9 Astonishing Contemporary Philosophy Books from Princeton University Press

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‘Princeton Foundations of Contemporary Philosophy’ is a new list released by Princeton University Press, and it is available online. There are nine great books in the collection, ranging from the philosophy of mathematics to the philosophy of language. These state-of-the-art volumes on important active research areas in contemporary philosophy are intended to give high-level introductions for students and new perspectives for academics in their respective fields of study. Leading experts in their respective subjects write these astounding philosophical books. These works present new, unified perspectives of their subjects, ranging from their recent history and major themes to their most exciting new developments and most significant outstanding questions.

We feel that lifelong learners should look at these philosophy books. That’s why we’ve curated this collection for you!


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