Books by Thomas Nagel
Interviews where books by Thomas Nagel were recommended
How should we live? What is the nature of reality? Should pro golfers be allowed to use carts? British philosopher Nigel Warburton sets us off down the road of philosophical enquiry with an intriguing list of introductory philosophy books.
Given the choice between allowing five people to die, and killing one person, what would you do? What is the utilitarian argument for vegetarianism? Should we be able to sell our kidneys? The philosopher suggests some answers and picks the best books on ‘ethical problems.’
The best books on Navigating the Future: a reading list for young adults, recommended by Chris Kutarna
We are living in times of unprecedented uncertainty and upheaval – and of unprecedented progress and opportunity too. Chris Kutarna, political scientist and co-author of Age of Discovery, here selects five books that will help young adults navigate this uncertain future and achieve their full potential.
Leszek Kolakowski (trans. by Agnieszka Kolakowska)
by Thomas Nagel
A Short History of Ethics
by Alasdair MacIntyre
Modernism as a Philosophical Problem: On the Dissatisfactions of European High Culture
by Robert B. Pippin
The Spiritual Dimension: Religion, Philosophy and Human Value
by John Cottingham
Dr Andrew Brower Latz, the head of philosophy at Manchester Grammar School, one of Britain’s leading secondary schools, talks about why it’s important to study philosophy and recommends five books to get an interested teen started.