On Desire and the Good
This book would be indispensable to courses (both undergraduate and graduate) in philosophy, religious studies, and the history of ideas – in interdisciplinary courses in the humanities, generally – that focus on the values that are central, both historically and ontologically, to modernity.
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I am pleased to thank Jason Hoult, a doctoral candidate in the Graduate Program in Social and Political Thought at York University, for the help he provided me, as my summer Research Assistant, in making the final revisions to my book. I also thank John Elias, Grant Havers, and John Mahaffy for their generous yet always critical support. Finally, I am grateful for the financial support that York University’s Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies provided for the publication of my book.
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