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Worlds Without End: The Many Lives of the Multiverse

by Mary-Jane Rubenstein Columbia University Press (January 28, 2014)

“Multiverse” cosmologies imagine our universe as just one of a vast number of others. While this idea has captivated philosophy, religion, and literature for millennia, it is now being considered as a scientific...


Encountering Religion: Responsibility and Criticism After Secularism

by Tyler Roberts Columbia University Press (September 17, 2013)

Tyler Roberts encourages scholars to abandon the conceptual opposition between “secular” and “religious” to better understand the revival of political and public religion across the world. Roberts approaches...


The Problem with God: Why Atheists, True Believers, and Even Agnostics Must All Be Wrong

by Peter Steinberger Columbia University Press (June 04, 2013)

Whether people praise, worship, criticize, or reject God, they all presuppose at least a rough notion of what it means to talk about God. Turning the certainty of this assumption on its head, a respected educator...


Philosophies of Happiness

by Diana Lobel Columbia University Press (November 14, 2017)

What does it mean to be truly happy? In Philosophies of Happiness, Diana Lobel provides a rich spectrum of arguments for a theory of happiness as flourishing or well-being, offering a global, cross-cultural,...


The Intimate Universal

by William Desmond Columbia University Press (November 15, 2016)

William Desmond sees religion, art, philosophy, and politics as essential and distinctive modes of human practice, manifestations of an intimate universality that illuminates individual and social being. They...


The Fate of Wonder

by Kevin M. Cahill Columbia University Press (October 18, 2011)

Kevin Cahill reclaims one of Ludwig Wittgenstein's most passionately pursued endeavors: to reawaken wonder for the mysterious place of human life and language in the world. Following the philosopher's spiritual...


Excellent Beauty: The Naturalness of Religion and the Unnaturalness of the World

by Eric Dietrich Columbia University Press (June 09, 2015)

Flipping convention on its head, Eric Dietrich argues that science uncovers awe-inspiring, enduring mysteries, while religion, regarded as the source for such mysteries, is a biological phenomenon. Just like...


Nietzsche Versus Paul

by Abed Azzam Columbia University Press (March 10, 2015)

Abed Azzam offers a fresh interpretation of Nietzsche’s engagement with the work of Paul the Apostle, reorienting the relationship between the two thinkers while embedding modern philosophy within early Christian...


Christo-Fiction: The Ruins of Athens and Jerusalem

by Robin Mackay Columbia University Press (April 28, 2015)

François Laruelle’s lifelong project of “nonphilosophy,” or “nonstandard philosophy,” thinks past the theoretical limits of Western philosophy to realize new relations between religion, science, politics,...