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Series: Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies

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Aesthetics: A Comprehensive Anthology by Steve Cahn
African Philosophy: An Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies) by Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze
Analytic Philosophy: An Anthology by Aloysius Martinich
Contemporary Political Philosophy: An Anthology by Robert E. Goodin
Continental Aesthetics: Romanticism to Postmodernism: An Anthology by Richard Kearney
Continental Philosophy: An Anthology by William McNeill
Environmental Ethics: An Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies) by Andrew Light
Ethics in Practice: An Anthology by Hugh LaFollette
From Modernism to Postmodernism: An Anthology by Lawrence E. Cahoone
Metaphysics: An Anthology by Jaegwon Kim
Mind and Cognition: An Anthology by William G. Lycan
Philosophy of Biology: An Anthology by Alexander Rosenberg
Philosophy of Education: An Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies) by Randall Curren
Philosophy of Film and Motion Pictures: An Anthology by Noël Carroll
Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory: An Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies) by Dennis Patterson
The Philosophy of Literature: Contemporary and Classic Readings: An Anthology by Eileen John
Philosophy of Technology: The Technological Condition: An Anthology by Robert C. Scharff
Sports Ethics: An Anthology by Jan Boxill
Western Philosophy: An Anthology by John G. Cottingham
Feminist Theory: A Philosophical Anthology (Blackwell Philosophy Anthologies) by Ann Cudd23

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