Solomon, Robert C.
SOLOMON, Robert C.
SOLOMON, Robert C. American, b. 1942. Genres: Education, Philosophy, Psychology, Self help. Career: Faculty member: Princeton University, NJ, 1966-68, University of California at Los Angeles, 1968-69, University of Pittsburgh, 1969-71, and City University of New York, 1971; University of Texas, Austin, professor of philosophy, 1972-. Publications: From Rationalism to Existentialism, 1972; The Passions, 1976; Introducing Philosophy, 1977; History and Human Nature, 1979; Introducing the Existentialists, 1980; Love: Emotion, Myth and Metaphor, 1981; In the Spirit of Hegel, 1983; It's Good Business, 1985; From Hegel to Existentialism, 1987; Continental Philosophy since 1750, 1988; About Love, 1988; A Passion for Justice, 1990; Ethics and Excellence, 1992; Entertaining Ideas, 1992; Up the University, 1993; The Bully Culture, 1993; (with K. Higgins) A Short History of Philosophy, 1996; (with K. Higgins) A Passion for Wisdom, 1997; A Better Way to Think about Business, 1999; The Joy of Philosophy, 1999; (with K. Higgins) What Nietzsche Really Said, 2000; (with F. Flores) Building Trust, 2001; Spirituality for the Skeptic, 2002; Not Passions's Slave, 2003; Living with Nietzsche, 2003. EDITOR: Phenomenology and Existentialism, 1972; Nietzsche, 1973; Existentialism, 1974; (with K. Higgins) The Philosophy of (Erotic) Love, 1992; (with K. Higgins) From Africa to Zen, 1993; (with K. Higgins) The Routledge History of Philosophy, Vol. VI: The Age of German Idealism, 1993; (with J. Malpas) Death and Philosophy, 1999; Wicked Pleasures, 1999. Address: Dept. of Philosophy, University of Texas, Austin, TX 78712, U.S.A.