Raymond Geuss

Photo of Raymond GeussPhoto | Hilary GaskinRaymond Geuss is Professor Emeritus in the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Cambridge. His books include Changing the Subject, Reality and Its Dreams, and Who Needs a World View?

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Changing the Subject: Philosophy from Socrates to AdornoChanging the Subject: Philosophy from Socrates to AdornoGeuss, RaymondHARDCOVER10/23/2017$29.95
Cover: The Invention of GodThe Invention of GodRömer, Thomas
Geuss, Raymond
HARDCOVER12/14/2015$40.00
Cover: Not Thinking like a LiberalNot Thinking like a LiberalGeuss, RaymondHARDCOVER05/31/2022$29.95
Cover: Reality and Its DreamsReality and Its DreamsGeuss, RaymondHARDCOVER03/28/2016$40.00
Cover: Who Needs a World View?Who Needs a World View?Geuss, RaymondHARDCOVER05/19/2020$36.00
Cover: Changing the Subject: Philosophy from Socrates to AdornoChanging the Subject: Philosophy from Socrates to AdornoGeuss, RaymondPAPERBACK08/11/2020$21.00
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