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The Levelling - What's Next After Globalization (Hardcover): Michael O'Sullivan The Levelling - What's Next After Globalization (Hardcover)
Michael O'Sullivan
R525 R401 Discovery Miles 4 010 Save R124 (24%) Shipped within 4 - 8 working days

The world is at a turning point. While globalization benefited many, it produced extremes with drastic wealth inequality, indebtedness, and political volatility among the most important. As the ground underneath globalization undergoes tectonic shifts, noisy, chaotic, and disorderly events--such as Brexit and the election of Donald Trump--are the first harbingers of a world being turned upside down. In this book, Michael O'Sullivan shows the many ways the levelling of the twenty-first century will unfold: The levelling-out of wealth between rich and poor countries; of power between nations and regions; of political accountability and responsibility between political leaders and "the people"; and of institutional power--away from central banks and defunct twentieth-century institutions such as the WTO and IMF. The Levelling comes at a crucial time in the rise and fall of nations and has special importance for Americans as our place in the world undergoes radical change--the ebbing of our influence, profound questions over our economic model, the apparent decay in our society, and turmoil in our public life-- before our very eyes.

Philosophical Investigations (Paperback): Michael O'Sullivan Philosophical Investigations (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan
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Many still consider Ludwig Wittgenstein’s 1953 Philosophical Investigations to be one of the breakthrough works of twentieth-century philosophy.

The book sets out a radically new conception of philosophy itself, and demonstrates all the attributes of a fine analytical mind. Taking an argument from Plato and subjecting it to detailed (and very clear) analysis, Wittgenstein shows his understanding of how the sequence and function of differing parts of a highly-complex argument can be broken down and assessed. In so doing, he reaches a logical position of simultaneous agreement and disagreement with Plato’s philosophical position.

Philosophical Investigations is also a powerful example of the skill of interpretation. Philosophical problems often arise from confusions in the use of language – and the way to solve these problems, Wittgenstein posits, is by clarifying language use. He argues that philosophers must study ordinary uses of language and examine how people use it as a tool in their everyday lives. In this highly-interpretative way, the meaning of a word or sentence becomes relative to the context (people, culture, community) in which it is used. Rather than debate abstract problems, Wittgenstein urges philosophers to concern themselves with ordinary life and the concrete situations in which humans find themselves.

The Enquiry for Human Understanding (Paperback): Michael O'Sullivan The Enquiry for Human Understanding (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan
R154 Discovery Miles 1 540 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

David Hume’s 1748 Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding is a modern philosophical classic that helped reshape epistemology – the philosophy of knowledge. It is also a classic of the critical thinking skills of analysis and reasoning.

Analysis is all about understanding how arguments work and fit together. Having strong analytical skills helps to break down arguments, pull out the evidence on which they rely, and understand the kinds of implicit assumptions and reasons on which they work. Reasoning, meanwhile, means building and presenting arguments, forming well-structured, evidenced, and organised cases for a particular point of view. Hume applied his analytical skills to arguments about how humans know and understand the world, and how our minds work. At base, he was trying to analyse human reason itself – to show the workings and limitations of the human mind, and show the origins of our beliefs.

Hume went on to apply his reasoning skills, creating an enduring argument about the nature of human knowledge. The result was one of the most striking and famous works in the history of philosophy.

The Humanities and the Irish University - Anomalies and Opportunities (Paperback): Michael O'Sullivan The Humanities and the Irish University - Anomalies and Opportunities (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan
R410 R388 Discovery Miles 3 880 Save R22 (5%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This was the first book-length study of the humanities and the Irish university. Ireland was a deeply religious country throughout the twentieth century but the colleges of its National University never established a religion or theology department. The official first language of Ireland is Irish but the vast majority of teaching in the arts and humanities is in English. These are two of the anomalies that long constrained humanities education in Ireland. This book charts a history of responses to humanities education in the Irish context. Reading the work of John Henry Newman, Padraig Pearse, Sean O Tuama, Denis Donoghue, Declan Kiberd, Richard Kearney and others, it looks for an Irish humanities ethos. It compares humanities models in the US, France and Asia with those in Ireland in light of work by Immanuel Kant, Pierre Bourdieu and Jacques Derrida. It should appeal to those interested in Irish education and history.

Patrick Leigh Fermor - Noble Encounters between Budapest and Transylvania (Paperback): Michael O'Sullivan Patrick Leigh Fermor - Noble Encounters between Budapest and Transylvania (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan
R439 R383 Discovery Miles 3 830 Save R56 (13%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book revisits the trajectory of one section of Patrick Leigh Fermor's famous pedestrian excursion from the Hook of Holland to Constantinople. This S.O.E. officer walked into Hungary as a youth of 19 at Easter of 1934 and left Transylvania in August. "A cross between Indiana Jones, James Bond and Graham Greene" as the New York Times obituary put it in 2011, this intrepid traveller published his experiences half a century later. Between the Woods and the Water covers the part of the epic journey on foot from the middle Danube to the Iron Gates. It has been a bestseller since it was first published in 1986. O'Sullivan reveals the identity of the interesting characters in the travelogue, interviewing several of their descendants and meticulously recreating Leigh Fermor's time spent among the Hungarian nobility. Leigh Fermor's recollections of his 1934 contacts are at once a proof of a lifelong attraction for the aristocracy, and a confirmation of his passionate love of history and understanding of the region. Rich with photos and other rare documents on places and persons both from the 1930s and today, the book offers a compelling social and political history of the period and the area. Described by Professor Norman Stone as "a major work of Hungarian social archaeology," this book provides a portrait of Hungary and Transylvania on the brink of momentous change.

Zero Hours and On-call Work in Anglo-Saxon Countries (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019): Michelle O'Sullivan, Jonathan Lavelle,... Zero Hours and On-call Work in Anglo-Saxon Countries (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019)
Michelle O'Sullivan, Jonathan Lavelle, Juliette McMahon, Lorraine Ryan, Caroline Murphy, …
R2,443 R2,181 Discovery Miles 21 810 Save R262 (11%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book focuses on zero hours and on-call work as an extreme form of casual and precarious employment. It includes country studies of the USA, Canada, Australia, the UK, New Zealand and Ireland, where there has been increasing concern about the prevalence of such work, and working time uncertainty, as well as varying levels of public policy debate on regulation. The book incorporates a comparative review of zero hours work based on the findings of the country studies. This pays particular attention to state regulatory responses to zero hours work, and incorporates the sociological concepts of accumulation and legitimation functions of the state. Exploring the regulation of zero hours work beyond individual countries, the book includes an analysis of external regulation of zero hours work at the supranational level, namely the European Union and ILO. Further, it assesses the implications of zero hours for workers in new sectors of economic activity, particularly the impact of the platform or `gig' economy on the fundamental nature of the employment relationship. It also considers the societal implications of zero hours work and the ethical responsibilities of employers and governments towards workers as citizens.

The Concept of Mind (Paperback): Michael O'Sullivan The Concept of Mind (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan
R154 Discovery Miles 1 540 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Gilbert Ryle’s 1949 The Concept of Mind is now famous above all as the origin of the phrase “the ghost in the machine” – a phrase Ryle used to attack the popular idea that our bodies and minds are separate. His own position was that mental acts are not at all distinct from bodily actions. Indeed, they are the same thing, merely described in different ways – and if one cuts through the confusing language of the old philosophical debates, he suggests, that becomes clear. While, in many ways, modern philosophers of mind have moved on from or discarded Ryle’s actual arguments, The Concept of Mind remains a classic example of two central critical thinking skills: interpretation and reasoning. Ryle was what is known as an “ordinary language” philosopher – a school who considered many philosophical problems to exist purely because of philosophical language. He therefore considered his task as a philosopher to be one of cutting through confusing language, and clarifying matters – exemplifying the critical thinking skill of interpretation at its best. Rather than adding to philosophical knowledge as such, moreover, he saw his role as one of mapping it – giving it what he called a “logical geography.” As such, The Concept of Mind is also all about reasoning: laying out, organizing, and systematizing clear arguments.

Critique of Pure Reason (Paperback): Michael O'Sullivan Critique of Pure Reason (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan
R152 Discovery Miles 1 520 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason is one of the most influential works in the history of philosophy – not to mention one of the most challenging. Its topic is the nature of human knowledge, and the question of whether or not it is possible to have knowledge of the world at all.

Over two centuries later, Kant’s treatise remains a subject of fierce debate among philosophers, who continue to offer new interpretations of his meaning. What is not in doubt is the work’s originality and brilliance – nor its mastery of creative thinking.

Creative thinkers are able to bring a new perspective to questions and problems, look at things from a different angle, and show them in a fresh light. Kant achieved this by mediating between the two major schools of philosophical thought concerning knowledge – empiricism and rationalism – to create a complex third way. Where empiricists believed all knowledge is founded on experience, and rationalists believed true knowledge is founded on reason alone, Kant evaluated their arguments and proposed a third position – one incorporating elements of both, but within specific limits. As infamously dense as it is profound, Kant’s Critique shows creative thinking operating at a level few can aspire to reach.

Irish Expatriatism, Language and Literature - The Problem of English (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018): Michael O'Sullivan Irish Expatriatism, Language and Literature - The Problem of English (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018)
Michael O'Sullivan
R1,556 R1,265 Discovery Miles 12 650 Save R291 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book examines how Irishness as national narrative is consistently understood `from a distance'. Irish Presidents, critics, and media initiatives focus on how Irishness is a global resource chiefly informed by the experiences of an Irish diaspora predominantly working in English, while also reminding Irish people `at home' that Irish is the 'national tongue'. In returning to some of Ireland's major expat writers and international diplomats, this book examines the economic reasons for their migration, the opportunities they gained by working abroad (sometimes for the British Empire), and their experiences of writing and governing in non-native English speaking communities such as China and Hong Kong. It argues that their concerns about belonging, loneliness, the desire to buy a place `back home', and losing a language are shared by today's generation of social network expatriates.

Disruptive Power - Catholic Women, Miracles, and Politics in Modern Germany, 1918-1965 (Hardcover): Michael O'Sullivan Disruptive Power - Catholic Women, Miracles, and Politics in Modern Germany, 1918-1965 (Hardcover)
Michael O'Sullivan
R1,241 R1,161 Discovery Miles 11 610 Save R80 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Disruptive Power examines a surprising revival of faith in Catholic miracles in Germany from the 1920s to the 1960s. The book follows the dramatic stigmata of Therese Neumann of Konnersreuth and her powerful circle of followers that included theologians, Cardinals, politicians, journalists, monarchists, anti-fascists, and everyday pilgrims. Disruptive Power explores how this and other similar groups negotiated the precariousness of the Weimar Republic, the repression of the Third Reich, and the dynamic early years of the Federal Republic. Analyzing a network of rebellious traditionalists, O'Sullivan illustrates the divisions that characterized the German Catholic minority as they endured the tumultuous era of the world wars. Analyzing material from archives in Germany and the United States, Michael E. O'Sullivan investigates the unsanctioned but very popular visions in several rural towns after World War II, providing micro-histories that illuminate the impact of mystical faith on religiosity, politics, and gender norms.

Academic Barbarism, Universities and Inequality (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016): Michael O'Sullivan Academic Barbarism, Universities and Inequality (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2016)
Michael O'Sullivan
R2,205 Discovery Miles 22 050 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The image of the university is tarnished: this book examines how recent philosophies of education, new readings of its economics, new technologies affecting research and access, and contemporary novelists' representations of university life all describe a global university that has given up on its promise of greater educational equality.

Academic Barbarism, Universities and Inequality (Paperback, 1st ed. 2016): Michael O'Sullivan Academic Barbarism, Universities and Inequality (Paperback, 1st ed. 2016)
Michael O'Sullivan
R536 Discovery Miles 5 360 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The image of the university is tarnished: this book examines how recent philosophies of education, new readings of its economics, new technologies affecting research and access, and contemporary novelists' representations of university life all describe a global university that has given up on its promise of greater educational equality.

Michel Henry: Incarnation, Barbarism and Belief - An Introduction to the Work of Michel Henry (Paperback): Michael... Michel Henry: Incarnation, Barbarism and Belief - An Introduction to the Work of Michel Henry (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan
R914 R863 Discovery Miles 8 630 Save R51 (6%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book is a timely introduction in English to one of the most wide-ranging and imaginative philosophical projects of the last fifty years. It offers close readings of the main themes of Michel Henry's philosophy, a philosophy that has produced some of the most devastating critiques of phenomenology, Freudianism, and Marxism in this period. The author's contrasting of Henry's material phenomenology with Derridean deconstruction extends the range of recent critical theory in terms of embodiment and affectivity. In an age of rejuvenated evangelism and fundamentalism, the author's reading of Henry's later work on religion as an extension of his material phenomenology also presents a challenging examination of the foundations of Christian faith and belief. Presented in a clear and straightforward manner, with careful explication of the more difficult passages from Henry, this book also makes accessible to English readers, for the first time since their original publication, many of the texts central to Henry's phenomenology. It should be a welcome resource for researchers in the fields of French phenomenology and the phenomenology of religion.

Irish Expatriatism, Language and Literature - The Problem of English (Paperback): Michael O'Sullivan Irish Expatriatism, Language and Literature - The Problem of English (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan
R1,683 Discovery Miles 16 830 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Weakness: A Literary and Philosophical History (Paperback, Nippod): Michael O'Sullivan Weakness: A Literary and Philosophical History (Paperback, Nippod)
Michael O'Sullivan
R741 Discovery Miles 7 410 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Examining the nature of weakness has inspired some of the most influential aesthetic and philosophical portraits of the human condition. By reading a selection of canonical literary and philosophical texts, Michael O'Sullivan charts a history of responses to the experience and exploration of weakness. Beginning with Plato and Aristotle, this first book-length study of the concept explores weakness as it is interpreted by Lao Tzu, Nietzsche, Derrida, the Romantics, Dickens and the Modernists. It examines what feminist writers Simone de Beauvoir and Luce Irigaray have made of the gendered biomythology constructed around the figure of the "weaker vessel" and it considers related notions such as im-potentiality, a "syntax of weakness" and human vulnerability in the work of Agamben, Beckett and Coetzee. Through analysis of these differing versions of weakness, O'Sullivan's study challenges the popular myth that aligns masculine identity with strength and force and presents a humane weakness as a guiding motif for debates in ethics.

The Incarnation of Language - Joyce, Proust and a Philosophy of the Flesh (Paperback, Nippod): Michael O'Sullivan The Incarnation of Language - Joyce, Proust and a Philosophy of the Flesh (Paperback, Nippod)
Michael O'Sullivan
R660 R526 Discovery Miles 5 260 Save R134 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The Incarnation of Language investigates how the notion of incarnation has been employed in phenomenology and how this has influenced literary criticism. It then examines the interest that Joyce and Proust share in the concept of incarnation. By examining the themes of synthesis and embodiment that incarnation connotes for these writers, it offers a new reading of their work departing from critical readings that have privileged notions of radical alterity and difference.

You Are a Godsend! - Rediscover the Magnificent God-Given Mission You Were Born Remembering (Paperback): D. Michael... You Are a Godsend! - Rediscover the Magnificent God-Given Mission You Were Born Remembering (Paperback)
D. Michael O'sullivan
R276 R224 Discovery Miles 2 240 Save R52 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Humanities in Contemporary Chinese Contexts (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016): Evelyn T y Chan,... The Humanities in Contemporary Chinese Contexts (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2016)
Evelyn T y Chan, Michael O'Sullivan
R2,742 Discovery Miles 27 420 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This book brings together the perspectives of eminent and emerging scholars on contemporary issues relevant to the practice, pedagogy and institutionalization of the humanities in the three Chinese contexts of Hong Kong, Taiwan, and mainland China. It addresses the need to investigate how humanities discussions, often exclusively drawn from, and grounded in, western contexts, are today being played out in these three places. The humanities in contemporary Chinese contexts may have different social and pedagogical roles, and a consideration of them will enable people to moderate, and perhaps even refute, claims made in the recent (re)readings of the humanities. As Asian universities rise in the global rankings and as east-west university collaborations and partnerships become more common, it is important that the nature, practice and institutionalization of the humanities in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and mainland China are explored and described for English readers. Exploring new perspectives arising from an examination of the humanities in these places, this volume aims neither to establish a position of polarity, which would pit western sites against Chinese ones, nor to argue for universal sameness. Rather, the goal is to find nuanced correspondences and differences between these various backgrounds, so that there is a greater understanding of the specificities of Chinese contexts. This will help shed light not only on the contexts in question, but also potentially on how to rearticulate the importance of the humanities in general, creating an intercultural dialogue focused on the humanities. As the global university strives to move the different traditions of learning closer together through international rankings, rubrics, and shared research agendas, it is important that we explore these locations of potential cultural exchange.

Affecting Irishness - Negotiating Cultural Identity Within and Beyond the Nation (Paperback, New edition): James P. Byrne,... Affecting Irishness - Negotiating Cultural Identity Within and Beyond the Nation (Paperback, New edition)
James P. Byrne, Padraig Kirwan, Michael O'Sullivan
R1,213 R1,115 Discovery Miles 11 150 Save R98 (8%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This collection of new essays addresses a key debate in Irish studies. While it is important that new research endeavours to accommodate the new and powerful manifestations of Irishness that are evident today in our globalised economy, these considerations are often overlooked. The writers in this book seek to reconcile the established critical perspectives of Irish studies with a forward-looking critical momentum that incorporates the realities of globalisation and economic migration. The book initiates this vital discussion by bringing together a series of provocative and thoughtful essays, from both renowned and rising international scholars, on the vicissitudes of cultural identity in a post-modern, post-colonial and post-national Ireland. By including work by leading scholars in the fields of film studies, migration and Diaspora studies, travel literature and gender studies, this collection offers a thorough twenty-first-century interrogation of Irishness and provides a timely fusion of international perspectives on Irish cultural identity.

Weakness - A Literary and Philosophical History (Hardcover, New): Michael O'Sullivan Weakness - A Literary and Philosophical History (Hardcover, New)
Michael O'Sullivan
R2,843 Discovery Miles 28 430 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

This study charts a history of weakness in a selection of canonical works in literature and philosophy. Examining the nature of weakness has inspired some of the most influential aesthetic and philosophical portraits of the human condition. By reading a selection of canonical literary and philosophical texts, Michael O'Sullivan charts a history of responses to the experience and exploration of weakness. Beginning with Plato and Aristotle, this first book-length study of the concept explores weakness as it interpreted by Lao Tzu, Nietzsche, the Romantics, Dickens and the Modernists. It examines what feminist critics Elaine Showalter and Luce Irigaray make of the figure of the "weaker vessel" and considers philosophical notions such as radical passivity, a "syntax of weakness" and human vulnerability in the work of Derrida and Beckett and Coetzee. Through analysis of these differing versions of weakness, O'Sullivan's study challenges the popular myth that aligns masculine identity with strength and force and presents a humane weakness as a guiding motif for debates in ethics.

The Incarnation of Language - Joyce, Proust and a Philosophy of the Flesh (Hardcover): Michael O'Sullivan The Incarnation of Language - Joyce, Proust and a Philosophy of the Flesh (Hardcover)
Michael O'Sullivan
R2,606 Discovery Miles 26 060 Special order

The Incarnation of Language investigates how the notion of incarnation has been employed in phenomenology and how this has influenced literary criticism. It then examines the interest that Joyce and Proust share in the concept of incarnation. By examining the themes of synthesis and embodiment that incarnation connotes for these writers, it offers a new reading of their work departing from critical readings that have privileged notions of radical alterity and difference.

Brendan Behan - A Life (Hardcover): Michael O'Sullivan Brendan Behan - A Life (Hardcover)
Michael O'Sullivan
R558 R468 Discovery Miles 4 680 Save R90 (16%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Brendan Behan was already a legend of the literary world when he died in 1964 at the age of 41. Today his stature as a celebrated writer and wit, rebel and rake is firmly established, yet posterity tends to focus on the hackneyed image of the archetypal Irishman and spectacular drunk.

Citizenship Education in the Era of Globalization - Canadian Perspectives (Paperback): Michael O'Sullivan, Karen Pashby Citizenship Education in the Era of Globalization - Canadian Perspectives (Paperback)
Michael O'Sullivan, Karen Pashby
R763 Discovery Miles 7 630 Special order

This collection of timely articles is the first to explore the dynamics between globalization and education from a specifically Canadian perspective. The articles engage with emergent debates and new discourses around global orientations to citizenship education currently defining scholarly work and teaching practices in Canada. This book will, therefore, be of great interest to Canadian teacher educators who are seeking to infuse a global perspective into their pre-service programs as well as to globally-oriented undergraduate and graduate course instructors from a range of scholarly disciplines both in Canada and elsewhere. The Canadian perspective proves to be, not surprisingly, global in essence. The articles contained in Citizenship Education in the Era of Globalization: Canadian Perspectives map the history of citizenship, citizenship education and global studies and probe the notion of global citizenship for its possibilities and impossibilities. Recognizing the importance of engaging with the lives of students and teachers, the contributions also include articles reporting on research and theory about such topics as the complexities of second-generation youth identity and the extent to which mainstream teachers can bring global citizenship education into their classrooms. The collection presents an engaging look into the theory and practice of citizenship education in Canada during a time when bringing global issues to the classroom is an imperative of democratic schooling.

The Future of English in Asia - Perspectives on language and literature (Hardcover): David Huddart, Carmen Lee, Michael... The Future of English in Asia - Perspectives on language and literature (Hardcover)
David Huddart, Carmen Lee, Michael O'Sullivan
R2,789 Discovery Miles 27 890 Special order

This collection is unique in bringing together key thinkers on language and literature to discuss the future of English in Asia. Many of the contributors are themselves responsible for important sub-genres in English linguistics and literary studies and this collection gives them the opportunity to respond to each other directly. The different chapters also respond to different contemporary debates and emerging trends and discourses that are hugely important for the future of English language teaching in schools across Asia. This volume is also ground-breaking in bringing English literary studies and Applied English Linguistics together in the contemporary Asian context. The Future of English in Asia includes studies on the following subject areas: Cultural Translation in World Englishes, Multilingual Education, English Futures and the function of Literature, English Literary Studies in Japan, and English and Social Media in Asia. Well into this century, it appears that it is still very difficult to know what to expect when it comes to the future of English. The future of English will continue to be determined by complex local contexts. As it has in other parts of the world, the future of English in Asia will continue to rely on the proliferation of its transformations as much as its hegemonic status. This volume reflects the widespread acknowledgement that whatever future English has will inevitably be shaped by its fate in Asia. The collection will be a welcome resource for scholars and students of English linguistics, English literary studies, and topics related to the teaching of English in Asia.

Wittgenstein and Perception (Hardcover): Michael Campbell, Michael O'Sullivan Wittgenstein and Perception (Hardcover)
Michael Campbell, Michael O'Sullivan
R2,671 Discovery Miles 26 710 Special order

Throughout his career, Wittgenstein was preoccupied with issues in the philosophy of perception. Despite this, little attention has been paid to this aspect of Wittgenstein's work. This volume redresses this lack, by bringing together an international group of leading philosophers to focus on the impact of Wittgenstein's work on the philosophy of perception. The ten specially commissioned chapters draw on the complete range of Wittgenstein's writings, from his earliest to latest extant works, and combine both exegetical approaches with engagements with contemporary philosophy of mind. Topics covered include: perception and judgement in the Tractatus aspect-perception the putative intentionality of perception representationalism. The book also includes an overview which summarises the evolution of Wittgenstein's views on perception throughout his life. With an outstanding array of contributors, Wittgenstein and Perception is essential reading for students and scholars of Wittgenstein's work, as well as those working in philosophy of mind and philosophy of perception. Contributors: Yasuhiro Arahata, Michael Campbell, William Child, Daniel Hutto, Michael O'Sullivan, Marie McGinn, Michel terHark, Charles Travis, and Jose Zalabardo.

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