About this series
Philosophy is the struggle for clarity about the contexts of human discourse we engage in. What we need is not theoretical explanation, but clarification and elucidation of what lies before us. Recent returns to theory in many fields of philosophy, involving more and more convoluted attempts to meet inevitable counter-examples to such theories make this need all the more urgent. This series affords an opportunity for writers who share this conviction one as relevant to logic, epistemology and the philosophy of mind as it is to ethics, politics, aesthetics and the philosophy of religion. Authors engage with the thought of influential philosophers and contemporary movements, thus making the series a focal point for lively discussion.