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Soul (January 2011)
A Cosmology
Joseph Grange - Author

Revives the concept of Soul, urging an understanding of Soul as expression.

Contemporary culture is soulless. A dead concept to contemporary thinkers, “Soul” has been displaced by philosophical and scientific abstractions. Yet, argues Joseph Grange in this timely and thought-provoking book, without Soul we are left defenseless against the negative constructs of our culture; neither matter nor mind, nor...(Read More)
John Dewey, Confucius, and Global Philosophy
John Dewey, Confucius, and Global Philosophy (August 2004)
Joseph Grange - Author
Roger T. Ames - Foreword by

Bringing together the philosophies of John Dewey and Confucius, this work illustrates a means for cultural interaction and provides a model of global philosophy.

Joseph Grange's beautifully written book provides a unique synthesis of two major figures of world philosophy, John Dewey and Confucius, and points the way to a global philosophy based on American and Confucian values. Grange concentrates on the major themes ...(Read More)
Being and Dialectic
Being and Dialectic (July 2000)
Metaphysics as a Cultural Presence
William Desmond - Editor
Joseph Grange - Editor

Diverse voices explore the possibility of doing metaphysics in light of contemporary critiques.

Philosophy without metaphysics is unthinkable, yet there has been much discussion of this--the end of metaphysics, or post-metaphysical thinking. This book takes issue with this proclamation of the end of metaphysics. It offers diverse arguments that metaphysics cannot be put behind us and has its own continuing contribution to the life of h...(Read More)
The City
The City (June 1999)
An Urban Cosmology
Joseph Grange - Author

An environmental philosophy of the contemporary city, this book develops a theory of good urban growth involving both the physical and cultural dimensions of city life.
Continuing the argument of Grange's highly acclaimed Nature, this book develops a theory of good urban growth and development that involves both the physical and the cultural dimensions of city life. The City offers a "Cityscape" that illuminates the central ...(Read More)
Nature (May 1997)
An Environmental Cosmology
Joseph Grange - Author

Provides a set of normative measures to assess the value of nature and proposes the new discipline of foundational ecology as a response to environmental crisis.

A breakthrough analysis of our environmental crisis, this book offers the insights of thinkers such as Plato, Lao-Tzu, Spinoza, and Whitehead to construct a set of concrete measures to estimate the value of nature. Application of these standar...(Read More)
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