has been devoted to publishing works in textual
and archival history, scholarly editions and translations, and
contextual studies of philosophers and philosophical movements. The
series has been edited
by the Journal
of the History of Philosophy’s
editorial board, and has been published by Humanity Books, a scholarly
of Prometheus Books. JHP
will no longer
be considering manuscripts for this series. However,
we are proud to offer in JHP Books the
J. Harrelson, The
Ontological Argument from Descartes to Hegel (2008).
of Berkeley’s Thought, ed. Stephen
H. Brobjer, Nietzsche
and the “English”: The Influence of British and
American Thinking on
C. Fouke, Philosophy
and Theology in a Burlesque Mode: John Toland and “The Way of
as a Moral Thinker: Christianity,
Technology, Nihilism (2004).
Post-Renaissance Thought: New
Interpretations, ed. José R. Maia Neto and Richard
Against Cartesian Philosophy, ed., trans., annotated, and
Thomas M. Lennon (2003).
available from Humanity
and wherever scholarly texts are sold.