The guiding idea behind this collection of papers is a presentation of the transdisciplinary scope of the new semiotics offering a deeper and broader framework than the structuralist semiology.
The central concern of this book is us human beings. The authors' basic question is: 'How is it that we can live in mutual care, have ethical concerns, and at the same time deny all that through the rational justification of aggression?’
Immigration Control in a Warming WorldRealizing the Moral Challenges of Climate Migration
Johannes Graf Keyserlingk
The Life and Philosophy of Elizabeth Anscombe
Paradigm ShiftHow expert opinions keep changing on life, the universe, and everything
A Guide to the ClassicsOr How to Pick the Derby Winner
A Hospitable UniverseAddressing Ethical and Spiritual Concerns in Light of Recent Scientific Discoveries
The SingularityCould artificial intelligence really out-think us (and would we want it to)?
Faking the NewsWhat Rhetoric Can Teach Us About Donald J. Trump
The Chamberlain Legacy
Thomas Reid on Religion