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BookMcFee, GrahamThis book is a further major intervention into the philosophical aesthetics of dance by a philosopher who has devoted much of his professional career to the consideration of dance. It is intended for the interested general reader as well as the postgr . . .
BookMcFee, GrahamWittgenstein on Mind, Meaning and Context: Seven Essays elaborates a distinctive perspective on the later philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, exploring a number of themes from his work, sometimes addressing particular issues, sometimes responding to cr . . .
BookMcFee, GrahamRecent decades have seen attacks on philosophy as an irrelevant field of inquiry when compared with science. In this book, Graham McFee defends the claims of philosophy against attempts to minimize either philosophy’s possibility or its importance by . . .
BookLee, Emily S.This book introduces and explores the relation between race and phenomenology through varied African American, Latina, Asian American, and White American perspectives. Phenomenology is best known as a descriptive endeavor to more accurately describe o . . .