Rebecca Buxton (pictured on the right) is a DPhil student at the University of Oxford. She specialises in the political philosophy of migration and displacement.
Interviews with Rebecca Buxton
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.
Interviews where books by Rebecca Buxton were recommended
The Philosopher Queens: The lives and legacies of philosophy's unsung women
by Lisa Whiting & Rebecca Buxton
The Meaning of Travel: Philosophers Abroad
by Emily Thomas
Frank Ramsey: A Sheer Excess of Powers
by Cheryl Misak
The Murder of Professor Schlick: The Rise and Fall of the Vienna Circle
by David Edmonds
Metazoa: Animal Life and the Birth of the Mind
by Peter Godfrey-Smith
2020 has been a great year for popular philosophy with many excellent books published. Here, Nigel Warburton, our philosophy editor and co-host of the Philosophy Bites podcast, picks his favourites and explains what he likes about them.