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Series: Philosophy

Cambridge Scholars Publishing has a rapidly growing list of key titles within its philosophy series, with edited collections and monographs exploring key themes including, among other areas, pragmatics and ethics. With a particular strength in Kantian scholarship, our series on philosophy will be of interest to scholars at all levels. To propose a new volume within an existing series, or a new series, please contact Camilla Harding, Commissioning Editor, at camilla.harding@cambridgescholars.com.

Ethics

Explicitly or implicitly, issues of ethics underpin every aspect of life, as pubic institutions and private individuals make decisions which will inform their own welfare and the lives of others. This ethical impulse has recently gained considerable intellectual attention in the academy as many seek to understand the moral challenges and opportunities their own disciple present. This series which flows naturally from Liverpool Hope's unique ecumenical mission, is distinctive in its multi-disciplinary range and encompasses arts and humanities, social sciences, business and education publications...

European Studies in Process Thought

The European Studies in Process Thought is a book series devoted to the historical and systematic study of process philosophy in all its aspects. Although it is indebted to a philosophical tradition, in particular to the works of William James, Charles S. Peirce, Henri Bergson, Samuel Alexander and Alfred N. Whitehead, it is not dogmatically restricted to specific authors. It also aims at exploring various philosophical problems against the background of process thinking, i.e. the position that reality is in a continuous state of becoming and defies all attempts to provide definite and irrefuta...

Inside Selfhood And History

This series is a collection of ten texts written for Cambridge Scholars Publishing by Frederic Will. A variety of themes play out across these texts, including: selfhood and writing; the spatial and history; writing as a standing inside history; the everyday as the base of meaning; the other as the border of the self; the idea, and the dependence of the thing on it; memory and the rediscovery of selfhood; and the replacing of the self through writing.
Writing is the fundamental human act, which marks both the creation of history and a step into history. While writing is itself a thing, and d...

Kantian Questions

The goal of Kantian Questions is to publish original work on any topic of Kantian scholarship, as well as reflections on contemporary debates that bear the imprint of Kant’s thought. The series is published by Cambridge Scholar Publishing and comprises monographs, anthologies and translations, as well as the collection Rethinking Kant, which garners papers presented at the different Study Groups of the North American Kant Society. Kantian Questions offers a new publishing venue of the highest quality, attractive to scholars who want to reach, through the possibility of paperback editions, a readership of special...
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