Just out from Bloomsbury!


Phenomenology, I think, is what makes Lambert Wiesing’s The Philosophy of Perception so startling The book turns perception upside down.  He’s saying, roughly, that perception determines and controls us, rather than the other way around.  The text is full of provocative propositions  about everyday perceptions, especially the perception of images, and not shy about spelling out the implications for the discipline of philosophy past and present.  Visit the publisher at http://bloomsbury.com/uk/search?q=Philosophy+of+Perception&Gid=1

Author: Nancy Roth