In the Absence of Human Beauty

In the Absence of Human Beauty

Philosophical Fragments

Vivid fragments engaging with ethical and sceptical themes by means of an engagement with several major European thinkers.


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A collection of vivid fragments engaging with ethical and sceptical themes by means of an engagement with several major European thinkers, including Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Levinas and Wittgenstein.

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An absorbing and Profound dialogue with the thinking of Levinas and Nietzsche and others. ~ Stephen Cheeke, Bristol University

"These fragments tremble with something rarely encountered in philosophical writing - the urgency of life." ~ Devorah Baum, University of Southampton

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Matthew Alun Ray
Matthew Alun Ray Matthew Alun Ray was educated at Bristol University, then the University of Warwick, where he received his PhD in philosophy. Ray has previ...
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