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Deconstruction in Context : Literature and Philosophy, , 0226791394   Deconstruction in Context : Literature and Philosophy
ISBN-10:
 0226791394

ISBN-13:
 9780226791395

Author:
 

Edition:
 First Edition

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Deconstruction in Context : Literature and Philosophy, , 0226791408   Deconstruction in Context : Literature and Philosophy
ISBN-10:
 0226791408

ISBN-13:
 9780226791401

Author:
 

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Erring : A Postmodern A/Theology, Taylor, Mark C., 0226791424   Erring : A Postmodern A/Theology
ISBN-10:
 0226791424

ISBN-13:
 9780226791425

Author:
 Taylor, Mark C.

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Hiding, Mark C. Taylor, 0226791599   Hiding
ISBN-10:
 0226791599

ISBN-13:
 9780226791593

Author:
 Mark C. Taylor

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

After Life, Thacker, Eugene, 0226793710   After Life
ISBN-10:
 0226793710

ISBN-13:
 9780226793719

Author:
 Thacker, Eugene

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

After Life, Thacker, Eugene, 0226793729   After Life
ISBN-10:
 0226793729

ISBN-13:
 9780226793726

Author:
 Thacker, Eugene

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Words in Reflection, Allen Thiher, 0226794911   Words in Reflection
ISBN-10:
 0226794911

ISBN-13:
 9780226794914

Author:
 Allen Thiher

Edition:
 Some Writing

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Words in Reflection, Allen Thiher, 0226794938   Words in Reflection
ISBN-10:
 0226794938

ISBN-13:
 9780226794938

Author:
 Allen Thiher

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Derrida-Habermas Reader, , 0226796833   The Derrida-Habermas Reader
ISBN-10:
 0226796833

ISBN-13:
 9780226796833

Author:
 

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Derrida-Habermas Reader, , 0226796841   The Derrida-Habermas Reader
ISBN-10:
 0226796841

ISBN-13:
 9780226796840

Author:
 

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Gutai : Decentering Modernism, Tiampo, Ming, 0226801659   Gutai : Decentering Modernism
ISBN-10:
 0226801659

ISBN-13:
 9780226801650

Author:
 Tiampo, Ming

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Gutai : Decentering Modernism, Tiampo, Ming, 0226801667   Gutai : Decentering Modernism
ISBN-10:
 0226801667

ISBN-13:
 9780226801667

Author:
 Tiampo, Ming

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Essential Tillich, Tillich, Paul Johannes, 0226803430   The Essential Tillich
ISBN-10:
 0226803430

ISBN-13:
 9780226803432

Author:
 Tillich, Paul Johannes

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Alexis de Tocqueville on Democracy, Revolution and Society, Alexis de Tocqueville, 0226805263   Alexis de Tocqueville on Democracy, Revolution and Society
ISBN-10:
 0226805263

ISBN-13:
 9780226805269

Author:
 Alexis de Tocqueville

Edition:
 1St Edition

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Music in Renaissance Magic : Toward a Historiography of Others, Tomlinson, Gary, 0226807916   Music in Renaissance Magic : Toward a Historiography of Others
ISBN-10:
 0226807916

ISBN-13:
 9780226807911

Author:
 Tomlinson, Gary

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Music in Renaissance Magic : Toward a Historiography of Others, Tomlinson, Gary, 0226807924   Music in Renaissance Magic : Toward a Historiography of Others
ISBN-10:
 0226807924

ISBN-13:
 9780226807928

Author:
 Tomlinson, Gary

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Cosmopolis : The Hidden Agenda of Modernity, Toulmin, Stephen E., 0226808386   Cosmopolis : The Hidden Agenda of Modernity
ISBN-10:
 0226808386

ISBN-13:
 9780226808383

Author:
 Toulmin, Stephen E.

Edition:
 1st

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Place of Reason in Ethics, Toulmin, Stephen E., 0226808432   The Place of Reason in Ethics
ISBN-10:
 0226808432

ISBN-13:
 9780226808437

Author:
 Toulmin, Stephen E.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Place of Reason in Ethics, Toulmin, Stephen E., 0226808440   The Place of Reason in Ethics
ISBN-10:
 0226808440

ISBN-13:
 9780226808444

Author:
 Toulmin, Stephen E.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Plurality and Ambiguity : Hermeneutics, Religion, Hope, Tracy, David, 0226811263   Plurality and Ambiguity : Hermeneutics, Religion, Hope
ISBN-10:
 0226811263

ISBN-13:
 9780226811260

Author:
 Tracy, David

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

In Our Image and Likeness, Charles Trinkaus, 0226812456   In Our Image and Likeness
ISBN-10:
 0226812456

ISBN-13:
 9780226812458

Author:
 Charles Trinkaus

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Betrayals : The Unpredictability of Human Relations, Turnaturi, Gabriella, 0226817032   Betrayals : The Unpredictability of Human Relations
ISBN-10:
 0226817032

ISBN-13:
 9780226817033

Author:
 Turnaturi, Gabriella

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Awakening to Race : Individualism and Social Consciousness in America, Turner, Jack, 0226817113   Awakening to Race : Individualism and Social Consciousness in America
ISBN-10:
 0226817113

ISBN-13:
 9780226817118

Author:
 Turner, Jack

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Awakening to Race : Individualism and Social Consciousness in America, Turner, Jack, 0226817121   Awakening to Race : Individualism and Social Consciousness in America
ISBN-10:
 0226817121

ISBN-13:
 9780226817125

Author:
 Turner, Jack

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Social Theory of Practices : Tradition, Tacit Knowledge, and Presuppositions, Turner, Stephen P., 0226817377   The Social Theory of Practices : Tradition, Tacit Knowledge, and Presuppositions
ISBN-10:
 0226817377

ISBN-13:
 9780226817378

Author:
 Turner, Stephen P.

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Social Theory of Practices : Tradition, Tacit Knowledge, and Presuppositions, Turner, Stephen P., 0226817385   The Social Theory of Practices : Tradition, Tacit Knowledge, and Presuppositions
ISBN-10:
 0226817385

ISBN-13:
 9780226817385

Author:
 Turner, Stephen P.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Brains/Practices/Relativism : Social Theory after Cognitive Science, Turner, Stephen P., 0226817393   Brains/Practices/Relativism : Social Theory after Cognitive Science
ISBN-10:
 0226817393

ISBN-13:
 9780226817392

Author:
 Turner, Stephen P.

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Brains/Practices/Relativism : Social Theory after Cognitive Science, Turner, Stephen P., 0226817407   Brains/Practices/Relativism : Social Theory after Cognitive Science
ISBN-10:
 0226817407

ISBN-13:
 9780226817408

Author:
 Turner, Stephen P.

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Isaiah Berlin : A Celebration, , 0226840964   Isaiah Berlin : A Celebration
ISBN-10:
 0226840964

ISBN-13:
 9780226840963

Author:
 

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Isaiah Berlin : A Celebration, , 0226840972   Isaiah Berlin : A Celebration
ISBN-10:
 0226840972

ISBN-13:
 9780226840970

Author:
 

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Aesthetics of Renewal : Martin Buber's Early Representation of Hasidism as Kulturkritik, Urban, Martina, 0226842703   Aesthetics of Renewal : Martin Buber's Early Representation of Hasidism as Kulturkritik
ISBN-10:
 0226842703

ISBN-13:
 9780226842707

Author:
 Urban, Martina

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Mill on Democracy : From the Athenian Polis to Representative Government, Urbinati, Nadia, 0226842770   Mill on Democracy : From the Athenian Polis to Representative Government
ISBN-10:
 0226842770

ISBN-13:
 9780226842776

Author:
 Urbinati, Nadia

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

John Locke : Economist and Social Scientist, Vaughn, Karen I., 0226851664   John Locke : Economist and Social Scientist
ISBN-10:
 0226851664

ISBN-13:
 9780226851662

Author:
 Vaughn, Karen I.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

John Locke, Karen I. Vaughn, 0226851672   John Locke
ISBN-10:
 0226851672

ISBN-13:
 9780226851679

Author:
 Karen I. Vaughn

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Heidegger, Strauss, and the Premises of Philosophy : On Original Forgetting, Velkley, Richard L., 0226852547   Heidegger, Strauss, and the Premises of Philosophy : On Original Forgetting
ISBN-10:
 0226852547

ISBN-13:
 9780226852546

Author:
 Velkley, Richard L.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Being after Rousseau : Philosophy and Culture in Question, Velkley, Richard L., 0226852563   Being after Rousseau : Philosophy and Culture in Question
ISBN-10:
 0226852563

ISBN-13:
 9780226852560

Author:
 Velkley, Richard L.

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Being after Rousseau : Philosophy and Culture in Question, Velkley, Richard L., 0226852571   Being after Rousseau : Philosophy and Culture in Question
ISBN-10:
 0226852571

ISBN-13:
 9780226852577

Author:
 Velkley, Richard L.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Freedom and the End of Reason : On the Moral Foundation of Kant's Critical Philosophy, Velkley, Richard L., 0226852601   Freedom and the End of Reason : On the Moral Foundation of Kant's Critical Philosophy
ISBN-10:
 0226852601

ISBN-13:
 9780226852607

Author:
 Velkley, Richard L.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Science and an African Logic, Verran, Helen, 0226853896   Science and an African Logic
ISBN-10:
 0226853896

ISBN-13:
 9780226853895

Author:
 Verran, Helen

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Science and an African Logic, Verran, Helen, 0226853918   Science and an African Logic
ISBN-10:
 0226853918

ISBN-13:
 9780226853918

Author:
 Verran, Helen

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Space, Time and Gravity, Robert M. Wald, 0226870308   Space, Time and Gravity
ISBN-10:
 0226870308

ISBN-13:
 9780226870304

Author:
 Robert M. Wald

Edition:
 1ST

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Space, Time, and Gravity, Robert M. Wald, 0226870316   Space, Time, and Gravity
ISBN-10:
 0226870316

ISBN-13:
 9780226870311

Author:
 Robert M. Wald

Edition:
 New edition

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Kant's Criticism of Metaphysics, W. H. Walsh, 0226872157   Kant's Criticism of Metaphysics
ISBN-10:
 0226872157

ISBN-13:
 9780226872155

Author:
 W. H. Walsh

Edition:
 REP

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Pissarro, Neo-Impressionism, and the Spaces of the Avant-Garde, Ward, Martha, 0226873242   Pissarro, Neo-Impressionism, and the Spaces of the Avant-Garde
ISBN-10:
 0226873242

ISBN-13:
 9780226873244

Author:
 Ward, Martha

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Emergence of Dialectical Theory, Scott Warren, 0226873900   The Emergence of Dialectical Theory
ISBN-10:
 0226873900

ISBN-13:
 9780226873909

Author:
 Scott Warren

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Emergence of Dialectical Theory : Philosophy and Political Inquiry, Warren, Scott, 0226873919   The Emergence of Dialectical Theory : Philosophy and Political Inquiry
ISBN-10:
 0226873919

ISBN-13:
 9780226873916

Author:
 Warren, Scott

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Architectonics of Meaning : Foundations of the New Pluralism, Watson, Walter, 0226875067   The Architectonics of Meaning : Foundations of the New Pluralism
ISBN-10:
 0226875067

ISBN-13:
 9780226875064

Author:
 Watson, Walter

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Discipline of Taste and Feeling, Wegener, Charles, 0226878937   The Discipline of Taste and Feeling
ISBN-10:
 0226878937

ISBN-13:
 9780226878935

Author:
 Wegener, Charles

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Public and Private in Thought and Practice : Perspectives on a Grand Dichotomy, , 0226886239   Public and Private in Thought and Practice : Perspectives on a Grand Dichotomy
ISBN-10:
 0226886239

ISBN-13:
 9780226886237

Author:
 

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Public and Private in Thought and Practice : Perspectives on a Grand Dichotomy, , 0226886247   Public and Private in Thought and Practice : Perspectives on a Grand Dichotomy
ISBN-10:
 0226886247

ISBN-13:
 9780226886244

Author:
 

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Socratic Paradox and Its Enemies, Weiss, Roslyn, 0226891720   The Socratic Paradox and Its Enemies
ISBN-10:
 0226891720

ISBN-13:
 9780226891729

Author:
 Weiss, Roslyn

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Socratic Paradox and Its Enemies, Weiss, Roslyn, 0226891739   The Socratic Paradox and Its Enemies
ISBN-10:
 0226891739

ISBN-13:
 9780226891736

Author:
 Weiss, Roslyn

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

History of Nature, Carl F. Von Weizsacker, 0226891909   History of Nature
ISBN-10:
 0226891909

ISBN-13:
 9780226891903

Author:
 Carl F. Von Weizsacker

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Opening Mind, Morris Weitz, 0226892409   The Opening Mind
ISBN-10:
 0226892409

ISBN-13:
 9780226892405

Author:
 Morris Weitz

Edition:
 1ST

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Citadel Culture, O. K. Werckmeister, 0226893618   Citadel Culture
ISBN-10:
 0226893618

ISBN-13:
 9780226893617

Author:
 O. K. Werckmeister

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Of the Plurality of Worlds : A Facsimile of the First Edition of 1853; Plus Previously Unpublished Material Excised by the Author Just Before the Book Went to Press; And Whewell's Dialogue Rebutting His Critics, Whewell, William, 0226894355   Of the Plurality of Worlds : A Facsimile of the First Edition of 1853; Plus Previously Unpublished Material Excised by the Author Just Before the Book Went to Press; And Whewell's Dialogue Rebutting His Critics
ISBN-10:
 0226894355

ISBN-13:
 9780226894355

Author:
 Whewell, William

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Of the Plurality of Worlds : A Facsimile of the First Edition of 1853; Plus Previously Unpublished Material Excised by the Author Just Before the Book Went to Press; and Whewell's Dialogue Rebutting His Critics, Whewell, William, 0226894363   Of the Plurality of Worlds : A Facsimile of the First Edition of 1853; Plus Previously Unpublished Material Excised by the Author Just Before the Book Went to Press; and Whewell's Dialogue Rebutting His Critics
ISBN-10:
 0226894363

ISBN-13:
 9780226894362

Author:
 Whewell, William

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Edge of Meaning, White, James Boyd, 0226894800   The Edge of Meaning
ISBN-10:
 0226894800

ISBN-13:
 9780226894805

Author:
 White, James Boyd

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Edge of Meaning, White, James Boyd, 0226894819   The Edge of Meaning
ISBN-10:
 0226894819

ISBN-13:
 9780226894812

Author:
 White, James Boyd

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Acts of Hope : Creating Authority in Literature, Law, and Politics, White, James B., 0226895106   Acts of Hope : Creating Authority in Literature, Law, and Politics
ISBN-10:
 0226895106

ISBN-13:
 9780226895109

Author:
 White, James B.

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Sinister Yogis, White, David Gordon, 0226895130   Sinister Yogis
ISBN-10:
 0226895130

ISBN-13:
 9780226895130

Author:
 White, David Gordon

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Plato's Modern Enemies and the Theory of Natural Law, John Wild, 0226897389   Plato's Modern Enemies and the Theory of Natural Law
ISBN-10:
 0226897389

ISBN-13:
 9780226897387

Author:
 John Wild

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Semiotic Self, Wiley, Norbert, 0226898156   The Semiotic Self
ISBN-10:
 0226898156

ISBN-13:
 9780226898155

Author:
 Wiley, Norbert

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

The Semiotic Self, Wiley, Norbert, 0226898164   The Semiotic Self
ISBN-10:
 0226898164

ISBN-13:
 9780226898162

Author:
 Wiley, Norbert

Edition:
 ILL

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Essays on Kant's Political Philosophy, , 0226899098   Essays on Kant's Political Philosophy
ISBN-10:
 0226899098

ISBN-13:
 9780226899091

Author:
 

Edition:
 1

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Science, Community, and the Transformation of American Philosophy, 1860-1930, Wilson, Daniel J., 0226901432   Science, Community, and the Transformation of American Philosophy, 1860-1930
ISBN-10:
 0226901432

ISBN-13:
 9780226901435

Author:
 Wilson, Daniel J.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Trade-Offs : An Introduction to Economic Reasoning and Social Issues, Winter, Harold, 0226902242   Trade-Offs : An Introduction to Economic Reasoning and Social Issues
ISBN-10:
 0226902242

ISBN-13:
 9780226902241

Author:
 Winter, Harold

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Trade-Offs : An Introduction to Economic Reasoning and Social Issues, Winter, Harold, 0226902250   Trade-Offs : An Introduction to Economic Reasoning and Social Issues
ISBN-10:
 0226902250

ISBN-13:
 9780226902258

Author:
 Winter, Harold

Edition:
 4.1.2005

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Memory, Alison Winter, 0226902587   Memory
ISBN-10:
 0226902587

ISBN-13:
 9780226902586

Author:
 Alison Winter

Edition:
 First Edition

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Placing the Enlightenment : Thinking Geographically about the Age of Reason, Withers, Charles W. J., 0226904059   Placing the Enlightenment : Thinking Geographically about the Age of Reason
ISBN-10:
 0226904059

ISBN-13:
 9780226904054

Author:
 Withers, Charles W. J.

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Notebooks, Nineteen Fourteen to Nineteen Sixteen, Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein, 0226904296   Notebooks, Nineteen Fourteen to Nineteen Sixteen
ISBN-10:
 0226904296

ISBN-13:
 9780226904290

Author:
 Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein

Edition:
 2

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Culture and Value, Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein, 0226904326   Culture and Value
ISBN-10:
 0226904326

ISBN-13:
 9780226904320

Author:
 Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein

Edition:
 First Edition

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Culture and Value, Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein, 0226904350   Culture and Value
ISBN-10:
 0226904350

ISBN-13:
 9780226904351

Author:
 Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein

Edition:
 

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Wittgenstein's Lectures, Cambridge, 1930-1932 : From the Notes of John King and Desmond Lee, Wittgenstein, Ludwig Josef Johann, 0226904385   Wittgenstein's Lectures, Cambridge, 1930-1932 : From the Notes of John King and Desmond Lee
ISBN-10:
 0226904385

ISBN-13:
 9780226904382

Author:
 Wittgenstein, Ludwig Josef Johann

Edition:
 Phoenix ed

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

Wittgenstein's Lectures, Cambridge, 1932-1935, Wittgenstein, Ludwig Josef Johann, 0226904393   Wittgenstein's Lectures, Cambridge, 1932-1935
ISBN-10:
 0226904393

ISBN-13:
 9780226904399

Author:
 Wittgenstein, Ludwig Josef Johann

Edition:
 1st

Publisher:
 University of Chicago Press

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2. We've been around since the beginning. We pioneered textbook rentals in 2007, so you can be confident we know what we're doing.

3. You'll save money. Pay less than half price to rent textbooks, and if you decide you want to keep the book instead of renting it, just pay us the difference and the book is yours.

4. We have a 21 day risk free guarantee. Return your book for any reason within 21 days for a full refund.

Making A Difference

Our Making a Difference program is an important part of what we do.

We’re keeping our partnership with Operation Smile and have committed to donate a minimum of 80 additional surgeries this year.

Operation Smile is an incredible organization that forever changes children’s lives through reconstructive cleft lip surgeries. The long-term improvement in quality of life for the children that receive these surgeries is almost incomprehensible.

We’re honored to support the children of Operation Smile.