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Monday, March 26, 2018

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Explore new and recent titles in ethics and morality, philosophy of language, philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, the study of consciousness, and more—including:
An Investigation into the Varieties and Virtues of Anxiety
By Charlie Kurth
An empirically informed, philosophical account of the nature of anxiety and its value for agency, virtue, and decision making.
The Rationality of Deliberation and Judgment in Ethics
By Barry Hoffmaster and Cliff Hooker
How developing a more expansive, non-formal conception of reason produces richer ethical understandings of human situations, explored and illustrated with many real examples.
An Optimist's Guide to the Historical Sciences
By Adrian Currie
An argument that we should be optimistic about the capacity of “methodologically omnivorous” geologists, paleontologists, and archaeologists to uncover truths about the deep past.
Mapping Moral Stress, Distress, and Injury
By Tom Koch
An exploration of moral stress, distress, and injuries inherent in modern society through the maps that pervade academic and public communications worlds.
By Robert A. Wilson
An examination of eugenic thinking past and present, from forced sterilization to prenatal screening, drawing on experience with those who survived eugenics.
How Vulnerability Can Heal Medical Education and Practice
By Nicole M. Piemonte
How medical education and practice can move beyond a narrow focus on biological intervention to recognize the lived experiences of illness, suffering, and death.
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