An Existential Development Across the Lifespan

Martin Adams

This textbook reviews for the first time the thinking of six major existential philosophers; Søren Kierkegaard, Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and Simone de Beauvoir with respect to their ideas about human development. Martin Adams presents a philosophical and psychological analysis, and critically evaluates the different ways that existential philosophy can illuminate…

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Relativity without Spacetime

Joseph K. Cosgrove

One of the first critical studies on the theory of geometrically merged space and time in Einstein's theory of relativity. Analyzes mathematical representation in physics historically. Applies Jacob Klein's seminal scholarship on the modern symbolic concept of number to a theory of physics.

Springer Nature, Sep 12, 2018 | 61 Rights available

Ethics without Self, Dharma without Atman

Gordon F. Davis

Is unique in its coverage of multiple traditions in the history of philosophy. Addresses the relationship between personal identity and the scope of moral obligation. Is the first book to compare Buddhist philosophical ideas with both ancient and modern Western philosophers. Deals with Nagarjuna, Vasubandhu and Santideva from the combined perspective of analytic ethics and…

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The Nature of Existence

Charlotte Harkness

This textbook explores the relationship between the natural world and psychological well-being. It draws upon a wide context, brings the experience of our existence as part of the wider natural world to the forefront throughout, and relates it to therapy practice in mainstream settings.

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The Extravagance of Music

David Brown, Gavin Hopps

Discusses the power of music, and its ability to convey suggestions of the divine

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Paradox Lost

Michael Huemer

Offers distinctive solutions to the most fascinating philosophical paradoxes. Preserves classical logic and decision theory in solving these perennial questions. Written in Huemer’s famously accessible writing style. Employs the surprising conclusion that most English sentences fail to express propositions.

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The Lean PhD

Julian Kirchherr

This inspiring text is a must-read for prospective and current PhD students who wish to accelerate their careers in academia and beyond.

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Lost Ecstasy

June McDaniel

Argues in favor of returning Religious Studies to the exploration of religious experience, especially ecstatic experience. Written from the perspective of an author who has done fieldwork in non-Western cultures. Includes ecstasy in a variety of contexts, including religion, sexuality, drugs, music, and violence.

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Understanding Religious Violence

James Dingley, Marcello Mollica

* Helps readers understand the religious dimensions of conflicts. * Fills a gap by bringing an understanding of religion and its socio-political role to bear on security issues via a series of case studies. * Multidisciplinary perspectives, from authors across fields and from a variety of different countries.

Springer Nature, Feb 18, 2019 | 62 Rights available

Wissen begreifen

Wolfgang Neuser

* Wissen im Zeitalter des Internet * Eine neue Theorie des Wissens * Historischer Überblick​

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