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We are pleased to present our Q&A session with David E. Cooper, author of the recently published Animals and Misanthropy. David is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Durham University, UK. He has been a Visiting Professor at universities in several countries, including the USA and Sri Lanka. His many books include The Measure of Things: Humanism, Humility and Mystery, A Philosophy of Gardens, Convergence with Nature: A Daoist Perspective, and Senses of Mystery: Engaging with Nature and the Meaning of Life.
The History of the Philosophy of Mind is a major six-volume reference collection, covering the key topics, thinkers and debates within philosophy of mind, from Antiquity to the present day. Each volume is edited by a leading scholar in the field and comprises chapters written by an international team of specially commissioned contributors.
The Ethics of War and Peace is a lively introduction to one of the oldest but still most relevant ethical debates. In this interview, author Helen Frowe discusses some of the key questions the book raises.
Part of The Ethics of... series, The Ethics of Global Poverty by Scott Wisor offers a thorough introduction to the ethical issues surrounding global poverty. We interviewed the author to find out more about the book and the questions it tackles.
Two Routledge authors recently debated the psychology of religious belief on The Big Conversation. Discover their books below and save 20% with discount code AT509!
3:AM Magazine interviews Roman Altshuler about his new book Time and the Philosophy of Action, and his interest in the relation of time to action and agency.
Liberals, conservatives have more in common than they think