Philosophy

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  1. Book ImageDoing Ethics: Moral Reasoning, Theory, and Contemporary Issues

    Lewis Vaughn

    Fifth Edition

    Teaches students how to actively apply moral reasoning.More

  2. Book ImageThe Prince: A Norton Critical Edition

    Niccolò Machiavelli, Wayne A. Rebhorn

    Third Edition

    “A highly-readable translation and very inclusive selection of critical responses, making this the best edition of the text for an undergraduate readership.”  —Christian M. Billing, University of Hull  “It is quite thorough for one semester, and bears up well for ongoing study. This is a very well-thought-out concept for such a seminal work.  It more than meets the requirements for my upper-level undergraduate courses.”  —Jeff Steele, Principia CollegeMore

  3. Book ImageThe Norton Introduction to Philosophy

    Gideon Rosen, Alex Byrne, Joshua Cohen, Et Al.

    Second Edition

    Philosophy made accessible for introductory students.More

  4. Book ImagePoetics

    David Gorman, Michelle Zerba, Aristotle, Et Al.

    This Norton Critical Edition of the world’s first major work of literary criticism is based on James Hutton’s translation, long acclaimed for its accuracy and clarity. The text and accompanying explanatory and glossarial notes represent the work of the accomplished Hellenists James Hutton and Michelle Zerba.More

  5. Book ImageFrom Bacteria to Bach and Back: The Evolution of Minds

    Daniel C. Dennett

    “[The] best scientific-philosophical approach to understanding how consciousness evolved.… A wonderful book that will shape and drive thinking for years to come.”—Shane O’Mara, Times Higher EducationMore

  6. Book ImageTo Fight Against This Age: On Fascism and Humanism

    Rob Riemen

    “This is a book for people who want the West to regain its moral high ground, and who want to think hard about how to help achieve that.” —Anne ApplebaumMore

  7. Book ImageAn Introduction to Moral Philosophy

    Jonathan Wolff

    Stimulate independent thought with this brief introduction to ethics.More

  8. Book ImageReadings in Moral Philosophy

    Jonathan Wolff

    Diverse and inclusive, with plenty of student supportMore

  9. Book ImageNow: The Physics of Time

    Richard A. Muller

    From the celebrated author of the best-selling Physics for Future Presidents comes “a provocative, strongly argued book on the fundamental nature of time” (Lee Smolin).More

  10. Book ImageModern Ethics in 77 Arguments: A Stone Reader

    Peter Catapano, Simon Critchley

    A necessary companion to the acclaimed Stone Reader, Modern Ethics in 77 Arguments is a landmark collection for contemporary ethical thought.More

  11. Book ImageThe Dream of Enlightenment: The Rise of Modern Philosophy

    Anthony Gottlieb

    Anthony Gottlieb’s landmark The Dream of Reason and its sequel challenge Bertrand Russell’s classic as the definitive history of Western philosophy.More

  12. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Western Philosophy: After Kant: VOLUME 1: THE INTERPRETIVE TRADITION; VOLUME 2: THE ANALYTIC TRADITION

    Richard Schacht, James Conant, Jay R. Elliott

    Volume(s): Two volume package

    The new standard anthology of nineteenth and twentieth century philosophy.More

  13. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Western Philosophy: After Kant

    Richard Schacht, James Conant, Jay R. Elliott

    Volume(s): Volume 2: The Analytic Tradition

    The new standard anthology of nineteenth and twentieth century philosophy.More

  14. Book ImageThe Norton Anthology of Western Philosophy: After Kant

    Richard Schacht, James Conant, Jay R. Elliott

    Volume(s): Volume 1: The Interpretive Tradition

    The new standard anthology of nineteenth and twentieth century philosophy.More

  15. Book ImageThe Internet of Us: Knowing More and Understanding Less in the Age of Big Data

    Michael P. Lynch

    "An intelligent book that struggles honestly with important questions: Is the net turning us into passive knowers? Is it degrading our ability to reason? What can we do about this?" —David Weinberger, Los Angeles Review of BooksMore

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