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Machiavelli: The Art of Teaching People What To Fear

Readers looking to learn more about the thinker, as well as those seeking an introduction, will find this creative work appealing.


Out of My Head: On the Trail of Consciousness

The presentation of this work may appeal to some readers seeking a new approach to the elusive trail of consciousness. Yet the majority of audiences will find this structure off-putting as its style further complicates an already complex topic.

Witcraft: The Invention of Philosophy in English

Rather than a dry chronicle of philosophers with the same old stories we’ve read before, this work offers new insight and perspective into historically significant thinkers.


Morphing Intelligence: From IQ Measurement to Artificial Brains

While not for novice readers, this work will appeal to those with an interest in the philosophy of mind.

I Am Dynamite! A Life of Nietzsche

Anyone seeking an introduction to Nietzsche's life and how it shaped his work will enjoy this book. [See Prepub Alert, 4/23/18.]

Hiking with Nietzsche: On Becoming Who You Are

A wonderful introduction to Nietzsche set against the unique backdrop of the landscape and cities he experienced. The tone and writing style make it accessible to general readers, while the content will reward those familiar with Nietzsche as well.

When Einstein Walked with Gödel: Excursions to the Edge of Thought

Holt's latest is as stimulating as his previous work; he has a talent for explaining complex ideas in a concise yet accessible way. Recommended for readers with an interest in the history of ideas, philosophy, mathematics, and science. [See Prepub Alert, 11/12/17.]

The Philosophical Parent: Asking the Hard Questions About Having and Raising Children

Kazez's combination of philosophy and parenting experience makes this work recommended for parents who are searching for answers to meaningful questions surrounding child-rearing.

Knowing the Score: What Sports Can Teach Us About Philosophy (And What Philosophy Can Teach Us About Sports)

Papineau's very accessible and passionate work should interest sports fans and philosophers who are looking for a unique intersection of the two topics.

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