The Space of Love and Garbage: And Other Essays from the Harvard Review of Philosophy
Focusing on personal, emotional, and political issues, these witty, brilliant essays from the Harvard Review of Philosophy strive to illuminate those areas of philosophy and life that are most important to living “the good life” to its fullest as an individual and as a citizen. From immigration to moral intuition, from love to hubris, these essays demonstrate how philosophy tackles modernity’s central questions.
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