Jonathan Lear

Photo of Jonathan LearPhoto | Erielle BakkumJonathan Lear is John U. Nef Distinguished Service Professor on the Committee on Social Thought and in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Chicago. His works include Wisdom Won from Illness, Radical Hope, A Case for Irony, and Happiness, Death, and the Remainder of Life.

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Cover: Imagining the End: Mourning and Ethical LifeImagining the End: Mourning and Ethical LifeLear, JonathanHARDCOVER11/15/2022$29.95Not yet available
Cover: Wisdom Won from Illness: Essays in Philosophy and PsychoanalysisWisdom Won from Illness: Essays in Philosophy and PsychoanalysisLear, JonathanHARDCOVER01/02/2017$43.50
Cover: A Case for IronyA Case for IronyLear, JonathanPAPERBACK10/06/2014$25.00
Cover: Radical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural DevastationRadical Hope: Ethics in the Face of Cultural DevastationLear, JonathanPAPERBACK04/30/2008$24.00
Cover: Happiness, Death, and the Remainder of LifeHappiness, Death, and the Remainder of LifeLear, JonathanPAPERBACK02/15/2002$30.00
Cover: Open Minded: Working Out the Logic of the SoulOpen Minded: Working Out the Logic of the SoulLear, JonathanPAPERBACK09/01/1999$49.50
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