Philosophy & Religion

Combining the strengths of the Springer and Palgrave Macmillan brands, this year’s Springer Nature Philosophy & Religion Collection is better than ever! 

There are book by well-known contemporary thinkers including Naomi Zack, Gerard Mannion, Luce Irigaray, and Luciano Floridi. Topical issues addressed are: postcolonial theology, African American philosophy, philosophy of cognitive science, Korean philosophy, artificial intelligence and sustainable development, bioethics and speculative realism. In addition to a superb range of monographs and contributed volumes, the Collection includes a number of textbooks, carefully crafted for student use. With over 300 titles to choose from, every scholar and student is certain to find books in their field that they will want to download and read.

337 Titles in the Collection

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The Philosophy & Religion collection offers a rich mix of book types for all user groups: students, faculty, researchers, and professionals. Making it an unparalleled resource to excel research and learning. All books are available without DRM, making them accessible simultaneously by an unlimited number of users.

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