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The Cambridge Scholars Publishing Philosophy topics provide authoritative and innovative perspectives for academics and enthusiasts alike. Our selection of the best Philosophy books cover the major sub-disciplines, incorporating the analytic and Continental traditions, and the history of Philosophy. We are also proud to publish a number of critically-acclaimed Series on popular Philosophy topics, including leading insights about theoretical and applied Ethics.

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Senses, Affects and Archae...

Senses and affects, despite what some schools of thought in modern science think, are not only a physiological tool that captures the stimuli present in the world, but are also an apparatus that constantly updates our position in the world. They are material-discursive practices that we employ on a daily basis in the interpretation...
£61.99

An Introduction to Hanfei'...

This is the first book to make the philosophy of Hanfei available at an introductory level. This fascinating thinker not only directly influenced the first Chinese Empire, but also embodied the strongest alternative to Confucianism in Chinese thought. Even today, his thinking influences China.It introduces key concepts and argument...
£58.99

Philosophy in Ancient Rome

This book describes the philosophy of ancient Rome in an original, convincing and, at the same time, captivating manner. Roman philosophy is both a continuation of Greek philosophy and a substantially different way of thinking. The predominant examples dealt with in this book are language and time. Emphasis is laid upon the interwe...
£61.99

Plato and Democracy Today

This book deploys an innovative narrative device to mount an exercise in (popular) political philosophy. It presents Plato as “the Reith Lecturer” bringing up to date his critique of democracy which he began more than two thousand years ago in The Republic.Three recent “unexpected” electoral outcomes (the Brexit Referendum in the U...
£58.99

The Inter-Processual Self

How should we understand the self, as well as personal, relational and systemic growth? This volume proposes a radical new way of answering this question. It rests on a non-representational theory of knowledge on how to approach and understand the self and action more broadly. Although it has never been lost, the Aristotelian empha...
£64.99
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