Category: Philosophy

Announcing Penn Press’s Spring 2021 catalog!

Exciting new titles this season include: • An Illustrated Business History of the United States by Richard Vague, a sweeping, lively, and highly approachable history of American business from the nation’s… READ MORE

Announcing Penn Press’s Fall 2020 catalog!

Exciting new titles this season include: • In Defense of Populism by Donald T. Critchlow, which argues, contrary to contemporary warnings about the dangers of populism, that grassroots activism is essential… READ MORE

The Bookmark

Today, we have a guest post from Jesús R. Velasco, Professor of Spanish at Yale University and author of Dead Voice: Law, Philosophy, and Fiction in the Iberian Middle Ages…. READ MORE

Announcing Penn Press’s Spring 2020 catalog!

Exciting new titles this season include:  Bank Notes and Shinplasters by Joshua R. Greenberg, which shows how Americans accumulated and wielded monetary information in order to navigate the early republic's… READ MORE

Is literary theory secular?

Today's guest post comes from Yael Almog, who teaches at the department of theology at the Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, and is author of Secularism and Hermeneutics, new from Penn… READ MORE

Charles Péguy: Past, present, and future

Today, we have a guest post from Matthew Maguire, Associate Professor of History and Catholic Studies at DePaul University and author of Carnal Spirit: The Revolutions of Charles Péguy, new… READ MORE

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