Marius Backmann (LSE Philosophy) and Amber Griffioen (Duke Kunshan University) have published their book ‘Pluralizing Philosophy’s Past: New Reflections in the History of Philosophy’ with Springer

The book is a collection of 15 accessible essays on neglected philosophical figures and traditions aims to provide readers with concrete access points to less familiar philosophical sources and methods. Showcasing the latest research by both up-and-coming and well-established scholars, each essay focuses on a particular topic relevant to the pluralization of the history of philosophy and offers advice for incorporating the figure, theme, or approach into the philosophy classroom.

About the editors

Amber L. Griffioen works on topics in philosophy of religion, practical and social philosophy, history of philosophy, and philosophy of sport. She is the author of a short book on religious experience, and her current historical research explores the epistemological legacy of medieval devotional and confessional literature.

Marius Backmann is a fellow in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at the London School of Economics. His work focuses on philosophy of time, free will, laws of nature, attempts to solve the problem of induction, and the epistemology of randomized clinical trials.

Link to the book.