Just in time for the holidays, there are two new volumes in the Routledge Philosophers series I edit: Kant by Paul Guyer of the University of Pennsylvania and Darwin by Tim Lewens of Cambridge University. Like all titles in the series, they are available in paperback.
As of early September, volumes in the series had already sold over 17,000 copies, which makes it a smashing success by the standards of academic publishing. And 2007 promises another batch of outstanding volumes, including Aristotle by Christopher Shields of Oxford University, Husserl by David Woodruff Smith of the University of California at Irvine, Spinoza by Michaell Della Rocca of Yale University, Rawls by Samuel Freeman of the University of Pennsylvania, Merleau-Ponty by Taylor Carman of Barnard College and Columbia University, Hume by Don Garrett of New York University, and Heidegger by John Richardson also of New York University.
For 2008 and after, look for volumes on Aquinas by Christopher Hughes, Einstein by Arthur Fine and Thomas Ryckman, Kierkegaard by Andrew Cross, Fichte and Schelling by Sebastian Gardner, Descartes by Edwin Curley, Socrates by Paul Woodruff, Plato by Constance Meinwald, Adorno by Brian O'Connor, Marx by Alan Gilbert, Nietzsche by Maudemarie Clark and David Dudrick, Berkeley by Lisa Downing, Carnap by Michael Friedman, Frege by Warren Goldfarb and Thomas Ricketts, Quine by Dagfinn Follesdal, and Habermas by Keneneth Baynes, among others.