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Psychology and Literature: Mindful Close Reading

Mindful Aesthetics: Literature and the Science of Mind

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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... Evolution,” in Mechanisms of Life History Evolution: The Genetics and Physiology of Life History Traits and Trade-offs, eds. Thomas Flatt and Andreas Heyland (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011), 153–68.—although before life-history theory...
... friends who joined Clarke and Cripps on the early part of their travels was Thomas Robert Malthus Malthus, Thomas Robert , who was collecting data for the second edition of his famous book on population. Taking after his father who published...
... written by Suhrawardi himself.Bibliography Isagoge, breve introductorium arabum in scientiam logicae, cum versione Latina, trans. Thomas Novariensis , Rome , 1625. Al-Abhari’s Isaghuji fi’l-mantiq, trans. Edwin Calverly , in D. B. Macdonald Memorial Volume, Princeton : Princeton University Press, 1933....

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Foucault and Nietzsche : A Critical Encounter

Bloomsbury Academic, 2018

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... by external pressures, but the drives themselves are always present. It is the expression of these drives that form values, ideas, and character types.Brian Leiter presents the clearest and most robust construal of Nietzsche’s character-type...

Cambridge: January 1929 to February 1938

Brian McGuinness

Brian McGuinness is Professor of the History of Philosophy at the University of Siena, Italy. He is author of Tractatus Logico–Philosophicus (with David Pears) and A Life of Wittgenstein (Volume 1, Young Ludwig, 1988). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Peter Winslow

Peter Winslow is a professional translator. He has translated the work of Karl Kraus. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Wittgenstein’s Family Letters : Corresponding with Ludwig

Bloomsbury Academic, 2019

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... by Thomas Stonborough, who made friends with her in Cambridge. She came under the protection of Gretl and was a constant companion of Ludwig’s, who spoke of her in Cambridge as his fiancée. She actually married Talla Sjögren, not without...
... were editions and translations of parts of the Prima secundae of Aquinas, St Thomas St Thomas Aquinas’s Summa theologiae , contributions to the Blackfriars sixty-volume edition. They rank with the better volumes in the project, though...
...Morgan, Thomas Thomas Morgan was born in Wales and died on 14 January 1743. He was at one time a dissenting minister at Frome, Somerset, from which position he was dismissed for holding deistic opinions. He began to publish in the wake...
...Widely recognized as being one of the most important and influential figures of Islamic philosophy in Iran in the twentieth century, ‘Allamah Tabataba’i was born in Tabriz on 12 Dhu’l-Hijja 1321/March 17, 1904, into a family famous...
...Sayyid Haydar al-Amuli was an influential mystical scholar in northern Persia during the eighth/fourteenth century whose chief importance consisted of integrating the metaphysical and cosmological doctrines of Ibn al-‘Arabi with those...
... to receive his education at the Anderson Institution and the Glasgow Mechanics’ Institute, where he came under the influence of Andrew Ure Ure, Andrew and Thomas Clark Clark, Thomas Graham, Thomas , respectively. Further chemical contacts were...