Passion for Wisdom Readings in Western Philosophy on Love and Desire

ISBN-10: 0130494550

ISBN-13: 9780130494559

Edition: 2004

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Description: For courses in Introductory Western Philosophy and History of Philosophy. This reader in Western Philosophy focuses on the themes of love and desire. Complete and excerpted texts are preceded by substantive introductions and study questions. Includes brief biographies of the thinkers presented and provide historical context of the periods.

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List price: $131.40
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 2/18/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 792
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.530
Language: English

Rebecca Tsaros Dickson writes. Because it's what she knows.Stints as a reporter for two daily newspapers, which included two Presidential Primary races, taught her the value of a well-chosen word. She left journalism in 2006 to play Momma, but instead found herself filling blank pages (hundreds) while the kids napped. Her first book was released in November 2010. The collection of short stories, aptly titled "I Could Tell You Stories," was released with its own playlist and a boatload of art.Her newest release, "Say My Name," began as an experiment on her blog. A fictional story about high school lovers who reconnect in their 40s, it rides the edge of life's toughest moments. It aims at teaching us how we interact as people through voyeuristic scenes of love and loss. And it is raw with emotion, a style which began with "I Could Tell You Stories."Her new project, temporarily dubbed "Don't Ruin my Life: Crap my kids say" is in the works.Becky lives with people - and too many dogs - in the middle of nowhere, New Hampshire. For now, it's where she belongs.

Ancient Philosophy
Selected Fragments from Empedocles
Symposium
FromOn the Generation of Animals
Letter to Menoceus
FromMeditations
Medieval Philosophy
FromEnneads
FromConfessions
FromSumma Theologica
From her letters, poetry, and visions
FromThe Letters of Heloise and Abelard
FromThe Life of Saint Teresa of Avila By Herself, and the Way of Perfection
Teresa of Avila
FromDark Night of the SoulJohn of the Cross
Modern Philosophy
FromThe Passions of the Soul
From her correspondence with Descartes, Elisabeth of Bohemia
“Of Chastity and Modesty” from theTreatise on Human Nature
FromEthics
FromEmile
FromA Vindication of the Rights of Women
FromGroundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals
FromPhilosophy in the Bedroom
Nineteenth Century Philosophy
“Independence and Dependence of Self-Consciousness: Lordship and Bondage” inPhenomenology of Spirit
FromThe Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts of 1844andDas Capital
FromThe Gay Science,Beyond Good and Evil,andEcce Homo
“Make Room for Winged Eros: A Letter to Working Youth
“The Sexual Aberrations” fromThree Essays on the Theory of Sexuality
FromThe Works of Love
Twentieth Century Philosophy
“In Place of an Introduction” fromIntroduction to the Reading of Hegel: Lectures on the Phenomenology of Spirit
FromBeing and Nothingness
FromThe Second Sex
FromBlack Skin, White Masks
“The Dialectic of Solitude
FromThe Visible and the Invisible
FromEros and Civilization
FromTime and the Other
“The Ethics of the Concern for Self as a Practice of Freedom
Contemporary Philosophy
“Sexual Inversions
“Eros, Eroticism and the Pedagogical Process
“Constructing Love, Desire, and Care
“Antioch's `Sexual Offense Policy': A Philosophical Exploration
“AH! My Foolish Heart: A Reply to Alan Soble
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