Applying Wittgenstein (edited by Laura Cook, London: Continuum, 2007).
Philosophy for life (edited by Matt Lavery, London; Continuum, 2007).
To buy this book go to Abebooks.com or Amazon.com. For a very brief review, go to Continuum.
Kuhn: philosopher of scientific revolution (monograph, co-authored with Wes Sharrock;
Oxford: Polity, 2002; translation into Korean (by Kim Hae Jin) published, 2005).
Film as philosophy: essays on cinema after Wittgenstein and Cavell (edited book, jointly edited with Jerry Goodenough; London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2005).
- A review of this book by Daniel Barnett can be accessed here.
The New Wittgenstein (edited book, jointly edited with Alice Crary; London: Routledge, 2000; reprinted several times.).
- You can view excerpts from this book (including the Introduction, Part 1 and Part 2) here on Google - take a look!
- To buy this book go to Amazon.com. Or alternatively, go to Continuum which also features a description of the book's contents.
The New Hume Debate (edited book, jointly edited with Ken Richman; London: Routledge, 2000; enlarged paperback second edition forthcoming).
- Feel free to leaf through the excerpts from this book available here at Google.
There is no such thing as social science: In defence of Peter Winch (co-authored with Wes Sharrock, edited by Phil Hutchinson; London: Ashgate, 2007).