Margaret Gullan-Whur Homepage
Within Reason: A Life of Spinoza (Jonathan Cape 1998 and Pimlico 2000)
Also available in Dutch as Spinoza: Een leven volgens de rede (Lemniscaat Rotterdam 2000)
The Four Elements: the traditional theory of the humours, and why they are still relevant (Century 1987)
and a work completed in draft -
20 Reasons You Won’t Grow Old Like This: How ageing is changing in the 21st century
Read 20 Reasons online, using the links on the right. There is a copy in the British Library, and a few printed copies are available via the email address on this Homepage.
Reason 1 Letting it all hang out is now uploaded.
I gained a First Class degree in philosophy and critical theory of literature at the University of East Anglia, and have a Ph.D. in philosophy from London University (UCL)
My Ph.D. thesis ‘A Perspective on the Mind-Body Problem, with particular reference to the philosophy of Spinoza’ has a link under Blogroll on the right.
Papers and articles on Spinoza are listed on the right – many more from my backlist are yet to be uploaded.
‘The Function of the Semiotic Principle in establishing the claims of a pseudo or proto-science (graphology) to the status of empirical science’ (1994)
To contact me email margaret.gullan-whur at uclmail.net
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