Examines the forms of support, resources, and opportunities a person with mental illness requires to have the resilience needed for mental health recovery.
Combines phenomenology with the "enactivist" approach to consciousness theory and recent emotion research to explore the way self-motivated action plans shape selective attention, exploration, and ultimately the mind's interpretation of reality - in philosophy, psychology, cultural awareness, and our personal lives.
Analysis of this important Mexican philosopher's social, cultural, and political writings.
Drawing from philosophy and psychology, offers a clear and compelling interpretation of what it means to be an adult.
Examines the lived experience of social encounters drawing on phenomenological insights.
Analyzes the role of community in the writings of Giorgio Agamben, Roberto Esposito, and Jean-Luc Nancy.
Charts the stages of the history of friendship as a philosophical concept in the Western world.
A comprehensive look at how we rely on ideals of worthy action in the pursuit of moral happiness.
A provocative survey of interdisciplinary challenges to the concept of dualism.
A provocative survey of interdisciplinary challenges to the concept of reductionism.
A provocative survey of interdisciplinary challenges to the concept of determinism.
Makes the novel argument that erotic life is the real sphere of human freedom.
Considers the effects of the browning of America on philosophical debates over race, racism, and social justice.
The definitive source book on philosophy and the city.
Engages contemporary European thought on a variety of philosophical topics.
Confronts globalization and technology from philosophical perspectives.
Explores the human propensity for owning and having.
Articulates the necessity for a comprehensive reconstructive thinking about the meaning of being good.
Presents a North American philosophy of liberation that defends both metaphysics and philosophy of religion, and acts as a critique of neo-imperialism.
Provides a comprehensive and systematic family ethic, addressing major issues fueling the family values debate.
Argues for a humanistic cultural reformation to counter our materialistic values and science-dominated intellectual life and shows how this would affect our lives and transform our society.
Examines the current and prospective energy sources and choices from the perspectives of science, technology, and social studies.
A reappraisal of the pluralist tradition that explores the accounts offered by James, Dewey, Figgis, Cole, Laski, Follett, and Dahl and extracts from them the resources with which to reconstruct a democratic theory of political pluralism.
This collection of articles provides a comprehensive overview of personal and public issues related to social change and how they shape scientific and technical knowledge.