Philosophy: new acquisitions in SOAS Library, June & July 2018

By Mary Fisk|July 31, 2018|Philosophy|

This is a selection of titles received by SOAS Library for the Philosophy collections during June 2018.

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 Comparative and thematic

Being no one : the self-model theory of subjectivity / Thomas Metzinger. –

The feeling of what happens: body, emotion and the making of consciousness / Antonio Damasio. –

The soul hypothesis: investigations into the existence of the soul / edited by Mark C. Baker and Stewart Goetz. –

On the feminist philosophy of Gillian Howie: materialism and mortality / edited by Victoria Browne –

The text as thou: Martin Buber’s dialogical hermeneutics and narrative theology / Steven Kepnes. –

Global ethics: an introduction [2nd edn] / Kimberly Hutchings. –

Why we fight: the cognitive basis for war / Mike Martin –

Seven type of atheism / John Grey –

The ego tunnel: the science of the mind and the myth of the self / Thomas Metzinger –

Bourdieu’s theory of social fields: concepts and applications / edited by Mathieu Hilgers and Eric Mangez. –

Regional and faith-based

Studies in medieval Islamic intellectual traditions / Hassan Ansari and Sabine Schmidtke. –

The Cambridge companion to modern Jewish philosophy / Michael L. Morgan and Peter Eli Gordon. –

Liang Shuming and the populist alternative in China / by Catherine Lynch. –

Nonviolence and holistically environmental ethics: gropings while reading Samayadivākaravāman̲amun̲i on Nīlakēci / S.A. Srinivasan. –


Comparative & thematic

Bourdieu’s field theory and the social sciences / James Albright, Deborah Hartman, Jacqueline Widin, editors. –

The Self Illusion: How the Social Brain Creates Identity / Bruce Hood –

The embodied mind: cognitive science and human experience / Francisco J. Varela, Evan Thompson, and Eleanor Rosch. –

Comparative Studies in Asian and Latin American Philosophies: Cross-Cultural Theories and Methodologies. –

Rethinking Punishment / Leo Zaibert. –

The past within us: an empirical approach to philosophy of history / by Raymond Martin. –

History, empathy and conflict: heroes, victims and victimisers / Philip Towle. –

The Habermas handbook / edited by Hauke Brunkhorst, Regina Kreide, and Cristina Lafont. –

Objects and materials: a Routledge companion / edited by Penny Harvey [and seven others]. –

The beginnings of philosophy in Greece / Maria Michela Sassi; translated by Michele Asuni. –



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