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- Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 44.95
First published in 1981. Martin Buber has been acclaimed as one of the major philosophical and religious thinkers of the twentieth century with his influence and achievements spanning numerous fields ? however in each of these areas his work has also been severely criticised and his influence called into question. This volume brings together in a... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2015; US$ 25.00
In 2014, the first three volumes of Heidegger?s Black Notebooks?the personal and philosophical notebooks that he kept during the war years ? were published in Germany. These notebooks provide the first textual evidence of anti-Semitism in Heidegger?s philosophy, not simply in passing remarks, but as incorporated into his philosophical and political... more...
- UPA 2015; US$ 69.99
Why do new things happen? Boyle answers through consideration of a conceptual history of the new, logical formalization of how novelty occurs, discussion of the relevance of novelty to scientific questions surrounding Earth, life and consciousness, and integrative reading of the respective philosophies of Ludwig Wittgenstein and Martin Heidegger.... more...
- Primento Digital 2015; US$ 4.99
In this clear and detailed reading guide, we?ve done all the hard work for you! The Meursault Investigation by Kamel Daoud, which has been listed by Publishers Weekly as one of the 150 best novels of the year and which has been awarded the Prix Goncourt for first novels, is a sort of epilogue to Camus? novel The Stranger . It raises interesting... more...
- Primento Digital 2015; US$ 4.99
In this clear and detailed reading guide, we?ve done all the hard work for you! No Exit is a French play by the famous existentialist philosopher, Jean-Paul Sartre, in which three people are condemned to spend eternity together in the same room as retribution for their sins. The play explores the questions of responsibility and freedom, and the... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2015; US$ 18.95 US$ 13.99
The aphorism eludes definition: it can appear to be a random jotting or a more polished observation. Whether arbitrary fragment or crystalline shard, an aphorism captures the inception of a thought. Franz Kafka composed aphorisms during two periods in his life. A series of 109 was written between September 1917 and April 1918, in Zürau, West Bohemia,... more...
- Primento Digital Publishing 2015; US$ 11.99
Le Temps n?existe pas. Le paradoxe est de le relever. Troisième degré. Membre de la Grande Loge de Belgique après avoir été initié au Grand Orient, ayant parcouru l?entièreté des degrés maçonniques jusqu?au 33ème, l?auteur nous incite à réfléchir sur la valeur et la qualité de ce qu?il est convenu de nommer? « le Temps » ! more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2015; US$ 45.00
This book traces the compelling ethical and political ideas that unfold in the multifaceted work of Albert Camus, one of the twentieth century's most provocative and influential figures, and explores their relevance for human existence in an unsettling world of global integration and fragmentation. more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2015; US$ 100.00
This book brings Jacques Lacan's work on the problem of anxiety into a jarring and fruitful confrontation with phenomenology, existentialism, and the 'jargon' of authenticity. Brian Robertson masterfully upends a host of received philosophical truths - most notably, and crucially, the idea that anxiety 'lacks an object.' more...