Better Call Saul and Philosophy

That is the title of this new book, the cover of which is pictured below, which was published last week by Open Universe. My contribution to this collection of Saul Goodman-inspired essays is called “Breaking Bad Promises” (Chapter 22). (An ungated draft of my chapter is available here, via SSRN.) Shout out to my colleagues Joshua Heter and Brett Coppenger, who are the editors of this excellent work.

Amazon.com: Better Call Saul and Philosophy (Pop Culture and Philosophy,  8): 9781637700266: Heter, Joshua, Coppenger, Brett: Books

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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3 Responses to Better Call Saul and Philosophy

  1. Congratulations on your work being published. Have you by any chance read any of the other essays in this collection? I was curious if the other essays were any good, I remember reading Breaking Bad Promises as you were presenting it in a multi-part series on your blog.

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