Books in category Philosophy – Criticism

  • Philosophy and Connectionist Theory

    Philosophy and Connectionist Theory
    William M. Ramsey, Stephen P. Stich, David E. Rumelhart

    This collection was designed to provide philosophers who have been working in the area of cognitive science with a forum for expressing their views on these recent developments.

  • Morality and Justice

    Morality and Justice
    John-Stewart Gordon, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania

    This book is a collection of twelve essays devoted to Michael Boylan's important work in moral philosophy,A Just Society.

  • Evolution and Conversion

    Evolution and Conversion
    René Girard

    Including an introduction by the authors, this is a revealing text by one of the most original thinkers of our time.

  • Abstract Machines

    Abstract Machines
    Garin Dowd

    "Abstract Machines: Samuel Beckett and Philosophy after Deleuze and Guattari" is an innovative approach to the relationship of the work of Samuel Beckett to philosophy.

  • Kierkegaard s Instant

    Kierkegaard’s Instant
    David J. Kangas

    By linking Kierkegaard's thought to the tradition of Meister Eckhart, Kangas formulates the central problem of these early texts and puts them into contemporary light — can thinking hold itself open to the challenges of temporality?

  • Time and Identity

    Time and Identity
    Joseph Keim Campbell, Michael O’Rourke, Harry S. Silverstein

    Original essays on the metaphysics of time, identity, and the self, written by distinguished scholars and important rising philosophers.

  • Thinking About Love

    Thinking About Love
    Diane Enns, Antonio Calcagno

    Rather than offering prescriptive claims, this volume explores how one might think about the concept philosophically, without attempting to resolve or alleviate its ambiguities, paradoxes, and limitations.

  • The Center Must Not Hold

    The Center Must Not Hold
    George Yancy

    Within this text, white women philosophers critique the field of philosophy for its complicity with whiteness as a structure of power, as normative, and as hegemonic.

  • Taking Wittgenstein at His Word

    Taking Wittgenstein at His Word
    Robert J. Fogelin

    In doing so, the book underscores fundamental–but frequently underappreciated–insights about Wittgenstein's later philosophy.

  • La hermeneutica del sujeto The Hermeneutics of the Subject

    La hermeneutica del sujeto/ The Hermeneutics of the Subject
    Michel Foucault

    Estudio en torno al «cuidado de sí» a través de la descripción del modo de la subjetivación antigua y en contraste con el modo de subjetivación moderno a partir del análisis de textos de autores como Platón, Marco Aurelio, Epicuro …

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