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Books published in this series break fresh ground concerning our understanding of communication by employing the thinking of continental philosophy to investigate the phenomena of communication. With communication understood as the manner in which human beings together find the world meaningful, the studies in this series are concerned in one way or another with interpretation (hermeneutics), responsibility to the other (ethics), and the sociopolitical consequences of being-in-the-world (critical theory).

Kant's Philosophy of Communication

A highly original reading of Immanuel Kant that demonstrates his interest in the social realm of human interaction
Ercolini, G. L.

The New Science of Communication
Reconsidering McLuhan's Message for Our Modern Moment
Wachs, Anthony M.

Rhetoric and the Gift
Ancient Rhetorical Theory and Contemporary Communication
Mifsud, Mari Lee