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Catalog Titles

Modern and Postmodern

    When the House Burns Down
    Collective Memory and the Historical Past
    The Arc of Love
    A Philosophy of Simple Living
    The Saint and the Atheist
    Street Life and Morals
    Serious Larks
    Nietzsche’s Journey to Sorrento
    Václav Havel’s Meanings
    Geschlecht III
    Life Death
    Perjury and Pardon, Volume I
    Theory and Practice
    Being Me Being You
    Wrong-Doing, Truth-Telling
    Nietzsche’s Enlightenment
    André Gorz
    Hegel, Heidegger, and the Ground of History
    Nietzsche’s Final Teaching
    Richard Rorty
    Faith in the World
    Søren Kierkegaard
    Of Bridges
    The Virtues of Disillusionment
    The Aesthetics of Meaning and Thought
    The Actual and the Rational
    How We Became Our Data
    What a Philosopher Is
    Arthur Schopenhauer
    Party Fun with Kant
    A Fragile Life
    A Significant Life
    What is Nietzsche’s Zarathustra?
    The Rabbit Between Us
    Revolution of the Ordinary
    Pragmatism’s Evolution
    Philosophy en noir
    Filmed Thought
    Hegel’s Realm of Shadows
    The Philosophical Hitchcock
    Decay and Afterlife
    Kant and Phenomenology
    The Idea of Hegel’s "Science of Logic"
    The Deepest Human Life
    Seven Ways of Looking at Pointless Suffering
    Untying Things Together
    The Family Idiot
    Occasional Philosophical Writings
    On Camus
    On Merleau-Ponty
    On Modern Art
    On Revolution
    Post-War Reflections
    Venice and Rome
    Nietzsche’s Kind of Philosophy
    Heidegger’s De(con)struction of Metaphysics
    Tomorrow the Manifold
    Nietzsche’s Earth
    Martin Heidegger
    Against Nihilism
    Faust, Romantic Irony, and System
    Inventing Philosophy’s Other
    Leo Strauss on Hegel
    Understanding Animals
    The Opening of the American Mind
    Phenomenal Blackness
    The Daily Henry David Thoreau
    Apocalypse of Truth
    Henry David Thoreau
    The Sea as Mirror
    Hegel’s Theory of Intelligibility
    The Subversive Simone Weil
    A Different Order of Difficulty

    Philosophy and Religion

      The Kingdom and the Garden
      The Abyss or Life Is Simple
      With the World at Heart
      Profaning Paul
      Gershom Scholem
      Don’t Forget to Live
      Forming Humanity
      Secret Body
      The Superhumanities
      A Brief Apology for a Catholic Moment
      Hermann Cohen
      The Varieties of Atheism
      Rousseau’s God
      Maimonides’ "Guide of the Perplexed" in Translation
      Abiding Grace
      Seeing Silence

      Early Modern and Medieval Philosophy

        Blaise Pascal
        The Complete Works
        Cartesian Poetics
        Spinoza and the Cunning of Imagination
        Spinoza and the Politics of Renaturalization

        Classical Philosophy

          Aristotle’s "Art of Rhetoric"
          Sophistry and Political Philosophy
          How Socrates Became Socrates
          Reason and Character
          Socrates Founding Political Philosophy in Xenophon’s "Economist", "Symposium", and "Apology"
          The Socratic Way of Life
          The Pocket Epicurean
          The Pocket Stoic
          Leo Strauss on Plato’s "Protagoras"

          Political and Social Philosophy

            America’s Philosopher
            The Human Condition
            Against Fairness
            Digital Technology and Democratic Theory
            Torture and Dignity
            Wildlife as Property Owners
            Confronting Totalitarian Minds
            Dreaming of Justice, Waking to Wisdom
            Thought under Threat
            On the Spirit of Rights
            The Ethics of Oneness
            Shades of Black
            Slices and Lumps
            Jane Addams’s Evolutionary Theorizing
            The Challenge of Nietzsche
            "Discourse and Truth" and "Parresia"
            The Liberalism of Care
            Rousseau, Nietzsche, and the Image of the Human
            To Live Is to Resist
            Critical Terms for Animal Studies
            Conventional Realism and Political Inquiry
            Value, Conflict, and Order
            Hannah Arendt
            Critique of Freedom
            The Participant
            Wild Thought
            The Weimar Origins of Rhetorical Inquiry
            When Spinoza Met Marx
            A Decent Life
            Sovereignty, Inc.
            The Chattering Mind
            Political Philosophy and the Challenge of Revealed Religion
            Justice Is an Option
            Politics for Everybody
            Living in Problematicity
            An Education in Judgment
            African American Political Thought
            A Philosopher’s Economist
            The Return of Resentment
            Modern Philosophies of the Will
            The Place of the Symbolic
            Reading Marx
            Rousseau’s Reader
            Spare the Rod
            Hobbes’s Kingdom of Light
            Leo Strauss on Political Philosophy
            Toward "Natural Right and History"
            Action versus Contemplation
            Can a Liberal be a Chief? Can a Chief be a Liberal?


              Experimenting the Human
              Mood and Trope
              A Defense of Judgment
              Sonic Flux
              Process and Aesthetics
              Artful Truths
              Thinking Out of Sight
              The Pensive Image
              Theory of Form
              On Obliteration
              Sound and Affect
              Improvising Improvisation
              Philosophy by Other Means
              Two Thumbs Up
              Georg Simmel
              An Unnatural Attitude

              Philosophy of Science

                Beyond Weird
                Theory and Reality
                The Last Writings of Thomas S. Kuhn
                Information and Experimental Knowledge
                Idealization and the Aims of Science
                The Whale and the Reactor
                When Maps Become the World

                Language, Logic, and Cognition

                  The Truth about Language
                  Madness, Language, Literature
                  Truth and Veridicality in Grammar and Thought
                  Battle in the Mind Fields
                  Revisiting the Essential Indexical
                  Studies in Language and Information
                  The Evolution of Pragmatism in India
                  John Venn

                  General Philosophy

                    The Book of Minds
                    How Slavoj Became Žižek
                    The Copy Generic
                    The Ashtray
                    Practice, Power, and Forms of Life
                    After Parmenides
                    A Philosophy of Lying
                    Apropos of Something
                    The Idea of World
                    What Is Time?

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