Here's what people have been saying about the series:
"Routledge's New Problems of Philosophy series has a most impressive line-up of topical volumes aimed at upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in philosophy and at others with interests in cutting edge philosophical work. The authors are influential figures in their respective fields and notably adept at synthesizing and explaining intricate topics fairly and comprehensively." – John Heil, Monash University (Australia) and Washington University, St Louis, USA
"This is an outstanding collection of volumes. The topics are well chosen and the authors are outstanding. They will be fine texts in a wide range of courses." – Stephen Stich, Rutgers University, USA
"[Fiction and Fictionalism is]. . .an impressive book. In a clear, concise and engaging style, Sainsbury manages to explain fairly difficult issues in an accessible way." – Matti Eklund, Cornell University, USA
Read a sample chapter of Fiction and Fictionalism by R. M. Sainsbury.
"[Analyticity] is a great book, and certainly the best introduction to the history of analytic/synthetic distinction out there." – Gillian Russell, Washington University, St Louis, USA
Read a sample chapter of Analyticity by Cory Juhl and Eric Loomis.
Physicalism by Daniel Stoljar is:
"An elegant and insightful introduction to one of the most puzzling dogmas of contemporary metaphysics – much needed and highly recommended." – Huw Price, University of Sydney, Australia
Noncognitivism in Ethics by Mark Schroeder has been called:
"...the best introduction to noncognitivism and to the complex philosophical issues it generates that I have seen… written with teaching in mind."– Mark van Roojen, University of Nebraska, USA
Wherever your interests lie, the New Problems of Philosophy series has a book for you; take a look and see for yourself!