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Progress of the New Middle Way Philosophy Series

As of the end of 2023, two volumes of the new Middle Way Philosophy series have been published: Absolutization and The Five Principles of Middle Way Philosophy. These are the most important and central parts of the series, with the first laying out a distinctive account of the problem in human judgement – their tendency to assume that they have the whole story – and the second offering a positive and practically- oriented account of the path in response to that problem.

In 2024 the third volume A Systemic History of the Middle Way, will be published, which looks at the underlying conditions in biology, psychological development, and cultural history that have made the Middle Way necessary and possible. Volumes 4 and 5 are now at different points of preparation.

At this point, too, the old Middle Way Philosophy series has been withdrawn. This is because it is out of date, and the new series represents the approach much better. The key two volumes have now been published in replacement, and the remaining volumes will give more detail on specific areas: meaning, bias, agnosticism, aesthetics, ethics and politics.

In the podcast interview below, Robert discusses the whole series of books in outline.

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