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Cambridge Companions are a series of authoritative guides, written by leading experts, offering lively, accessible surveys to major writers, artists, philosophers, topics, and periods.

With over 500 Companions available in a variety of print, digital and online formats, covering 11 subject areas, they are perfectly suited for the student, researcher and general reader.

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Multiple Formats

Multiple formats

Print, eBook and institutional access

Established over 25 years

Established...

...in 1989

Quantity

Quantity

Over 500 titles

11 Subjects

Variety

Covering 11 subject areas in the
Humanities and Social Sciences

Wide appeal

Wide appeal

Perfect for the student, researcher and general reader

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For your institution

For your institution

For you

For you

For your institution or library

Cambridge Companions Online is designed specifically for libraries and institutions. It is an online version of the printed series and includes over 500 titles and 4,000 essays, biographies and further reading. It is fully searchable by author, title, topic or theme. Content is available as a complete collection or in subject packages.

Monthly updates

Monthly updates include new and updated texts

Searchable via metadata and full-text

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Reference linking

Support

Technical support

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OCLC and in-house MARC records available

Bi-annual upgrades

Bi-annual functionality upgrades

For individuals

Companions cover a huge breadth of topics, themes and individuals which are perfect for the student, researcher and general reader. With multiple contributors in each title, they explore the history, arguments and opinions in an accessible and concise way.

Available in all good high street and online bookshops in print and eBook, it is easy to find your perfect Companion.

ROBIN GILL

EDITOR OF THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO CHRISTIAN ETHICS

Robin Gill
In the first edition I was keen to recruit scholars who were internationally recognised and could write in clear and accessible prose (two aspects that do not always go together in theology!).

READER

READER
Good overview of the subject and a good way of introducing different themes.

DR. DALE E. MILLER AND BEN EGGLESTON

EDITORS OF THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO UTILITARIANISM

DALE E. MILLER
BEN EGGLESTON
We and our contributors show that the utilitarian tradition in ethics is thriving, evolving in innovative and exciting ways and off ering insight into the most urgent moral questions that we confront today.

STUDENT

STUDENT
Reliable and authoritative, with good-quality scholars

GREG CLAEYS

EDITOR OF THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TOUTOPIAN LITERATURE

GREG CLAEYS
Contributors include many of the current leading scholars in the field. The text is now regarded as one of the chief standard reference works in the field.

PhD STUDENT

PhD STUDENT
It was a useful collection of articles written by respected colleagues, to be referred to in my own writings.
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