Three new philosophy books

Posted by Thomas Sutton on May 6, 2006

I’ve just bought three new philosophy books: Logic by Greg Restall Conspicuous Consumption by Thorstein Veblen, and On The Public by Alastair Hannay.

I happened to spot Logic: An Introduction on the shelf and needed to buy it. Hence, now that I’ve got a bit of money to spare, I have bought it. I expect it will be brilliant.

I’ve already read one volume from Routledge’s Thinking In Action series and, as previously noted I really liked it. Hopefully On The Public will be just as good.

I’ve liked some of the other books in Penguin’s Great Ideas series, so I hope that Conspicuous Consumption will be just as interesting.

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