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- Oxford University Press 2016; US$ 72.99 US$ 65.69
The articles in the present collection deal with the religious dimension of the problem of free will. Together they provide a historical and contemporary overview of problems in the theology of freedom, along with recent work by some important philosophers in the field aimed at resolving those problems. more...
- Sussex Academic Press 2016; US$ 24.99
Professor David Ohana teaches European history at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. He was a visiting fellow at The Sorbonne, Harvard, and Berkeley as well as the first academic director of the Forum for Mediterranean Cultures at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. His many books include: The Origins of Israeli Mythology (Cambridge, 2014),... more...
- Open Court 2016; US$ 19.99
In Orphan Black , several apparently unconnected women discover that they are exact physical doubles, that there are more of them out there, that they are all illegally produced clones, and that someone is having them killed. They find themselves in the midst of a secret and violent struggle between a fundamentalist religious group, a fanatical... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 46.50
First published in 1923, this book collects together sixteen essays written between 1912 and 1922 that reflect how the author's views on education became increasingly interwoven with their views on "things in general" ? with half dealing with each subject. Reflecting this interweave, they are arranged chronologically rather than by subject due to... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2016; US$ 39.95
As an advanced introduction to the challenging topic of free will, this book is designed for upper-level undergraduates interested in a comprehensive first-stop into the field?s issues and debates. It is written by two of the leading participants in those debates?a compatibilist on the issue of free will and determinism (Michael McKenna) and an incompatibilist... more...
- University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division 2016; US$ 19.95
Professor Brown in this volume discusses one of the most difficult questions in metaphysics, “what is action?” His analysis proceeds along three main lines of thought: the point of view of the agent, the primacy of inanimate action, and the pervasiveness of explanatory insight in the description of action. more...
- De Gruyter 2016; US$ 116.25
The idea of a final end of human conduct ? the highest good ? lies at the centre of important parts of Kant?s philosophy, such as his moral theory, his philosophy of religion, his views on the historical progress of the human species, and his conception of rationality. This collection of new essays attempts to re-evaluate the doctrine of the highest... more...
- De Gruyter 2016; US$ 126.82
This book seeks to amplify approaches native to philosophy, literature, and the social sciences regarding contemporary discourse on identity by supplementing them with theological reflection. It develops a proposal for the theological understanding of identity, which imagines the relationship of self to others not in terms of threat but rather as... more...
- Oxford University Press 2016; US$ 19.99 US$ 17.99
J.T. Ismael's book will be the first to truly examine the question of what physics actually tell us about whether or not we are free to act. Her conclusions are surprising and engaging, and importantly show that physics does actually not say that we are not free. more...