'This invaluable volume explores and illustrates a fascinating variety of current philosophical positions . . . The book should be of great value to anyone interested in 'world philosophy', in how philosophy bears critically on 'real-life' contemporary issues and in how the practice of philosophy should be understood and redefined in our own time.'
    Professor Karl Ameriks, University of Notre Dame

'This is a lively collection of essays about the place of philosophy in contemporary culture . . . The breadth of reference is exhilarating - if this is what philosophy is, it's future is assured.'
    Professor Thomas Baldwin, University of York