Philosophy & Culture


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  • Cover scan of The Philosophers' Quarrel
    The Philosophers' Quarrel: Rousseau, Hume, And The Limits Of Human Understanding
    Robert Zaretsky - Paperback - Yale University Press
    The rise and spectacular fall of the friendship between the two great philosophers of the 18th century, Jean-Jacques Rousseau & David Hume, reverberated on both sides of the Channel. As the relationship unravelled, rancorous letters were fired off, then quickly published & devoured by aristocrats, intellectuals & common readers alike.
  • Cover scan of Power Play
    Power Play: Sport, The Media And Popular Culture
    Raymond Boyle - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    'Power Play' examines the link between three key obsessions of the 20th century: sport, media and popular culture. It covers a wide range of sports and issues, with a particular emphasis on sport and identity.
  • Cover scan of Philosophy And Love
    Philosophy And Love: From Plato To Popular Culture
    Linnell Secomb - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    'Philosophy and Love' introduces the history of philosophical reflections on love and courtly, rationalist, romantic, modern, postmodern and feminist conceptions. It explores what is meant by Plantonic love, discusses the influence of homoerotics, and raises the question of the 'other' in the love relation.
  • Cover scan of Philosophy Of Mind A-Z
    Philosophy Of Mind A-Z
    Marina Rakova - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    'Philosophy of Mind A-Z' contains entries on historical and contemporary key figures, explaining the importance of the longstanding debates and how the contemporary field has been shaped.
  • Cover scan of The Philosophy Of David Hume
    The Philosophy Of David Hume
    Norman Kemp Smith - Paperback - Palgrave Macmillan
    Long regarded as a classic text by scholars in the field, this edition has been updated with a new introduction which places the book in its contemporary context, as well as making the case for its continuing importance in the field of Hume scholarship.