Feline philosophy: cats and the meaning of life

New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux (2020)
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Abstract

The author of Straw Dogs, famous for his provocative critiques of scientific hubris and the delusions of progress and humanism, turns his attention to cats-and what they reveal about humans' torturous relationship to the world and to themselves.

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