Monday, December 03, 2007

Dear Santa (I been good)

Brian Leiter announces with pride that his co-edited volume The Oxford Handbook of Continental Philosophy is now available. Based on the stellar list of contributors, I have to say it looks terrific. Of course, "available" is a relative term. Amazon has it listed for $153.

[Update (12/26)]: Rats.

4 comments:

colin said...

I can't help finding it depressing that Leiter seems to attract such interesting contributors because I would dearly love to never own anything with his name on it. The essays by Carman, Gutting and Rosen all look particularly interesting so when it comes out in paperback I will probably shell out for it.

Duck said...

Even in paperback, at 800 pages it'll probably cost $70 or so. But just think – you'll get free shipping!

colin said...

oh, the savings!

Ben Wolfson said...

I suspect that Gutting's contribution could equally well have been titled "What Is Missing from This Volume?".