Philosophy: new acquisitions April & May 2017

By Mary Fisk|June 8, 2017|Philosophy|

This is a selection of titles received by SOAS Library for the Philosophy collections during April and May 2017.

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 Comparative and thematic

God: a brief philosophical introduction / K.H.A. Esmail. –

A history of Pythagoreanism / edited by Carl A. Huffman. –

Anti-Badiou: the introduction of Maoism into philosophy / François Laruelle ; translated by Robin Mackay –

Principles of non-philosophy / by François Laruelle –

Althusser’s lesson / Jacques Rancière; translated by Emiliano Battista – ttps://

Twilight of history / Shlomo Sand; translated by David Fernbach. –



The Islamic Enlightenment: the modern struggle between faith and reason / Christopher De Bellaigue. –

An introduction to Indian philosophy / Roy W. Perrett. –



Hegel, the end of history, and the future / Eric Michael Dale. –

Does history make sense? : Hegel on the historical shapes of justice / Terry Pinkard. –

From communism to capitalism: theory of a catastrophe / Michel Henry ; translated by Scott Davidson. –

Religion and European Philosophy: Key Thinkers from Kant to Žižek / Philip Goodchild –

Decolonizing the westernized university: interventions in philosophy of education from within and without / edited by Ramón Grosfoguel, Roberto Hernández, Ernesto Rosen Velásquez. –

Translation and the nature of philosophy: a new theory of words / by Andrew Benjamin. –

Religion, truth, and social transformation: essays in reformational philosophy / Lambert Zuidervaart. –

Character / Jay R. Elliott. –

Poetry and revelation: for a phenomenology of religious poetry / Kevin Hart. –

Trust, ethics, and human reason / by Olli Lagerspetz. –

Understanding Wittgenstein, understanding modernism / edited by Anat Matar.-


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