Advances a hermeneutic conception of truth as a mode of being, in dialogue with Aristotle, Nietzsche, Gadamer, Heidegger, Putnam, and Rorty.
What does it mean to say that something is true? In this book Gaetano Chiurazzi argues that when we say that something is true, we do not say something merely about a state of affairs, but also about ourselves. Truth is not just the fact of “what is out there,” but a mode of exi...(Read More)
The Quest for Purpose
The Collegiate Search for a Meaningful Life Perry L. Glanzer - Author Jonathan P. Hill - Author Byron R. Johnson - Author
Adventures in Phenomenology
Gaston Bachelard Eileen Rizo-Patron - Editor Edward S. Casey - Editor Jason M. Wirth - Editor
Repositions Bachelard as a critical and integral part of contemporary continental philosophy.
Like Schelling before him and Deleuze and Guattari after him, Gaston Bachelard made major philosophical contributions to the advancement of science and the arts. In addition to being a mathematician and epistemologist whose influential work in the philosophy of science is still being absorbed, Bachelard was also one of the most innovativ...(Read More)
Federico Vercellone - Author Sarah De Sanctis - Translator
Traces the decline of beauty as an ideal from early German romanticism to the twentieth century.
The American abstract expressionist painter Barnett Newman famously declared in 1948 that the impulse of modern art is to destroy beauty. Not long after that, Andy Warhol was reconciling the world of art with the world of everyday life, painting soup cans and soda bottles. In this book, Federico Vercellone provides an account of the ...(Read More)
The Phenomenology of Social Encounters Luna Dolezal - Editor Danielle Petherbridge - Editor