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This volume offers readers a unique and comprehensive overview of theoretical perspectives on "the sublime," the singular aesthetic response elicited by objects or phenomena that move viewers by transcending and overwhelming them. The book consists of an editor's introduction and fifteen chapters written from a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
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This book provides a richly rewarding vision of the burgeoning interdisciplinary field of somaesthetics. Composed of fourteen wide-ranging but finely integrated essays by Richard Shusterman, the originator of the field, Thinking through the Body explains the philosophical foundations of somaesthetics and applies its insights to central issues in ethics, education, cultural politics, consciousness studies, sexuality, and the arts.
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This volume is a comprehensive reference work on the life, labors, and influence of the great evolutionist Charles Darwin. With more than sixty essays written by an international group representing the leading scholars in the field, this is the definitive collection on Darwin and his work.
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A philosophical analysis of cognitive science, which is an enterprise devoted to understanding the nature of the mind, spanning several other disciplines such as psychology, neuroscience, and artificial intelligence. The volume surveys the foundational issues, the principal areas of research, and the major research programs.
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This volume explains Husserl's diagnosis of threats to the West and his hope for a phenomenological response to renew humanity.
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