Lisbon Philosophical Studies (Peter Lang)

 

Lisbon Philosophical Studies – Uses of Language in Interdisciplinary Fields is the book series of IFILNOVA. Its aim is the publication of high-quality monographs, edited collections and conference proceedings in areas related to the philosophy of language, such as aesthetics, argumentation theory, epistemology, ethics, logic, philosophy of mind and political philosophy.

The purpose of the series is to reflect the activities of the Institute as well as contemporary research in these areas, encouraging the interchange of arguments and ideas between philosophy and other disciplines.
 

 

Paolo Stellino

Nietzsche and Dostoevsky: On the Verge of Nihilism

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João Fonseca & Jorge Gonçalves (eds)

Philosophical Perspectives on the Self

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Gabriele de Angelis & Paulo Barcelos (eds)

The Long Quest for Identity: Political Identity and Fundamental Rights Protection in the European Union

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Maria Filomena Molder, Diana Soeiro & Nuno Fonseca (eds)

Morphology: Questions on Method and Language

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Luca Baptista & ErichRast (eds)

Meaning and Context

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Meaning and Context

 

António Marques & Nuno Venturinha (eds)

Wittgenstein on Forms of Life and the Nature of Experience

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Wittgenstein on forms

Institutions

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