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Featured Books

The Last Writings of Thomas S. Kuhn

Incommensurability in Science

Thomas S. Kuhn

How to Think like a Philosopher

Twelve Key Principles for More Humane, Balanced, and Rational Thinking

Julian Baggini


Hegel, Antiblackness, and Political Identity

Rei Terada

Inventing Philosophy’s Other

Phenomenology in America

Jonathan Strassfeld

Don’t Forget to Live

Goethe and the Tradition of Spiritual Exercises

Pierre Hadot

Nietzsche’s Kind of Philosophy

Finding His Way

Richard Schacht

Rome as a Guide to the Good Life

A Philosophical Grand Tour

Scott Samuelson

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