Our new Philosophy catalog is available in a new online format—which (I hope) will make it easier for you to find books for your courses. Your feedback on the new catalog is welcome!
Here are some of the new books to keep in mind as you plan the next few semesters:
The Essential Schopenhauer: I was surprised that there wasn't an English-language anthology of Schopenhauer's works. Now, there is—and it is edited by Wolfgang Schirmacher, president of the International Schopenhauer Association.
Madness: The Invention of an Idea is one of Foucault's early works—and it is indispensable in understanding his intellectual evolution.
Of course, our mighty backlist—featuring Kant, Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Nietzsche, and Wittgenstein—is on display in the complete catalog.
Need a desk copy? Visit our Academic Services tab in the new catalog.
And, for fun philosophical browsing and a reality check, take note of Great Philosophers Who Failed at Love by Andrew Shaffer. Andrew provides portraits of great thinkers who we often quote—but whose personal decisions we should avoid at all costs.
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