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174 Simple Acts to Change Your Life
by Patrick Lindsay
It's never too late... To stop the world... To enjoy the rain...to be curious...to sing...to find peace. It's a much-proven adage that it's never too late to do all those things for ourselves that we keep meaning to do, but put off because of ...
by Oliver Davis
This book is a critical introduction to contemporary French philosopher Jacques Rancière. It is the first introduction in any language to cover all of his major work and offers an accessible presentation and searching evaluation of his ...
by Theodore G. Ammon
<p>In his brief career Jimi Hendrix transformed rock music, established himself as the greatest guitarist of all time, and left a rich legacy of original songs and dazzling recordings. In <i>Jimi Hendrix and Philosophy</i>, philosophers come to ...
by Maximilian de Gaynesford
John McDowell has set the philosophical world alight with a revolutionary approach to the subject, illuminating old problems with dazzling particularity. In this welcome introduction to his work, Maximilian de Gaynesford puts writing within ...
by Friedrich Nietzsche
<i>The Joyous Science</i> is a liberating voyage of discovery as Nietzsche's realization that 'God is dead' and his critique of morality, the arts and modernity give way to an exhilarating doctrine of self-emancipation and the concept of eternal
by Jill Wright
by Jill Wright
by Ziyad Marar
Everyone worries about being judged. One foolish tweet can destroy a career, one careless image can ruin a reputation. Yet judgement is inescapable; we cannot be social beings without judging and being judged. We're stuck with judgement and all ...
100 of the Most Important Arguments in Western Philosophy
by Michael Bruce
<b>Does the existence of evil call into doubt the existence of God? Show me the argument.</b> Philosophy starts with questions, but attempts at answers are just as important, and these answers require reasoned argument. Cutting through dense ...
by Howard Caygill
By challenging many of the assumptions, misguided presuppositions and even legends that have surrounded the legacy and reception of Franz Kafka's work during the 20th century, Howard Caygill provides us with a radical new way of reading Kafka. ...
The Three Critiques
by Andrew Ward
Immanuel Kants three critiques the Critique of Pure Reason, the Critique of Practical Reason and the Critique of Judgment are among the pinnacles of Western Philosophy. This accessible study grounds Kants philosophical position in the context of
by Robert Wicks
by Henri Lefebvre
by Ian Evans
Introductions to the theory of knowledge are plentiful, but none introduce students to the most recent debates that exercise contemporary philosophers. Ian Evans and Nicholas D. Smith aim to change that. Their book guides the reader through the ...
by Jürgen Habermas
Habermas describes <i>Knowledge and Human Interests</i> as an attempt to reconstruct the prehistory of modern positivism with the intention of analysing the connections between knowledge and human interests. Convinced of the increasing ...
by Willem A. DeVries
by John P. Burgess
Saul Kripke has been a major influence on analytic philosophy and allied fields for a half-century and more. His early masterpiece, <i>Naming and Necessity</i>, reversed the pattern of two centuries of philosophizing about the necessary and ...
Philosopher of Scientific Revolutions
by Wes Sharrock
Thomas Kuhn's shadow hangs over almost every field of intellectual inquiry. His book <i>The Structure of Scientific Revolutions</i> has become a modern classic. His influence on philosophy, social science, historiography, feminism, theology, and
An Approach to a Theory of Symbols
by Nelson Goodman
Chronicling the life and death of the father of western philosophy, and charting his influence on the most influential ancient Greek philosophers, Plato's <i>The Last Days of Socrates </i>is translated from the Greek by Hugh Tredennick, revised ...