernard Stiegler about the effect of teletechnologies on our philosophical and political moment. Improvising before a camera, the two philosophers are confronted by the very technologies ...
by Arne Naess
<b>'The smaller we come to feel ourselves compared with the mountain, the nearer we come to participating in its greatness.'</b><BR><b></b><BR>Philosopher, mountaineer, activist and visionary, Arne Naess's belief that all living things have ...