Back to philosophy: A reading list

Are you taking any philosophy courses as part of your degree this year? Or are you continuing with a second degree in philosophy? Then look no further for the best in philosophy research. We’ve
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Are you taking any philosophy courses as part of your degree this year? Or are you continuing with a second degree in philosophy? Then look no further for the best in philosophy research. We’ve brought together some of our most popular textbooks to help you prepare for the new academic year. From Plato to Descartes, ancient wisdom to modern philosophical issues, this list provides a great first stop for under-graduate and post-graduate students alike. Under-graduate: Context and Communication by Herman Cappelen and Josh Dever Does the meaning of a question change dependent on how it’s asked? Is the meaning of a thought changed by how we think about that thought? Students of linguistics and philosophy of language will benefit from this introduction to literature, theories, and discussions surrounding the concept of “context” in communication. Philosophy of Social Science: A New Introduction edited by Nancy Cartwright and Eleonora Montuschi Social science and philosophy students will. . .

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