Routledge Gives Free Access to 6,000 eBooks in June (Including Philosophy & Cultural Studies Texts)

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A quick note: After dig­i­tiz­ing over 15,000 books, Rout­ledge has made 6,000 of these e‑texts free for view­ing dur­ing the month of June. You can browse the com­plete list of titles in Rout­ledge’s e‑catalog by click­ing here. Once you have select­ed a title, you can then click the blue “View Inside this Book” but­ton to start read­ing the text. The col­lec­tion includes lots of works focused on Eco­nom­ics, Finance and Busi­nessPol­i­tics and Inter­na­tion­al Rela­tions; and Phi­los­o­phy and Cul­tur­al Stud­ies.The lat­ter cat­e­go­ry will undoubt­ed­ly inter­est our many philo­soph­i­cal­ly-mind­ed read­ers. Among the texts you will find Fou­cault and Edu­ca­tionCul­tur­al Analy­sis The Work of Peter L. Berg­er, Mary Dou­glas, Michel Fou­cault, and Jür­gen Haber­mas; Hei­deg­ger and the Roman­tics: The Lit­er­ary Inven­tion of Mean­ingThe Note­books of Simone Weil; and A His­tor­i­cal Intro­duc­tion to Phe­nom­e­nol­o­gy. The image above comes from The Phe­nom­e­no­log­i­cal Mind by Shaun Gal­lagher and Dan Zahavi.

via Leit­er Reports

Relat­ed Con­tent:

800 Free eBooks for iPad, Kin­dle & Oth­er Devices

Free Online Phi­los­o­phy Cours­es

Michel Fou­cault: Free Lec­tures on Truth, Dis­course & The Self

170 Free Text­books: A Meta Col­lec­tion

Read 9 Books By Noam Chom­sky Free Online


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