Series in Philosophy / Communication
Eight Volumes, 2003-2010
Ramsey Eric Ramsey, Series Editor
The Series in Philosophy / Communication is a monographic series that publishes original work in philosophy of communication and communication studies. Authors include Les Amis, Corey Anton, Pat Arneson, David Gunkel, Michael Hyde, Craig Smith, and Calvin O. Schrag.
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The series was established by Purdue University Press and is now managed by the Philosophy Documentation Center. All volumes are available on this site.
"With this important treatise on the contemporary philosophy of interpretation [vol.1], Schrag takes his stand at the leading edge of hermeneutical discussion. ... Highly recommended."
"Brilliant exploration of the live-giving force behind the very act of acknowledging another human being [vol.2]....The depth of scholarship is exceeded only by the wealth of case studies from life and literature."
— Roy V. Wood, University of Denver
"This fine collection [vol.3] provides a useful and readable introduction to the philosophy of communication. The volume draws together works by accomplished thinkers each working with one of the 20th century's most important philosophers."
— Stanley Deetz, University of Colorado, Boulder
"Thinking Otherwise [vol.4] will become a classic .... The philosophical dimensions of information and communication technology have never been outlined better."
— Clifford G. Christians, University of Illinois
· ISSN 2768-3028 (print) · Irregular · Print copies not availale ·
· ISSN 2768-3036 (online) · Access includes vol.1-8 (2003-2010) ·
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