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The Handmaid's Tale and Philosophy

The Handmaid's Tale and Philosophy: A Womb of One's Own

Edited by Rachel Robison-Greene

 “ The Handmaid’s Tale and Philosophy, with its insightful and inspiring explorations, takes up arms with Offred and the other Handmaids, providing a powerful sword and shield against those who oppress them. Gilead has never been sliced and diced with such brutal and shocking effect. Don’t let the bastards grind you down!”

— Kimberly Baltzer-Jaray, author of Doorway to the World of Essences (2011)


WikiLeaking: The Ethics of Secrecy and Exposure

Edited by Christian Cotton and Robert Arp

“In this timely book, a team of fearless thinkers takes on some timeless topics of truth, secrecy, transparency, and responsibility. Their reflections are not to be missed. If this were not being published, it would be leaked. It’s that important!”

—Tom Morris, bestselling author of The Oasis Within (2015), Philosophy for Dummies (1999) and If Aristotle Ran General Motors (1998)

Westworld and Philosophy

Westworld and Philosophy: Mind Equals Blown

Edited by Richard Greene and Joshua Heter

“This is an awesome companion to the strangely haunting, wonderfully baffling, philosophically thrilling site of Westworld in television and film.”

—Charles Taliaferro, professor of philosophy at St. Olaf College

Amy Schumer and Philosophy

Amy Schumer and Philosophy: Brainwreck!

Edited by Charlene Elsby and Rob Luzecky

“virtually every aspect of Amy Schumer’s prolific career gets a hilarious philosophical treatment. Readers looking for a philosophically informed laugh will not be able to put this book down.”

 —Daniel W. Smith, author of Essays on Deleuze (2012)

The Twilight Zone and Philosophy

The Twilight Zone and Philosophy: A Dangerous Dimension to Visit

Edited by Heather L. Rivera and Alexander E. Hooke

“Welcome to a wide-ranging exploration of a series that was well ahead of its time and remains very relevant to the challenges of the present moment.”

—Helen Buss Mitchell, author of Roots of Wisdom: A Tapestry of Philosophical Traditions (2002)

Iron Man vs Captain America and Philosophy

Iron Man vs. Captain America and Philosophy: Give Me Liberty or Keep Me Safe

Edited by Nicolas Michaud and Jessica Watkins

Iron Man vs. Captain America and Philosophy is a superhero-packed, true-believers’ adventure destined to enlighten, entertain, and get you to think deeply about what it means to be a hero in this crazy world.”

—Courtland Lewis, author of Way of the Doctor: Doctor Who’s Pocketbook Guide to the Good Life (2017)

Scott Adams and Philosophy

Scott Adams and Philosophy: A Hole in the Fabric of Reality

Edited by Daniel Yim, Galen Foresman, and Robert Arp

“For many years, Scott Adams has used Dilbert and his other writings as a way of getting at deeper truths. Scott Adams and Philosophy deconstructs Adams and allows readers to experience the real richness of his work.”

— Jack Bowen, author of The Dream Weaver: One Boy’s Journey through the Landscape of Reality (2006)

Twin Peaks and Philosophy

Twin Peaks and Philosophy: That’s Damn Fine Philosophy!

Edited by Richard Greene and Rachel Robison-Greene

Twin Peaks and Philosophy unfolds the Twin Peaks origami in a series of revelations that are sure to lead readers, as they did me, back and back again to formerly unnoticed details, finally decoded plot lines, and suddenly illuminated scenes. It’s a wild, irresistible, and satisfying ride.”

 — Peter S. Fosl, Professor of Philosophy, Transylvania University

An Introduction to Husserl’s Phenomenology

An Introduction to Husserl’s Phenomenology

Jan Patočka

“Kohák’s enormously readable translation of Jan Patočka’s Introduction now opens access for English readers to the Czech thinker’s famously original alternative to Husserl’s basic thrust.”

—Lester Embree, Editor, The Encyclopedia of Phenomenology

1984 and Philosophy

1984 and Philosophy: Is Resistance Futile?

Edited by Ezio Di Nucci and Stefan Storrie

The year 1984 is hurtling back into the distant past, but George Orwell’s terrifying novel of a nightmare future seems more relevant than ever.

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