Themes in the History of Philosophy

No longer active. Themes in the History of Philosophy, edited by Edith Wyschogrod, will serve as a collection of outstanding work in the history of philosophy. It will include interpretations of significant themes, problems, and tendencies in the history of thought; studies of important thinkers, schools, and movements; and inquiries into the relation of previous philosophies to literature, art, and history. 

Bachelors of Science

Seventeenth Century Identity, Then and Now

Naomi Zack

A revolutionary look at the intellectual and social mileu within which early modern philosophers invented scientific identities

264 pages | 6 x 9


Possibility, Necessity, and Existence

Abbagnano and His Predecessors

Nino Langiulli

An investigation of Abbagnano's attempt to raise possibility to a level of prime importance and his understanding of existence

208 pages | 6 x 9


Tainted Greatness

Antisemitism and Cultural Heroes

Edited by Nancy A. Harrowitz

Debates about the significance of anti-semitism in the lives and work of intellectual figures

328 pages | 6 x 9