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  1. Living Existentialism

    Gregory Hoskins

    Pickwick / MAR 2017

    Writing in the late 1990s about the tendency of encyclopedists to designate existentialism a finished project, Thomas W. Busch cautions that such hasty periodization risks distorting our... read more »
  2. Miguel de Unamuno's Quest for Faith

    Jan E. Evans

    Pickwick / JUN 2013

    How can this life have meaning if at my death nothing of me remains? This is the essential question with which Miguel de Unamuno, the most accomplished Spanish man of letters of the twentieth... read more »
  3. misReading Nietzsche

    M. Saverio Clemente, Bryan J. Cocchiara

    Pickwick / JUN 2018

    Perhaps more than any philosophy written in the past few centuries, the work of Friedrich Nietzsche has given rise to controversy, misunderstanding, and dissent. Today Nietzsche is remembered as... read more »
  4. On Being Human(e)

    Jan Habl

    Pickwick / FEB 2017

    There is a difference between that which is and that which is to be. Anthropologically: there is a way I am, and the way I am to be, or not to be. How are we to explain this? This book presents the... read more »
  5. Personal Reality, Volume 2

    Daniel Paksi

    Pickwick / MAY 2019

    Western civilization was built on the concept of God. Today modern science, based on the critical method and so-called objective facts, denies even the existence of our soul. There is only matter:... read more »
  6. Peter Chaadaev

    Artur Mrowczynski-Van Allen, Teresa Obolevitch, et al.…

    Pickwick / DEC 2018

    Peter Chaadaev (1794–1856) is rightfully considered to be one of the forerunners of modern Russian philosophy. There is a famous scene from his life that may help us to understand both his... read more »
  7. Phenomenology of Human Understanding

    Brian Cronin

    Pickwick / MAY 2017

    The problem of human knowing has been foundational for the enterprise of philosophy since the time of Descartes. The great philosophers have offered different accounts of the power and limits of... read more »
  8. Practices of Wonder

    Sophia Vasalou

    Pickwick / OCT 2012

    Wonder has often occupied a place of unique importance across a variety of human practices and intellectual activities. At different times and historical periods, it has been hailed as the... read more »
  9. Radical Apophasis

    Todd Ohara

    Pickwick / AUG 2020

    This book exhibits the richness and sophistication of Plotinian and Dionysian apophatic theologies by explicating their respective internal “logics.” It articulates the unique... read more »
  10. Ratio et Fides

    Robert E. Wood

    Pickwick / OCT 2018

    In the face of growing skepticism and relativism, “believe in reason” is the central message in Pope John Paul II’s Fides et Ratio. Only by the two wings of reason and... read more »

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