Provocative essays from one of America's most important cultural criticsThink Again gathers one hundred of the best of Stanley Fish's provocative New York Times essays, pieces that have generated passionate discussion and debate. Addressing controversies about such hot-button topics as atheism, affirmative action, free speech, identity politics, guns, and postmodernism, Fish dissects the arguments put forth by different sides in order to explain how their arguments work or don't work. Brief and accessible yet challenging, these essays teach you not what to think but how to think more clearly, and provide all the powerful intellectual, cultural, and political analysis one expects from Fish, one of America's most influential thinkers.
Author: Stanley Fish
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.80h x 5.70w x 1.20d
About the Author
Stanley Fish is the author of numerous books, including Winning Arguments, How to Write a Sentence, and There's No Such Thing as Free Speech. He is the Davidson-Kahn Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law at Florida International University and the Visiting Floersheimer Professor of Law at Cardozo Law School.