Psychotherapy for the Other: Levinas and the Face-to-Face Relationship

These 14 essays, solicited from a wide range of scholars and practitioners, mount an important challenge to the traditional egocentric paradigm and natural sciences worldview that pervade much of contemporary psychology and psychotherapy.

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Milton on Film

Milton on Film examines the two competing narratives that have tended to describe Milton’s relationship to the cinema since its beginnings.

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The King James Bible across Borders and Centuries

The 12 essays in The King James Bible across Borders and Centuries — authored by scholars from a wide variety of academic disciplines — examine the KJV both as world literature and as an important force in social, geographical, and linguistic cultures...

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Stages of Engagement

Stages of Engagement, in 12 essays from a wide range of scholars, reflects a reinvigorated concern for religion’s role in the early modern English stage.

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Lived Experience from the Inside Out: Social and Political Philosophy in Edith Stein

While most works devoted to Edith Stein’s philosophical legacy focus on her later, more explicitly Christian works, including Finite and Eternal Being...

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Milton Studies 55

Volume 55 features eight new groundbreaking essays on Milton’s poetry and poetics in the context of seventeenth century medicine, science, politics, judicial practice, and religious debate.

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Duquesne University Press, founded in 1927, has a long and rich tradition of scholarly publishing in a variety of subject areas. 
 
Over the years, Duquesne’s editorial program has included award-winning titles in literary studies, philosophy, psychology, and religious studies; its early entry into fields such as existentialism and phenomenology long ago cemented its reputation for books that shape and influence serious thought.

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