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Southampton Philosophers contribute to prestigious Blackwell Companion in Philosophy series

Published: 
8 March 2017
Blackwell Companions of Philosophy

A Companion to Mill, edited by Christopher Macleod and David E. Miller and recently published by Wiley-Blackwell, features entries by two Southampton philosophers on the moral philosophy of John Stuart Mill. Ben Saunders contributes a chapter titeld “Mill's Conception of Happiness”, while Brian McElwee contributes a chapter titled “Mill and Virtue”.

A Companion to Wittgenstein, edited by Hans-Johann Glock and John Hyman and also recently published by Wiley-Blackwell publication, features entries by two more Southampton philosophers. Ray Monk's chapter is titled "Ludwig Wittgenstein: A Sketch of His Life", while Daniel Whiting's chapter is titled "Languages, Language-Games, and Forms of Life".

These significant contributions to the major series Blackwell Companions to Philosophy testify to our strengths in ethics, Wittgenstein and early analytic philosophy, and language, logic and metaphysics.

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