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The Quotable Kierkegaard
Edited by Gordon Marino
“The Quotable Kierkegaard serves equally well as an introduction or a reference book. There is no better way to
sample the unique favor of Kierkegaard’s thought. And if you ever need a quotation for a speech or a sermon,
for an epigraph or an epitaph, for a dedication or a denunciation, you’re sure to fnd a striking one here.”
—David Lodge, author of Small World, Therapy, and other novels
“This book is the best of two worlds: a rich collection of quotations from Kierkegaard that also provides a quick
introduction to the central core of his thinking.”
—Alastair Hannay, author of Kierkegaard: A Biography
The father of existentialism, Søren Kierkegaard (1813–1855) was a philosopher who could write like an angel.
With only a sentence or two, he could plumb the depths of the human spirit. In this collection of some 800
quotations, the reader will fnd dazzling bon mots next to words of life-changing power. Drawing from the
authoritative Princeton editions of Kierkegaard’s writings, this book presents a broad selection of his wit and
wisdom, as well as a stimulating introduction to his life and work.
Organized by topic, this volume covers notable Kierkegaardian
concerns such as anxiety, despair, existence, irony, and the
absurd, but also erotic love, the press, busyness, and the comic.
Here readers will encounter both well-known quotations (“Life
must be understood backward. But then one forgets the other
principle, that it must be lived forward”) and obscure ones
(“Beware false prophets who come to you in wolves’ clothing
but inwardly are sheep—i.e., the phrasemongers”). Those
who spend time in these pages will discover the writer who
said, “my grief is my castle,” but who also taught that “the best
defense against hypocrisy is love.”
Illuminating and delightful, this engaging book also pro-
vides a substantial portrait of one of the most influential of
modern thinkers.
2013. 304 pages. 19 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-15530-2 $24.95 | £16.95
“[W]hy I so much prefer autumn to spring is
that in the autumn one looks at heaven—in
the spring at the earth.”
JN, vol. 1, Journal DD: 74, p. 236
“But if the self does not become itself, it is in
despair, whether it knows that or not.”
SUD, p. 30
—Søren Kierkegaard
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22 History of Philosophy
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Would You Kill the Fat Man?
The Trolley Problem and What Your Answer Tells Us about Right and Wrong
David Edmonds
“Lucid, witty, and beautifully written, this book is a pleasure to read. While
providing an introduction to moral philosophy, it also presents engaging
portraits of some of the greatest moral philosophers from Thomas Aquinas
to the present day, and it makes the case for the relevance to ethics of the
new experimental moral psychology. It is a tour de force.”
—Kwame Anthony Appiah, author of The Honor Code: How Moral
Revolutions Happen
“Dave Edmonds has a remarkable knack for weaving the threads of phil-
osophical debates into an engaging story. Would You Kill the Fat Man? is a
stimulating introduction to some key ethical issues and philosophers.”
—Peter Singer, author of The Life You Can Save
A runaway train is racing toward fve men who are tied to the track. Unless
the train is stopped, it will inevitably kill all fve men. You are standing on
a footbridge looking down on the unfolding disaster. However, a fat man,
a stranger, is standing next to you: if you push him of the bridge, he will
topple onto the line and, although he will die, his chunky body will stop the train, saving fve lives. Would you
kill the fat man?
The question may seem bizarre. But it’s one variation of a puzzle that has bafed moral philosophers for
almost half a century and that more recently has come to preoccupy neuroscientists, psychologists, and
other thinkers as well. In this book, David Edmonds, coauthor of the best-selling Wittgenstein’s Poker, tells the
riveting story of why and how philosophers have struggled with this ethical dilemma, sometimes called the
trolley problem. In the process, he provides an entertaining and informative tour through the history of moral
philosophy. Most people feel it’s wrong to kill the fat man. But why? After all, in taking one life you could save
fve. As Edmonds shows, answering the question is far more complex—and important—than it frst appears.
In fact, how we answer it tells us a great deal about right and wrong.
2013. 240 pages. 10 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-15402-2 $19.95 | £13.95
Forthcoming
The Soul of the World
Roger Scruton
“This is a wonderful and in many places beautiful work; closely argued,
though best read not as an argument but as a genuine ‘turning for home’ on
the part of a learned and deeply thoughtful man, who ofers us hard-won
insights as he fxes his gaze on our fnal end.”
—Mark Johnston, Princeton University
“This is a rich and highly sensitive book, which engages the reader on many
levels, and which approaches religion not doctrinally, but via the full range
of human sensibility, especially moral and aesthetic, and our capacities for
seeing the world not just in terms of impersonal scientifc structures, but in
deeply personal terms. Finely written and argued, the book is philosophically
sophisticated yet accessible.”
—John Cottingham, Heythrop College London and University of Reading
May 2014. 248 pages. 5 halftones. 5 musical examples.
Cl: 978-0-691-16157-0 $27.95 | £19.95
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Mirror, Mirror
The Uses and Abuses of Self-Love
Simon Blackburn
“A wise, witty, and rewarding read.”
—Patricia S. Churchland, author of Touching a Nerve: The Self as Brain
“A lively philosophical commentary on a topic of immediate cultural concern, Mirror, Mirror
presents a biting critique of narcissism and other vices of the overinfated self. Simon Blackburn
brings the issues to life with his customary irreverence and energy: he’s alert to their moral and
cultural signifcance, has a keen eye for the ridiculous, and wears his learning lightly.”
—Rae Langton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Everyone deplores narcissism, especially in others. The vain are by turns annoying or absurd,
ofending us whether they are blissfully oblivious or proudly aware of their behavior. But are
narcissism and vanity really as bad as they seem? Can we avoid them even if we try? In Mirror,
Mirror, Simon Blackburn, the author of such best-selling philosophy books as Think, Being
Good, and Lust, says that narcissism, vanity, pride, and self-esteem are more complex than they
frst appear and have innumerable good and bad forms. Drawing on philosophy, psychology,
literature, history, and popular culture, Blackburn ofers an enlightening and entertaining
exploration of self-love, from the myth of Narcissus and the Christian story of the Fall to today’s
self-esteem industry.
A sparkling mixture of learning, humor, and style,
Mirror, Mirror examines what great thinkers have
said about self-love—from Aristotle, Cicero, and
Erasmus to Rousseau, Adam Smith, Kant, and
Iris Murdoch. It considers today’s “me”-related
obsessions, such as the “selfe,” plastic surgery, and
cosmetic enhancements, and refects on connect-
ed phenomena such as the fatal commodifcation
of social life and the tragic overconfdence of
George W. Bush and Tony Blair. Ultimately, Mirror,
Mirror shows why self-regard is a necessary and
healthy part of life. But it also suggests that we
have lost the ability to distinguish—let alone
strike a balance—between good and bad forms of
self-concern.
March 2014. 248 pages. 1 table.
Cl: 978-0-691-16142-6 $24.95 | £16.95
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New
Lectures on the History of Moral and
Political Philosophy
G. A. Cohen
Edited by Jonathan Wolf
“This collection of lectures—erudite,
demanding, and precise, yet funny and
accessible—captures Jerry Cohen’s in-
imitable voice and sparkling brilliance.
Whether discussing Plato, Locke, Marx,
or Nietzsche, Cohen guides the reader
through the historical context while
rejuvenating its urgency by interweav-
ing modern political concepts. Cohen’s
rare approach—combining charitable
interpretation, intellectual honesty,
analytical clarity, and a love of teach-
ing—exemplifes how to treat historical
texts as contemporary interlocutors.”
—Seana Shifrin, UCLA School of Law
“These essays demonstrate brilliantly Cohen’s intellectual commitment
to going naked into the debating chamber. Arguments are broken
down, reconstructed, analyzed, and evaluated with such perspicuity that
readers can pinpoint precisely where their own judgments diverge from
Cohen’s, while being challenged to match his standards in responding.”
—David Owen, University of Southampton
G. A. Cohen was one of the leading political philosophers of recent times.
He frst came to wide attention in 1978 with the prize-winning book Karl
Marx’s Theory of History: A Defence. In subsequent decades his published
writings largely turned away from the history of philosophy, focusing
instead on equality, freedom, and justice. However, throughout his career
he regularly lectured on a wide range of moral and political philosophers
of the past. This volume collects these previously unpublished lectures.
Starting with a chapter centered on Plato, but also discussing the
pre-Socratics as well as Aristotle, the book moves to social contract
theory as discussed by Hobbes, Locke, and Hume, and then continues
with chapters on Kant, Hegel, and Nietzsche. The book also contains
some previously published but uncollected papers on Hobbes, Kant, and
Marx, among other fgures. The collection concludes with a memoir of
Cohen written by the volume editor, Jonathan Wolf, who was a student
of Cohen’s.
A hallmark of the lectures is Cohen’s engagement with the thinkers he
discusses. Rather than simply trying to render their thought accessible
to the modern reader, he tests whether their arguments and positions
are clear, sound, and free from contradiction. Throughout, he homes in
on central issues and provides fresh approaches to the philosophers he
examines. Ultimately, these lectures teach us not only about some of the
great thinkers in the history of moral and political philosophy, but also
about one of the great thinkers of our time: Cohen himself.
2013. 376 pages. 1 line illus. 7 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-14900-4 $35.00 | £24.95
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Also by G. A. Cohen
Finding Oneself in
the Other
Edited by Michael Otsuka
“These essays show the existential
urgency that was central to Jerry
Cohen’s aura, generating instant
friendships with total strangers and
giving his writing a lifelong intensity.”
—Marshall Berman, City College of
New York
2012. 240 pages. 1 line illus. 1 table.
Pa: 978-0-691-14881-6 $22.95 | £15.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14880-9 $85.00 | £59.00
On the Currency of
Egalitarian Justice, and
Other Essays in
Political Philosophy
Edited by Michael Otsuka
“Cohen’s essays reveal a wonderful
mind in search of the fundamental
truths about justice. Here you have
the mix of clarity and depth that
marks philosophy at its apex.”
—Joshua Cohen, Stanford University
2011. 288 pages. 4 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-14871-7 $25.95 | £17.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14870-0 $95.00 | £65.00
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Forthcoming
Essays and Reviews
1959–2002
Bernard Williams
Foreword by Michael Wood
“This collection is the work of an exceptional
thinker—an insightful philosopher who
was also an acute observer of the world.
Williams has a virtually unerring eye for the
specious, for the concealed premise, and for
overblown rhetoric, which he brings to light
with a mordant wit, tinged at times with a
wry sympathy for his target.”
—Charles Taylor, McGill University
“One of the foremost twentieth-century phi-
losophers, Bernard Williams was also an acute
critic of contemporary thought and letters. This
well-chosen collection of essays and reviews
is packed with arguments and insights, ranging across topics as diverse as
the logic of abortion and whether the idea of God has any meaning. Richly
enjoyable as well as consistently illuminating, this will be a feast of ideas for
all who care about the intellectual condition of the culture.”
—John Gray, professor emeritus, London School of Economics
February 2014. 456 pages. 1 halftone.
Cl: 978-0-691-15985-0 $35.00 | £24.95
Forthcoming
A World without Why
Raymond Geuss
“The impressively bleak view of the world
presented so elegantly in these essays puts in
question some widely shared agreements—
about politics, ethics, clarity and truthfulness,
the tragic. The artfulness of these essays is
that the style of Geuss’s questioning is as
subversive as the subject matter.”
—Alasdair MacIntyre, author of After Virtue
“A World without Why is a fascinating collec-
tion of essays by one of the most original,
witty, profound, passionate, and erudite
philosophers alive today.”
—Wendy Brown, author of Walled States,
Waning Sovereignty
February 2014. 320 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15588-3 $39.50 | £27.95
New
Moral Perception
Robert Audi
“This book defends the most
illuminating and novel theory
of moral perception to date. In
making a case for objectivity in
ethics, Robert Audi insightfully
explores the relations between
moral perception, intuition, emo-
tion, and imagination. His clear
and engaging style, and his use
of many examples to explain and
illuminate the key distinctions and
ideas, makes the book accessible
to students, while its substantial
contribution to ethical theory
makes it a must-read for experts.”
—Mark Timmons, University of
Arizona
“I don’t know of any other work
in recent years that has examined
moral perception so thoroughly
or with such epistemological
sophistication. Audi’s book makes
an important contribution to the
unduly neglected feld of moral
epistemology, and it should interest
a broad philosophical audience.”
—Noah Lemos, College of William
and Mary
Soochow University Lectures in Philosophy
2013. 200 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15648-4 $35.00 | £24.95
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Why Tolerate Religion?
Brian Leiter
“This is a provocative and bracing essay, one
that is bound to stimulate much discussion.”
—Richard Kraut, Northwestern University
“Think you understand religious toleration?
Think again. Brian Leiter’s bracing argument
moves deftly from the classics of political
philosophy to the riddles of modern case
law, demolishing old nostrums and sowing
fresh insights with each step. Every reader
will learn something from this remarkable
book, and, beginning now, every serious
scholar of religious toleration will have to
contend with Leiter’s bold claims.”
—Christopher L. Eisgruber, Princeton University
2012. 208 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15361-2 $24.95 | £16.95
New
Aristotle
His Life and School
Carlo Natali
Edited by D. S. Hutchinson
“What was it like for Aristotle to be
a foreigner in Athens? What did
it take for him to found a school
independent of his friends? What
happened in his classroom? And
what was it like to adopt philos-
ophy as an aristocratic lifestyle?
Carlo Natali’s highly readable
biography of Aristotle brings to life
a very complex subject. Natali ac-
knowledges the merits of Jaeger’s
great biography of the philosopher,
but I would now recommend
Natali’s even more highly.”
—Richard Sorabji, Wolfson College,
University of Oxford
“This is the best account of
Aristotle’s life in print. Carlo Natali
has given us a critical biography at
once truly authoritative and highly
accessible—a rare achievement.
At the same time, his lucid and
compelling narrative ofers a dis-
tinctive view of the raison d’être of
Aristotle’s school. There is nothing
else of anything like the same
stature in English that one could
recommend either to students
or scholars—and this book will
appeal to both.”
—Malcolm Schofeld, professor
emeritus, University of Cambridge
2013. 240 pages. 1 line illus. 2 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-09653-7 $29.95 | £19.95
The translation of this work has been funded
in part by SEPS—Segretariato Europeo per le
Pubblicazioni Scientifche.
New
How We Hope
A Moral Psychology
Adrienne M. Martin
“Hope is an important yet recently
neglected philosophical topic. Hope
plays a central role in our daily plans, and
in the ways we face upheaval, illness,
and loss. But is hope rational? Does it do
any good? Martin’s fresh look at these
questions is insightful, rigorously and
resourcefully argued, and genuinely illu-
minating. A further strength is the book’s
serious engagement with Kant, Hume, and
other historical thinkers.” 
—Martha C. Nussbaum, University of
Chicago
2014. 168 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15152-6 $35.00 | £24.95
Forthcoming
Aboutness
Stephen Yablo
“This is an excellent book. Aboutness is highly original and represents a major
contribution to metaphysics and the philosophy of language.”
—Thomas Hofweber, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Written by one of today’s leading philosophers, Aboutness represents a
major advance in semantics and the philosophy of language.
Carl G. Hempel Lecture Series
June 2014. 288 pages. 5 line illus. 3 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-14495-5 $45.00 | £30.95
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Forthcoming
Analytic Philosophy in America
And Other Historical and Contemporary Essays
Scott Soames
“This is a very good collection of philosophical essays—probably as
good as any currently being published anywhere by anyone.”
—Gilbert Harman, Princeton University
In this collection of recent and unpublished essays, leading analytic
philosopher Scott Soames traces milestones in his feld from its begin-
nings in Britain and Germany in the late nineteenth and early twenti-
eth century, through its subsequent growth in the United States, up to
its present as the world’s most vigorous philosophical tradition.
April 2014. 376 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-16072-6 $45.00 | £30.95
Also by Scott Soames
Forthcoming
The Analytic Tradition in Philosophy, Volume 1
The Founding Giants
“This is an incredibly rewarding book. The range of topics and level
of detail are breathtaking. Soames is very skilled at turning the prose
of other philosophers into clear, precise, and logically transparent
arguments. Over and over again he takes an unfltered passage and
turns it into a numbered sequence of premises and conclusion. . . . This
volume will be a great pedagogical tool, both as a classroom text and
as a reference.”
—Peter Hanks, University of Minnesota
This is the frst of fve volumes of a defnitive history of analytic phi-
losophy from the invention of modern logic in 1879 to the end of the
twentieth century. Scott Soames, a leading philosopher of language
and historian of analytic philosophy, provides the fullest and most
detailed account of the analytic tradition yet published, one that is
unmatched in its chronological range, topics covered, and depth of
treatment. Focusing on the major milestones and distinguishing them
from the dead ends, Soames gives a seminal account of where the
analytic tradition has been and where it appears to be heading.
March 2014. 680 pages. 7 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-16002-3 $55.00 | £37.95
What Is Meaning?
“This is a highly original book from a
major fgure in the philosophy of lan-
guage. Scott Soames approaches classic
problems about intentionality and the
unity of the proposition in a new way. The
writing and argumentation are admirably
clear and straightforward, and there are
careful historical discussions.”
—Robert Stalnaker, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
Soochow University Lectures in Philosophy
2012. 144 pages. 30 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-15639-2 $19.95 | £13.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14640-9 $37.50 | £26.95
Logic
The Laws of Truth
Nicholas J. J. Smith
“Smith’s book combines accessibili-
ty with comprehensiveness in a way
that I have not found in other texts.
It is very readable and well paced,
but does not sacrifce precision.
Difcult issues aren’t glossed over
or skipped, but are introduced at a
gentle pace for novice logicians. As
a teacher of logic, I see real benefts
in Smith’s approach.”
—Jennifer Duke-Yonge, Macquarie
University, Australia
Logic is essential to correct reasoning
and also has important theoretical
applications in philosophy, computer
science, linguistics, and mathematics.
This book provides an exception-
ally clear introduction to classical
logic, with a unique approach that
emphasizes both the hows and
whys of logic. Here Nicholas Smith
thoroughly covers the formal tools
and techniques of logic while also
imparting a deeper understanding
of their underlying rationales and
broader philosophical signifcance. In
addition, this is the only introduction
to logic available today that presents
all the major forms of proof—trees,
natural deduction in all its major
variants, axiomatic proofs, and
sequent calculus.
Logic is the ideal textbook for under-
graduates and graduate students
seeking a comprehensive and acces-
sible introduction to the subject.
2012. 544 pages. 80 line illus. 90 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-15163-2 $49.50 | £34.95
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New
On the Muslim Question
Anne Norton
“This is an extraordinary book—an impas-
sioned, astute, and erudite critique that
strongly refutes the ‘clash of civilizations’
rhetoric and the stereotypes shaping
contemporary discussions of Muslims in the
West. It further proposes a concrete alterna-
tive vision of democracy in diverse societies.
The argument is original and sophisticated
and the writing is beautiful.”
—Joan W. Scott, Institute for Advanced Study
The Public Square
2013. 288 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15704-7 $24.95 | £16.95
New
Redeeming The Prince
The Meaning of
Machiavelli’s Masterpiece
Maurizio Viroli
“In this absolutely important
book, Maurizio Viroli addresses the
main points of controversy over
Machiavelli’s Prince and provides a
new, global interpretation of this
masterpiece of the Italian Renais-
sance. A work of serious, original
scholarship, Viroli’s book also
gives a clear, simple, and coherent
explanation of Machiavelli’s work
for general readers.”
—Jean-Jacques Marchand,
professor emeritus, University of
Lausanne, Switzerland
2013. 208 pages. 14 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-16001-6 $26.95 | £18.95
New
Niccolò Machiavelli
An Intellectual Biography
Corrado Vivanti
Translated by Simon MacMichael
“This is a very readable and reliable guide
to Machiavelli’s life and thought from a
distinguished editor of the Florentine’s
works. Providing far more comprehensive
coverage than any other short guide, this
book presents an informative account of all
of Machiavelli’s writings, and handles them
with winning suppleness and authority.”
—Peter Stacey, University of California, Los
Angeles
2013. 280 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15101-4 $27.95 | £19.95
With a new afterword by the author
The Expanding Circle
Ethics, Evolution, and
Moral Progress
Peter Singer
“A brilliant book whose signif-
cance becomes clearer every year.”
—Robert Wright, author of The
Moral Animal
2011. 232 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15069-7 $17.95 | £12.50
On Settling
Robert E. Goodin
“This is a profound book by one of our very
best social philosophers. It is a must-read
in the age of unrealistic expectations and
unyielding demands by extremists. It speaks
both to our personal lives and to our public
lives, as citizens and voters. Above all, one
wishes our public leaders would heed it.”
—Amitai Etzioni, author of The New Golden Rule
2012. 128 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-14845-8 $24.95 | £16.95
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New Paperback
Honorable Mention, 2011 PROSE Award for Excellence in Philosophy, Association of
American Publishers
A Book Forged in Hell
Spinoza’s Scandalous Treatise and the Birth of the Secular Age
Steven Nadler
“Nadler has written a delightfully lucid
and philosophically thorough account of
the Treatise. . . . What makes Nadler’s so
welcome a contribution is the care and
the clarity of his philosophical exposi-
tion, and his restraint when tracing the
wider implications of Spinoza’s work.”
—Peter Gordon, TNR.com’s The Book
2013. 304 pages. 1 halftone.
Pa: 978-0-691-16018-4 $17.95 | £12.50
Cl: 978-0-691-13989-0 $29.95 | £19.95
Also by Steven Nadler
The Philosopher, the Priest, and the Painter
A Portrait of Descartes
“This lucid and readable book serves as a biography, an exposition of
philosophy, and a rich tapestry of Dutch history and culture.”
—Larry Silver, University of Pennsylvania
2013. 256 pages. 10 color illus. 21 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-15730-6 $27.95 | £19.95
The Best of All Possible Worlds
A Story of Philosophers, God, and Evil in the Age of Reason
“I can’t imagine a better guide to 17th-century philosophical thought.”
—Michael Dirda, Washington Post Book World
2010. 320 pages. 1 halftone.
Pa: 978-0-691-14531-0 $21.95 | £12.95
New
One of Financial Times Alphachat’s Econ
Books of the Year for 2013
Worldly Philosopher
The Odyssey of
Albert O. Hirschman
Jeremy Adelman
“This is an exceptional book.
Hirschman’s intellectual and
political journey is described with
sharpness and perspicacity. Family
life, cultural encounters, and the
imprints of a lifetime highlight
the importance and signifcance
of one of the most creative intel-
lectuals of the twentieth century,
who had a profound infuence on
so many people around the world,
including myself.”
—Fernando Henrique Cardoso,
former president of Brazil
2013. 760 pages. 39 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-15567-8 $39.95 | £27.95
New Paperback
Pursuits of Wisdom
Six Ways of Life in Ancient Philosophy from Socrates to Plotinus
John M. Cooper
“Cooper’s book proves to be an antidote
to the rosy nostalgia that poisons stories
about what philosophy was and what it has
become. . . . Unlike in the natural sciences,
the central questions in philosophy are pret-
ty much the same as they ever were: What
should I believe in? How should I live? Mr.
Cooper’s book lucidly presents six appealing
answers to those questions.”
—Brendan Boyle, Wall Street Journal
2013. 456 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15970-6 $22.95 | £15.95
Cl: 978-0-691-13860-2 $35.00 | £24.95
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The Making of
Modern Liberalism
Alan Ryan
“These essays are at once a history, a
tapestry, and a trenchant defense of
liberalism at its best. They have been
crafted by one of our generation’s
most fertile political minds. Alan
Ryan’s intellectual odyssey is both
captivating and compelling.”
—Ian Shapiro, author of The Real
World of Democratic Theory
2012. 680 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-14840-3 $39.50 | £27.95
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New Paperback
Winner of the 2012 Philosophical Book
Award, Hannover Institute of Philosophical
Research
Avishai Margalit, Winner of the 2012 Ernst-
Bloch-Prize
On Compromise and
Rotten Compromises
Avishai Margalit
“Margalit succeeds in revealing a
moral basis and its implications for
the often overlooked but crucially
important political and individual
activity of compromise. Margalit’s
exploration in to the conception
of compromise features lucid dis-
tinctions and engaging language,
creating a book that is capable of
speaking to nonacademics and
academics alike.”
—Choice
2013. 240 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15812-9 $18.95 | £12.95
Cl: 978-0-691-13317-1 $26.95 | £18.95
Winner of the 2010 Award for
Excellence in the Study of Religion,
Constructive-Refective Studies,
American Academy of Religion
One of Choice’s Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2010
Saving God
Religion after Idolatry
Mark Johnston
“This book demolishes . . .
all reasons for conventional
religious belief.”
—James Wood, New Yorker
2011. 216 pages. 1 halftone.
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Also by Mark Johnston
Honorable Mention, 2010 PROSE
Award for Excellence in Theology
and Religious Studies, Association of
American Publishers
Surviving Death
“[P]acked with illuminating
philosophical refection on the
question of what we are, and
what it is for us to persist over
time.”
—Thomas Nagel, Times Literary
Supplement
Carl G. Hempel Lecture Series
2011. 408 pages. 2 line illus.
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New Paperback
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With a new introduction by
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Gombrich
One of Modern Library’s 100 Best
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Winner of the 1976 Benjamin E. Lippincott
Award, American Political Science
Association
The Open Society and
Its Enemies
Karl Popper
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lectual defence of liberal democracy.”
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University Press Titles for Undergraduates
The Imperative
of Integration
Elizabeth Anderson
“Whether or not you agree with
her, Elizabeth Anderson has staked
out a position that all serious
thinking about American race
relations must now contend with.”
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Women in Western
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Kant’s Response to Hume
Paul Guyer
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On Sacrifce
Moshe Halbertal
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its most profound in sorting out
the relation between violence and
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moving and deep book—philo-
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religiously.”
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2012. 152 pages.
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With commentary by John
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Susan Wolf
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Stephen Macedo
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The Virtues of Our Vices
A Modest Defense of Gossip,
Rudeness, and Other
Bad Habits
Emrys Westacott
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Braintrust
What Neuroscience Tells Us
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Patricia S. Churchland
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Human Nature: How Culture and
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The Magic of Consciousness
Nicholas Humphrey
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Civil Passions
Moral Sentiment and
Democratic Deliberation
Sharon R. Krause
2008. 282 pages.
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Not for Proft
Why Democracy Needs
the Humanities
Martha C. Nussbaum
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The Paradox of Love
Pascal Bruckner
Translated by Steven Rendall
“Pascal Bruckner is one of the most origi-
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philosophers. He has a mordant wit, a
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his dissection of the myths of romantic
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a ‘deconstruction’—is ideal reading for
lovers of paradox, and even for those still
in love with love’s paradox.”
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The Tyranny of Guilt
An Essay on Western Masochism
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“The Tyranny of Guilt is one of the land-
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Bruckner diagnoses an infuriating era. . . .
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Perpetual Euphoria
On the Duty to Be Happy
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our time, engagingly reminds us that it is
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happy one lacking meaning.”
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The Pragmatism Reader
From Peirce through the Present
Edited by Robert B. Talisse &
Scott F. Aikin
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12 • Isaiah Berlin
Second Edition
With a new foreword by
Enrique Krauze
Freedom and Its Betrayal
Six Enemies of Human Liberty
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some of the key issues in modern
political theory in an enthusiastic
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Isaiah Berlin (1909–1997) was a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford.
Third Edition
With a new foreword by
Hermione Lee and an
afterword by Noel Annan
Personal Impressions
“[Berlin’s] writing has all the élan
of conversation…. [His] sense of
humor . . . preserves frank delight
in human contradiction.”
—V. S. Pritchett, New York Review
of Books
June 2014. 496 pages.
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Second Edition
With a new foreword by Wil-
liam A. Galston and an intro-
duction by Joshua L. Cherniss
Political Ideas in the
Romantic Age
Their Rise and Infuence on
Modern Thought
“A fne introduction to Berlin’s
thought, and a major addition to
the corpus of his work.”
—Anthony Grayling, Literary
Review
June 2014. 544 pages.
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Books by Isaiah Berlin—Available in Paperback Edited by Henry Hardy
Fifth Edition
With a foreword by Alan Ryan
and an afterword and guide to
further reading by
Terrell Carver
Karl Marx
“The best brief account of the life
and thought of Marx.”
—Saturday Review
2013. 352 pages. 3 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-15650-7 $24.95 | £16.95
Second Edition
With a new foreword by
Alasdair MacIntyre
Concepts and Categories
Philosophical Essays
Introduction by
Bernard Williams
“[Berlin] left the moral quality of
his voice behind him, in the long
tumbling paragraphs and the
clauses within clauses of his best
essays, and it is to these that we
can turn when we need to remind
ourselves what intellectual life
can be: joyful, free of illusion, and
vitally alive.”
—Michael Ignatief, New York
Review of Books
2013. 384 pages.
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Second Edition
With a new foreword by
Jonathan Israel
Three Critics of
the Enlightenment
Vico, Hamann, Herder
“Isaiah Berlin’s main preoccupation
was to understand the modern
reaction against the Enlightenment.
These essays on Counter-
Enlightenment thinkers are classics
and also illuminate his own ideas
about the place of reason in politics.
An essential volume.”
—Mark Lilla, Columbia University
2013. 576 pages. 3 halftones.
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Isaiah Berlin
With a new introduction by
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An Interpretation of
His Thought
John Gray
“An acute and illuminating
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has done.”
—Michael Walzer, New York
Review of Books
2013. 240 pages.
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The Power of Ideas
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there is no one better able than
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not so glorious history. Each of the
essays fulfls Raymond Carver’s
criterion for the short story: to
leave the reader’s body tempera-
ture a degree higher or lower than
when the book was opened.”
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Sunday
2013. 360 pages.
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Against the Current
Essays in the History of Ideas
Introduction by Roger Hausheer
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most crucial problems of western
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2013. 584 pages.
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The Crooked Timber
of Humanity
Chapters in the History of Ideas
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headline news.”
—New York Times
2013. 384 pages. 1 halftone.
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The Hedgehog and the Fox
An Essay on Tolstoy’s View
of History
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—W. H. Auden, New Yorker
2013. 144 pages. 3 halftones.
Pa: 978-0-691-15600-2 $12.95
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John Gray
The Roots
of Romanticism
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A. W. Mellon Lectures in the Fine Arts
Bollingen Series XXXV:45
Published in association with the National
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2013. 248 pages. 6 halftones.
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14 • Søren Kierkegaard
The Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre at the University of Copenhagen has produced the frst complete
critical edition of all of Kierkegaard’s writings, published and unpublished. Using this defnitive Danish
edition and with the support of the Kierkegaard Research Centre and the Danish government, a group of
well-known scholars is producing an 11-volume English language edition, including explanatory notes, of
Kierkegaard’s Journals and Notebooks. The volumes will appear at intervals of about a year and a half.
Kierkegaard’s Journals and Notebooks
Søren Kierkegaard
Edited by Niels Jørgen Cappelørn, Alastair Hannay, David Kangas,
Bruce H. Kirmmse, George Pattison, Vanessa Rumble & K. Brian Söderquist,
in cooperation with the Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre, Copenhagen
Volume 1
Journals AA–DD
2007. 616 pages. 19 halftones. 9 tables. 4 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-09222-5 $168.00 | £118.00
Volume 2
Journals EE–KK
2008. 696 pages. 30 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-13344-7 $168.00 | £118.00
Volume 3
Notebooks 1-15
2010. 864 pages. 10 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-13893-0 $168.00 | £118.00
New
Volume 6
Journals NB11–NB14
2013. 728 pages. 10 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-15553-1 $150.00 | £103.00
Forthcoming
Volume 7
Journals NB15–NB20
April 2014. 600 pages. 10 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-16029-0 $75.00 | £52.00
Volume 4
Journals NB–NB5
2011. 696 pages. 10 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-14903-5 $150.00 | £103.00
Volume 5
Journals NB6–NB10
2012. 608 pages. 10 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-15218-9 $150.00 | £103.00
New Paperback
With a new introduction by Gordon Marino
Fear and Trembling and The Sickness Unto Death
Søren Kierkegaard
Translated and with notes by Walter Lowrie
Walter Lowrie’s classic, bestselling translation of Søren Kierkegaard’s most import-
ant and popular books remains unmatched for its readability and literary quality.
Fear and Trembling and The Sickness Unto Death established Kierkegaard as the
father of existentialism and have come to defne his contribution to philosophy.
Lowrie’s translation, frst published in 1941 and later revised, was the frst in English,
and it has introduced hundreds of thousands of readers to Kierkegaard’s thought.
Kierkegaard counted Fear and Trembling and The Sickness Unto Death among “the
most perfect books I have written,” and in them he introduces two terms—“the
absurd” and “despair”—that have become key terms in modern thought. Fear and
Trembling takes up the story of Abraham and Isaac to explore a faith that tran-
scends the ethical, persists in the face of the absurd, and meets its reward in the
return of all that the faithful one is willing to sacrifce, while The Sickness Unto Death
examines the spiritual anxiety of despair.
Walter Lowrie’s magnifcent translation of these seminal works continues to provide an ideal introduction to
Kierkegaard. And, as Gordon Marino argues in a new introduction, these books are as relevant as ever in today’s
age of anxiety.
2013. 504 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15831-0 $14.95 | £10.95
New
The Quotable Kierkegaard
Edited by Gordon Marino
See page 1.
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Kierkegaard’s Writings, II
The Concept of Irony, with
Continual Reference to
Socrates/Notes of Schelling’s
Berlin Lectures
Kierkegaard’s Writings, III
Either/Or Part I
Kierkegaard’s Writings, IV
Either/Or Part II
Kierkegaard’s Writings, VI
Fear and Trembling/
Repetition
Kierkegaard’s Writings, VII
Philosophical Fragments/
Johannes Climacus
Kierkegaard’s Writings, VIII
The Concept of Anxiety
A Simple Psychologically
Orienting Deliberation on the
Dogmatic Issue of Hereditary Sin
Kierkegaard’s Writings, XI
Stages on Life’s Way
Kierkegaard’s Writings, XII
Concluding Unscientifc
Postscript to Philosophical
Fragments, Volume I
Kierkegaard’s Writings, XII
Concluding Unscientifc
Postscript to Philosophical
Fragments, Volume II
Kierkegaard’s Writings, XVI
Works of Love
Kierkegaard’s Writings, XIX
Sickness Unto Death
A Christian Psychological
Exposition for Upbuilding
and Awakening
Kierkegaard’s Writings, XX
Practice in Christianity
Kierkegaard’s Writings
Søren Kierkegaard
Howard V. Hong & Edna H.
Hong, editors
New Paperback
With a foreword by John Updike
The Seducer’s Diary
Søren Kierkegaard
Edited and translated by Howard V. Hong & Edna H. Hong
“In the vast literature of love, The Seducer’s
Diary is an intricate curiosity—a feverishly
intellectual attempt to reconstruct an erotic
failure as a pedagogic success, a wound
masked as a boast,” observes John Updike in
his foreword to Søren Kierkegaard’s narrative.
This work, a chapter from Kierkegaard’s frst
major volume, Either/Or, springs from his
relationship with his fancée, Regine Olsen.
Kierkegaard fell in love with the young
woman, ten years his junior, and proposed
to her, but then broke of their engagement
a year later. This event afected Kierkegaard
profoundly. Olsen became a muse for him, and a food of volumes
resulted. His attempt to set right, in writing, what he felt was a mistake in
his relationship with Olsen taught him the secret of “indirect communica-
tion.” The Seducer’s Diary, then, became Kierkegaard’s attempt to portray
himself as a scoundrel and thus make their break easier for her.
Matters of marriage, the ethical versus the aesthetic, dread, and, increas-
ingly, the severities of Christianity are pondered by Kierkegaard in this
intense work.
2013. 232 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15841-9 $12.95 | £8.95
New Paperback
With Lowrie’s essay “How Kierkegaard Got into English” and a
new introduction by Alastair Hannay
A Short Life of Kierkegaard
Walter Lowrie
“A remarkable phosphorescent condensa-
tion…. [Lowrie gives] us the very essence of
the man…. A superb study.”
—New Republic
In this classic biography, the celebrated
Søren Kierkegaard translator Walter Lowrie
presents a charming and warmly apprecia-
tive introduction to the life and work of the
great Danish writer. Lowrie tells the story
of Kierkegaard’s emotionally turbulent life
with a keen sense of drama and an acute
understanding of how his life shaped his
thought. The result is a wonderfully infor-
mative and entertaining portrait of one of the most important thinkers of
the past two centuries.
2013. 320 pages.
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Philosophy of Language
Scott Soames
“[Philosophy of Language] covers
an impressive number of contro-
versies in philosophy of language.
And it does that in a nontechnical
way that is likely to prove attractive
to many instructors in the feld.”
—Choice
2012. 200 pages. 4 line illus.
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Philosophical Logic
John P. Burgess
“Nicely done and very useful for
someone who wants a compact
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nonclassical logic.”
—Kit Fine, New York University
2012. 168 pages.
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Truth
Alexis G. Burgess &
John P. Burgess
“This is a lively and well-written
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—Matti Eklund, Cornell
University
2011. 176 pages. 1 table.
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Philosophy of Physics
Space and Time
Tim Maudlin
“Exceptionally clear and
comprehensive, this engrossing
volume will be extremely useful
to students. Most introductions
to space-time and relativity are
written by physicists, but readers
interested in a careful examination
of the philosophical foundations of
the subject are much better served
by starting here. I had fun reading
this book.”
—Sean Carroll, author of From
Eternity to Here: The Quest for the
Ultimate Theory of Time
2012. 200 pages. 32 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-14309-5 $29.95 | £19.95
Philosophy of Law
Andrei Marmor
“This is an excellent book. The qual-
ity of argumentation is frst-class,
and readers will gain signifcant
benefts from Marmor’s careful,
well-argued, and thorough analysis.”
—Brian Bix, University of Minnesota
2011. 184 pages.
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16 • Princeton Foundations in Contemporary Philosophy
New
Philosophy of Biology
Peter Godfrey-Smith
“Clearly written and up to date,
this valuable book provides a really
useful overview of the philosophy
of biology, as well as some distinc-
tive arguments. Perhaps uniquely,
the book succeeds in presenting
its topics as clearly philosophical
while engaging the relevant
biology.”
—John Dupré, University of Exeter
This is a concise, comprehensive,
and accessible introduction to the
philosophy of biology written by
a leading authority on the subject.
Geared to philosophers, biologists,
and students of both, the book
provides sophisticated and
innovative coverage of the central
topics and many of the latest
developments in the feld.
Authoritative and up-to-date,
this is an essential guide for
anyone interested in the important
philosophical issues raised by the
biological sciences.
2014. 200 pages. 3 line illus.
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Mind, Language,
Science & Logic
Forthcoming Paperback
Three Views of Logic
Mathematics, Philosophy, and
Computer Science
Donald W. Loveland, Richard
E. Hodel & S. G. Sterrett
Demonstrating the diferent roles
that logic plays in the disciplines
of computer science, mathematics,
and philosophy, this concise un-
dergraduate textbook covers select
topics from three diferent areas of
logic: proof theory, computability
theory, and nonclassical logic.
The book balances accessibility,
breadth, and rigor, and is designed
so that its materials will ft into a
single semester.
February 2014. 352 pages. 7 line illus. 10 tables.
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The Brain and the
Meaning of Life
Paul Thagard
“Thagard’s ‘neural naturalism’
promises nothing short of a
conceptual revolution, or better, a
paradigm shift.”
—Choice
2012. 296 pages. 12 line illus.
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Revised Edition
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Locke on
Personal Identity
Consciousness and
Concernment
Galen Strawson
“Galen Strawson proposes an orig-
inal and provocative interpretation
of Locke’s treatment of personal
identity. Strawson makes his case
with characteristic depth, insight,
ingenuity, and clarity.”
—Don Garrett, New York University
June 2014. 296 pages. 4 line illus.
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New
Partiality
Simon Keller
“Partiality is about the nature
and source of our reasons
for partiality—a central but
controversial area of the moral
domain. Keller develops a novel
account of these reasons, nested
in an elegant taxonomy of rival
perspectives and illustrated by
a series of terrifc examples that
efectively distill the distinctive
arguments under consideration.”
—Sarah Stroud, McGill University
2013. 176 pages.
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When Is True
Belief Knowledge?
Richard Foley
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Ted Cohen
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Equal Recognition
The Moral Foundations of Minority Rights
Alan Patten
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A Political Philosophy for Modern Times
Joseph Chan
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Free Market Fairness
John Tomasi
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Hume’s Politics
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Andrew Sabl
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With a new preface by the author
Ancient Chinese Thought, Modern Chinese Power
Yan Xuetong
Edited by Daniel A. Bell & Sun Zhe
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and one of China’s most infuential foreign
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A World beyond Politics?
A Defense of the Nation-State
Pierre Manent
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A Confucian
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How China’s Ancient Past Can
Shape Its Political Future
Jiang Qing
Translated by Edmund Ryden
Edited by Daniel A. Bell &
Ruiping Fan
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an ofcial religion guiding the Chi-
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In Our Name
The Ethics of Democracy
Eric Beerbohm
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Democratic Reason
Politics, Collective Intelligence,
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Hélène Landemore
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Nobody working on normative
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—Jon Elster, Columbia University
2013. 304 pages. 5 line illus. 5 tables.
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On Global Justice
Mathias Risse
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the answers. His account of common
ownership of the earth diversifes
our historical resources as well, by
putting Grotius’s work to use in ad-
dressing deep, current controversies.”
—Richard Miller, Cornell University
2012. 480 pages.
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When the State Speaks,
What Should It Say?
How Democracies Can Protect
Expression and Promote Equality
Corey Brettschneider
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—Melissa Lane, Princeton University
2012. 232 pages.
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the Humanities
Eco-Republic
What the Ancients Can Teach
Us about Ethics, Virtue, and
Sustainable Living
Melissa Lane
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2011. 256 pages.
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Democratic Authority
A Philosophical Framework
David M. Estlund
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pensable reading for anyone
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Estlund’s careful treatment of the
‘wisdom of crowds’ and the idea
of deliberative democracy stands
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in the last quarter century.”
—Cass R. Sunstein, Harvard Law
School
2009. 328 pages. 4 line illus.
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A Virtue for
Courageous Minds
Moderation in French Political
Thought, 1748–1830
Aurelian Craiutu
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called ‘the most difcult lesson of
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teach contemporary Americans
something about the value of
political moderation and consti-
tutional government. I hope this
book will be widely read, especially
by our elected ofcials.”
—Steven Smith, Yale University
2012. 360 pages.
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One of New Statesman’s Five Best Political
and Economics Books
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A Political Philosophy in
Public Life
Civic Republicanism in
Zapatero’s Spain
José Luis Martí & Philip Pettit
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2012. 216 pages. 1 line illus.
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Framing Democracy
A Behavioral Approach to
Democratic Theory
Jamie Terence Kelly
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that framing plays a huge role in
politics, it is only in recent years
that normative democratic the-
orists have started incorporating
this reality. This book will set the
standard for this movement and
become necessary reading not
only for behavioral and philosoph-
ical scholars but for all political
scientists.”
—James Druckman, Northwestern
University
2012. 168 pages. 5 line illus.
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Philosophic Pride
Stoicism and Political Thought
from Lipsius to Rousseau
Christopher Brooke
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on the philosophical history of
pride. It is a rigorous, original, and
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to read.”
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2012. 304 pages.
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History of Philosophy
Rousseau, the Age of
Enlightenment, and
Their Legacies
Robert Wokler
Edited by Bryan Garsten, and
with an introduction by
Christopher Brooke
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of analysis, exposition and inte-
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2012. 416 pages. 6 line illus.
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Thomas Aquinas’s
Summa theologiae
A Biography
Bernard McGinn
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of the Summa and leading readers
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them into one of the world’s great
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Lives of Great Religious Books
June 2014. 272 pages.
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Winner of the 2008 PROSE Award for
Excellence in Philosophy, Association of
American Publishers
Made with Words
Hobbes on Language, Mind,
and Politics
Philip Pettit
“Philip Pettit is pre-eminent
among political philosophers for
integrating the study of language,
of human nature and of such
things as the nature of rules and
meaning. . . . Beautifully clear,
consistently interesting.”
—Simon Blackburn, Times Higher
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2009. 192 pages.
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Winner of the 2004 Award for Best
Professional/Scholarly Book in
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Publishers
The Reasons of Love
Harry G. Frankfurt
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vides the rare pleasure of wit-
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mind grappling with an issue of
universal importance.”
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On Bullshit
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of what philosophy can and
should do.”
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2005. 80 pages.
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Double Vision
Moral Philosophy and
Shakespearean Drama
Tzachi Zamir
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book.”
—Martha Nussbaum, New Republic
2012. 256 pages. 3 halftones.
Pa: 978-0-691-15545-6 $24.95 | £16.95
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Divine Machines
Leibniz and the Sciences of Life
Justin E. H. Smith
“With this book, Justin Smith turns
the world of Leibniz scholarship
upside down. Others have argued
for the centrality of Leibniz’s views
on language and logic, or on
physics and mathematics, or on
theology, but Smith shows us how
to read this key fgure in the histo-
ry of modern thought through his
biology. This learned, original, and
exciting book is obligatory reading
for anyone interested in the origins
of modern philosophy.”
—Daniel Garber, Princeton
University
2011. 392 pages. 1 halftone. 5 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-14178-7 $49.95 | £34.95
Wilhelm Dilthey: Selected Works
Wilhelm Dilthey
Edited by Rudolf A. Makkreel & Frithjof Rodi
A six-volume translation series of the major writings of Wilhelm
Dilthey (1833-1911), a philosopher and historian of culture who has
had a signifcant, and continuing, infuence on twentieth-century
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In addition to his landmark works on the theories of history and
the human sciences, Dilthey made important contributions to
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methodology of the social sciences.
New
Maimonides
Life and Thought
Moshe Halbertal
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thought of his time while creating a
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the Mishnah links up with the Mishneh
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written at the end of his life, to form an
unexpected and radical intellectual unity.
Beautifully written, Maimonides brings out
both Maimonides’s intellectual success and
the paradoxical critical approaches to him
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2013. 400 pages.
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Nietzsche
Philosopher, Psychologist,
Antichrist
Walter Kaufmann
With a new foreword by
Alexander Nehamas
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may be called the defnitive
study of Nietzsche’s life and
thought—an informed, scholarly,
and lustrous work.”
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Princeton Classics
2013. 560 pages.
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Volume I
Introduction to the Human
Sciences
1991. 544 pages.
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Understanding the Human
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2010. 344 pages.
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Poetry and Experience
1996. 416 pages.
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With a new preface by
the authors
The Spirit of Compromise
Why Governing Demands It and
Campaigning Undermines It
Amy Gutmann &
Dennis Thompson
“Americans tend to think that com-
promise is opposed to principle.
In this marvelous book, two of our
leading theorists of democracy
defend the opposite view. In a
world of partisan gridlock and the
politics of division, The Spirit of
Compromise is a sane voice calling
us to a better alternative.”
—Kwame Anthony Appiah, author
of The Honor Code
May 2014. 296 pages.
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Cl: 978-0-691-15391-9 $24.95 | £16.95
Forthcoming
Philology
The Forgotten Origins of the
Modern Humanities
James Turner
“This fascinating book makes a
powerful argument: that the mod-
ern humanities derived in large part
from the broad tradition of philol-
ogy. This genealogy, Turner shows,
clarifes the origins of both the
modern research university and its
disciplines, and explains similarities
between such apparently diverse
felds as history and comparative
religion. . . . This is a gripping intel-
lectual detective story.”
—Anthony Grafton, Princeton
University
June 2014. 544 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-14564-8 $35.00 | £24.95
Forthcoming
Revolutionary Ideas
An Intellectual History of the
French Revolution from The
Rights of Man to Robespierre
Jonathan Israel
“Combining erudition and
verve, Revolutionary Ideas is an
exciting, bold, valuable, and
courageous book that should
have a wide readership. A
veritable tour de force, it funda-
mentally reconceptualizes the
French Revolution. Arguing that
ideas caused the revolution,
propelled it forward, and con-
stituted its essence, Jonathan
Israel provides a wealth of
detail about the little-known
but fascinating characters who
made up the radical wing of the
revolutionary leadership.”
—Helena Rosenblatt, the
Graduate Center, City University
of New York
April 2014. 864 pages. 15 halftones. 7
line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-15172-4 $39.95 | £27.95
Also by Jonathan Israel
A Revolution of the Mind
Radical Enlightenment and
the Intellectual Origins of
Modern Democracy
“Israel’s new book is a
breathtaking rethinking of the
Enlightenment and its impact in
the modern world.”
—Choice
2011. 296 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15260-8 $19.95 | £13.95
Forthcoming
Moral Imagination
Essays
David Bromwich
“For several decades, David
Bromwich has stood out among
American critics as one of the most
daring and knowledgeable chal-
lengers of received opinion and
orthodoxies. This fresh and timely
selection of essays efectively
conveys the values which inform
Bromwich’s provocative cultural
and political criticism, and will in-
troduce his bold and cogent moral
imagination to a wide readership.”
—Margery Sabin, Wellesley College
April 2014. 352 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-16141-9 $27.95 | £19.95
Forthcoming Paperback
Two Cheers for Anarchism
Six Easy Pieces on Autonomy,
Dignity, and Meaningful Work
and Play
James C. Scott
“Scott selects wonderful anec-
dotes to illustrate his tribute to
the anarchist way of seeing the
world, his prose is always on the
verge of breaking into a smile.
Political theory rarely ofers so
much wry laughter.”
—Chris Walters, Acres USA
April 2014. 200 pages. 10 halftones. 9 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-16103-7 $17.95 | £12.50
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The Moral Background
An Inquiry into the History of
Business Ethics
Gabriel Abend
“A successful treatment of the
history of business ethics, this
book provides what surely must
be the most thorough account
of the business ethics literature
ever done. Coming at the material
with a new, fully developed, and
convincing theory, Abend analyzes
business ethics from the perspec-
tive of the science of morality. A
fne work.”
—Richard Swedberg, Cornell
University
Princeton Studies in Cultural Sociology
April 2014. 392 pages. 14 line illus.
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New
The Essential Hirschman
Albert O. Hirschman
Edited and with an introduc-
tion by Jeremy Adelman
Afterword by Emma Rothschild
& Amartya Sen
“A survivor of Nazi Germany, Albert
Hirschman was an essential think-
er—one of the very few best of the
twentieth century. Wise, delightful,
and full of life, he was incapable
of writing a dull page. He knew
what made people tick, and he
knew what made societies work.
This book glistens with insights,
surprises, and paradoxes. Each
chapter is a gem.”
—Cass R. Sunstein, coauthor of
Nudge: Improving Decisions about
Health, Wealth, and Happiness
2013. 408 pages. 2 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-15990-4 $29.95 | £19.95
New
Time, History,
and Literature
Selected Essays of
Erich Auerbach
Edited and with an introduc-
tion by James I. Porter and
translated by Jane O. Newman
“At last, a book that exposes the
audacity of Auerbach’s philo-
sophical anthropology. Thanks to
her deep understanding of the
nuances of German, Jane Newman
skillfully captures the intricate
rhythms and verbal creativity of
Auerbach’s prose. James Porter,
meanwhile, shows us the hidden
genius of Auerbach as a thinker
who reveals the beauty and terror
of history and the people who
make it.”
—Stephen G. Nichols, James M.
Beall Professor Emeritus of French
and Humanities, Johns Hopkins
University
2013. 336 pages.
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New
Big Gods
How Religion Transformed
Cooperation and Confict
Ara Norenzayan
“Replete with insights about mo-
rality, cooperation, faith, atheism,
and much more, Big Gods will
change the way we think about
human nature and human society.”
—Paul Bloom, author of Just
Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil
2013. 264 pages. 10 halftones.
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New
The Book of Job
A Biography
Mark Larrimore
“In the brief compass of this
well-researched, well-written,
and well-illustrated book, Mark
Larrimore has brilliantly captured
the most salient aspects of the
rich afterlife of the book of Job. .
. . This handsome and accessible
volume tells the fascinating story
of the reception of the biblical
book through the centuries and
across cultures.”
—C. L. Seow, Princeton Theological
Seminary
Lives of Great Religious Books
2013. 296 pages. 12 halftones.
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With a new preface by
the authors
The Spirit of Cities
Why the Identity of a City
Matters in a Global Age
Daniel A. Bell & Avner de-Shalit
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defnitely have a new idea, and
a good one: that cultivating ‘the
spirit of cities’ is the best antidote to
global homogenization. They have
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__Cl: 13981-4 45.00 30.95
__Cl: 15648-4 Audi: Moral Perception 4 35.00 24.95
__Cl: 13711-7 Auerbach: Time, History 25 39.50 27.95
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__Pa: 15757-3 Berlin: Freedom and Its Betrayal 12 27.95 19.95
__Pa: 15600-2 Berlin: Hedgehog and the Fox 13 12.95
__Pa: 15650-7 Berlin: Karl Marx 12 24.95 16.95
__Pa: 15770-2 Berlin: Personal Impressions 12 29.95 19.95
__Pa: 15844-0 Berlin: Political Ideas in the Romantic 12 29.95 19.95
__Pa: 15760-3 Berlin: Power of Ideas 13 24.95 16.95
__Pa: 15620-0 Berlin: Roots of Romanticism 13 12.95 8.95
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__Pa: 15739-9 Biehl/Petryna: When People 26 29.95 19.95
__Cl: 15738-2 75.00 52.00
__Cl: 16142-6 Blackburn: Mirror, Mirror 2 24.95 16.95
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__Cl: 14481-8 42.00 28.95
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__Cl: 14373-6 Bruckner: Perpetual Euphoria 11 29.95 19.95
__Pa: 15430-5 Bruckner: Tyranny of Guilt 11 19.95 13.95
__Cl: 14376-7 26.95 18.95
__Cl: 14401-6 Burgess, A./Burgess, J.: Truth 16 25.95 17.95
__Pa: 15633-0 Burgess, J.: Philosophical Logic 16 17.95 12.50
__Cl: 13789-6 37.50 26.95
__Cl: 13870-1 Cassin: Dictionary of Untranslatables 26 65.00 44.95
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__Cl: 15861-7 Chan: Confucian Perfectionism 18 35.00 24.95
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__Cl: 13703-2 24.95 16.95
__Pa: 14881-6 Cohen, G.: Finding Oneself 3 22.95 15.95
__Cl: 14880-9 85.00 59.00
__Cl: 14900-4 Cohen, G.: Lectures on the History 3 35.00 24.95
__Pa: 14871-7 Cohen, G.: On the Currency 3 25.95 17.95
__Cl: 14870-0 95.00 65.00
__Pa: 15446-6 Cohen, T.: Thinking of Others 17 19.95 13.95
__Cl: 13746-9 46.95 32.95
__Pa: 15970-6 Cooper: Pursuits of Wisdom 8 22.95 15.95
__Cl: 13860-2 35.00 24.95
__Cl: 14676-8 Craiutu: Virtue for Courageous 21 49.50 34.95
__Pa: 14933-2 Dilthey: Formation of the Historical 23 49.95 34.95
__Cl: 09669-8 95.00 65.00
__Pa: 14931-8 Dilthey: Hermeneutics 23 49.95 34.95
__Pa: 02074-7 Dilthey: Human Sciences 23 75.00 52.00
__Pa: 02928-3 Dilthey: Poetry and Experience 23 57.50 39.95
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__Pa: 14324-8 Estlund: Democratic Authority 21 28.95 19.95
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__Cl: 15391-9 24.95 16.95
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__Cl: 14757-4 39.50 27.95
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