New Perspectives in Ontology

Series Editor(s): Peter Gratton, Sean J. McGrath

Publishes the best new work on the question of being and the history of metaphysics

After the linguistic and structuralist turn of the 20th Century, a renaissance in metaphysics and ontology is occurring. Following in the wake of speculative realism and new materialism, this series aims to build on this renewed interest in perennial metaphysical questions, while opening up avenues of investigation long assumed to be closed. Working within the Continental tradition without being confined by it, the books in this series will move beyond the linguistic turn and re-think the oldest questions in a contemporary context. They will challenge old prejudices while drawing upon the speculative turn in post-Heideggerian ontology, the philosophy of nature and the philosophy of religion.

Key Features

  • A home for new books on ontology, especially those coming out of traditions rising from German Idealism through to the French reception of Heidegger
  • Reorients Continental philosophy back to questions of nature and being

Editorial Advisory Board

  • Thomas J. J. Altizer (State University of New York at Stony Brook)
  • Maurizio Farraris (University of Turin)
  • Paul Franks (Yale University)
  • Iain Hamilton Grant (University of the West of England)
  • Garth Green (McGill University)
  • Adrian Johnston (University of New Mexico)
  • Catherine Malabou (Kingston University)
  • Jeff Malpas (University of Tasmania)
  • Marie-Eve Morin (University of Alberta)
  • Jeffrey Reid (University of Ottawa)
  • Susan Ruddick (University of Toronto)
  • Michael Schulz (University of Bonn)
  • Hasana Sharp (McGill University)
  • Alison Stone (Lancaster University)
  • Peter Trawny (University of Wuppertal)
  • Uwe Voigt (University of Augsburg)
  • Jason Wirth (Seattle University)
  • Gunter Zoeller (University of Munich)

Are you working on a project that would fit in the New Perspectives in Ontology series? If so, we'd love to hear from you.

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