Series: Continental European Philosophy

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The Philosophy of Agamben (Continental European Philosophy) by Catherine Mills
The Philosophy of Derrida by Mark Dooley
The Philosophy of Foucault by Todd May
The Philosophy of Gadamer by Jean Grondin
The Philosophy of Habermas (Continental European Philosophy) by Andrew Edgar
The Philosophy of Hegel (Continental European Philosophy) by Allen Speight
The Philosophy of Husserl (Continental European Philosophy) by Piers Benn
The Philosophy of Kierkegaard (Continental European Philosophy) by George Pattison
The Philosophy of Merleau-Ponty (Continental European Philosophy (Paperback)) by Eric Matthews
The Philosophy of Nietzsche (Continental European Philosophy) by Rex Welshon
The philosophy of sartre by Anthony Hatzimoysis
The Philosophy of Schopenhauer (Continental European Philosophy) by Dale Jacquette

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