Books by Kate Manne
Interviews where books by Kate Manne were recommended
When it comes to the big names in philosophy, very few people think of women and the books that make the canon have, traditionally, almost always been written by European or American men. Here, Rebecca Buxton and Lisa Whiting, editors of The Philosopher Queens, a book that collects together articles about the most important women philosophers, talk through their selection of the best philosophy books written by women.
Down Girl: The Logic of Misogyny
by Kate Manne
Aristotle's Way: How Ancient Wisdom Can Change Your Life
by Edith Hall
I Am Dynamite!: A Life of Nietzsche
by Sue Prideaux
Hiking with Nietzsche: On Becoming Who You Are
by John Kaag
Being and Nothingness
by Jean-Paul Sartre & Sarah Richmond (translator)
What can Nietzsche and Aristotle teach us about how to live? Should everyone read Being and Nothingness? From a philosophical approach to misogyny to an interrogation of whether it’s morally acceptable to have a Facebook account, philosopher Nigel Warburton introduces us to the best philosophy books of 2018.
How do evil-doers justify their behaviour? A common view of evil sees dehumanisation as fundamental. Yale psychologist Paul Bloom argues, however, that the picture may not be so simple. The most callous acts of cruelty and evil involve recognising the human feelings of the victim, their ability to feel shame and humiliation.