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2 WESTERN PHILOSOPHY
7 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY
10 EPISTEMOLOGY
11 ETHICS & MORAL PHILOSOPHY
16 HISTORY OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY
19 LOGIC
20 METAPHYSICS & ONTOLOGY
22 PHENOMENOLOGY & EXISTENTIALISM
25 SOCIAL & POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY
30 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION
34 PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
37 GENERAL
40 NON-WESTERN PHILOSOPHY

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During the last few decades the interest in scholastic philosophy has grown. In
particular, analytic philosophers have been inspired by the strong argumentative
method of scholastic philosophy. In 2011 Editiones Scholasticae was founded,
dedicated to publishing in this burgeoning field in three areas:
• New publications on scholastic philosophy in both English and German.
• Reprints of excellent scholastics books first published in the 19th and 20th centuries

in German and English.
• Translations of classical French and English scholastic books.

NEW

ARISTOTLE’S REVENGE

The Metaphysical Foundations of Physical and
Biological Science

Edward Feser

Dec2018515pp
9783868382006PaperbackUS$33.00

Among the many topics covered in this important new book
are the metaphysical presuppositions of scientific method; the
status of scientific realism; the metaphysics of space and time; the
metaphysics of quantum mechanics; reductionism in chemistry
and biology; the metaphysics of evolution; and neuroscientific
reductionism. It brings contemporary philosophy and science into
dialogue with the Aristotelian tradition.

BESTSELLER UNA VERITAS A MANUAL OF
The ‘Inclusive’ Definition NEO-SCHOLASTIC
SCHOLASTIC METAPHYSICS of Truth as a Proof for the PHILOSOPHY
A Contemporary Introduction Existence of God
Charles Reinhard
Edward Feser Edited by Claudio Pierantoni Baschab
2014320pp Apr2018345pp Apr2018460pp
9783868385441Paperback 9783868382105Hardback 9783868382112Hardback
US$28.00 US$108.00 US$108.00

Provides an overview of scholastic Proposes a new proof of the existence A complete and systematic exposition
approaches to causation, substance, of God, based on a development of scholastic philosophy based upon
essence, modality, identity, of elements found in patristic and the sound principles of Aristotle
persistence, teleology, and other scholastic philosophical tradition, in and St Thomas Aquinas, bringing
issues in fundamental metaphysics. particular that of St Augustine, it into contact with the facts of
The book interacts heavily with St Anselm and St Thomas Aquinas. modern science. The considerations
the literature on these issues in which have guided the author are
contemporary analytic metaphysics, two: he wished both to modernise
so as to facilitate the analytic reader’s and popularise philosophia perennis.
understanding of scholastic ideas It covers the philosophy of
and the reader’s understanding of nature, psychology, ontology and
contemporary analytic philosophy. metaphysics, and natural theology.

Information on all books published by EDITIONES SCHOLASTICAE
will be available from 1 March at eurospanbookstore.com/editionesscholasticae

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WESTERN PHILOSOPHY INSPIRED BY BAKHTIN
Dialogic Methods in the Humanities
HIGHLIGHT
Edited by Matthias Freise
FROM WONDER Jun2018250pp,9figures,2tables
TO WISDOM 9781618117380HardbackUS$109.00
Introductory Studies in Comparative Literature and Intellectual History
Readings Offers an examination of seven disciplines within the
in Philosophy humanities field which underwent a fundamental
transformation. In order to apply ‘exact' scientific
Cognella Academic Publishing methods, these disciplines turned away from their very
subjects and took a revisionist approach based on the work
Academic Studies Press of Mikhail Bakhtin, tracing the search for common and
THE EVOLUTION OF THE HUMAN ARTS specific grounds of the humanities.
Aesthetics After Darwin. Competition,
Cooperation, Self-Transformation: Alexander MAIMONIDES' GRAND EPISTLE TO
G. Baumgarten, Alexander von Humboldt, THE SCHOLARS OF LUNEL
Immanuel Kant, and Lawrence Sterne Ideology and Rhetoric
Winfried Menninghaus
Charles H. Sheer
Jun2019200pp Apr2019100pp
9781644690000HardbackUS$99.00 9781618119612PaperbackUS$32.00
Evolution, Cognition and the Arts 9781618119605HardbackUS$90.00
When Maimonides' Mishneh Torah reached Lunel, France,
scholars composed twenty-four objections to his positions.
Maimonides' rejoinder opened with an unusual rhymed
prose epistle with effusive praise for his correspondents
and artistic and complex language. In this book, Charles
Sheer offers the first annotated translation of the entire
epistle.

THE MANY FACES OF MAIMONIDES

Dov Schwartz
May2018350pp
9781618117809HardbackUS$119.00
Emunot: Jewish Philosophy and Kabbalah
Offers a new reading of Maimonides' Guide of the Perplexed,
exploring how Maimonides' commitment to integrity
led him to a critique of the Kalām, a complex concept of
immortality, and insight into the human yearning for
metaphysical knowledge.

SHAPES OF APOCALYPSE
Arts and Philosophy in Slavic Thought

Edited by Andrea Oppo
May2018288pp
9781618118240PaperbackUS$35.00
Myths and Taboos in Russian Culture
Highlights the philosophical and literary idea of apocalypse
within key examples in the Slavic world during the
nineteenth and twentieth centuries. From Russian realism
to avant-garde painting, the fiction of the nineteenth
century to twentieth-century philosophy, the concepts of
‘end of history’ and ‘end of present time’ are specifically
examined.

WESTERN PHILOSOPHY 3

The Catholic University of America Press WRITING & FREEDOM
From Nothing to Persons and Back
AQUINAS ON EMOTION'S PARTICIPATION
IN REASON William Myers
Nov2018277pp
Nicholas Kahm 9780999513408HardbackUS$60.00
Jan2019277pp Defends (a strong version of) free will as necessarily
9780813231570HardbackUS$75.00 interpersonal: my freedom is nothing but my acceptance
Presents Aquinas's answer to the perennial question: In of yours. This is how Milton, Rossetti, and Dickinson treat
what way can the emotions be rational? For Aquinas, the their readers, and how scientists and philosophers ideally
starting point of this inquiry is Aristotle's claim (EN.I.13) treat each other. The book's open-ended essays model
that there are three parts to the soul: the rational part; the freedom so understood.
non-rational part which can participate in reason; and the
non-rational part that does not participate in reason. Cognella Academic Publishing

THE ARISTOTELIAN TRADITION OF FROM WONDER TO WISDOM
NATURAL KINDS AND ITS DEMISE Introductory Readings in Philosophy

Stewart Umphrey Edited by Fidel A. Arnecillo Jr.
Jul2018277pp Nov2018222pp
9780813230412HardbackUS$75.00 9781516531745Paperback US$71.95
Examines the emergence of Aristotle's account of species, For full details of this title, see page 2.
what Schoolmen such as Thomas Aquinas and William of
Ockham did with this account, and the tacit if not explicit Marquette University Press
rejection of all such accounts in modern scientific theory.
By tracing this history Stewart Umphrey shows that there OPPOSITION AND PHILOSOPHY
have been not one but two relevant “scientific revolutions”
or “paradigm shifts” in the history of natural philosophy. Piotr Hoffman
Nov2015175pp
BEFORE TRUTH 9781626006041PaperbackUS$20.00
Lonergan, Aquinas, and the Problem Marquette Studies in Philosophy, Vol. 87
of Wisdom Asks how the concept of opposition can be instrumental in
solving some of the notorious problems of philosophers,
Jeremy D. Wilkins with special attention to Sartre and Heidegger. The three
Nov2018277pp main issues are identified in the chapter titles: ‘Opposition
9780813231471HardbackUS$65.00 and Particularity’, ‘Opposition and Intersubjectivity’, and
Wisdom, according to Thomas Aquinas, is the quality ‘Opposition and Temporality’.
of right judgment. This book is about the problem of
becoming wise, the problem "before truth". It is about
that problem particularly as it comes up for religious,
philosophical, and theological truth claims.

THE HUMAN PERSON
A Beginner's Thomistic Psychology

Steven J. Jensen
Nov2018277pp
9780813231525PaperbackUS$34.95

Presents a brief introduction to the human mind, the soul,
immortality, and free will. While delving into the thought
of Thomas Aquinas, this book addresses contemporary
topics, such as scepticism, mechanism, animal language
research, and determinism.

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University of Missouri Press TOLSTOY AND
HIS PROBLEMS
THE PHILOSOPHER AND THE STORYTELLER Views from the
Eric Voegelin and Twenty-First Century
Twentieth-Century Literature
Inessa Medzhibovskaya
Charles R. Embry Nov2018288pp,2images
Feb2018208pp 9780810138803Paperback
9780826221520PaperbackUS$25.00 US$39.95
The Eric Voegelin Institute Series in Political Philosophy 9780810138810Hardback
Throughout his philosophical career, Eric Voegelin had US$120.00
much to say about literature in both his published work Studies in Russian Literature and
and his private letters. The Philosopher and the Storyteller is Theory
the first book-length study of the literary dimensions of
Voegelin's philosophy – and the first to use his philosophy In the broadest sense, this
to read specific novels. volume offers a fresh evaluation of Tolstoy's program to
reform the ways we live, work, commune with nature and
The University of North Carolina Press art, practice spirituality, exchange ideas and knowledge,
become educated, and speak and think about history and
READING VOLTAIRE'S CONTES social change.
A Semiotics of Philosophical Narration
THEORY'S AUTOIMMUNITY
Carol Sherman Skepticism, Literature, and Philosophy
Aug2018284pp
9780807892275PaperbackUS$35.00 Zahi Zalloua
North Carolina Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures Nov2018240pp
Questioning a particular tradition of reading, Carol 9780810137783PaperbackUS$34.95
Sherman writes a series of metacritical essays that 9780810137790HardbackUS$99.95
revise many of our assumptions about Voltaire's stories,
substantiate others, and attempt to account for the Engaging scholars from across humanistic fields grappling
phenomenon of interpretation for the paradoxical case of with the role and value of theory in our times, Theory's
fictions that proffer truths. Autoimmunity argues for reclaiming theory's scepticism
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of as a value. To cultivate theory's sceptical impulses is to
Romance Studies embrace what Jacques Derrida has termed autoimmunity:
a condition of openness to the outside that allows for
Northwestern University Press change.

KIERKEGAARD, LITERATURE, AND VIOLENCE AND GRACE
THE ARTS Exceptional Life Between Shakespeare
and Modernity
Eric Ziolkowski
Jan2018280pp,11images Nichole E. Miller
9780810135963PaperbackUS$39.95 Jan2018256pp,3b&willustrations
9780810135970HardbackUS$99.95 9780810136588PaperbackUS$34.95
Presents a collection of fourteen essays that illuminate Rethinking the Early Modern
the broad and often under appreciated variety of the
nineteenth-century Danish thinker Søren Kierkegaard's Establishes a conceptual link between early modern English
engagements with literature and the arts. These essays drama and twentieth-century political theology, both of
explore Kierkegaard's relationship to literature, the which emerge from the experience of political crisis. Nicole
performing arts, and the visual arts and film. Miller's analyses retrieve for political theology the relations
between gender, sexuality, and the political aesthetics of
violence on the early modern stage, addressing the plays of
Marlowe, Middleton, and Shakespeare.

WESTERN PHILOSOPHY 5

University of Pittsburgh Press PRETEXTS FOR WRITING
German Romantic Prefaces, Literature,
LOGODAEDALUS and Philosophy
Word Histories of Ingenuity in Early
Modern Europe Seán M. Williams
Feb2019242pp
Alexander Marr et al 9781684480524PaperbackUS$34.95
Nov2018352pp 9781684480531HardbackUS$99.95
9780822945413HardbackUS$49.95 New Studies in the Age of Goethe
A prehistory of the idea of genius, this book explores the Weaving in authors from Antiquity to Agamben,
ways the language of ingenuity was defined, used, and Williams shows how European - and, above all, German -
manipulated between 1470 and 1750. By analysing lexical Romanticism was a watershed in the history of the preface.
works across a range of languages, the authors reveal ways The playful, paradoxical strategies that Romantic writers
in which significant words produced meaning in history invented are later played out in continental philosophy,
and found expression in natural philosophy, medicine, and in post-Structuralist literature.
natural history, mathematics, mechanics, poetics and Bucknell University Press
artistic theory.
THE PRINTED READER
Purdue University Press Gender, Quixotism, and Textual Bodies in
Eighteenth-Century Britain
OF LEVINAS AND SHAKESPEARE
To See Another Thus Amelia Dale
Jun2019224pp,14b&willustrations
Edited by Moshe Gold, Sandor Goodhart & Kent Lehnhof 9781684481026PaperbackUS$34.95
Apr2018277pp 9781684481033HardbackUS$99.95
9781557538055HardbackUS$50.00 Transits: Literature, Thought & Culture 1650-1850
Scholars have used Levinas as a lens through which to view Explores the transformative power of reading in the
many authors and texts, fields of endeavour, and works eighteenth century, and how this was expressed in the
of art. Yet no book-length work has brought this lens to fascination with Don Quixote and in a proliferation of
bear in a sustained discussion of the works of Shakespeare. narratives about quixotic readers, readers who attempt to
Comprising leading scholars in philosophy and literature, reproduce and embody their readings.
Of Levinas and Shakespeare is the firstbook-length work to Bucknell University Press
treat both great thinkers.
Syracuse University Press

Rutgers University Press DANIEL
Dialogues of Realization
THE ART OF TIME
Levinas, Ethics, and the Contemporary Martin Buber
Peninsular Novel Oct2018112pp
9780815609476Paperback
Nina L. Molinaro US$12.95
Jul2019250pp Martin Buber Library
9781684481279PaperbackUS$29.95
9781684481286HardbackUS$99.95 Better than any other single
Emmanuel Levinas's voice is crucial to the resurging work, Daniel enables us to
global attention to ethics because he grapples with understand the significance
the quintessential problem of alterity or "otherness", of the transition Buber made
which he conceptualizes as the articulation of, and prior from his early mysticism to
responsibility to, difference in relation to the competing the philosophy of dialogue.
movement toward sameness. The book is written in the form of five dialogues, in each of
Bucknell University Press which Daniel and his friends explore a crucial philosophical
problem.

6 W ESTERN PHILOSOPHY

BESTSELLERS THE TROUBADOUR OF KNOWLEDGE

Broadview Press Michel Serres
1997184pp
THE GRASSHOPPER 9780472065516PaperbackUS$26.95
Games, Life and Utopia, Third Edition Studies in Literature & Science
In this wide-ranging meditation on learning and difference,
Bernard Suits Michel Serres explores numerous pathways in philosophy,
2014262pp science, and literature to argue that the best contemporary
9781554812158PaperbackUS$26.95 education requires knowledge of both science's general
Through the jocular voice of Aesop's Grasshopper, truths and literature's singular stories.
a "shiftless but thoughtful practitioner of applied
entomology", Bernard Suits not only argues that games Northwestern University Press
can be meaningfully defined; he also suggests that playing
games is a central part of the ideal of human existence. LIMITED INC

University of Massachusetts Press Jacques Derrida
Translated by Jeffrey Mehlman & Samuel Weber
TECHNOLOGIES OF THE SELF 1988160pp
A Seminar with Michel Foucault 9780810107885PaperbackUS$22.95
Only in relation to phenomenology is it possible to
Edited by Luther H. Martin, Huck Gutman & measure the importance of deconstruction. Only in
Patrick H. Hutton relation to Husserl’s philosophy is it possible to understand
1998176pp the novelty of Derrida’s thinking. Voice and Phenomenon
9780870235931PaperbackUS$22.95 therefore may be the best introduction to Derrida’s
Contains essays by Foucault-scholars and Foucault himself. thought in general.
The book concentrates on Foucault's later works, where
there is a shift of focus from the power/knowledge axis to PATAPHYSICS
the axis of ethics. The Poetics of an Imaginary Science

University of Michigan Press Christian Bok
2001152pp
KEY BESTSELLER 9780810118775PaperbackUS$24.95
Avant-garde and Modernism Studies
SIMULACRA An exploration of pataphysics, or the science of imaginary
AND SIMULATION solutions. This book covers the tangled history of
pataphysics, discussing the tension between science
Jean Baudrillard and poetics, in order to demonstrate that pataphysics
1994176pp constitutes an intrinsic, but neglected, cornerstone of
9780472065219 postmodernity itself.
Paperback
US$17.95
The Body in Theory: Histories of
Cultural Materialism
Develops a theory of
contemporary culture
that relies on displacing
economic notions of
cultural production with notions of cultural expenditure.
This book represents an effort to rethink cultural
theory from the perspective of a concept of cultural
materialism, one that radically redefines postmodern
formulations of the body.

ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY 7

HIGHLIGHT HIGHLIGHT

ANCIENT A COMPANION TO
PHILOSOPHY ANCIENT
A Companion to the PHILOSOPHY
Core Readings
Rereading Ancient
Philosophy

Broadview Press

Northwestern University Press

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Broadview Press PERCEPTION IN ARISTOTLE'S ETHICS

PHILEBUS Eve Rabinoff
Feb2018176pp
Plato 9780810136427PaperbackUS$34.95
Edited by James Wood 9780810136434HardbackUS$99.95
Mar2019200pp Demonstrates that living an ethical life requires a mode
9781554813735PaperbackUS$17.95 of perception that is best called ethical perception.
Broadview Editions Specifically, drawing primarily on Aristotle's accounts of
One of Plato’s more sophisticated dialogues, Philebus is perception and ethics in De Anima and Nicomachean Ethics,
presented here in a thoroughly-annotated translation Eve Rabinoff argues that the faculty of perception, which
informed by recent scholarship. Following the translation is often thought to be an entirely physical phenomenon, is
is an appendix of parallel passages from other Platonic informed by intellect and has an ethical dimension.
dialogues as well as related material from Aristotle, the
Stoics, and Epicurus. PHILOSOPHY
AS AGÔN
Mercer University Press A Study of Plato's
Gorgias and
DE ANIMA Related Texts

Aristotle Robert Metcalf
Edited by David Bolotin Nov2018248pp
Sep2018277pp 9780810137974Paperback
9780881466645Paperback US$34.95
US$18.00 9780810137981Hardback
9780881466638Hardback US$99.95
US$45.00 Rereading Ancient Philosophy
David Bolotin's translation Offers a fresh interpretation
of Aristotle's De Anima, or On of Plato's dialogues as dramatic texts whose philosophy is
Soul, aims above all at fidelity not so much a matter of doctrine as it is a dynamic, non-
to the Greek. It treats Aristotle dogmatic, and open-ended practice of engaging others
as a teacher regarding what in agonistic dialogue. Robert Metcalf argues that Plato
soul really is, and hence it tries to convey the meaning - to understands philosophy as essentially agonistic.
the extent possible in English - of his every word. The
translation itself is supplemented with footnotes. THE PHILOSOPHY OF EPICURUS
Letters, Doctrines, and Parallel Passages
Northwestern University Press from Lucretius

A COMPANION TO ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY Epicurus
Translated by George K. Strodach
Edited by Sean D Kirkland & Eric Sanday Nov2018272pp
Nov2018304pp 9780810138728PaperbackUS$45.00
9780810137868PaperbackUS$39.95 Contains a long introductory essay on the philosophy of
9780810137875HardbackUS$120.00 Epicurus and a selection of primary texts. George Strodach
Rereading Ancient Philosophy translates excerpts from The Life of Epicurous by Diogenes
For full details of this title, see page 7. Laertius, letters to Herodotus, Pythocles, and Menoeceus
with parallel passages from Lucretius, and the Vatican
collection of Epicurus's aphorisms.

ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY 9

Parmenides Publishing BESTSELLER

PLOTINUS ENNEAD I.1 University of Michigan Press
What is the Living Thing? What is Man?
A HISTORICAL COMMENTARY
Translation, with an Introduction and Commentary by ON THUCYDIDES
Gerard O'Daly A Companion to Rex Warner's
May2018227pp Penguin Translation
9781930972988PaperbackUS$42.00
The Enneads of Plotinus David Cartwright
A succinct and concentrated analysis of key themes 1997336pp
in Plotinus' psychology and ethics. This book focuses 9780472084197PaperbackUS$34.95
on the soul-body relation, discussing various Platonic, Aims to guide the Greekless reader through Thucydides'
Aristotelian, and Stoic views before arguing that there fascinating yet demanding narrative. Cartwright's is the
is only a soul-trace in the body (forming with the body a only such full-length, one-volume commentary and
"compound"), while the reasoning soul itself is impassive companion. It is based on Rex Warner's Penguin translation
and flawless. of Thucydides.

PLOTINUS ENNEAD V.8
On Intelligible Beauty

Translation, with an Introduction and Commentary by
Andrew Smith
May2018173pp
9781930972650PaperbackUS$37.00
The Enneads of Plotinus
Originally part of a single work (with III.8, V.5, and II.9), this
volume provides the foundation for a positive view of the
universe as an image of divine beauty against the Gnostic
rejection of the world.

PLOTINUS ENNEAD VI. 8
On the Voluntary and on the Free Will of
the One

Translation, with an Introduction and Commentary by
Kevin Corrigan & John D. Turner
Mar2018501pp
9781930972391PaperbackUS$47.00
The Enneads of Plotinus

Provides access to the living mind of a long dead sage
as he tries to answer some of the most fundamental
questions we in the modern world continue to ask. Are we
really free when most of the time we are overwhelmed by
compulsions, addictions, and necessities? Can we trace this
freedom through our own agency to the gods, to the Soul,
Intellect, and the Good? How do we know that the world is
meaningful?

10 EPISTEMOLOGY

EPISTEMOLOGY Hampton Press

Broadview Press ON COMPLEXITY

TELL ME SOMETHING I DON'T KNOW Edgar Morin
Dialogues in Epistemology 2008127pp,illustrations
9781572738010PaperbackUS$23.95
Michael Veber In this volume of key essays Morin turns his attention
Apr2018200pp to the technical and philosophical underpinnings of
9781554813568PaperbackUS$24.95 complexity theory and applies it to a wide-ranging number
Presents a collection of original dialogues in epistemology, of issues. These essays will stimulate the critical debate
suitable for student readers but also of interest to experts. within complexity circles.
Familiar problems, theories, and arguments are explored:
second-order knowledge, epistemic closure, the preface University of Michigan Press
paradox, scepticism, pragmatic encroachment, the Gettier
problem, and more. THE IMAGE
Knowledge in Life and Society
Northwestern University Press
Kenneth Ewart Boulding
THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF G. E. MOORE 1956184pp
9780472060474PaperbackUS$18.95
E.D. Klemke Ann Arbor Paperbacks
Nov2018224pp Is there a level of abstraction from which the segments
9780810138483PaperbackUS$45.00 of our universe can be surveyed and ordered? Kenneth
Offers an examination of the philosophy of G.E. Boulding says there is. It is The Image - "the sum of what
Moore, one of the foremost Anglo-American, analytic we think we know and what makes us behave the way we
philosophers of the twentieth century. This book seeks do." Having roused the idea, he chases it through biology,
to redress an imbalance in analytic philosophy by making psychology, sociology - bringing it to bay, perhaps, in
a case for the relevance of analytically oriented historical philosophy.
studies to contemporary problems.
Northwestern University Press

BESTSELLERS HISTORY AND TRUTH

Broadview Press Paul Ricoeur
2007368pp
AN INTRODUCTION TO EPISTEMOLOGY 9780810124004Paperback
Second Edition US$29.95
Studies in Phenomenology and
Jack S. Crumley II Existential Philosophy
2009320pp
9781551119076PaperbackUS$32.95 Investigates the antinomy
Shows not only how philosophers such as Descartes, between history and truth,
Hume, Locke, Berkeley, and Kant foreground the or between historicity and
contemporary debates, but also why they deserve meaning. This book argues
consideration on their own terms. This book provides that history has meaning
an introduction to the central topics in epistemology. It insofar as it approaches
is suitable for undergraduate students taking their first universality and system, but has no meaning insofar as this
course in epistemology. universality violates the singularity of individuals' lives.

ETHICS & MORAL PHILOSOPHY 11

ETHICS & MORAL PHILOSOPHY HIGHLIGHT

HIGHLIGHT SIN
A Thomistic
MORAL Psychology
PHILOSOPHY
A Contemporary
Introduction

Broadview Press The Catholic University of America Press

HIGHLIGHT

REDEFINING THE
MODERN
MILITARY
The Intersection
of Profession
and Ethics

Naval Institute Press

12 ETHICS & MORAL PHILOSOPHY

HIGHLIGHT ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN NURSING

CAN DIFFERENT Joseph P. DeMarc & Gary E. Jones with Barbara J. Daly
CULTURES THINK Mar2019340pp
THE SAME 9781554813964PaperbackUS$49.95
THOUGHTS? A comprehensive introduction to the many ethical and
A Comparative legal issues that arise in the practice of nursing. Topics
Study in include informed consent, end-of-life treatment, impaired
Metaphysics decisional capacity, privacy and confidentiality, and much
and Ethics more.

University of Notre Dame Press ETHICAL THEORY
A Concise Anthology,
Third Edition

Edited by Heimir Geirsson &
Margaret R. Holmgren
May2018400pp
9781554813988Paperback
US$44.95
Collects important historical
and contemporary readings
on the central ethical theories,
including Divine Command
Theory, Consequentialism,
Deontology, Virtue Ethics, and Feminist Ethics. Each
section includes two or three of the most important
contributions to the field, together with brief introductions
from the editors.

Broadview Press MORAL PHILOSOPHY
A Contemporary Introduction
BUSINESS ETHICS
The Big Picture Daniel R. DeNicola
Nov2018320pp
Edited by Mark C. Vopat & Alan Tomhave 9781554813544PaperbackUS$34.95
Jul2018325pp For full details of this title, see page 11.
9781554814305PaperbackUS$44.95
Asks students to focus on the assumptions underlying The Catholic University of America Press
the activity of business. Why does society provide special
protections for businesses? What is the purpose of a SIN
corporation? What do businesses owe society? And are A Thomistic Psychology
there some things that shouldn't be distributed by the free
market? These questions are addressed through classic Steven J. Jensen
readings from Smith and Marx, as well as contemporary May2018277pp
selections. 9780813230337PaperbackUS$34.95
For full details of this title, see page 11.

ETHICS & MORAL PHILOSOPHY 13

Cognella Academic Publishing Northwestern University Press

CONTEMPORARY ETHICAL ISSUES IN THE FOR AN ONTOLOGY OF MORALS
CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM A Critique of Contemporary Ethical Theory

Jason William et al Henry B. Veatch
Aug201888pp Nov2018192pp
9781516529520PaperbackUS$68.95 9780810138742PaperbackUS$45.00

Steps away from the conventional theoretical frameworks Assesses contemporary trends in ethical theory, including
and socio-historical foundations of criminal justice ethics the deontological tradition dating back to Kant, the
to focus on the practical problems and controversies that teleological tradition of the utilitarians, the analytic
regularly occur within the criminal justice system. Designed movement, and the existentialist-phenomenologist
to be concise yet comprehensive, the book helps students movement.
understand practical realities within ethical contexts.

UP TO DATE APPLIED ETHICAL ISSUES University of Notre Dame Press

Jeremy Dickinson AMERICA AND THE JUST WAR TRADITION
Jan2018194pp A History of U.S. Conflicts
9781516519576PaperbackUS$87.95
Introduces readers to a variety of recent works on applied Edited by Mark David Hall & J. Daryl Charles
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1970405pp
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Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
Edmund Husserl's last great work is important both
for its content and for the influence it has had on other
philosophers. In this book, which remained unfinished
at his death, Husserl attempts to forge a union between
phenomenology and existentialism.

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THE PRIMACY OF PERCEPTION SOCIAL & POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

Maurice Merleau-Ponty HIGHLIGHT
1964228pp,illustrations
9780810101647PaperbackUS$27.95 POLITICAL
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Brings together a number of important studies by Maurice THE HUMAN
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1947 to 1961. Taken together, they provide a systematic An Introduction
introduction to the major themes of Merleau-Ponty's to Major Political
philosophy. Thinkers,
Second Edition
THE VISIBLE AND THE INVISIBLE
Cognella Academic Publishing
Maurice Merleau-Ponty HIGHLIGHT
1969333pp
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Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy NONIDEAL
Contains the unfinished manuscript and working notes THEORY
of the book Merleau-Ponty was writing when he died. OF POLITICS
The text is devoted to a critical examination of Kantian,
Husserlian, Bergsonian, and Sartrean method, followed by
the extraordinary The Intertwining - The Chiasm, that reveals
the central pattern of Merleau-Ponty's own thought.

ZIZEK'S ONTOLOGY
A Transcendental Materialist Theory
of Subjectivity

Adrian Johnston
2008312pp
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Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
Slavoj Zizek is an important philosopher, known chiefly
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and contemporary politics. This book focuses on the
philosophical core of Zizek's work. It addresses two
philosophical problems: the relationship of mind and body,
and the nature of human freedom.

Northwestern University Press

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Broadview Press Cognella Academic Publishing

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University of Missouri Press DISTRIBUTIONS OF THE SENSIBLE
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Northwestern University Press THE POWERS OF SENSIBILITY
Aesthetic Politics through Adorno, Foucault,
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ECHOES OF THE MARSEILLAISE BESTSELLERS
Two Centuries Look Back on the
French Revolution Broadview Press

Eric Hobsbawm THE BROADVIEW ANTHOLOGY OF SOCIAL
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The Duvakin Interviews, 1973 currents of political thought.

Mikhail Bakhtin The University of Georgia Press
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ENTERTAINING FUTILITY
Despair and Hope in the Time of
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30 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

Hampton Press PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

MIND AND NATURE Academic Studies Press
A Necessary Unity
VLADIMIR SOLOVIEV AND THE
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HEGEL, HAITI, AND UNIVERSAL HISTORY
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intellect?

32 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION

THOMAS AQUINAS AND Northwestern University Press
HIS PREDECESSORS
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THE WORLD WITHIN THE ARCHITECTURE
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PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE & Bocconi University Press
TECHNOLOGY
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The Catholic University of America Press Northwestern University Press

HUMAN EMBRYOS, HUMAN BEINGS SCIENCE AND THE HUMANITIES
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it came.

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LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT BESTSELLERS
OF KNOWLEDGE
Charles Renouvier's Political Philosophy University of Pittsburgh Press
of Science
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