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World Philosophy Day 2011

World Philosophy Day 2011 takes place on the 17th of November, and we’ve put together a special collection of author interviews and book reviews to mark the occasion. Find out more here...

Happy World Philosophy Day!


Routledge author Alex Rosenberg recently appeared on Philosophy TV in an interview with Owen Flanagan on the significance of Naturalism. Watch the full interview here.

Alex published the 3rd Edition of his popular textbook Philosophy of Science: A Contemporary Introduction with Routledge earlier this year.

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Series: Routledge Contemporary Introductions to Philosophy


Routledge Author Brie Gertler also recently appeared on Philosophy TV in an interview with Alex Byrne on self-knowledge of beliefs. Watch the full interview here.

Brie’s book Self-Knowledge is available from Routledge.

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Series: New Problems of Philosophy


Routledge are very excited to publish a new translation by Donald Landes of Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Perception at the end of November. It's already getting outstanding reviews...

‘This is an extraordinary accomplishment that will doubtless produce new readers for the remarkable philosophy of Merleau-Ponty. This excellent translation opens up a new set of understandings of what Merleau-Ponty meant in his descriptions of the body, psychology, and the field of perception, and in this way promises to alter the horizon of Merleau-Ponty studies in the English language. The extensive index, the thoughtful annotation, and the guidance given about key problems of translation not only show us the richness of Merleau-Ponty's language, but track the emergence of a new philosophical vocabulary. This translation gives us the text anew and will doubtless spur thoughtful new readings in English.’ - Judith Butler, University of California - Berkeley, USA

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