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Explore the wonder of science, the ups and downs of being ‘spiritual but not religious’, the insights of ancient philosophy, and God the biggest question… p. 2

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*A new updated version of Mark Vernon’s After Atheism. Includes new chapters looking at mindfulness meditation, pic’n’mix religion, quantum spirituality, the probability of God and why Stephen Hawking is wrong about nothing. *

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Us Before Me Ethics and Social Capital for Global Well-being

Patricia Illingworth

This powerful and passionate book argues that ‘social capital’ should be an essential ethical concept guiding our actions, and explains how to go about implementing this idea in a positive way.


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Contents General Philosophy and Philosophers

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Theory of Knowledge and Metaphysics

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New Waves in Philosophy Series

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Philosophy of Art, Film and Literature

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History of Analytic Philosophy Series

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Philosophers in Depth Series

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Philosophy of Science and the Environment

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Classic Texts

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Philosophy of Religion

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Michel Foucault: Lectures at the Collège de France Series

John Hick

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Henri Bergson Centennial Series

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Black Religion / Womanist Thought / Social Justice Series

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Renewing Philosophy Series

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Teaching and Researching in Higher Education

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Universities into the 21st Century Series

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Index

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Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science New Directions in Philosophy & Cognitive Science Series

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Philosophy of Language

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Philosophy of Psychology

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Ethics and Moral Philosophy

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The Palgrave Macmillan Animal Ethics Series

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Political and Social Philosophy

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Philosophy of Law

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Welcome to the Philosophy & Religion 2011 catalogue. 2011 brings a diverse and exciting collection of Philosophy and Religion titles to Palgrave Macmillan. Our major trade highlight this year is Mark Vernon’s How to be an Agnostic, which grapples with the big questions on God, spirituality and science in an engaging and thought-provoking way. We are also delighted to announce the publication of the latest of Foucault’s lectures at the Collège de France, The Courage of Truth, as we continue to bring Foucault’s ideas to many more readers in the English speaking world. Students and scholars of continental and political philosophy will also be interested in our new title Capitalist Sorcery, translated from the French original, a powerful and bold analysis of capitalism co-authored by distinguished philosopher, Isabelle Stengers and Philippe Pignarre. This summer sees the exciting publication of a further three titles in our groundbreaking interdisciplinary Animal Ethics series: Animals and Social Work: A Moral Introduction; The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments and Popular Media and Animals. Finally, our scholarly publishing highlights include key additions to our range of series, such as the History of Analytic Philosophy, and New Waves in Philosophy, and New Directions in Philosophy and Cognitive Science. Best Wishes, Priyanka Gibbons, Senior Commissioning Editor, Scholarly and Reference, p.gibbons@palgrave.com

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GeNERAL PHILOSOPHY AND PHILOSOPHERS General Philosophy and Philosophers MARK VERNON

HIGHLIGHT

The Meaning of Friendship

How To Be An Agnostic

Mark Vernon, Freelance Writer, London, UK

‘A history of the idea of friendship through the works of various thinkers from Plato to Nietzsche. It’s genuinely useful, lucid, informative and wise.’ - The Independent, Books of the Year 2005 'A wonderfully thoughtful and timely reflection on the importance of friendship in helping us become honest, courageous and wise.’ - Stuart Jeffries, The Guardian Mark Vernon offers penetrating insights on the idea of friendship, using philosophy and modern culture to ask about friendship and sex, work, politics and spirituality. He also explores how notions of friendship may or may not be changing because of the internet, and looks at the psychology of friendship. April 2010 Paperback

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Mark Vernon, Freelance Writer, London, UK

'Mark Vernon - a former Anglican priest who left the church only to find dogmatic unbelief just as unsatisfying - shows how being an agnostic can be a modern version of the spiritual life. If you are discontented with simpleminded atheism and literal-minded faith, this is the book for you.’- John Gray, author of The Immortalization Commisssion: Science and the Strange Quest to Cheat Death 'This lucid and eminently readable book brings home to the reader the importance of recognizing the limits of our knowledge. At a time when public and private discourse is often characterized by an aggressive and unrealistic certainty, it is an important contribution.’Karen Armstrong, one of the world’s leading commentators on religious affairs 'As ever, Mark Vernon writes with sharp insight and a generous understanding of how humans search and create meanings to sustain their lives. He is, quite simply, one of the few writers in England today who really understands the impulse to religious belief and how a faithless age can respond. There are few others I trust to bring such intelligence and sympathy to these issues.’ Madeleine Bunting, The Guardian The authentic spiritual quest is marked not by certainties but by questions and doubt. Mark Vernon – who was a priest, and left an atheist – explores the wonder of science, the ups and downs of being ‘spiritual but not religious’, the insights of ancient philosophy, and God the biggest question. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction: There’s Something, not Nothing / Socrates’ Quest: The Agnostic Spirit / Cosmic Religion: How Science does God / How to Be Human: Science and Ethics / Socrates or Buddha? On Being Spiritual but not Religious / Bad Faith: Religion as Certainty / Christian Agnosticism: Learned Ignorance / Following Socrates: A Way of Life / How To Be An Agnostic: An A-Z / Further reading and references / Index March 2011 Paperback

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Philosophy

JULIAN BAGGINI

Bryan Greetham, Honorary Fellow, University of Durham, UK

Bryan Greetham, Honorary Fellow, University of Durham, UK

‘Bryan Greetham has, in one way, achieved something remarkable in writing this book: it is as close as one could reasonably hope to being a completely comprehensive introductory textbook in philosophy...The book is well organized and well designed for student use...’ - E. J. Lowe, Times Higher Education Supplement

This book gives professionals and business people the essential tools to become better thinkers and decision-makers. It sets out simple methods and techniques to avoid poor decision making by developing our conceptual, creative and critical thinking skills, along with ways of incorporating them within our daily lives.

This is a clear, accessible introduction to the method and subject of Philosophy. Written to meet the needs of students, there are clear note structures at the end of each chapter to help students use the ideas confidently, with movements in thought represented on intellectual maps that will allow them to see how each thought fits into the whole.

Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / PART I: ORIGINAL IDEAS / Reprogramming our Thinking / Asking the Right Questions / Generating Ideas / PART II: STRUCTURING OUR IDEAS / Causal Thinking / Conceptual Thinking – Analysis 1: Second Order Thinking / Conceptual Thinking – Analysis 2: The Three-Step Technique / Conceptual Thinking: Synthesis / PART III: CREATIVE THINKING / Problem Solving 1: Analogies / Problem Solving 2: Adapting Structures / PART IV: CRITICAL THINKING / Thinking with Arguments 1: The Components / Thinking with Arguments 2: The Connections / Thinking with Evidence 1: Describing It / Thinking with Evidence 2: Drawing Relevant Inferences / Thinking with Evidence 3: Drawing Reliable Inferences / Thinking with Language 1: Clarity / Thinking with Language 2: Consistency / PART V: MORAL THINKING : A CASE STUDY / Moral Thinking 1: Generating Ideas / Moral Thinking 2: Structuring Ideas / Moral Thinking 3: Designing Solutions / Moral Thinking 4: Evaluating Solutions / Conclusion / Glossary / Index

Philosophy: Key Texts Julian Baggini, Editor, The Philosophers’ Magazine

‘...these are very useful books, both of which I would recommend as valuable contributions to introductory literature in the field of philosophy.’ Elizabeth Burns, Think

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Philosophy: Key Themes Julian Baggini, Editor, The Philosophers’ Magazine

‘A concise and wellstructured overview of five of the themes taught at AS and A2 level: Theory of Knowledge, Philosophy of Religion, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind and Political Philosophy.’ - Gareth Southwell, Philosophy Online September 2002 152pp Paperback £19.99

Thinking Skills for Professionals

May 2006 Paperback

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Issues in Philosophy

History of Western Philosophy

An Introduction 2nd edition

Nigel Tubbs, Professor of Philosophical and Educational Thought, University of Winchester, UK

Calvin Lewis Pinchin, St David’s College, Llandudno, Wales, UK

This substantially revised and updated edition of Calvin Pinchin’s balanced and lucid introductory guide to philosophy is organized around the key areas students will cover, including: Theory of Knowledge; Ethics; Social and Political Philosophy; Philosophy of Religion; Philosophy of Mind; and new for this edition - Philosophy of Science.

Nigel Tubbs takes the history of Western philosophy to be the search for first principles. He argues that neo-Platonic logic, fundamentally misunderstanding the negative, posited philosophical thought as error. Kant and Hegel later re-educated the modern mind about negation in logic, transforming the way modern philosophy contests first principles.

December 2004 360pp Hardback £70.00 Paperback £20.99

August 2009 Hardback Paperback

'Invaluable for students and anyone wishing to understand many of the main issues in Philosophy for the first time.’ - Keith Maslin, Head of Philosophy and Critical Thinking, Esher College, UK

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Mastering Philosophy 2nd edition Anthony Harrison-Barbet, Senior Tutor in Philosophy, Dublin City University, Republic of Ireland

Mastering Philosophy introduces the beginner to all the main areas of this fascinating subject. A wide range of problems are investigated within a generally historical framework from the Ancient Greeks through to the present day. In this second, comprehensively revised edition, attention has been paid to recent developments in continental philosophy. New chapters on critical thinking and oriental philosophy have also been included. February 2001 Paperback

528pp £18.99

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Key Concepts in Philosophy Paddy McQueen, Queen’s University Belfast, UK and Hilary McQueen, Research Officer and Lecturer, Institute of Education, University of London, UK

Nietzsche’s Gay Science Dancing Coherence Monika M. Langer, Associate Professor Emerita of Philosophy, University of Victoria, Canada

A step-by-step illumination of the intricacy, ‘logic’, and importance of one of Nietzsche’s richest and most complex works. In a clear and accessible manner the author explains the interconnectedness of The Gay Science’s seemingly unrelated sections. Throughout she provides critical commentary, background information, and translation corrections. Contents: Introduction / Nietzsche’s Preface / ‘Joke, Cunning, and Revenge.’ Prelude in German Rhymes / BOOK I / Sections 1-10 / Sections 11-33 / Sections 34-56 / BOOK II / Sections 57-75 / Sections 76-85 / Sections 86-98 / Sections 99-107 / BOOK III / Sections 108-125 / Sections 126-153 / Sections 154-275 / BOOK IV / Sections 276-290 / Sections 291-298 / Sections 299-306 / Sections 307-315 / Sections 316-325 / Sections 326334 / Sections 335-342 / BOOK V / Sections 343-355 / Sections 356-365 / Sections 366-374 / Sections 375-383 / Appendix: ‘Songs of Prince Vogelfrei’ / Bibliography / Index August 2010 Hardback Paperback

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An accessible account of philosophical concepts, theories and key thinkers with an emphasis on recent developments in the field. Containing over 300 entries, the terms are ordered alphabetically and cross referenced for ease of use. Suggestions for further reading follow the explanations, encouraging further reflection and independent learning. July 2010 Paperback

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Political Writings of Friedrich Nietzsche An Edited Anthology Frank Cameron, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada and Don Dombowsky, Bishop’s University, Canada

Political Writings of Friedrich Nietzsche is an anthology that gathers together, for the first time, the political commentary and writings found throughout Nietzsche’s corpus. Included is an historical introduction which demonstrates that Nietzsche was an observer of and responded to the political events which defined the Bismarckian era. Contents: Acknowledgements / List of Abbreviations / Introduction / Schulpforta, 1862 / Agonistic Politics, 1871-1874 / The Free Spirit, 1878-1880 / The Campaign Against Morality, 1881-1885 / Aristocratic Radical, 18861887 / The Antichrist, 1888 / Notes / Selected Glossary of Names / Selected Bibliography / Index October 2008 Paperback

344pp £20.99

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New Waves in Philosophy Series Editors: Duncan Pritchard and Vincent Hendricks

New Waves in Philosophy of Law Edited by Maksymilian Del Mar, Researcher, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

New Waves in Philosophy aims to gather the young and up-and-coming scholars in philosophy to give their view of the subject now and in the years to come, and to serve a documentary purpose i.e., ‘this is what they said then, and this is what happened’. It will also provide a snap-shot of cutting-edge research that will be of vital interest to researchers and students working in all subject areas of philosophy.

New Waves in Ethics Edited by Thom Brooks, Reader in Political and Legal Philosophy, University of Newcastle, UK

Bringing together the leading future figures in ethics broadly construed with essays ranging from metaethics and normative ethics to applied ethics and political philosophy, topics include new work on experimental philosophy, feminism, and global justice incorporating perspectives informed from historical and contemporary approaches alike. Contents: Series Editors’ Preface / Notes on Contributors / Introduction; T.Brooks / Conflict, Regret, and Modern Moral Philosophy; L.Kahn / What Did the British Idealists Ever Do For Us?; T.Brooks / How Not To Argue For Motivational Internalism; D.Bromwich / Egalitarianism and Prioritarianism; I.Hirose / Bias and Reasoning: Haidt’s Theory of Moral Judgment; S.M.Liao / Dehumanisation; M.Mikkola / Guilt, Embarrassment, and the Existence of Character Traits; C.B.Miller / Letting Die by Contract; G.Overland / Choosing Well: Value Pluralism and Patterns of Choice; C.Andreou / Knowing Their Own Good: Preferences & Liberty in Global Ethics; L.Fuller / Making free trade fair; N.Hassoun / Taking the Broader View: The Public Interest, Deliberative Democracy and Political Ethics; I.O’Flynn / Climate Change and Morality; J.Webber / Index April 2011 Hardback Paperback

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'Those looking for fresh insights on current issues in legal philosophy should look no further.’ Thom Brooks, Newcastle University, UK A collection of eleven cutting-edge essays by leading young scholars, challenging long-held assumptions and offering new research paradigms in Philosophy of Law - in five parts 1) methodology/metatheory; 2) reasoning/evaluating; 3) values/the moral life; 4) institutions/the social life; and 5) the global/ international dimension. Contents: Notes on Contributors / Series Editors’ Preface / PART I: METHODOLOGY AND METATHEORY / Rediscovering Fuller and Llewellyn: Law as Custom and Process; S.Soosay / Analytical Jurisprudence and Contingency; M.Giudice / Jurisprudence and Psychology; D.Priel / PART II: REASONING AND EVALUATING / Pre-Reflective Law; J.Crowe / Virtue and Reason in Law; A.Amaya / PART III: VALUES AND THE MORAL LIFE / Making Law Bind: Legal Normativity as a Dynamic Concept; S.Delacroix / Tolerance or Toleration? How to Deal with Religious Conflicts in Europe; L.Zucca / PART IV: INSTITUTIONS AND THE SOCIAL LIFE / The Social Epistemology of Public Institutions; M.Cohen / Two Perspectives on the Requirements of a Practice; S.Sciaraffa / PART V: THE INTERNATIONAL AND GLOBAL DIMENSION / Legitimacy and Multi-Level Governance; B. van der Vossen / The Relative Authority of Law – A Contribution to ‘Pluralist Jurisprudence’; N.Roughan / Index July 2011 Hardback Paperback

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New Waves in Truth

New Waves in Philosophy CONT...

Edited by Cory D. Wright, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, California State University Long Beach, USA and Nikolaj J.L.L. Pedersen, Post-doctoral Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

New Waves in Metaethics Edited by Michael S. Brady, Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Glasgow, UK

Metaethics occupies a central place in analytical philosophy, and the last forty years has seen an upsurge of interest in questions about the nature and practice of morality. This collection presents original and ground-breaking research on metaethical issues from some of the very best of a new generation of philosophers working in this field. Contents: Acknowledgements / Series Editors’ Preface / Notes on Contributors / Introduction; M.Brady / NonNaturalist Ethical Realism; W.Fitzpatrick / Naturalistic Metaethics at Half Price; J.Gert / In Defence of Moral Error Theory; J.Olson / The Myth of Moral Fictionalism; T.Cuneo & S.Christy / Metaethics and the Philosophy of Language; M.Chrisman / How not to Avoid Wishful Thinking; M.Schroeder / Internal Reasons and the Motivating Intuition; J.Markovits / Beyond Wrong Reasons: The Buck-Passing Account of Value; U.Heuer / A Wrong Turn to Reasons?; P.Väyrynen / Shmagency Revisited; D.Enoch / The Authority of Social Norms; N.Southwood / Moral Epistemology; A.Hills / Aesthetics, Objectivity and Particularism; S.Mckeever & M.Ridge / Index November 2010 312pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £19.99

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What is truth? Philosophers are interested in a range of issues involving the concept of truth beginning with what sorts of things can be true. This is a collection of eighteen new and original research papers on truth and other alethic phenomena by twenty of the most promising young scholars working on truth today. Contents: Series Editors’ Preface / Notes on the Editors / List of Contributors / PART I: DEFLATIONISM AND BEYOND / Truth as Conceptually Primitive; D.Patterson / Rejectionism about Truth; M.Eklund / New Wave Deflationism; N.Damnjanovic / Why Deflationists should be Pretense Theorists (and Perhaps Already Are); B.Armour-Garb & J.A.Woodbridge / PART II: ASCRIPTION, ATTRIBUTION, PREDICATION / Compendious Assertion and Natural Language (Generalized) Quantification: A Problem for Deflationary Truth; J.Collins / Explicit Truth Ascriptions; C.Horisk / PART III: TRUTH VALUES / Deflationism and Gaps; P.Greenough / Falsity; K.Scharp / PART IV: THE VALUE OF TRUTH / Metarepresentation and the Cognitive Value of the Concept of Truth; G.Rattan / Truth, Autonomy, and the Plurality of Goods; A.Kovach / True Belief is not Instrumentally Valuable; C.B.Wrenn / PART V: REALISM AND CORRESPONDENCE / The Makings of Truth: Realism, Response-dependence, and Relativism; D.López de Sa / Truth, Pluralism, Monism, Correspondence; C.D.Wright & N.J.L.L.Pedersen / Representation-Friendly Deflationism versus Modest Correspondence; P.Marino / PART VI: KINDS OF TRUTH AND TRUTH-APT DISCOURSE / Truth and Error in Morality; D.Dorsey / Perspectival Truth and Color Primitivism; B.Brogaard / A New Problem for the Linguistic Doctrine of Necessary Truth; G.Russell / How to be an Expressivist about Truth; M.Schroeder / Index July 2010 Hardback Paperback

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New Waves in Philosophy of Action Edited by Jesús Aguilar, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA, Andrei A. Buckareff, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Marist College, USA and Keith Frankish, Senior Lecturer, The Open University, UK

A collection of original, state-of-the-art essays by some of the best young philosophers working on the myriad problems of action and agency. Each one has already made important contributions to the philosophy of action and cognate areas. The chapters reflect their research and make a significant contribution to some debate in the field. Contents: Series Editors’ Preface / Acknowledgements / Notes on Contributors / Introduction / PART I: FOUNDATIONS OF ACTION AND AGENCY / Agency, Ownership, and the Standard Theory; M.E.Schlosser / Failing to do the Impossible; C.Sartorio / Experimental Philosophy of Action; T.Nadelhoffer / PART II: AUTONOMY / Identification, Psychology, and Habits; B.Pollard / Mass Perverse Identification: An Argument for a Modest Concept of Autonomy; Y.Shemmer / Cartesian Reflections on the Autonomy of the Mental; M.Soteriou / PART III: FREE AGENCY / The Revisionist Turn: A Brief History of Recent Work on Free Will; M.Vargas / Luck and Free Will; N.Levy / Experimental Philosophy on Free Will: An Error Theory for Incompatibilist Intuitions; E.Nahmias& D.Murray / PART IV: ACTION AND AGENCY IN CONTEXT / Agentive Experiences as Pushmi-Pullyu Representations; T.Bayne / Double Bookkeeping in Delusions: Explaining the Gap Between Saying and Doing; L.Bortolotti / The Limits of Rationality in Collective Action Explanations; S.R.Chant / Index October 2010 Hardback Paperback

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GeNERAL PHILOSOPHY AND PHILOSOPHERS History of Analytic Philosophy

Moore and Wittgenstein Scepticism, Certainty and Common Sense

Bolzano’s Theoretical Philosophy An Introduction Sandra Lapointe, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Kansas State University, USA

The first book in English to offer a systematic survey of Bolzano’s philosophical logic and theory of knowledge, it offers a reconstruction of Bolzano’s views on a series of key issues: the analysis of meaning, generality, analyticity, logical consequence, mathematical demonstration and knowledge by virtue of meaning. Contents: Series Editor’s Foreword / Acknowledgements  / Introduction / Kant / Decomposition / Meaning and Analysis / A Substitutional Theory / Analyticity / Consequence / Justification and Proof / A Priori Knowledge / Things, Collections and Numbers / Frege / Husserl, Logical Psychologism and the Theory of Knowledge / Notes / Bibliography / Index January 2011 Hardback

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Edited by Nuno Venturinha, Research Fellow, New University of Lisbon, Portugal

Annalisa Coliva, Lecturer, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

Series Editor: Michael Beaney The main aim of this series is to create a venue for work on the history of analytic philosophy, and to consolidate the area as a major branch of philosophy. The ‘history of analytic philosophy’ is to be understood broadly, as covering the period from the last three decades of the nineteenth century to the end of the twentieth century, beginning with the work of Frege, Russell, Moore and Wittgenstein (who are generally regarded as its main founders) and the influences upon them, and going right up to the recent history of the analytic tradition.

Wittgenstein After His Nachlass

Does scepticism threaten our common sense picture of the world? Does it really undermine our deep-rooted certainties? Answers to these questions are offered through a comparative study of the epistemological work of two key figures in the history of analytic philosophy, G. E. Moore and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Contents: Series Editor’s Foreword / Abbreviations of Works by Moore and Wittgenstein / Aknowledgements / Introduction / G. E. Moore: Scepticism, Certainty and Common Sense / Wittgenstein: Belief, Knowledge and Certainty / Wittgenstein: Doubts and the Nonsense of Scepticism / Wittgenstein: Hinges, Certainty, WorldPicture and Mythology / Conclusion: Moore and Wittgenstein On Epistemology and Language: A Synopsis / References / Index September 2010 264pp Hardback £55.00

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Carnap’s Logical Syntax of Language Pierre Wagner, Maître de Conferences, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France

This volume’s aim is to provide an introduction to Carnap’s book from a historical and philosophical perspective, each chapter focusing on one specific issue. The book will be of interest not only to Carnap scholars but to all those interested in the history of analytical philosophy. April 2009 Hardback

288pp £57.00

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Leading scholars in the field offer new ways of looking at Wittgenstein’s papers as well as clear, comprehensive and original philosophical interpretations of them. The volume includes two texts by Wittgenstein previously unpublished in English. April 2010 Hardback

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Bertrand Russell and the Edwardian Philosophers Constructing the World Omar Nasim, Senior Research Fellow, Chair for Science Studies (ETH-Zurich), Switzerland

The author demonstrates the significant role that some of the Edwardian philosophers played in the formation of Russell’s work on the problem of the external world done at the tail-end of a controversy which raged between about 1900-1915. October 2008 Hardback

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Hume on Motivation and Virtue

Philosophers in Depth

Edited by Charles R. Pigden, Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Otago, New Zealand

Series Editors: Stephen Boulter and Constantine Sandis Philosophers in Depth is a unique series of themed collections focusing on particular aspects of key philosophical figures. The collections will showcase and bring together new work by top scholars as well as key papers from past scholars, with the aim of deepening our understanding of some of the views and ideas of major figures from the history of philosophy. Each volume will stand alone, but taken together they will amount to a vast collection of critical essays covering the history of Western philosophy, exploring both individual philosophers and central topics within philosophy. Unlike existing series which either focus in on a key text or focus more broadly on a philosopher’s entire corpus and thought, these volumes will fill a gap in the market by their coherent exploration of a particular aspect of that philosopher’s work.

Reid on Ethics

This collection is devoted to questions in meta-ethics and moral psychology arising from the work of David Hume. The collection focuses on questions arising from Hume’s views on reason, motivation and virtue including new essays from notable Hume scholars.

November 2009 320pp Hardback £60.00

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Edited by Sabine Roeser, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

November 2009 288pp Hardback £60.00

This is the first edited collection to bring together classic pieces and new work by leading scholars of Thomas Reid. The contributors explore key elements of Reid’s ideas about moral epistemology, moral emotions, moral agency and practical ethics. 216x138mm 978-0-230-21969-4

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Hegel on Action

The Later Wittgenstein on Language

Sartre on the Body Edited by Katherine J. Morris, Lecturer in Philosophy, Mansfield College Oxford, UK

Sartre scholars and others engage with Jean-Paul Sartre’s descriptions of the human body, bringing him into dialogue with feminists, sociologists, psychologists and historians and asking: What is pain? Do men and women experience their bodies differently? How do society and culture shape our bodies? Can we re-shape them? December 2009 272pp Hardback £60.00

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Edited by Arto Laitinen, Research Fellow, University of Jyväskylä, Finland and Constantine Sandis, Lecturer in Philosophy, Oxford Brookes University, UK

This unique collection focuses on Hegel’s Philosophy of Action as it relates to current concerns. Including key papers by Taylor, MacIntyre, and McDowell as well as eleven especially commissioned contributions, it aims to readdress the dialogue between Hegel and contemporary philosophy of action. October 2010 Hardback

320pp £55.00

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Edited by Daniel Whiting, Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Southampton, UK

This volume brings together distinguished Wittgenstein scholars and renowned philosophers of language in order to examine what Wittgenstein has to say about language and to assess its significance for contemporary philosophy. December 2009 256pp Hardback £60.00

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CLASSIC TEXTS Classic Texts Michel Foucault: Lectures At the CollÈge de France series

The Government of Self and Others

Series Editor: Arnold I. Davidson Translated by Graham Burchell Michel Foucault remains among the towering intellectual figures of the modern age. His works on sexuality, madness, the prison and medicine are classics; his example continues to challenge and inspire. From 1971 until his death in 1984, Foucault gave public lectures at the world-famous Collège de France. These lectures were seminal events. Attended by thousands, they created benchmarks for contemporary critical inquiry. These lectures are now being made available in English for the first time in this series from Palgrave Macmillan.

The Courage of Truth

April 2010 Paperback

Security, Territory, Population

Michel Foucault

Michel Foucault

An exciting and highly original examination of the practices of truthtelling and speaking out freely (parrēsia) in ancient Greek tragedy and philosophy. Foucault discusses the difficult and changing practices of truth-telling in ancient democracies and tyrannies and offers a new perspective on the specific relationship of philosophy to politics.

This book derives from Foucault’s lectures at the Collège de France between January and April 1978, which can be seen as a radical turning point in his thought. Focusing on ‘biopower’, he studies the foundations of this new technology of power over population and explores the technologies of security and the history of ‘governmentality’.

424pp £12.99

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March 2007 Paperback

448pp £12.99

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Psychiatric Power

The Birth of Biopolitics

Lectures at the Collège de France, 1973-1974

Lectures at the Collège de France, 1978-1979

Michel Foucault

'In his powerful final course of lectures, expertly edited by Frédéric Gros and sympathetically translated by Graham Burchell, Foucault provides an explicitly political focus to his work on parrhesia.' Stuart Elden, Durham University, UK The Courage of Truth is the last course that Michel Foucault delivered at the Collège de France before his death in 1984. In this course, he continues the theme of the previous year’s lectures in exploring the notion of “truth-telling” in politics to establish a number of ethically irreducible conditions based on courage and conviction. April 2011 Hardback

384pp £22.99

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August 2008 Paperback

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Michel Foucault

Michel Foucault

In this addition to the Collège de France Lecture Series, Michel Foucault explores the birth of psychiatry, examining Western society’s division of ‘mad’ and ‘sane’ and how medicine and law influenced these attitudes. This seminal new work by a leading thinker of the modern age opens new vistas within historical and philosophical study.

Foucault continues on the theme of his 1978 course by focusing on the study of liberal and neoliberal forms of government and concentrating in particular on two forms of neo-liberalism: German post-war liberalism and the liberalism of the Chicago School. April 2010 Paperback

368pp £12.99

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Creative Evolution

Henri Bergson Centennial Series

Henri Bergson

Henri Bergson (1859-1941) is one of the truly great philosophers of the modernist period, and there is currently a major renaissance of interest in his unduly neglected texts and ideas amongst philosophers, literary theorists, and social theorists. Bergson preoccupied himself with problems that continue to remain at the centre of philosophical inquiry, including the nature of consciousness, of time and memory, of freedom, and the significance of evolution. The publication of these three texts should serve to correct the widespread misconception of Bergson as a mystical vitalist, as well as encouraging the teaching of Bergson at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Taken together these texts demonstrate the precise nature and full extent of Bergson’s commitment to a true or genuine empiricism, an empiricism that has the potential to inspire fresh philosophical thinking today.

Creative Evolution (1907) is the text that made Bergson world-famous in his own lifetime; in it Bergson responds to the challenge presented to our habits of thought by modern evolutionary theory, and attempts to show that the theory of knowledge must have its basis in a theory of life. July 2007 Hardback

312pp £65.00

Henri Bergson Introduction by Keith Ansell-Pearson, University of Warwick, UK

Henri Bergson

This collection of his essays and lectures from the period 1901-13, features ideas on life and consciousness, soul and body, mind and brain that remain highly pertinent to contemporary work in the philosophy of mind.

Introduction by John Mullarkey, University of Dundee, UK

104pp £12.99

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Mind-Energy

An Introduction to Metaphysics

This essential book contains Bergson’s classic statement that to philosophize is to reverse the habitual directions of our thinking, and his claim that true empiricism amounts to true metaphysics.

Reissued edition

Introduction by Keith Ansell-Pearson, University of Warwick, UK

Series Editor: Keith Ansell-Pearson

July 2007 Paperback

Critique of Pure Reason

July 2007 Hardback

272pp £52.00

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Immanuel Kant Norman Kemp Smith, sometime Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, University of Edinburgh, UK, Howard Caygill, Goldsmiths College, London, UK and Gary Banham, Department of Politics and Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason is one of the most rewarding of all philosophical works. The text follows the second edition of 1787, with a translation of all first edition passages altered or omitted. For this reissue of Kemp Smith’s classic 1929 edition, Gary Banham contributes a major new Bibliography of secondary sources on Kant. August 2007 Hardback Paperback

768pp £60.00 £19.99

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On Liberty With Related Documents John Stuart Mill Alan Kahan, formerly University of Chicago, Rice University and Florida International University, USA

This edition of On Liberty is the first to combine John Stuart Mill’s influential work with a set of relevant primary sources by Mill and his contemporaries. Alan Kahan’s introduction provides background on nineteenth century British politics and society; intriguing biographical details; and discussion of the core issues that On Liberty addresses. April 2008 Paperback

176pp £11.99

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Bergson and Phenomenology Edited by Michael R. Kelly, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Boston College, USA

Examining the revival of Bergsonism for phenomenology, leading scholars of both areas inaugurate a dialogue long overdue. By assessing phenomenology’s readings of Bergson and Bergsonian challenges to phenomenological methods, the essays in this volume explore anew the issues of central concern in contemporary continental philosophy. Contents: Acknowledgements / Notes on Contributors /Introduction; M.R.Kelly / PART I. READING BERGSON ANEW: A FOUNDATION FOR THE BERGSON/ PHENOMENOLOGY DEBATE / L. Lawlor: Intuition and Duration: An Introduction to Bergson’s ‘Introduction to Metaphysics’ / R.Bernet: Bergson on the Driven Force of Consciousness and Life / G.Gutting: Bergson and Merleau-Ponty on Experience and Science / S.Crocker: Man Falls Down: Art, Life, and Finitude in Bergson’s Essay on Laughter / PART II. INTERSECTIONS: THE BERGSON/PHENOMENOLOGY DEBATE / T.Perri & H.Jacobs: Intuition and Freedom: Bergson, Husserl, and the Movement of Philosophy / D.Zahavi: Life, Thinking and Phenomenology in the early Bergson / P.A.Y.Gunter: A Criticism of Sartre’s Concept of Time / A.Al-Saji: Life as Vision: Bergson and the Future of Seeing Differently / N.de Warren: Bergson and Levinas / J.Mullarkey: The Psycho-Physics of Phenomenology: Bergson and Henry / PART III. LIFEWORLD AND LIFE: THE FUNDAMENT OF THE BERGSON/PHENOMENOLOGY DEBATE? / P.Kerzsberg: From the World of Life to the Life-world / F.Worms: Consciousness or Life? Bergson between Phenomenology and Metaphysics / R.Barbaras: The Failure of Bergsonism / Index September 2010 296pp Hardback £55.00

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Originary Technicity: The Theory of Technology from Marx to Derrida Arthur Bradley, Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Literature and Critical Theory, Lancaster University, UK

This book is the first critical genealogy of Jacques Derrida’s philosophy of technology. It traces the evolution of what Derrida calls ‘originary technicity’ via an appraisal of his own philosophy of technology together with that of key interlocutors including Marx, Freud, Lacan, Heidegger and Bernard Stiegler. Contents: Acknowledgements / Life / Labour / Psyche / Being / The Other / Time / Death / Bibliography / Index July 2011 Hardback

224pp £50.00

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Gilles Deleuze: Affirmation in Philosophy Jay Conway, Adjunct Professor of Philosophy, California State University, Los Angeles, USA

Why does knowledge of philosophy presuppose knowledge of reality? What are the characters in Deleuze’s theatre and philosophy? How are his famous metaphysical distinctions secondary to the concept of philosophy as practice and politics? These questions are answered through careful analysis and application of Deleuzian principles. October 2010 Hardback

280pp £55.00

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Albert Camus as Political Thinker Nihilisms and the Politics of Contempt Samantha Novello, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Turin, Italy

An intense genealogical reconstruction of Camus’s political thinking, challenging the philosophical import of his writings as providing an alternative, aesthetic understanding of politics, political action and freedom outside and against the nihilistic categories of modern political philosophy and the contemporary politics of contempt and terrorisms. October 2010 Hardback

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On Hegel

Renewing Philosophy

The Sway of the Negative

Series Editor: Gary Banham This series is intended, as its name suggests, to be a forum for new and imaginative work. It is part of its remit to include writing which engages with the history of philosophy, with particular reference to understanding the nature of modernity. It is also hoped that work will be published which discusses the relationship of philosophy to contemporary conditions. Philosophical reflection on the place of the human with regard to the changed position of machines will be particularly encouraged. Renewing Philosophy will also aim to include writing in the areas of aesthetics, philosophy of biology, eschatology, historicity and meta-philosophy.

Kant and Spinozism Transcendental Idealism and Immanence from Jacobi to Deleuze Beth Lord, Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Dundee, UK

Beth Lord looks at Kant’s philosophy in relation to four thinkers who attempted to fuse transcendental idealism with Spinoza’s doctrine of immanence. Examining Jacobi, Herder, Maimon and Deleuze, Lord argues that Spinozism is central to the development of Kant’s thought, and opens new avenues for understanding Kant’s relation to Deleuze. November 2010 232pp Hardback £55.00

Empathy in the Context of Philosophy

Karin de Boer, Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

‘The pivotal contribution of this rich and sophisticated study, whose strength is on par with Hegel’s, is the development of a ‘logic of entanglement’ which not only undercuts the concept of absolute negativity characteristic of Hegel’s speculative works, but also provides new insight into the instable nature of the relation between contrary moments.’ - Rodolphe Gasché, SUNY Distinguished Professor and Eugenio Donato Professor of Comparative Literature, SUNY at Buffalo, USA Focusing on the Science of Logic, this wide-ranging and innovative reading exposes the force as well as the limit of Hegel’s philosophy. Drawing on Hegel’s early account of tragic conflicts, De Boer brings into play a form of negativity that challenges the optimism inherent in modernity and Hegelian dialectics alike. July 2010 Hardback

280pp £55.00

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Lou Agosta, Director of Research, USA

Integrating continental and Anglo-American traditions, the author exposes empathy as the foundation of the being-with-one-another of human beings. The interpretation of empathy is applied to story telling, literature, and self psychology, rescuing empathy from the margins and revealing its role in the understanding of the other and human community. April 2010 Hardback

208pp £52.00

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PHILOSOPHY OF MIND AND COGNITIVE SCIENCE philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science

Wittgenstein: Mind, Meaning and Metaphilosophy Edited by Pasquale Frascolla, Professor of Philosophy of Language, University of Basilicata, Italy, Diego Marconi, Professor, Philosophy of Language and Alberto Voltolini, Associate Professor, both at University of Turin, Italy

Leading scholars discuss whether some of the main tenets or theses that are currently or traditionally ascribed to Wittgenstein are still both theoretically and exegetically viable, by focusing on three well-established Wittgensteinian themes: mind, meaning, and metaphilosophy. Contents: Notes on Contributors / Introduction; P.Frascolla, D.Marconi & A.Voltolini / PART I: MIND / Rule and Exception in Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Mind; W.Child / Reading-machines, Feelings of Influence, Experiences of Being Guided: Wittgenstein on Reading; J.Schulte / Reasons and Causes; F.Stoutland / Was Wittgenstein Wrong about Intentionality?; A.Voltolini / PART II: MEANING / Does Language Require Conventions?; H-J.Glock / Regularities, Rules, Meanings, Truth Conditions, and Epistemic Norms; P.Horwich / Wittgenstein and Necessary Facts; D.Marconi / Wittgenstein and Frege on Proper Names and the Context Principle; E.Picardi / Sceptical Conclusions about Epistemological Analyticity; T.Williamson / PART III: METAPHILOSOPHY / An Adequacy Condition for the Interpretation of the Tractatus Ontology; P.Frascolla / Method and Metaphilosophy in the Philosophical Investigations; M.Williams / Farewell Thoughts on Wittgenstein; A.Kenny / Index April 2010 Hardback

304pp £55.00

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New directions in philosophy & cognitive science

Rethinking Commonsense Psychology A Critique of Folk Psychology, Theory of Mind and Simulation

Series Editors: John Protevi and Michael Wheeler

Matthew Ratcliffe, Reader in Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Durham, UK

This series is a dedicated publishing forum for interdisciplinary philosophical work in cognitive science that embraces the new directions of phenomenology and neo-materialism.

‘Ratcliffe’s book is a terrific survey of the entire debate about the adequacy of folk psychological theories of mind. It is careful, nuanced, fair, and wellargued.’ - Mark Johnson, Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences

Embodiment, Emotion, and Cognition Michelle Maiese, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Emmanuel College, Boston, USA

Beginning with the view that human consciousness is essentially embodied and that the way we consciously experience the world is structured by our bodily dynamics and surroundings, the book argues that emotions are a fundamental manifestation of our embodiment, and play a crucial role in self-consciousness, moral evaluation, and social cognition. Contents: Series Editors’ Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / The Essential Embodiment Thesis / Essentially Embodied, Desire-Based Emotions / Sense of Self, Embodiment, and Desire-Based Emotions / The Role of Emotion in Decision and Moral Evaluation / Essentially Embodied, Emotive, Enactive Social Cognition / Breakdowns in Embodied Emotive Cognition / Conclusion / Notes / References / Index December 2010 272pp Hardback £55.00

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This book offers arguments against the view that interpersonal understanding involves a ‘folk’ or ‘commonsense’ psychology, a view which Ratcliffe suggests is a theoretically motivated abstraction. His alternative account draws on phenomenology, neuroscience and developmental psychology, exploring patterned interactions in shared social situations. September 2008 288pp Paperback £20.99

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Cognitive Integration Mind and Cognition Unbounded Richard Menary, Lecturer, University of Wollongong, Australia October 2007 Hardback

224pp £60.00

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PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE • PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY

Vagueness and Language Use

PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE

Edited by Paul Égré, CNRS Research Fellow, Institut Jean-Nicod, France and Nathan Klinedinst, Lecturer, Division of Psychology and Language Sciences, University College London, UK

The Concept of Truth Richard Campbell, Emeritus Professor, Australian National University, Australia

This book addresses the contemporary disillusion with truth, manifest in sceptical relativism. Contending that all contemporary theories of truth are too narrow, it argues for a novel conception of truth, by showing how error is implicated in the actions of all living things; and by analyzing uses of ‘true’ in non-linguistic contexts. Contents: Preface / Introduction: Truth in Trouble / The Linguistic Conception of Truth / The Functions Truth Serves / Truth in Action / Acting Truly / The Genesis of Representations / Acts of Assertion / The Truth of Statements / The Challenge of Sceptical Relativism / Truth as Faithfulness / Bibliography / Index April 2011 Hardback

272pp £55.00

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336pp £60.00

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Palgrave Studies in Pragmatics, Language and Cognition Series Editors: Richard Breheny and Uli Sauerland

Mark Jary, Senior Lecturer in Linguistics, Roehampton University, London, UK

George Powell, Post - Doctoral Researcher, University College London, UK

How should we analyze the meaning of proper names, indexicals, demonstratives and definite descriptions? What relation do such expressions stand to the objects they designate or to mental representations of those objects? George Powell casts new light on these and other questions by approaching them from within a cognitive framework.  232pp £52.00

April 2011 Hardback

Assertion

Language, Thought and Reference

March 2010 Hardback

This volume brings together twelve papers by linguists and philosophers contributing novel empirical and formal considerations to theorizing about vagueness. Three main issues are addressed: gradable expressions and comparison, the semantics of degree adverbs and intensifiers (such as ‘clearly’), and ways of evading the sorites paradox.

Assertion is a term frequently used in linguistics and philosophy but rarely defined. This in-depth study surveys and synthesizes a range of philosophical, linguistic and psychological literature on the topic, and then presents a detailed account of the cognitive processes involved in the interpretation of assertions. July 2010 Hardback

240pp £55.00

PHILOSOPHY OF PSYCHOLOGY

Against Theory of Mind Ivan Leudar, Professor of Analytical and Historical Psychology, University of Manchester, UK and Alan Costall, Professor of Theoretical Psychology, University of Portsmouth, UK

‘Against Theory of Mind is an essential remedy to the unquestioning approach of most books in the literature and as such is an essential read both for those who have maintained suspicion of the ToM literature over the years and for those who desire a heretic against which to test their faith...The arguments made have important implications for many areas of psychological research.’ - Eric P. Charles, Contemporary Psychology (American Psychological Association) The ‘theory of mind’ framework has been the fastest growing body of empirical research in contemporary psychology. It has given rise to a range of positions on what it takes to relate to others as intentional beings. This book brings together disparate strands of ToM research, lays out historical roots of the idea and indicates better alternatives. August 2011 Paperback

288pp £19.99

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Embodied Enquiry Phenomenological Touchstones for Research, Psychotherapy and Spirituality Les Todres, Professor of Qualitative Research, Department of Psychology, University of Bournemouth, UK

‘Les Todres’ Embodied Enquiry is a masterful integration of phenomenological research methods and Eugene Gendlin’s focusing technique. Applicable to a wide range of qualitative research methods, Todres provides qualitative and human science researchers an embodied approach to data collection, analysis, and communication that accesses and invites the deep resources of the human psyche.’ - Rosemarie Anderson, Professor, Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, author of Transpersonal Research Methods for the Social Sciences Drawing on a particular emphasis within the phenomenological tradition as exemplified by Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Eugene Gendlin, this book considers the role of the lived body as a way of knowing and being within three practical contexts that illustrate some of the nuances of embodied enquiry: qualitative research, psychotherapy, spirituality. August 2011 Paperback

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Foucault, Psychology and the Analytics of Power Derek Hook, Lecturer, Institute of Social Psychology, London School of Economics, UK

‘Psychology has been flirting with Foucault for almost as long as Foucault flirted with Psychology. Derek Hook’s wonderful book explains why critical psychology should properly engage and gives us the tools to do so.’ - Margie Wetherell, Professor of Social Psychology, Open University, UK Contents: Introduction / Disciplinarity and the Production of Psychological Individuality / ‘Desubstantializing’ Power: Methodological Injunctions for Analysis / Discourse, Knowledge, Materiality, History: Foucault and Discourse Anaylsis / Foucault’s ‘philosophy of the event’: Genealogical Method / Space, Discourse, Power: Heterotopia as Analytics / Governmentality, Racism, Affective Technologies of Subjectivity/Self / Index May 2010 Paperback

320pp £19.99

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Critical Theory and Practice in Psychology and the Human Sciences Series Editor: Tod Sloan ebook available from: Ebook Library, NetLibrary, ebooks.com, Myilibrary, Dawson ERA, Palgrave Connect Social & Cultural Studies Collections, Ebrary

The Talking Cure Wittgenstein’s Therapeutic Method for Psychotherapy John M. Heaton, Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist in Private Practice, London, UK

In the last fifteen years there has been a change in direction in our understanding of Wittgenstein; the ‘resolute’ reading of him places great emphasis on his therapeutic intent and argues that the aim of Wittgenstein’s thought is to show how language functions. This book argues that this is highly relevant to understanding psychotherapy. April 2010 Hardback

240pp £57.00

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Lacanian Ethics and the Assumption of Subjectivity Calum Neill, Lecturer in Critical Psychology, Edinburgh Napier University, UK

A readable and advanced introductory-level text focusing on the ethical dimensions and impact of Lacan’s thinking. This book argues that a rethinking of the subject necessitates a rethinking of our relation to law, tradition and morality, as well as our understanding of guilt, responsibility and desire. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction – A Brief History of Ethics / PART I: THE SUBJECT / Lacan’s Return to Descartes / The Graph of Desire / Objet Petit a and Fantasy / PART II: ETHICS / Guilt / The Law / Judgement / PART III: THE OTHER / Misrecognising the Other / Loving Thy Neighbour / Beyond Difference / PART IV: THE SOCIAL / Ethics and the Other / The Impossibility of Ethical Examples / Eating the Book / References / Index July 2011 Hardback

272pp £55.00

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ETHICS AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY Ethics and Moral Philosophy

The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments

The Palgrave Macmillan Animal Ethics Series

Andrew Knight, Veterinarian, Animal Consultants International, UK

Series Editors: Andrew Linzey and Priscilla Cohn In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the ethics of our treatment of animals. Philosophers have led the way, and now a range of other scholars have followed from historians to social scientists. From being a marginal issue, animals have become an emerging issue in ethics and in multidisciplinary inquiry. This series explores the challenges that Animal Ethics poses, both conceptually and practically, to traditional understandings of human-animal relations.

Animals and Social Work: A Moral Introduction Thomas Ryan, Social Worker/Counsellor

This book represents a pioneering contribution to the literature of social work ethics and moral philosophy. It advances cogent and detailed arguments for the inclusion of animals within social work’s moral framework, arguments that have profound theoretical and practical implications for the discipline and its practitioners. Contents: Series Editors’ Foreword / Animals in the Social Work Tradition: Past and Present / Social Work, Subjectivity, and the Moral World / Social Work’s Kindred Creatures: Biological Continuity and Moral Kinship / Social Work and Respect for Individuals / A Morally Inclusive Social Work / Appendix: New Beginnings, Other Ends: An Inclusive Social Work Code of Ethics / Bibliography / Index June 2011 Hardback

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This comprehensive review of recent scientific evidence examines the contributions of animal experimentation to human healthcare and toxicity prediction, its necessity during life and health sciences education, its impacts on student attitudes toward animals, and the extent to which animals suffer as a result. Contents: List of Tables and Figures / Series Preface / Acknowledgements / List of Abbreviations / Glossary of Technical Terms / Introduction / PART I: ANIMAL COSTS / Global Laboratory Animal Use / Types of Laboratory Animal Use / Impacts on Laboratory Animals / PART II: HUMAN BENEFITS / Human Clinical Utility of Animal Models / Human Toxicological Utility of Animal Models / Cause of the Poor Human Utility of Animal Models / PART III: ALTERNATIVE STRATEGIES / Alternative Research and Testing Methodologies / Reduction and Refinement of Laboratory Animal Use / PART IV: EDUCATIONAL ANIMAL USE AND STUDENT IMPACTS / Educational Animal Use / Effects of Harmful Animal Use on Students / PART V: CONCLUSIONS AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS / Weighing the Costs and Benefits of Animal Experimentation / Regulatory Developments and Recommendations / References / Index June 2011 Hardback

256pp £50.00

Popular Media and Animals Claire Molloy, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, University of Brighton, UK

How do mainstream film, television, advertising, videogames and newspapers engage with topics such as vivisection, hunting, animal performance, farming, meat eating and animal control? This book explores social, economic, ethical and cultural aspects of relationships between popular media forms and key animal issues. Contents: Series Preface / Acknowledgements / ‘Animals Sell Papers’: The Value of Animal Stories / Media and Animal Debates: Welfare, Rights, ‘Animal Lovers’ and Terrorists / Stars: Animal Performers / Wild: Authenticity and Getting Closer to Nature / Experimental: The Visibility of Experimental Animals / Farmed: Selling Animal Products / Hunted: Recreational Killing / Monsters: Horrors and Moral Panics / Beginning at the End: ReImagining Human-Animal Relations / Bibliography / Index July 2011 Hardback

256pp £50.00

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Animal Rights Moral Theory and Practice 2nd edition

An Introduction to Animals and the Law

An Introduction to Animals and Political Theory

Joan E. Schaffner, Associate Professor, George Washington University Law School, USA

'A well- written and wide ranging addition to the growing animal law canon.' - Kathy Hessler, Lewis & Clark Law School, USA This exploration of the newly emerging, diverse, and controversial area of animal law presents a basic survey of the laws designed to protect animals, analyzing and critiquing them, and proposing a future where the legal regime properly recognizes and protects the inherent worth of all animals. Contents: Acknowledgements / Animals and the Law: The Basics / Anti-Cruelty Laws / Animal Welfare Laws / Animal Control and Management Laws / Animals, the Constitution and the Private Law / The Future: Animals as Subjects, An-All-Inclusive Legal Regime / Notes and References / Index November 2010 272pp Hardback £60.00 Paperback £19.99

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Alasdair Cochrane, Lecturer in Human Rights, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

'This book will be welcomed by all who are interested in the relationship between non-human animals and political theory, a relationship that has been underexplored by scholars. Highly recommended!' - Daniel A. Dombrowski, Seattle University, USA Structured around the five most important schools within contemporary political theory: liberalism, utilitarianism, communitarianism, Marxism and feminism, this is the first introductory level text to offer an accessible overview on the status of animals in contemporary political theory. Contents: Series Editors’ Foreword / Introduction: Animals and Political Theory / Animals in the History of Political Thought / Utilitarianism and Animals / Liberalism and Animals / Communitarianism and Animals / Marxism and Animals / Feminism and Animals / Conclusion / Notes / Bibliography / Index October 2010 Hardback Paperback

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Mark Rowlands, Professor of Philosophy, University of Miami, USA

‘Those concerned with animal ethics owe a debt of gratitude to Mark Rowlands. He has written what is without doubt the best defense of animal rights from a contractarian position, or perhaps from any position. Rowlands writes in an admirably clear and engaging manner, guaranteed to lure the reader into joining the spirited conversation.’ - Susan J. Armstrong, Professor Emerita, Department of Philosophy, Humboldt State University, Canada In this second edition the author has substantially revised his book throughout, updating the moral arguments and adding a chapter on animal minds. Importantly, rather than being a polemic on animal rights, this book is also a considered and imaginative evaluation of moral theory as explored through the issue of animal rights. Contents: Animal Rights and Moral Theories / Arguing for One’s Species / Utilitarianism and Animals: Peter Singer’s Case for Animal Liberation / Tom Regan: Animal Rights as Natural Rights / Virtue Ethics and Animals / Contractarianism and Animal Rights / Animal Minds / Index August 2009 Hardback Paperback

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ETHICS AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY

Social Lives with Other Animals

The Family

Tales of Sex, Death and Love

A Liberal Defence

Moral Emotions and Intuitions

Erika Cudworth, Senior Lecturer in Politics and Sociology, School of Social Sciences, University of East London, UK

‘The book makes an invaluable contribution to understanding and changing the way humans and other animals live together on this small planet.’ Nickie Charles, Professor and Director, Centre for the Study of Women and Gender, University of Warwick, UK A provocative sociological account of human relations with non-human animals, providing an innovative theorization of the social relations of species in terms of complex systemic relations of domination, looking at ways Other animals are constitutive of human social lives at the dinner table, as livestock and as companions in our homes. Contents: Acknowledgements / Of Humans and Other Animals / Relations, Power and the Limitations of ‘Speciesism’ / Beyond Speciesism: Theorizing Difference and Dominion / Sex: Carnal Desire and the Eating of Animals / Death: Killing Animals and Making Meat / Love: Stories from the Lives of Companion Species / Difference and Domination Revisited / Bibliography April 2011 Hardback

224pp £55.00

David Archard, Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Lancaster, UK

An account of the nature and value of the family within a liberal society. It defines ‘family’, and assesses the right to have a family, whether the family promotes injustice, and what future there is for the family in the face of significant changes. Contents: Preface / Introduction / The Nature of the Family / The Right to a Family / The Constitution of the Family / The Ideal of the Family and the Ideal Family / Just Families / The Future of the Family / Concluding Thoughts / Bibliography / Index December 2010 160pp Hardback £50.00

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Longevity and the Good Life

Contents: Preface / Acknowledgements / List of Abbreviations / PART I: INTUITIONS / Ethical Intuitionism / Different Forms of Intuitionism / Typical Objections against Intuitionism / PART II: EMOTIONS / Particular Intuitions and Emotions / Affectual Intuitionism / Epilogue / References / Index

Anthony Farrant, Associate Researcher

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‘In Moral Emotions and Intuitions Sabine Roeser very ably sketches a new theory of moral judgments. She blends traditional intuitionism’s commitment to rationality and ethical realism with the best recent work in the philosophy and psychology of emotions to produce an excitingly attractive view that she calls Affectual Intuitionism. Along the way, she provides a handy guide to the intuitionist literature.’ - Robert C. Roberts, Baylor University, USA The author presents a new philosophical theory according to which we need intuitions and emotions in order to have objective moral knowledge, which is called affectual intuitionism. Affectual Intuitionism combines ethical intuitionism with a cognitive theory of emotions.

An assessment of some ethical implications of increasing life spans. Taking as a starting point the idea that to increase longevity is a form of medical enhancement, it examines the value of living longer; the means for extending life spans; the consequences of greater longevity for the fair distribution of resources and healthcare in particular.

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Sabine Roeser, Professor of Political Philosophy and Ethics, University of Twente, The Netherlands

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Hume on Is and Ought Edited by Charles R. Pigden, Senior Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University of Otago, New Zealand

This collection of essays showcases recent work on Hume and the Is/Ought question. There are four distinct attempts to redefine and prove Hume’s No-Ought-From-Is thesis in such a way as to evade the famous counterexamples of A.N.Prior. The rival approaches are explained and discussed together with their implications for meta-ethical theory. July 2010 Hardback

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ETHICS AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY

Punishment and Ethics

Anarchism and Moral Philosophy

New Perspectives Edited by Jesper Ryberg, Professor of Ethics and Philosophy of Law, Department of Philosophy, University of Roskilde, Denmark and J.Angelo Corlett, Professor of Philosophy and Ethics, San Diego State University, USA

‘Punishment and Ethics: New Perspectives proves that punishment theory is not only alive but lively in surprising ways both in the US and in Europe - retributivism, of course, but also (another surprise) some forms of consequentialism too. The range of questions seems to be growing as well. Who would have have expected a whole chapter trying to justify punitive torture or showing that Socrates held a mixed theory of punishment (if he had a “theory” at all)? Whatever my opinion of particular arguments, I found the book as a whole fun - taking me to many places I had not expected to go.’ - Michael Davis, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA A collection of original contributions by philosophers working in the ethics of punishment, gathering new perspectives on various challenging topics including punishment and forgiveness, dignity, discrimination, public opinion, torture, rehabilitation, and restitution.

Edited by Benjamin Franks, Lecturer in Social and Political Philosophy, University of Glasgow, Dumfries, UK and Matthew Wilson, Postgraduate Researcher, Loughborough University, UK

This collection explores the nature and role of ethics within anarchist thought and practice, examining normative, meta-ethical and applied ethical issues through some of the theoretical insights of anarchism. It comprises contributions from international scholars working within the fields of philosophy and political theory. December 2010 256pp Hardback £55.00

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The International Migration of Health Workers Ethics, Rights and Justice Edited by Rebecca S. Shah, Teaching Fellow, Centre for Professional Ethics, University of Keele, UK

Contents: Foreword / Notes on Contributors / Punishment and the Socratic Roots of Retributivism; J.Ryberg & J.A.Corlett / Punishment and British Idealism; T.Brooks / Punishment and Restitution; D.B.Hershenow / Punishment and Rehabilitation; C.Bennett / Punishment and the Measurement of Severity; J.Ryberg / Punishment and Forgiveness; L.Zaibert / Punishment and Dignity; T.S.Petersen / Punishment and Torture; S.Kershnar / Punishment and Public Opinion; J.Ryberg / Punishment and Discrimination; K.Lippert-Rasmussen / Index October 2010 Hardback

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A Virtue-Based Approach Alan E. Armstrong, Senior Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire, UK

This book proposes a ‘strong’ (action-guiding) account of a virtuebased approach to moral decision-making within contemporary nursing practice. Merits and criticisms of obligation and virtue-based approaches to morality are explored. The author argues that in order to deliver morally good care, it is necessary to examine one’s moral character. Contents: Preface and Acknowledgements / Introduction / Illness, Narratives and the Value of the Nurse-Patient Relationship / The Virtues in General Ethics / A Critique of Obligation-Based Moral Theories in General Ethics / The Origins, Development and Tenets of Virtue Ethics / Common Objections to Virtue Ethics / A Critical Account of Obligation-Based Moral Theories in Nursing Practice / Virtue-Based Moral Decision-Making in Nursing Practice / Macintyre’s Account of the Virtues / Macintyre’s Account of the Virtues and the Virtue-Based Approach to Moral Decision-Making in Nursing Practice / Conclusions / Notes / Bibliography / Index February 2010 Paperback

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Experts from ethicists and political philosophers to clinicians and trade unionists seek answers to a number of key ethical questions to further a deeper understanding of the ethics of health worker migration.

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Nursing Ethics

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ETHICS AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY • POLITICAL AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY

Particularism and the Space of Moral Reasons

Kant and Sartre

Re-discovering Critical Ethics Sorin Baiasu, Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Keele, UK

Benedict Smith, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Durham University, UK

Particularism and the Space of Moral Reasons critically assesses the startling idea that our moral reasoning does not need to use moral principles. If we don’t have principles, how do we work out what to do? This book examines ‘moral particularism’, a controversial idea at the forefront of contemporary moral theory. November 2010 200pp Hardback £50.00

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This book challenges the view of the relationship between Kant’s and Sartre’s practical philosophies arguing that Kant was one of Sartre’s most significant predecessors. The book identifies several fundamental theses of Sartre’s practical philosophy, and shows Sartre to be closer to Kant in this respect than many contemporary Kantian theories are. Contents: Acknowledgements / Abbreviations and References / Introduction / PART I: IDENTITY AND SELF CHOICE / Kant / Sartre and Kant / PART II: FREEDOM AND NORMATIVITY / Kant / Sartre and Kant / PART III: AUTHORITY AND PROGRESS / Kant / Sartre and Kant / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index March 2011 Hardback

320pp £55.00

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The Moral Dimensions of Empathy Limits and Applications in Ethical Theory and Practice Julinna Oxley, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Coastal Carolina University, USA

Does empathy help us to be moral? The author answers affirmatively by surveying empirical research in psychology and examining the requirements of moral theory. She argues that, while empathy helps in moral deliberation, it cannot be the sole foundation of morality.

Political and Social Philosophy

Global Financial Crisis: The Ethical Issues Edited by Ned Dobos, Research Fellow, Charles Sturt University and University of Melbourne, Australia, Christian Barry, Senior Research Fellow, Australian National University, Australia and Thomas Pogge, Leitner Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs, Yale University USA

The Global Financial Crisis is acknowledged to be the most severe economic downturn since the 1930s, and one that is unique in its underlying causes, its scope, and its wider social, political and economic implications. This volume explores some of the ethical issues that it has raised. Contents: Notes on Contributors / Introduction; N.Dobos / Global Financial Institutions, Ethics and Market Fundamentalism; S.Miller / The Legitimacy of the Financial System and State Capitalism; N.Chomsky / Neoliberalism—Is This the End?; N.Dobos / Ethical Investing in an Age of Excessive Materialistic Self-Interest; J.C.Harrington / The Achilles Heel of Competitive/ Adversarial; T.Pogge / Financial Services Providers: Integrity Systems, Reputation, and the Triangle of Virtue; S.Miller / Who Must Pay for the Damage of the Global Financial Crisis; M.Peterson & C.Barry / Index March 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Contents: PART 1: WHY EMPATHY? / Introduction: The Empathy-Morality Connection / What is Empathy? / PART 2: THE MORAL DIMENSIONS OF EMPATHY / The Epistemic Functions of Empathy / Empathy, Altruism, and Care / PART 3: EMPATHY AND ETHICAL THEORY / Empathy and Moral Deliberation / Empathy, Contractual Ethics and Justification / PART 4: PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS / Empathy and Moral Education / Conclusion: Feminist Ethics / References / Index July 2011 Hardback

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POLITICAL AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY

Marx Today

Capitalist Sorcery

Marx and Alienation

Selected Works and Recent Debates

Breaking the Spell

Essays on Hegelian Themes

Edited by John F. Sitton, Professor of Political Science, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA

This book provides, in one volume, primary sources by Marx and critical commentary which relates Marxism to contemporary social and political topics. No previous anthology of Marx has combined both brief works by Marx and multiple critical essays elaborating on his themes or engaging the shortcomings of his arguments. Contents: Introduction / Manifesto of the Communist Party (1848) / ‘Speech on Free Trade’ (1847), with Engels’s Introduction of 1888 / ‘Preface’ to A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy (1859) / ‘Value, Price, and Profit’ (1865) / Selection from The Civil War in France (1871) / ‘Critique of the Gotha Programme’ (1875) / Recent Marxian Arguments / ‘Why Socialism?’; Albert Einstein / ‘Deconstructing Capitalism as a System’; Fred Block / ‘The Unhappy Marriage of Marxism and Feminism: Towards a More Progressive Union’; Heidi Hartmann / ‘Marx and the Environment’; John Bellamy Foster / ‘Revolutionizing Spirituality: Reflections on Marx and Religion’; John Brentlinger / ‘Where Do Postmodernists Come From?’; Terry Eagleton January 2011 Hardback Paperback

272pp £72.00 £20.99

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Philippe Pignarre, Director, Editions La Decouverte, France and Isabelle Stengers, Professor of Philosophy, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

‘Capitalist Sorcery is a veritable toolbox for an anticapitalist politics of collective empowerment, essential reading for all those interested in movement politics post-Seattle.’Brian Massumi, Communication Department, University of Montreal, Canada Capitalist Sorcery neither sets out a new political programme nor offers a new theory. Rather, it aims to encourage all those who are resistant to resignation and inertia, whose stories of partial successes must be told, celebrated and shared. Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction: On the Witch’s Broomstick; Andrew Goffey / PART I: WHAT HAPPENED? / Inheriting from Seattle / What Are We Dealing With? / Daring to be Pragmatic / Infernal Alternatives / Minions / PART II: LEARNING TO PROTECT ONESELF / Do You Believe in Sorcery? / Leaving Safe Ground / Marx Again... / To Believe in Progress No Longer? / Learning Fright / PART III: HOW TO GET A HOLD? / Thanks to Seattle? / The Trajectory of an Apprenticeship / Fostering New Connections / Sorry, but we have to… / Reactivating History / PART IV: NEEDING PEOPLE TO THINK / A Cry / Interstices / Ecosophy / Political Creation / Empowerment / Reclaim / Above All, Not to Conclude / Notes / Index March 2011 Hardback

184pp £50.00

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Sean Sayers, Professor of Philosohy, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK

The concepts of alienation and its overcoming are central to Marx’s thought. They underpin his critique of capitalism and his vision of future society. Marx’s ideas are explained in rigorous and clear terms. They are situated in the context of the Hegelian ideas that inspired them and put into dialogue with contemporary debates. Contents: Acknowledgements / A Note on the Term ‘Alienation’ / Introduction / The Concept of Alienation: Hegelian Themes in Modern Social Thought / Creative Activity and Alienation in Hegel and Marx / The Concept of Labour / The Individual and Society / Freedom and the “Realm of Necessity’’ / Alienation as a Critical Concept / Private Property and Communism / The Division of Labour and its Overcoming / Marx’s Conception of Communism / Appendix: The “Uplifting Influence” of Work and Industry / Bibliography / Index August 2011 Hardback

208pp £50.00

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The Cost of Free Speech Pornography, Hate Speech, and their Challenge to Liberalism Abigail Levin, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Niagara University, New York, USA

The distinctly contemporary proliferation of pornography and hate speech poses a challenge to liberalism’s traditional ideal of a ‘marketplace of ideas’ facilitated by state neutrality about the content of speech. This new study argues that the liberal state ought to depart from neutrality to meet this challenge. September 2010 224pp Hardback £55.00

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POLITICAL AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY

The Three Stigmata of Friedrich Nietzsche

Foucault on Politics, Security and War

Political Physiology in the Age of Nihilism

Edited by Michael Dillon, Professor of Politics, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Lancaster, UK and Andrew W. Neal, Lecturer in International Relations, University of Edinburgh, UK

Nandita Biswas Mellamphy, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Western Ontario, Canada

‘This is an important and highly innovative appreciation of Nietzsche which offers fresh and arresting insights into both core and neglected aspects of his philosophy.’ Keith Ansell-Pearson, Professor of Philosophy, University of Warwick, UK Following Nietzsche’s call for a philosopherphysician and his own use of the bodily language of health and illness as tools to diagnose the ailments of the body politic, this book offers a reconstruction of the concept of political physiology in Nietzsche’s thought, bridging gaps between Anglo-American, German and French schools of interpretation. Contents: Preface / Introduction: The Mnemotechnics of Nihilism and the Political Physiology of Eternal Recurrence / The Displaced ‘Origin’ of Political Physiology / The Economic Problem of Production: Nature, Culture, Life / The Dynamics of Opposition and the Transformation of the Übermensch / Self Annihilation and the Metamorphosis of Nihilism / The Pathology of Amor Fati: Eros and Eschaton / Novum Organum: The Overhuman as the Overmanifold / Postface: The Transmigration of Homo Natura / Notes / Bibliography / Index December 2010 184pp Hardback £50.00

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Foucault on Politics, Security and War interrogates Foucault’s controversial genealogy of modern biopolitics. These essays situate Foucault’s arguments, clarify the correlation of sovereign and bio-power and examine the relation of bios, nomos and race in relation to modern war. January 2011 Paperback

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Political Obligation 2nd edition John Horton, Professor of Political Philosophy, Keele University, Staffordshire, UK

How should we understand the relationship between citizens and governments, and what are the obligations of citizens? In this substantially revised new edition of an influential text, John Horton challenges dominant theories by offering an ‘associative’ account focusing particularly on what it is to be a member of a political community. September 2010 228pp Hardback £65.00 Paperback £23.99

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Modernism and Nihilism Shane Weller, Reader in Comparative Literature, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK

Focusing on a wide range of philosophers and writers, from Nietzsche to Derrida and Flaubert to Borges, this book charts the history of the deployment of the concept of nihilism within the discourses of philosophical and aesthetic modernism and considers the similarities and differences between modernist and postmodernist approaches to nihilism. December 2010 192pp Hardback £50.00 Paperback £16.99

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Modernism and... Series Editor: Roger Griffin ebook available from: Palgrave Connect History Collections

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Violence and Social Justice Vittorio Bufacchi, Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University College Cork, Republic of Ireland

'...the clear exposition of his liberal position makes this book a valuable contribution for political theorists trying to understand these critically important questions...In providing such a clear and thoughtful addition to this discussion, he has done a major service to contemporary political theory.’ - Contemporary Political Theory Violence and injustice are two major political problems facing the world today. Offering a fresh, innovative analysis of the concept of violence, this book presents an original insight into the nature of injustice. Addressing three key questions, it forces us to rethink the scope and aims of a theory of social justice. Contents: Introduction / The Concept of Violence / Violence and Integrity / Violence by Omission / Violence and Intentionality / Four Faces of Violence / Why is Violence Bad? / Violence and Social Justice / Exploitation, Injustice and Violence / Violence for Justice / Conclusion / Bibliography / Index September 2009 232pp Paperback £19.99

Violence: A Philosophical Anthology

Moral and Political Philosophy Key Issues, Concepts and Theories Paul Smith, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Cumbria, UK

Vittorio Bufacchi, Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, University College Cork, Republic of Ireland

In this first anthology of major philosophical contributions on the nature and justifiability of violence over the last 100 years , three basic questions are scrutinized: ‘What is violence?’, ‘Is violence always wrong?’, and ‘Can violence be justified?’. April 2009 Hardback Paperback

392pp £70.00 £20.99

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Third Wave Feminism A Critical Exploration 2nd edition Edited by Stacy Gillis, Lecturer, University of Newcastle, UK, Gillian Howie, Department of Philosophy, University of Liverpool, UK and Rebecca Munford, Lecturer, School of English, University of Exeter, UK

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'Moral and Political Philosophy is an excellent introductory text that will engage students in a refreshing way t o a wide range of important topics.’ - Thom Brooks, University of Newcastle, UK A clear and concise introduction to moral and political philosophy which critically analyzes arguments about controversial and topical practical issues – drug laws, justifications of punishment, civil disobedience, whether there is a duty to obey the law, and global poverty. Contents: Introduction / Drug Laws / Justifications of Punishment / Civil Disobedience: Is There a Duty to Obey the Law? / Global Poverty / Liberty / Liberty-Limiting Principles / Rights / Equality and Social Justice / Moral Relativism / Utilitarianism / Kantian Moral Philosophy / John Rawls’s Theory of Justice / Concluding Remarks / Endnotes / References / Index April 2008 Paperback

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This revised and expanded edition provides a definitive collection on the current period in feminism known by many as the ‘third wave’. Three sections - genealogies and generations, locales and locations, politics and popular culture - interrogate the wave metaphor and, through questioning the generational account of feminism, indicate possible future trajectories for the feminist movement. New to this edition are an interview with Luce Irigaray, a foreword by Imelda Whelehan as well as newly commissioned chapters. April 2007 Paperback

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Democracy

Power

2nd edition

A Radical View 2nd edition

Albert Weale, Professor of Government, University of Essex, UK

This wide-ranging text identifies and assesses the main conceptions of democracy from participationist to elitist. It proceeds to consider in detail a range of key issues in democratic theory in relation to which these conceptions can be distinguished. Contents: Preface to the Second Edition / The Theoretical Challenge of Democracy / Forms of Democratic Government / The Justification of Democracy / Deliberation , Consensus and Political Equality / Participation as Democracy, Participation in Democracy / From Conceptions of Representation to Systems of Representation / Aggregation, Unanimity and Majority Rule / Democracy, Rights and Constitutionalism? / The Boundaries of Inclusion / International Relations and Democratic Ideals / Epilogue: The Democratic Reform of Democracy August 2007 Paperback

292pp £23.99

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Peace Philosophy in Action Edited by Candice C. Carter, Associate Professor of Social Education and Director of the Conflict Transformation Program, University of North Florida, USA and Ravindra Kumar, Eminent Writer, Scholar, Political-scientist, Peace-worker and Educationist

Steven Lukes, Professor of Sociology, New York University, USa and London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

In this second edition of a seminal work, Steven Lukes’ reconsiders his views in light of recent debates and of criticisms of his original argument. With a new introduction and bibliographical essay, this book will consolidate its reputation as a classic work and a major reference point within social and political theory. Contents: Introduction / Power: A Radical View / Power Revisited / Power, Freedom and Reason / Guide to Further Reading / Bibliography / Index October 2004 Paperback

200pp £19.99

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This book documents recent and historical events in the theoretically-based practice of peace development. Its diverse collection of essays describes different aspects of applied philosophy in peace action, commonly involving the contributors’ continual engagement in the field, while offering support and optimal responses to conflict and violence. October 2010 Hardback

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Third Wave Feminism and the Politics of Gender in Late Modernity Shelley Budgeon, Senior Lecturer, University of Birmingham, UK

This book critically assesses third-wave feminist strategies for advancing a feminist ‘politics of the self’ within the late modern, postfeminist gender order – a context where gender equality has been mainstreamed, feminism has been dismissed, and a neoliberal culture of selfmanagement has become firmly entrenched.

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The Secret History of Democracy Edited by Benjamin Isakhan, Research Fellow, Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University, Australia and Stephen Stockwell, Professor of Journalism and Communication, School of Humanities, Griffith University, Australia

This book explores the intriguing idea that there is much more democracy in human history than is generally acknowledged. It establishes that democracy was developing across greater Asia before classical Athens, clung on during the ‘Dark Ages’, often formed part of indigenous governance and is developing today in unexpected ways.
 January 2011 Hardback

264pp £57.50

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Cosmopolitan Liberalism Expanding the Boundaries of the Individual Mónica Judith SánchezFlores, Adjunct Professor, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Mexico City; Instructor of Sociology and Politics, Thomson Rivers University in British Columbia, Canada

Global Theory from Kant to Hardt and Negri Gary Browning, Professor of Political Theory, Oxford Brookes University, UK

In the twenty-first century, global theory provides an influential and popular way of understanding contemporary social and political phenomena. This book observes the links between contemporary global ideas and preceding modern theories. Contemporary perspectives are shown to reflect distinctive and shared aspects of the ideas of Kant, Hegel and Marx. August 2011 Hardback

224pp £57.50

International Political Theory Series Editor: Gary Browning

On Rawls, Development and Global Justice The Freedom of Peoples Huw Lloyd Williams, Lecturer, Department of International Politics, University of Aberstwyth, UK

September 2010 216pp Hardback £55.00

March 2011 Hardback

Intellectual Property and Theories of Justice Edited by Axel Gosseries, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium, Alain Marciano, Université de Reims, France and Alain Strowel, Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, Belgium

'This book of readings on intellectual property is unusual in three respects: the international cast of the contributors, the widening of the focus of analysis to include not only law and economics but also philosophy, and the decision to examine both theoretical questions and concrete practical questions. Most important is the high quality of the contributions. They not only are of high intellectual quality, but they are lucid and well written; and the introduction is a model of clarity.’ - Richard A. Posner, US Court of Appeal, Seventh Circuit, USA October 2008 Hardback Paperback

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Huw Lloyd Williams looks at the critical debate surrounding John Rawls’ The Law of Peoples. He responds to the work of cosmopolitan theorists and Amartya Sen, arguing that Rawls offers a persuasive and prescient moral approach to issues of global poverty and development.

Cosmopolitan Liberalism is a critique of the western tradition of liberal thought and an effort to overcome the philosophical boundaries of individualism towards a more inclusive and open conception. Contents: Introduction: Contemporary Cosmopolitanism / Compassion and a Tale of Belonging for the Human Species / Trust in Strangers and the Critique of Abstract Liberalism / Beyond the Realm of Individuality: Nature and Children / Human Difference and the Multicultural Dilemma / Citizens of the World, Unite!

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PHILOSOPHY OF LAW • THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE AND METAPHYSICS

Legal Theory

Theory of Knowledge and Metaphysics

5th edition Ian McLeod, Visiting Professor of Law, University of Teesside, UK

Why do some rules have the status of law while others do not? Is law simply a matter of rules anyway? What is justice? This updated edition of Legal Theory asks questions such as these, discusses topical issues such as assisted suicide, and explains some of the answers which legal theorists have given from Ancient Greece to the present day. Contents: The Nature of Legal Theory: From Laws to Law / An Overview of the Relationship between Law and Morality / The Natural Law Tradition / English Analytical Positivism / Kelsen’s Hierarchy of Norms / The Revival of Natural Law: Fuller and Finnis / Policies, Principles, Rights and Interpretation: Dworkin’s Theory of Adjudication / American Realism / Critical Perspectives on Law / Theories of Justice / Law and Morality April 2010 Paperback

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Human Rights, Human Wrongs Kate Moss, Reader in Law, School of Legal Studies, Wolverhampton University, UK

Examining the erosion of people’s democratic rights and the potential catastrophic dangers of neglecting civil liberties, this book explores the endemic danger of the enlarged power of the state and the central role of Government in undermining personal freedoms through the use of state force in the name of the protection of security. 272pp £55.00

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Against Metaphysical Nihilism Geraldine Coggins, Lecturer in Philosophy, Keele University, UK

Knowledge Duncan Pritchard, Professor of Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, UK

'This book by Duncan Pritchard is an excellent introduction to the theory of knowledge, as well as a useful resource for understanding Pritchard’s own important view. Pritchard’s treatment of the subject area is masterful, achieving a combination of clarity and efficiency that is rarely seen in philosophy.’ - John Greco, Saint Louis University, USA ‘An excellent overview of contemporary epistemology from the perspective of an established, prolific contributor to the field. It is informative, objective, and well argued, but also readable and engaging.’ - Ernest Sosa, Rutgers University, USA.

The first book-length study of metaphysical nihilism: an analytical treatment of one of the most intriguing and fundamental questions in contemporary analytic metaphysics: Could there have been nothing at all? No physical universe, no people, no living beings, no planets, no atoms, no matter, no energy - nothing? Contents: Preface / Could there have been Nothing? / Metaphysical Nihilism and the Subtraction Argument / Possible Worlds / Concreteness / Concreta, Dependence and Anti-Nihilism / The Metaphysics of Subtraction / The Trouble with Metaphysical Nihilism / Notes / Bibliography / Index November 2010 184pp Hardback £50.00

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Duncan Pritchard offers students not only a new exploration of topics central to current epistemological debate, but also a new way of doing epistemology. This advanced textbook covers such key topics as virtue epistemology, anti-luck epistemology, epistemological disjunctivism and attributer contextualism.

Balancing Liberty and Security

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Could there have been Nothing?

Contents: Acknowledgements / Introduction / Analysing Knowledge / Anti-Luck Epistemology / Virtue Epistemology / Anti-Luck Virtue Epistemology / Externalism and Internalism about Knowledge / Radical Scepticism / Understanding and the Value of Knowledge / Bibliography / Index June 2009 Hardback Paperback

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PHILOSOPHY OF ART, FILM AND LITERATURE Philosophy of Art, film and Literature

New Takes in Film-Philosophy Edited by Havi Carel, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Greg Tuck, Senior Lecturer in Film Studies, both at University of the West of England, UK

Philosophy and the Moving Image Refractions of Reality John Mullarkey, Professor of Film and Television,, Kingston University, London, UK

‘In this engaging, comprehensive, incisive work, Mullarkey addresses whether film can philosophize on its own, adding something original, rather than simply illustrating concepts that philosophers extract from their own discourse…An indispensible work for students/scholars in philosophy of film/art, aesthetics, and film studies.’ - D.W.Rothermel, Choice This is the first book to explore all central issues surrounding the relationship between the filmimage and philosophy. It tackles the work of particular philosophers of film (Žižek, Deleuze and Cavell) as well as general philosophical positions (Cognitivist and Culturalist), and analyses the ability of film to teach and create philosophy. Contents: Acknowledgements / Preface: The Film-Envy of Philosophy / Introduction: Nobody Knows Anything! / Illustrating Manuscripts / Bordwell and Other Cogitators / Žižek and the Cinema of Perversion / Deleuze’s Kinematic Philosophy / Cavell, Badiou, and Other Ontologists / Expanded Cognitions and the Speeds of Cinema / Fabulation, Process and Event / Refractions of Reality Or, What is Thinking Anyway? / Conclusion: Code Unknown A Bastard Theory for a Bastard Art / Notes / Bibliography / / Filmography / Index November 2010 304pp Paperback £19.99

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Why Music Moves Us

'This volume gathers some of the pivotal writers in the area and provides a diverse, accessible and sophisticated introduction to the major debates surrounding film-philosophy.’ - David Sorfa, Liverpool John Moores University, UK This collection displays a range of approaches and contemporary developments in the expanding field of film-philosophy. The essays explore central issues surrounding the conjunction of film and philosophy, presenting a varied yet coherent reflection on the nature of this conjunction. Contents: Introduction: Philosophy of Film or FilmPhilosophy?; H.Carel & G.Tuck / PART ONE: DEEP FOCUS - APPROACHES TO FILM-PHILOSOPHY / On the Very Possibility of Film-Philosophy; T.Wartenberg / Philosophical Disenfranchisement of Cinema? Notes towards a Romantic Film-Philosophy; R.Sinnerbrink / What is Philosophical Criticism?; A.Klevan / Confronting Negativity: Cinema and Adorno; H.Ford / Film Can’t Philosophise (and Neither Can Philosophy): Cinematic Non-Philosophy; J.Mullarkey / PART TWO: WIDE ANGLES - THE BOUNDARIES OF FILM-PHILOSOPHY / The Loom of Fate: Graphic Origins and Digital Ontology in Wanted; S.Mulhall / Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better: NonCognitive Affective Responses to Film and Literature; A.Coplan & D.Matravers / Theory as Style: Adapting Crash via Baudrillard and Cronenberg; C.Constable / The Ghost is the Machine: Media-Philosophy and Materialism; K.Littau / Art, Cinema, Sex, Ontology: Maurice MerleauPonty and the In-visible of Cinema; G.Tuck / PART THREE: DIRECTORS CUT - READINGS IN FILM-PHILOSOPHY / Fleshing Out the Image: Phenomenology, Pedagogy, and Derek Jarman’s Blue; V.Sobchack / Learning from the Movies: The Coen Brothers and Moral Truth; J.Baggini / A Bleak Burlesque: Haneke’s Funny Games; A.McGettigan / In the Grip of Grief: the Materiality of Mourning in Vital; H.Carel / Index February 2011 Hardback Paperback

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Jeanette Bicknell, Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Carleton University, Canada

‘For Bicknell, who fully understands music’s ability to arouse and represent emotions, music is of moral benefit in educating them.’ - Times Literary Supplement

Music has extraordinary power to move us, but how and why does it affect us? What is going on, emotionally, physically and cognitively when listeners have strong emotional responses to music? This is a highly readable, original and philosophically important book for anyone who has ever been moved by music. Contents: Preface / Acknowledgements / The Tears if Odysseus / History: Music Gives Voice to the Ineffable / Tears, Chills and Broken Bones / The Music Itself / Explaining Strong Responses to Music (I) / Explaining Strong Responses to Music (II) / The Sublime Revisited / Conclusion: Values / Bibliographic Notes / Index September 2010 190pp Paperback £9.99

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PHILOSOPHY OF ART, FILM AND LITERATURE

What is a Picture?

New Literature and Philosophy of the Middle East

Depiction, Realism, Abstraction Michael Newall, Lecturer in History & Philosophy of Art, University of Kent, UK

Using an approach deeply informed by philosophy of art, art history and perceptual psychology, this book places seeing at the centre of an original theory of pictorial representation and explores the ramifications such a theory has for the visual arts. Contents: List of figures / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Convention / Seeing and the Experience of Pictures / A Theory of Depiction / Resemblance / Transparency and Resemblance / Realism / Varieties of Realism / Abstraction / Notes / Index December 2010 248pp Hardback £55.00

The Chaotic Imagination

Mohaghegh tracks the idea of ‘chaos’ into the contemporary philosophical and cultural imagination of the postcolonial world, exploring its vital role in the formation of an emergent avant-garde literature in the Middle East, concentrating on the writings of the twentieth-century Iranian new wave. 234x156mm 978-0-230-10812-7

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‘This highly original study is a rigorous, provocative and entertaining account of the different meanings associated with death in classical Hollywood cinema.’ - Colin Davis, Professor of French, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK Boaz Hagin carries out a philosophical examination of the issue of death as it is represented and problematized in Hollywood cinema of the classical era (1920s-1950s) and in later mainstream films, looking at four major genres: the Western, the gangster film, melodrama and the war film. April 2010 Hardback

Certain in Uncertainty

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A Pathognomy of Performance Emily A. Bernhard Jackson, Assistant Professor of English, University of Arkansas, USA

Simon Bayly, Principal Lecturer in Drama, Theatre and Performance, Roehampton University, UK

Taking a fresh approach to Byron, this book argues that he should be understood as a poet whose major works develop a carefully reasoned philosophy. Situating him with reference to the thought of the period, it argues for Byron as an active thinker, whose final philosophical stance - reader-centred scepticism - has extensive practical implications.

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Exploring the themes of the event, ephemerality and democracy that mark the encounter between performance and philosophy, this original study elaborates fresh perspectives on the experiences of undoing, fiasco and disaster that shadow both the both stage and everyday life. 256pp £55.00

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Film and Female Consciousness Irigaray, Cinema and Thinking Women Lucy Bolton, Associate Lecturer, University of London, UK

This book explores the representation of female consciousness on-screen and demonstrates the ways in which the thought of Luce Irigaray can be used to address the traditional problems of the objectification of women in cinema as outlined by feminist theory since the 1970s. Contents: Acknowledgements / Abbreviations / Introduction / ‘Frozen in Showcases’: Feminist Film Theory and the Abstraction of Woman / The Camera as an Irigarayan Speculum / In the Cut: Self-Endangerment or Subjective Strength? / Lost in Translation: The Potential of Becoming / Morvern Callar: In a Sensory Wonderland / Architects of Beauty and the Crypts of Our Bodies: Implications for Filmmaking and Spectatorship / Concluding Remarks: The Object is Speaking / Bibliography / Filmography / Discography / Notes / Index July 2011 Hardback

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The Development of Byron’s Philosophy of Knowledge

248pp £50.00

Boaz Hagin, Film and Television Department, Tel Aviv University, Israel

Jason Mohaghegh, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Northeastern Illinois University, USA

November 2010 248pp Hardback £52.50

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PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE AND THE ENVIRONMENT • PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION Philosophy of Science and the Environment

Constructive Empiricism Epistemology and the Philosophy of Science Paul Dicken, Director of Studies, Churchill College, University of Cambridge, UK

Constructive empiricism is not just a view regarding the aim of science; it is also a view regarding the epistemological framework in which one should debate the aim of science. This is the focus of this book – not with scientific truth, but with how one should argue about scientific truth. July 2010 Hardback

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The Philosophy of Software Code and Mediation in the Digital Age David M. Berry, Lecturer, Department of Political and Cultural Studies, Swansea University, UK

This book is a critical introduction to code and software that develops an understanding of its social and philosophical implications in the digital age. Written specifically for people interested in the subject from a nontechnical background, the book provides a lively and interesting analysis of these new media forms. March 2011 Hardback

216pp £50.00

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Philosophy of Religion JOHN HICK

Between Faith and Doubt

Dialogues in the Philosophy of Religion John Hick, Emeritus Professor, Fellow, Institute for Advanced Research in the Humanities, University of Birmingham, UK; Vice-President, British Society for the Philosophy of Religion; Vice-President, The World Congress of Faiths

Dialogues on Religion and Reason John Hick, Emeritus Professor, Fellow, Institute for Advanced Research in Arts & Social Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK; Vice-President, British Society for the Philosophy of Religion; Vice-President, The World Congress of Faiths

‘An excellent summary of Hick’s refreshingly open and mind-expanding views on standard topics of Philosophy of Religion.’ - Marilyn McCord Adams, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA 'The distinguished liberal theologian John Hick... uses the neglected form of the Platonic dialogue to treat the currently hot topic of the grounds for religious faith and the arguments against it.’ David Lodge, The Guardian  This short book is a lively dialogue between a religious believer and a skeptic. It covers all the main issues including different ideas of God, the good and bad in religion, religious experience and neuroscience, pain and suffering, death and life after death, and includes interesting autobiographical revelations. Contents: Preface / Defining the Issue: Naturalism vs Religion / Can God’s Existence be Proved? / What Do We Mean By God? / Religion Without Transcendence? / Religious Experience / Trusting Religious Experience / Despite the Religious Contradictions? / Neuroscience and Religious Experience / More on Neuroscience / Implications for Christianity / Implications for Islam / The Religions: Good or Bad? / Suffering and Wickedness / Life After Death? / Cosmic Optimism / Index April 2010 Hardback Paperback

192pp £60.00 £12.99

‘What this book offers is a lived philosophy... [It] should (and I would go so far as to say must) become required reading for students in the philosophy of religion.’ Religion and Theology ‘This is an excellent book that I shall be using with my students and would recommend to all concerned with questions of religious pluralism, especially Christian responses to the world religions.’ - Gavin D’Costa, Arsdisputandi ‘This readable collection of papers provides an enlightening exposition of John Hick’s latest thought and of his theological pilgrimage to it.’ Theology This is a collection of John Hick’s essays on the understanding of the world’s religions as different human responses to the same ultimate transcendent reality. He is in dialogue with contemporary philosophers (some of whom contribute new responses); with Evangelicals; with the Vatican and other both Catholic and Protestant theologians. April 2010 Paperback

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PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

The New Frontier of Religion and Science

JOHN HICK CONT...

Evil and the God of Love John Hick, Emeritus Professor, Fellow, Institute for Advanced Research in Arts & Social Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK; Vice-President, British Society for the Philosophy of Religion; Vice-President, The World Congress of Faiths

‘A masterly book which is bound to become a standard work.’ - Ian Ramsey, View Review ‘The most exciting work of its kind that I have read for several years.’ - John Raymond, Sunday Times ‘A major contribution to the discussion of theodicy.’ - Times Literary Supplement When first published, Evil and the God of Love instantly became recognized as a modern theological classic, widely viewed as the most important work on the problem of evil to appear in English for more than a generation. Including a foreword by Marilyn McCord Adams, this reissue also contains a new preface by the author. Contents: Preface to the 1985 Reissue / Preface to the 2010 Reissue / Foreword / List of Abbreviations / PART I: INTRODUCTORY / The Problem and its Terms / The Two Poles of Thought - Monism and Dualism / PART II: THE AUGUSTINIAN TYPE OF THEODICY / The Fountainhead: St Augustine - Evil as Privation of Good Stemming from Misused Freedom / The Fountainhead: St Augustine - The Principle of Plenitude and the Aesthetic Theme / Catholic Thought from Augustine to the Present Day / The Problem of Evil in Reformed Thought / Eighteenth-Century ‘Optimism’ / Dividing the Light from the Darkness / PART III: THE IRENAEAN TYPE OF THEODICY / Sin and the Fall According to the Hellenistic Fathers / The Irenaean Type of Theodicy in Schleiermacher / The Two Theodicies - Contrasts and Agreements / PART IV: A THEODICY FOR TODAY / The Starting-Point / Moral Evil / Pain / Suffering / The Kingdom of God and the Will of God / Recent Work on the Problem of Evil / Index April 2010 Paperback

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Religious Experience, Neuroscience and the Transcendent John Hick, Emeritus Professor, Fellow, Institute for Advanced Research in the Humanities, University of Birmingham, UK; Vice-President, British Society for the Philosophy of Religion; Vice-President, The World Congress of Faiths

'A clear and attractive defence of the importance of religious experience, with reference both to recent work in neuro-science and to a broad range of religious traditions.’ - Keith Ward, Regius Professor of Divinity and head of the Faculty of Theology, University of Oxford, UK 'In this sharply argued and bracing book, John Hick considers the range of human religious experience and tries to make sense of it, rejecting in particular attempts based on neuroscience to debunk it. His writing is assured, well-informed, and provocative. This book is certain to generate lively debate.’ - Professor Adrian Moore, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford, UK This is the first major response to the challenge of neuroscience to religion. It considers eastern forms of religious experience as well as Christian viewpoints and challenges the idea of a mind identical to, or a by-product of, brain activity. It explores religion as inner experience of the Transcendent, and suggests a modern spirituality.

An Interpretation of Religion Human Responses to the Transcendent 2nd edition John Hick, Emeritus Professor, Fellow, Institute for Advanced Research in the Humanities, University of Birmingham, UK; Vice-President, British Society for the Philosophy of Religion; Vice-President, The World Congress of Faiths

Review of the 1st edition: ‘It is a masterpiece, destined to be a (if not the) classic of its type. Hick sets a standard in philosophy of religion few can hope to match.’ Theological Studies An updated edition of the groundbreaking investigation which takes full account of the finding of the social and historical sciences whilst offering a religious interpretation of the religions as different culturally conditioned responses to a transcendent Divine Reality. Written with great clarity and force, and with a wealth of fresh insights, this major work (based on the author’s Gifford Lectures of 1896-7) treats the principal topics in the philosophy of religion and establishes both a basis for religious affirmation today and a framework for the developing world-wide inter-faith dialogue. Includes a new Introduction to the second edition.

Contents: Preface / Preface to the 2010 Reissue / PART I / Religion as Human Institutions / Spirituality and Mysticism / What is Religious Experience? / ‘By Their Fruits You Will Know Them’ / PART II / The Neurosciences’ Challenge to Religious Belief / Caveats and Questions / Mind/Brain Identity? / Current Naturalistic THeories / The Alternative Possibility / Free Will? / PART III / The Epistemological Problem / The Epistemological Solution / Any Particular Religion? / Responses to Religious Diversity / A Philosophy of Religious Pluralism / Pluralism and the Religions / Spirituality for Today / After Death? / Concluding Summary / Notes / Reference Bibliography / Index

Contents: Preface / Introduction to the Second Edition / Introduction to the First Edition / PART I: PHENOMENOLOGICAL / The Soteriological Character of Post-Axial Religion / Salvation/Liberation as Human Transformation / The Cosmic Optimism of Post-Axial Religion / PART II: THE RELIGIOUS AMBIGUITY OF THE UNIVERSE / Ontological, Cosmological and Design Arguments / Morality, Experience and Overall Probability / The Naturalistic Option / PART III: EPISTEMOLOGICAL / Natural Meaning and Experience / Ethical and Aesthetic Meaning and Experience / Religious Meaning and Experience / Religion and Reality / Contemporary non-Realist Religion / The Rationality of Religious Belief / PART IV: THE PLURALISTIC HYPOTHESIS / The Pluralistic Hypothesis / The Personae of the Real / The Impersonae of the Real / PART V: CRITERIOLOGICAL / Soteriology and Ethics / The Moral Criterion / Myths, Mysteries and the Unanswered Questions / The Problem of Conflicting Truth-Claims / Epilogue: The Future / Bibliography / Index

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PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION Black Religion / Womanist Thought / Social Justice

Self, Culture, and Others in Womanist Practical Theology

Racism and the Image of God

To illustrate the complexities of black women’s experiences of self-identification and racial embodiment, Phillis Isabella Sheppard provides an account that engages both psychoanalytic theory and the role of religion and cultural objects in self-understanding.

Karen Teel, Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies, University of San Diego, USA

January 2011 Hardback

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Overcoming Its Religious and Sexual Legacies Edited by Bernadette J. Brooten, Kraft-Hiatt Professor of Christian StudiesUSA and Jacqueline Hazelton, Ph.D. Candidate in Politics, both at Brandeis University, USA

Phillis Isabella Sheppard, Associate Professor of Pastoral Care, North Park Theological Seminary

Series Editors: Dwight N. Hopkins and Linda E. Thomas

From her perspective as a white feminist theologian, Karen Teel dialogues with five womanist thinkers to develop a Christian theology of the body that can compel Christians, especially U. S. Christians of European descent, to actively resist the sin of racism.

Beyond Slavery

Contents: Black As You See Me / PART I: LIVING BLACKNESS: WOMANIST PERSPECTIVES ON BLACK WOMEN’S EXPERIENCE / Living Blackness: Black Women’s Experience of Religion / The Current Shape of Womanist Practical Theology / Suffering and Pain, Longing and Love: Womanist Theological Perspectives on Psychic Experience / PART II: PSYCHOANALYSIS AND BLACK EXPERIENCE: CRITIQUE AND APPROPRIATION / Black Psychoanalysis and Black Feminist Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism: Resources Toward a Critical Appropriation of Psychoanalysis / PART III: WOMANIST PRACTICAL THEOLOGY / Black Women and Self Psychology: Toward a Usable Dialogue / PART III: WOMANIST PRACTICAL THEOLOGICAL REFLECTION / Black Embodiment and Religious Experience after Trauma: Womanist Self Psychological Perspective on the Mourning of Cultural Selfobjects / A Dark Body of Goodness Created in the Image of God: Navigating Sexuality, Race, and Gender Alone and Together / Black and Beautiful: Reading the Song of Songs / Final Thoughts: Womanist Practices February 2011 Hardback

240pp £52.50

This book looks at a United States that continues to be driven by racial and cultural divisions, from the disproportionately high number of incarcerated African Americans to heartfelt disagreements over the true nature of marriage and the proper role of faith in public policy. November 2010 358pp Hardback £55.00

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Gifts of Virtue, Alice Walker, and Womanist Ethics Melanie L. Harris, Assistant Professor, Texas Christian University, USA

This book examines the non-fiction work of literary artist Alice Walker in order to glean values and ethical imperatives for womanist theological and ethical reflection.

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November 2010 190pp Hardback £52.00

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Islam, Modernity, and the Human Sciences

Black Religion / Womanist Thought / Social Justice CONT...

Ali Zaidi, Assistant Professor, Department of Global Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada

The Tragic Vision of African American Religion Matthew V. Johnson, Pastor for The Church of the Good Shepherd in College Park, Georgia and Adjunct Professor of Philosophy and Religion, Morehouse College, USA

Many have used the term ‘tragic’ to refer to African American religious and cultural experience. After a studied meditation on and articulation of the ‘tragic vision,’ Johnson argues that African American Christian Consciousness is an expression of the tragic and a tragic expression of the Christian Faith. June 2010 Hardback

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Jesus and Gin Evangelicalism, the Roaring Twenties and Today’s Culture Wars Barry Hankins, Professor of History and Graduate Program Director, History Department, Baylor University, USA

Ali Zaidi discloses a largely unnoticed dialogue between Muslim and Western social thought on the search for meaning and transcendence in the human sciences. This disclosure is accomplished by a comparative reading of Muslim debates on secular knowledge on the one hand and of Western debates on the putative death of metaphysics in the human sciences on the other hand.

A tour of the roaring twenties where we meet a host of colourful characters including a Baptist minister who commits adultery in the White House and a presidential election hinging on a religious issue. With the religious right in disarray today this is a timely look at a parallel age when preachers held sway and politicians answered to the pulpit

May 2011 Hardback

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Afro-Eccentricity Representations of Homosexuality

Beyond the Standard Narrative of Black Religion

Black Liberation Theology and Cultural Criticism

William David Hart, Professor of Religious Studies and Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives, University of North Carolina, USA

Roger A. Sneed, Assistant Professor of Religion, Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, USA

Roger A. Sneed offers an alternative approach to black homosexuality for black religious scholars who have traditionally viewed homosexuality as a problem. May 2010 Hardback

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Afro-Eccentricity explores three overlapping stories of Black Religion: the Soul, Black Church, and Ancestor Narratives. Hart contends that these narratives dominate most accounts of Black Religion that, collectively, he calls the “Standard Narrative of Black Religion.”

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Jews & Money Jews and Money, Foxman
The Story of a Stereotype Abraham H. Foxman, National Director of the AntiDefamation League (ADL) and one of today’s preeminent voices against hatred, discrimination, and violence in the United States and worldwide

The stereotypes surrounding Jews and money are rarely discussed in ‘polite’ conversation. Jews and Money addresses the issues head on in an attempt to understand why they exist and dispel dangerous misconceptions. November 2010 256pp Hardback £16.99

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PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

Jesus Was a Liberal

Holy Holidays!

No Longer the Same

Reclaiming Christianity for All

The Catholic Origins of Celebration

Religious Others and the Liberation of Christian Theology

Scotty McLennan, Dean for Religious Life, Stanford University, USA

For the millions of people who identify as liberal Christians. In McLennan’s bold call to reclaim ownership of Christianity, he advocates a sense of religion based not on doctrinal readings of scripture but on the humanity behind Christ’s teachings. Addressing such topics as abortion, same sex marriage, war. torture and much, much more. December 2010 272pp Paperback £10.50

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Shi’i Jurisprudence and Constitution Revolution in Iran

Greg Tobin, Author of several books on the Catholic Church, Tobin was the Editor of The Catholic Advocate

Most people happily participate in Halloween, St. Patrick’s Day and Valentine’s Day with very little knowledge of the origins and meanings of those days. Greg Tobin explains the often unknown and untold origins of holidays and annual celebrations that bind our society and give colour and spiritual content to our lives. Contents: Preface / PART I: WINTER / Advent / Christmas / New Year’s, Epiphany, and Presentation / St. Valentine’s, St. Patrick’s, and St. Joseph’s Days / Essay: The Liturgical Year / PART II: SPRING / Lent / Holy Week and Easter Triduum / Easter Sunday and Season / Mother’s Day and Month of Mary / Essay: The Gregorian Calendar / PART III: SUMMER / Ascension, Pentecost, and Father’s Day / Ordinary Time / Secular and Sacred Summer Holidays / Essay: Sundays and Weekends / PARY IV: FALL / Halloween / All Saints and All Souls Days / Thanksgiving and Christ the King Sunday / Essay: PostVatican II Changes in Calendar / Afterword / Appendices / Bibliography / Acknowledgments / Index March 2011 Paperback

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David R. Brockman, Research Associate for the Progressive Christian Center of the South , USA

This volume addresses what happens to Christian theology when it follows its traditional habit of excluding religious others from the theological conversation. It argues that the exclusion of non-Christian voices blinds Christian theology not only to its own character, but also to the God to whom it seeks to be faithful.  March 2011 Hardback

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The Cult of Divine Birth in Ancient Greece Marguerite Rigoglioso, Adjunct Instructor, Dominican University of California, USA

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This book argues that specialized cadres of virgin priestesses in ancient Greece were believed to give birth in miraculous fashion as a means of bringing forth holy political and spiritual leaders.

Amirhassan Boozari, Lecturer in Law, University College Los Angeles Law School, USA

Focusing substantially on the relation between the concept of constitutionalism and Islamic Law in general and how such relation is specifically reflected in the Shiite jurisprudence, this volume explores the juristic origins of constitutionalism, especially in the context of 1905 Constitutional Revolution in Iran. March 2011 Hardback

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PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

The Theology of Pope Benedict XVI

Custom in Islamic Law and Legal Theory

The Christocentric Shift

The Development of the Concepts of 'Urf and 'Adah in the Islamic Legal Tradition

Emery de Gaál, Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Eichstätt, Germany; Associate Professor of Systematic Theology, University of St. Mary of the Lake, operated by the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago, USA

Many refer to Pope Benedict XVI as “the Mozart of Theology.” Who are the thinkers who have informed his theology? What events, and which religious devotions, have shaped his personality? This study attempts to shed light on the unifying melody of the policies and positions of a pontificate charged with spiritual and theological depth. March 2011 Hardback

386pp £62.50

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Exploring Spirituality from the Outside In and Bottom Up William Grassie, Founder, Metanexus Institute, which works to promote the constructive engagement of religion and science

Ayman Shabana,Visiting Professor, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, USA

This book explores the relationship between custom and Islamic law and seeks to uncover the role of custom in the construction of legal rulings. On a deeper level, however, it deals with the perennial problem of change and continuity in the Islamic legal tradition (or any tradition for that matter).

Contents: Custom and Islamic Law in Modern Scholarship / Normative Foundations of the Concept of Custom in the Islamic legal Tradition / From ‘Ådah January 2011 Hardback

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The New Sciences of Religion

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Palgrave Series in Islamic Theology, Law, and History

Performing a critical analysis of new scientific research on religious and spiritual phenomena, Grassie takes a twostaged phenomenological approach working from the ‘outside in’ and the ‘bottom up’ without privileging at the outset any religious traditions or philosophical assumptions. Contents: PART I: RELIGION FROM THE OUTSIDE IN / The Challenge of Comparative Religion / The Old Sciences of Religion / The Economics of Religion / The Evolution of Religion / The Neurosciences of Religion / The Medicine of Religion / PART II: RELIGION FROM THE BOTTOM UP / The Narratives of Religion / The New Religion of Science / God-by-Whatever-Name / Reiterations and Reflections January 2011 Hardback Paperback

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The Islamic Law of War Justifications and Regulations Ahmed Al-Dawoody, Lecturer in the Department of Islamic Studies in English, Al-Azhar University, Egypt

Al-Dawoody examines the justifications and regulations for going to war in both international and domestic armed conflicts under Islamic law. He studies the various kinds of use of force by both state and non-state actors in order to determine the nature of the Islamic law of war.

February 2011 Hardback

Religion, Consumerism and Sustainability

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Paradise Lost? Edited by Lyn Thomas, Deputy Director, London Metropolitan University , UK

This collection analyzes relationships between religious and consumption practices and cultures, and their diverse responses to ecological crisis, ranging from indifference to engagement. December 2010 216pp Hardback £50.00

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The Thunder: Perfect Mind A New Translation and Introduction

Dreaming of Eden American Religion and Politics in a Wired World

Hal Taussig, Visiting Professor of New Testament, Jared Calaway, Maia Kotrosits, Celene Lillie and Justin Lasser, all Associated with Union Theological Seminary, USA

This is the first booklength treatment in English of the Nag Hammadi text, The Thunder: Perfect Mind - a poem of ‘I am’ statements that has garnered a strong following in mainstream culture. This book offers a fresh, current translation (with detailed Coptic annotations) and ten chapters of introductory analysis of the text. Contents: Preface to the Translation / The Thunder: Perfect Mind: English Translation / An Introduction to The Thunder: Perfect Mind / What Kind of Literature is Thunder? / Degnosticizing Thunder / Literary Patterns / Gendering Thunder, Thundering Gender / Rumbling Cultural and Social Order / Violence, Subjectivity and Identity / Poetic Artistry / Performing Thunder / Meaning Making of Thunder in Ancient and Contemporary Contexts / The Thunder: Perfect Mind, Annotated Coptic Text and English Translation January 2011 Hardback

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Ethnic, Racial and Religious Inequalities The Perils of Subjectivity

Susan Brooks Thistlethwaite, Ph.D. Professor of Theology, Chicago Theological Seminary, USA

Marie Macey, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Alan H Carling, Honorary Senior Research Fellow in Sociology, School of Social and International Studies, both at University of Bradford, UK

Through Biblical themes and contemporary media culture, a pragmatic and responsible rethinking of America’s idea of its own innocence.

This book challenges some of the most basic assumptions underpinning the growing interest in religion, including: that religion is increasing and secularisation is decreasing and that religion is the main component of identity for all minority ethnic people. November 2010 232pp Hardback £55.00

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When Islam and Democracy Meet

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Muslims in Europe and in the United States Jocelyne Cesari, Research Associate, Harvard University, USA and Senior Research Fellow, National Center for Scientific Research in Paris, France

Cesari examines Islam as a major cultural and religious facet of US and European society and questions the idea of an inevitable confrontation. He looks at the implications of increased Islamic visibility, violent clashes, beneficial co-operation and questions within the Muslim community about their role and the role of Islam in democratic states. February 2006 Paperback

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Islam, Women, and Violence in Kashmir Between India and Pakistan Nyla Ali Khan, Visiting Professor of English, University of Oklahoma, USA

Nyla Ali Khan, the granddaughter of the first Prime Minister of Jammu and Kashmir, Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah, gives an insider’s analysis on the political and social turmoil that has eroded the ethos and fabric of Kasmiri culture. She monitors the effects of nationalist, militant, and religious discourses and praxes on a gender-based hierarchy. Comparative Feminist Studies

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Extremists in Our Midst

A Cross Too Heavy

Late Medieval Jewish Identities

Confronting Terror

Pope Pius XII and the Jews of Europe

Iberia and Beyond

Abdul Haqq Baker, Lecturer in Terrorism Studies, University of St. Andrews, UK

Baker provides a unique insider perspective on factors affecting British Muslim converts and their susceptibility to violent radicalisation, including firsthand accounts of convicted terrorists Richard Reid (the ‘Shoe Bomber’), Zacarius Moussaoui (the 20th 9/11 bomber), and Abdullah el-Faisal who is alleged to have been a radicalising influence.

The papacy of Pius XII (1939-1958) has been a source of nearconstant criticism and debate since his death, particularly because of his alleged silence during the Holocaust. Paul O’Shea examines his little-studied pre-papal life to demonstrate that Pius was neither an anti-Semitic villain nor a ‘lamb without stain’.

August 2011 Hardback

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New Security Challenges Series Editor: Stuart Croft

Aesthetic Formations Media, Religion, and the Senses

Faith Under Fire

Edited by Birgit Meyer, Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Anglican Army Chaplains and the Great War Edward Madigan, IRCHSS Fellow and Associate Director, Centre for War Studies, Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland

After the Great War some texts by British Army veterans portrayed the Anglican chaplains who had served with them in an extremely negative light. This book examines the realities of Anglican chaplains’ wartime experiences and presents a compelling picture of what it meant to be a clergyman-in-uniform in the most devastating war in modern history. February 2011 Hardback

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Paul O’Shea, Senior Religious Education Coordinator, St. Patrick’s College, Australia

This book examines the incorporation of newly accessible mass media into practices of religious mediation in a variety of settings including the Pentecostal Church and Islamic movements, as well as the use of religious forms and image in the sphere of radio and cinema. October 2010 Paperback

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Taking the Jewish community as a focal point, this book thoroughly explores the various ‘borders’ geographical divides, religious affiliations, gender boundaries, genre divisions - that ruled the lives and intellectual production of late medieval Jews. January 2011 Hardback

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The New Middle Ages Series Editor: Bonnie Wheeler

Gender, Catholicism and Spirituality Women and the Roman Catholic Church in Britain and Europe, 1200-1900 Edited by Laurence Lux-Sterritt, Lecturer, LERMA, Universite de Provence, France and Carmen Mangion, Lecturer, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK

This timely collection of essays, from an international team of authors, spans a wide geographical and chronological spectrum and focuses on female relationships with piety and religious vocations. Ideal for students, each chapter introduces new research and offers a guide to historiographical debates and methodologies. December 2010 224pp Hardback £55.00 Paperback £19.99

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Politics, Religion and the Song of Songs in Seventeenth-Century England

Muslims and Jews in America

Being Feminist, Being Christian

Commonalities, Contentions, and Complexities

Essays from Academia

Edited by Reza Aslan, Fellow, University of Southern California’s Centre on Public Diplomacy, USA and Aaron J. Hahn Tapper, Founder and Co-Executive Director, Abraham’s Vision and Assistant Professor, Theology and Religious Studies Department, University of San Francisco, USA

Elizabeth Clarke, Reader in English, Warwick University, UK

The Song of Songs, with its highly sexual imagery, was very popular in seventeenth-century England in commentary and paraphrase. This book charts the fascination with the mystical marriage, its implication in the various political conflicts of the seventeenth century, and its appeal to seventeenth-century writers, particularly women. February 2011 Hardback

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Speaking of Gods in Figure and Narrative Deeanne Westbrook, Professor Emerita of English, Portland State University, USA

Speaking of Gods in Figure and Narrative analyzes the figurative-narrative creation of gods, their heavenly abodes, and behaviours, reaching back to the beginning of history in Sumer, Babylon, Egypt, Persia and Greece, and continuing through the figures and narratives of a biblical tradition that includes the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and the Qur’an. February 2011 Hardback

262pp £52.50

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This book is an exploration of contemporary Jewish-Muslim relations in the United States and the distinct ways in which these two communities interact with one another in the American context. Each essay discusses a different episode from the recent twentieth and current twenty-first century American milieu that links these two groups together. June 2011 Hardback Paperback

224pp £58.00 £19.99

Edited by Allyson Jule, Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Glamorgan, UK and Bettina Tate Pedersen, Professor of Literature, Point Loma Nazarene University, USA

Can a person be Christian and Feminist at the same time? In eight extended essays, authors explore the various intersections of feminism, feminist theory and practice, and Christian tradition as it is lived out in the lives of Christian academics. October 2010 Paperback

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Muslim and Christian Understanding

The Lord’s Prayer in the Early Church The Pearl of Great Price

Theory and Application of “A Common Word”

Roy Hammerling, Associate Professor of Religion, Concordia College in Moorhead, USA

Edited by Waleed El-Ansary, Assistant Professor of Human Sciences and David K. Linnan, Associate Professor of Law, both at University of South Carolina, USA

This volume is the oftensurprising story of how early Christians used and interpreted the Lord’s Prayer in public worship and private devotions.

This book explores ‘A Common Word Between Us and You’, a high-level ongoing Christian-Muslim dialogue process. The Common Word process was commenced by leading Islamic scholars and intellectuals as outreach in response to the Pope’s much criticized Regensburg address of 2007. November 2010 300pp Hardback £55.00 Paperback £18.50

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PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

Religious Conversion and Disaffiliation

Political Themes in the Hebrew Scriptures

Tracing Patterns of Change in Faith Practices Henri Gooren, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Oakland University, USA

This book is the first in over a decade to attempt a systematic synthesis of the field of conversion studies, encompassing the disciplines of anthropology, sociology, psychology, history, and theology. Gooren analyzes conversion and disaffiliation in a worldwide comparative framework, using data from North America, Europe, and Latin America. October 2010 Hardback

196pp £60.00

Moderate and Secular Edited by Zeyno Baran, Senior Fellow, Hudson Institute’s Center for Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World; Director, Center for Eurasian Policy

Jules Gleicher, Professor and Chairman, Political Science Department, Rockford College in Rockford, USA

This volume collects explorations of various selections from the Hebrew scriptures, focusing on these texts’ sacred teachings and their implications for issues of law, justice, and rulership. Representative examples include the Book of Genesis, the Moses narrative, and the Decalogue and other laws. April 2010 Hardback

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The Other Muslims

This book is a unique collection of alternative Muslim voices, predominantly from Europe, who come from a variety of backgrounds - academia, theology, acting, activism - and who make a transformational contribution to the debate of the future of Islam and Muslims in the West. April 2010 Hardback Paperback

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Traditionalism and Radicalism in the History of Christian Thought Corneliu C. Simut, Reader in Historical and Dogmatic Theology; Director, Centre for the Research and Promotion of Evangelical Values, Emanuel University of Oradea, Romania

This book is concerned with the presentation and analysis of certain dogmatic issues such as christology, ecclesiology, pastoral work, anthropology, faith and bioethics among many others-all meant to illustrate how Christian thoughts stands between traditionalism and radicalism. It is both a dogmatic study and a historical overview of the topic. October 2010 Hardback

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Becoming an Academic Lynn McAlpine, McGill University, Canada and Gerlese Akerlind, Australian National University, Australia

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This book shows how Learning Development enhances the student experience and promotes active engagement. Written by staff from the UK’s largest collaborative Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL), the book includes important insights for everyone interested in supporting student retention, progression and success. November 2010 288pp Paperback £22.99

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INDEX A

Baiasu Kant and Sartre

20

Baker Extremists in Our Midst

36

A Cross Too Heavy O’Shea

36

Balancing Liberty and Security Moss

26

A Pathognomy of Performance Bayly

28

Baran The Other Muslims

38

Aesthetic Formations Meyer

36

Bayly A Pathognomy of Performance

28

Afro-Eccentricity Hart

32

Becoming an Academic McAlpine Akerlind 39

Against Theory of Mind Leudar Costall

14

Being Feminist Being, Christian Jule Pedersen

Agosta Empathy in the Context of Philosophy Aguilar Buckareff Frankish New Waves in Philosophy of Action

12 6

Albert Camus as Political Thinker Novello

11

Al-Dawoody The Islamic Law of War

34

Alfonso Caballero-Navas Late Medieval Jewish Identities

36

An Interpretation of Religion Hick

30

An Introduction to Animals and Political Theory Cochrane 17 An Introduction to Animals and the Law Schaffner 17

37

Bergson An Introduction to Metaphysics 10

23

C Cameron Dombowsky Political Writings of Friedrich Nietzsche

5

Campbell The Concept of Truth

14

Capitalist Sorcery Pignarre Stengers

21 27

Bergson Mind-Energy

10

Bernhard Jackson The Development of Byron’s Philosophy of Knowledge

Carel Tuck New Takes in FilmPhilosophy

28

Berry The Philosophy of Software

29

Carnap’s Logical Syntax of Language Wagner

7

Carter Kumar Peace Philosophy in Action

24

Cesari When Islam and Democracy Meet

35

Clarke Politics, Religion and the Song of Songs in Seventeenth-Century England

37

Cochrane An Introduction to Animals and Political Theory

17

Coggins Could there have been Nothing?

26

Cognitive Intergration Menary

13

Coliva Moore and Wittgenstein

7

The Concept of Truth Campbell

14

Bradley Originary Technicity: The Theory of Technology from Marx to Derrida 11

The Cult of Divine Birth in Ancient Greece Rigoglioso

33

Brady New Waves in Metaethics

6

Constructive Empiricism Dicken

29

Brockman No Longer the Same

33

Conway Gilles Deleuze: Affirmation in Philosophy

11

Cosmopolitan Liberalism Sánchez-Flores

25

The Cost of Free Speech Levin

21

Bertrand Russell and the Edwardian Philosophers Nasim

7

Between Faith and Doubt Hick

29

Beyond Slavery Brooten

31

Bicknell Why Music Moves Us

27

Biswas Mellamphy The Three Stigmata of Friedrich Nietzsche

22

Animal Rights Rowlands

17

Bolton Film and Female Consciousness

28

Animals and Social Work: A Moral Introduction Ryan

16

Bolzano’s Theoretical Philosophy Lapointe

Archard The Family

18

Armstrong Nursing Ethics

19

Aslan Tapper Muslims and Jews in America

37

Assertion Jary

14

Boozari Shi’i Jurisprudence and Constitution

Brooks New Waves in Ethics

3

Bufacchi Violence: A Philosophical Anthology

10

19

Baggini Philosophy: Key Themes

23

Bergson Creative Evolution

Anarchism and Moral Philosophy Franks Wilson

3

Bufacchi Violence and Social Justice

11

The Birth of Biopolitics Foucault

Baggini Philosophy: Key Texts

24

Bergson and Phenomenology Kelly

An Introduction to Metaphysics Bergson 10

B

Budgeon Third Wave Feminism and the Politics of Gender in Late Modernity

Brooten Beyond Slavery Browning Global Theory from Kant to Hardt and Negri

9

7 33

5 31 25

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INDEX The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments Knight

16

Could there have been Nothing? Coggins

26

The Courage of Truth Foucault

9

Creative Evolution Bergson

10

Critique of Pure Reason Kant Kemp Smith Caygill

10

Cudworth Social Lives with Other Animals

18

Custom in Islamic Law and Legal Theory Shabana

34

D de Boer On Hegel

12

de Gaál The Theology of Pope Benedict XVI

34

Deane O’Neill Writing in the Disciplines

39

Death in Classical Hollywood Cinema Hagin

28

Del Mar New Waves in Philosophy of Law Democracy Weale

5 24

The Development of Byron’s Philosophy of Knowledge Bernhard Jackson

E Égré Klinedinst Vagueness and Language Use

14

Gender, Catholicism and Spirituality Lux-Sterritt Mangion

36

El-Ansary Linnan Muslim and Christian Understanding

37

Gifts of Virtue, Alice Walker, and Womanist Ethics Harris

31

Embodied Enquiry Todres

15

Gilles Deleuze: Affirmation in Philosophy Conway

11

Gillis Howie Munford Third Wave Feminism

23

Embodiment, Emotion, and Cognition Maiese Empathy in the Context of Philosophy Agosta

13 12

Ethnic, Racial and Religious Inequalities Macey Carling 35 Evil and the God of Love Hick

30

Extremists in Our Midst Baker

36

F Faith Under Fire Madigan

36

The Family Archard

18

Farrant Longevity and the Good Life

18

Film and Female Consciousness Bolton

28

Foucault on Politics, Security and War Dillon Neal

22

Foucault Psychiatric Power 28

G

9

Foucault, Psychology and the Analytics of Power Hook

15

Foucault Security, Territory, Population

9

Foucault The Birth of Biopolitics

9

Foucault The Courage of Truth

9 9

Dialogues in the Philosophy of Religion Hick

29

Dicken Constructive Empiricism

29

Dillon Neal Foucault on Politics, Security and War

22

Dobos Barry Pogge Global Financial Crisis: The Ethical Issues

Foucault The Government of Self and Others

20

Foxman Jews & Money

32

Dreaming of Eden Thistlethwaite

35

Franks Wilson Anarchism and Moral Philosophy

19

Frascolla Marconi Voltolini Wittgenstein: Mind, Meaning and Metaphilosophy 13

44

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Gleicher Political Themes in the Hebrew Scriptures 38 Global Financial Crisis: The Ethical Issues Dobos Barry Pogge

20

Global Theory from Kant to Hardt and Negri Browning

25

Gooren Religious Conversion and Disaffiliation

38

Gosseries Marciano Strowel Intellectual Property and Theories of Justice

25

The Government of Self and Others Foucault Grassie The New Sciences of Religion

9 34

Greetham Philosophy

3

Greetham Thinking Skills for Professionals

3

H Hagin Death in Classical Hollywood Cinema

28

Hammerling The Lord’s Prayer in the Early Church

37

Hankins Jesus and Gin

32

Harris Gifts of Virtue, Alice Walker, and Womanist Ethics

31

Harrison-Barbet Mastering Philosophy Hart Afro-Eccentricity

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INDEX Hartley Hilsdon Sinfield Learning Development in Higher Education

39

Heaton The Talking Cure

15

Hegel on Action Laitinen Sandis

8

Hick An Interpretation of Religion

30

Hick Between Faith and Doubt

29

Hick Dialogues in the Philosophy of Religion

29

Hick Evil and the God of Love

30

Hick The New Frontier of Religion and Science History of Western Philosophy Tubbs Holy Holidays! Tobin

30 4 33

Hook Foucault, Psychology and the Analytics of Power

15

Horton Political Obligation

22

How To Be An Agnostic Vernon

2

Hume on Is and Ought Pigden

18

Hume on Motivation and Virtue Pigden

8

I Intellectual Property and Theories of Justice Gosseries Marciano Strowel The International Migration of Health Workers Shah Isakhan Stockwell The Secret History of Democracy Islam, Modernity, and the Human Sciences Zaidi Islam, Women, and Violence in Kashmir Khan The Islamic Law of War Al-Dawoody Issues in Philosophy Pinchin

25 19

32

Legal Theory McLeod

26

Jesus Was a Liberal McLennan

33

Leudar Costall Against Theory of Mind

14

Jews & Money Foxman

32

Levin The Cost of Free Speech

21

Johnson The Tragic Vision of African American Religion

Longevity and the Good Life Farrant

18

32

Lord Kant and Spinozism

12

Jule Pedersen Being Feminist, Being Christian

37

The Lord’s Prayer in the Early Church Hammerling

37

Lukes Power

24

Lux-Sterritt Mangion Gender, Catholicism and Spirituality

36

K Kant and Sartre Baiasu

20

Kant and Spinozism Lord

12

Kant Kemp Smith Caygill Critique of Pure Reason

10

Kelly Bergson and Phenomenology

11

Key Concepts in Philosophy McQueen McQueen

4

Khan Islam, Women, and Violence in Kashmir

35

Knight The Costs and Benefits of Animal Experiments

16

Knowledge Pritchard

26

L Lacanian Ethics and the Assumption of Subjectivity Neill

15

M Macey Carling Ethnic, Racial and Religious Inequalities

35

Madigan Faith Under Fire

36

Maiese Embodiment, Emotion, and Cognition

13

Marx and Alienation Sayers

21

Marx Today Sitton

21

Mastering Philosophy Harrison-Barbet

4

McAlpine Akerlind Becoming an Academic

39

McLennan Jesus Was a Liberal

33

McLeod Legal Theory

26

Laitinen Sandis Hegel on Action

8

McQueen McQueen Key Concepts in Philosophy

4

25

Langer Nietzsche’s Gay Science

4

The Meaning of Friendship Vernon

2

32

Language, Thought and Reference Powell

35

Lapointe Bolzano’s Theoretical Philosophy

34 4

Late Medieval Jewish Identities Alfonso Caballero-Navas The Later Wittgenstein on Language Whiting

J Jary Assertion

Jesus and Gin Hankins

14

Learning Development in Higher Education Hartley Hilsdon Sinfield

Menary Cognitive Intergration

13

Meyer Aesthetic Formations

36

Mill Kahan On Liberty

10

Mind-Energy Bergson

10

36

Modernism and Nihilism Weller

22

8

Mohaghegh New Literature and Philosophy of the Middle East

28

Molloy Popular Media and Animals

16

14 7

39

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INDEX Moore and Wittgenstein Coliva Moral and Political Philosophy Smith

7 23

The Moral Dimensions of Empathy Oxley

20

Moral Emotions and Intuitions Roeser

18

Morris Sartre on the Body Moss Balancing Liberty and Security

8 26

Mullarkey Philosophy and the Moving Image: Refractions of Reality

27

Muslim and Christian Understanding El-Ansary Linnan

37

Muslims and Jews in America Aslan Tapper

37

N Nasim Bertrand Russell and the Edwardian Philosophers Neill Lacanian Ethics and the Assumption of Subjectivity

11

Nursing Ethics Armstrong

19

O

15 30

New Literature and Philosophy of the Middle East Mohaghegh

28

The New Sciences of Religion Grassie

34

New Takes in Film-Philosophy Carel Tuck

27

New Waves in Ethics Brooks

5

New Waves in Metaethics Brady

6 6

Power Lukes

24

10

Pritchard Knowledge

26

On Rawls, Development and Global Justice Williams

25

Originary Technicity: The Theory of Technology from Marx to Derrida Bradley

11

The Other Muslims Baran

38

Oxley The Moral Dimensions of Empathy

20

Particularism and the Space of Moral Reasons Smith

Punishment and Ethics Ryberg Corlett

20

9 19

R Racism and the Image of God Teel

31

Ratcliffe Rethinking Commonsense Psychology

13 8

Religion, Consumerism and Sustainability Thomas

34

Religious Conversion and Disaffiliation Gooren

38

Peace Philosophy in Action Carter Kumar

24

Philosophy and the Moving Image: Refractions of Reality Mullarkey

Representations of Homosexuality Sneed

32

27

Rethinking Commonsense Psychology Ratcliffe

13

Rigoglioso The Cult of Divine Birth in Ancient Greece

33

Roeser Moral Emotions and Intuitions

18

Philosophy Greetham

3

Philosophy: Key Texts Baggini

3

Philosophy: Key Themes Baggini

3

The Philosophy of Software Berry

29

Pigden Hume on Is and Ought

18

Roeser Reid on Ethics

8

Rowlands Animal Rights

17

21

Ryan Animals and Social Work: A Moral Introduction

16

Pinchin Issues in Philosophy

4

Ryberg Corlett Punishment and Ethics

19

Political Obligation Horton

22

Political Themes in the Hebrew Scriptures Gleicher

38

28

New

Psychiatric Power Foucault

Reid on Ethics Roeser

P

6

46

14

On Liberty Mill Kahan

New Waves in Truth Wright Pedersen

33

16

12

Pignarre Stengers Capitalist Sorcery

No Longer the Same Brockman

Popular Media and Animals Molloy

On Hegel de Boer

Pigden Hume on Motivation and Virtue

4

Politics, Religion and the Song of Songs in Seventeenth-Century England Clarke 37

36

5

Nietzsche’s Gay Science Langer

5

O’Shea A Cross Too Heavy

New Waves in Philosophy of Law Del Mar Newall What is a Picture?

Political Writings of Friedrich Nietzsche Cameron Dombowsky

Powell Language, Thought and Reference

7

The New Frontier of Religion and Science Hick

New Waves in Philosophy of Action Aguilar Buckareff Frankish

Novello Albert Camus as Political Thinker

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25

Sartre on the Body Morris

8

The Theology of Pope Benedict XVI de Gaál

34

21

Schaffner An Introduction to Animals and the Law

Thinking Skills for Professionals Greetham

17

The Secret History of Democracy Isakhan Stockwell

Third Wave Feminism and the Politics of Gender in Late Modernity Budgeon

24

25

Third Wave Feminism Gillis Howie Munford

23

Thistlethwaite Dreaming of Eden

35

Thomas Religion, Consumerism and Sustainability

34

Sayers Marx and Alienation

Security, Territory, Population Foucault Self, Culture, and Others in Womanist Practical Theology Sheppard

9 31

3

Shabana Custom in Islamic Law and Legal Theory

34

Shah The International Migration of Health Workers

The Three Stigmata of Friedrich Nietzsche Biswas Mellamphy

22

19

Sheppard Self, Culture, and Others in Womanist Practical Theology

The Thunder: Perfect Mind Taussig Calaway Kotrosits

35

31

Tobin Holy Holidays!

33

Todres Embodied Enquiry

15

Traditionalism and Radicalism in the History of Christian Thought Simut

38

The Tragic Vision of African American Religion Johnson

32

Tubbs History of Western Philosophy

4

Shi’i Jurisprudence and Constitution Boozari

33

Simut Traditionalism and Radicalism in the History of Christian Thought

38

Sitton Marx Today

21

Smith Moral and Political Philosophy

23

Sneed Representations of Homosexuality

32

Vagueness and Language Use Égré Klinedinst

14

Social Lives with Other Animals Cudworth

18

Venturinha Wittgenstein After His Nachlass

7

Speaking of Gods in Figure and Narrative Westbrook

37

Vernon How To Be An Agnostic

2

Vernon The Meaning of Friendship

2

15

Taussig Calaway Kotrosits The Thunder: Perfect Mind

35

Teel Racism and the Image of God

31

22

Westbrook Speaking of Gods in Figure and Narrative

37

What is a Picture? Newall

28

When Islam and Democracy Meet Cesari

35

Whiting The Later Wittgenstein on Language

8

Why Music Moves Us Bicknell

27

Williams On Rawls, Development and Global Justice

25

Wittgenstein After His Nachlass Venturinha Wittgenstein: Mind, Meaning and Metaphilosophy Frascolla Marconi Voltolini

V

Violence and Social Justice Bufacchi

23

Violence: A Philosophical Anthology Bufacchi

23

7

13 6

Writing in the Disciplines Deane O’Neill 39

Z Zaidi Islam, Modernity, and the Human Sciences

20

The Talking Cure Heaton

24

Weller Modernism and Nihilism

Wright Pedersen New Waves in Truth

Smith Particularism and the Space of Moral Reasons

T

Weale Democracy

32

W Wagner Carnap’s Logical Syntax of Language

7

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