Philosophy begins, Aristotle said, with wonder: it addresses the great questions of life. This process of self discovery through philosophy leads one to ask questions not only about human existence but also about God.
Philosophy The quest for truth and meaning
Category: Epistemology and Metaphysic
Saussure A guide for the perplexed
This guide for the perplexed introduces the readers to the ways in which Saussure developed his revolutionary insights on language in the context of the linguistics of his time. IT also provides clear definitions and explanations of the basic nations that forms the substance of his work, with relevant examples of how they apply to the understanding of language and symbolic systems.
Walter Benjamin Illuminations
Walter Benjamin is one of the most original cultural critics of the twentieth century. Illuminations includes his view on Kafka, with whom he felt a close personal affinity: his studies on Baudelaire and Prosusl: and his essays on Leskov and on Brecht's epic theater,
Walter Benjamin Reflection
A companion volume to illuminations, the first collection of Walter Benjamin's writings, reflections presents a further sampling of his wide ranging work. Here Benjamin evolves a theory of language as the medium of all creation.
The mind body problem in philosophy
This book deals with the central issues in the philosophy of mind. It discusses in detail the dominant western theories of mind and exposes the inadequacy of each.In their place the author recommends a broader ontology of framework for making sense of the apparent dichotomy of mind and body.