This book uses a neo-Aristotelian framework to examine human subjectivity as an embodied being. It examines the varieties of reductionism that affect philosophical writing about human origins and identity.
Michael Oakeshott as a Philosopher of the "Creative"And Other Essays
Wendell John Coats, Jr.
A Guide to the ClassicsOr How to Pick the Derby Winner
Lady Mary ShepherdSelected Writings
The Psychology of the BibleExplaining Divine Voices and Visions
Brian J. McVeigh
SCAMSo-Called Alternative Medicine
Freedom's Progress?A History of Political Thought
SeeingBeyond Dreaming to Religious Experiences of Light
Metapsychology of the Creative ProcessContinuous Novelty as the Ground of Creative Advance
Jason W. Brown
Quality of LifeA Post-Pandemic Philosophy of Medicine
The Icelandic Adventures of Pike Ward