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Kant for Beginners. The Categorical Imperative

A Reading Introduction.

Kant and Nietzsche - everyone knows that they are two famous German philosophers. Some may perhaps remember Kant in connection with 'Enlightenment' or know that Nietzsche was insane at the end of his life, having propagated the super-human.

However, few people have read Kant or ...
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Kant for Beginners. Critique of Pure Reason

A Reading Introduction.

Kant and Nietzsche - everyone knows that they are two famous German philosophers. Some may perhaps remember Kant in connection with 'Enlightenment' or know that Nietzsche was insane at the end of his life, having propagated the super-human.

However, few people have read Kant or ...
Rights sold: Italy, Korea

Philosophy for Beginners

from Socrates to Sartre

The title speaks for itself: this book offers a lucid and accessible summary of the history of Western philosophy from the pre-Socratics all the way up to the 20 th century. Conceived as a chronological encyclopaedia, the book proffers a synthesis of the subject, its history and terminology.


Kant For Beginners - The Critique of Judgment

A Reading Introduction

The beautiful and the sublime, perception and art and the development of judgment in questions of taste are at the centre of this final and particularly complex Kantian work. In this guide to Kant's third philosophical masterpiece, Ralph Ludwig offers the readers careful assistance which will ...


Pre-Socratic Thought for Beginners

This volume takes us back to the beginnings of western philosophy - to the time from the 7th century until the 4th century BC, introducing the philosophers before Socrates and the sophists, some of whom were contemporaries of the great Greek himself.

Thales of Miletus is the principle ...

Hegel for Beginners. The Phenomenology of the Mind

A Reading Introduction.

According to Ralf Ludwig, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770 - 1831) perfected German idealism and drafted the most comprehensive and homogeneous system of German philosophy. His most prominent student was Karl Marx, and his most famous work is the 'Phänomenologie des Geistes', written in 1807.

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Ikigai

Finding the Meaning of Life in the Everyday. A Practical Guidebook

An internal treasure there for the taking

Ikigai: this resonant Japanese term stands for the joy that comes with finding meaning in life and consequently concentrating on the things that are truly worthwhile. Research shows that those with high ikigai levels not only lead a more ...

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In Search of Understanding

A History of Female Thinkers

If you open any ordinary history of philosophy, you will be left with the impression that thinking is an exclusively male prerogative. And you'd have a hard time finding any traces of female philosophers. Yet they did exist, and not just in recent times, when women were allowed to enter the realms ...

A Passion for Thought

The lives and times of eight great female philosophers

Philosophy is generally considered an exclusively male domain. The great minds portrayed in this book prove that this is by no means the case. The stories of these women take us on a journey from the Middle Ages to the present day. Their determined single-mindedness and great passion for ...


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