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The Runaway Species

by David Eagleman & Anthony Brandt

The Runaway Species: How human creativity remakes the world is a deep-dive into the creative mind, a celebration of the human spirit, and a vision of how humanity can improve our future by understanding and...


Of Freedom and God

by Marjan Rožanc, Jeremi Slak, Jason Blake & Tanja Petrič et al.

Of Freedom and God, Jeremi Slak and Jason Blake’s translation of essays by Marjan Rožanc, contains a selection of essays from the 1995 collection »O svobodi in bogu" (Of Freedom and God) that Andrej Inkret...


Muriša

by Feri Lainšček, Erica Johnson Debeljak, Lenart Zajc & Tomo Virk

The novel Muriša continues the story of Feri Lainš?ek's work “Lo?il bom peno od valov” (I Will Divide the Foam from the Waves), published in 2003 and reprinted many times. Muriša, the second part of Lainš?ek's...


Dating Daisy

by Daisy Mae

What do you do when you're a newly divorced 52 year old mother, keen for a second chance of romance? Why internet dating of course! Daisy Mae_224 embarks on the internet dating process with trepidation. Having...


Ferryman

by CLAIRE MCFALL

Dylan has escaped a horrific train crash unscathed. Except she hasn't. The bleak landscape around her isn't Scotland. It's a wasteland haunted by wraiths searching for human souls. And the stranger waiting for...


...Preceded by Chaos

by M. Wheeler

The protagonist, Mitchell Weaver, is a young Emergency Medicine doctor. Mitchell has entered a high stress, distinguished profession with the burden of a variety of particularly disturbing personal demons that...


Hit

by P. S. Bridge

A terrorist threat, a sinister organisation, and a threat to the security of the free world.

Renowned British lawyer and Sandhurst military academy dropout, Mark Lucas King is assigned the case of his career:...


Winter Jasmine

by Salim Khalil Haddad

Life and death, conflict and oppression, nature, love, and faith.

The poems of Salim Khalil Haddad resonate with deep, universal themes and are based on real events and poignant personal experience. At the heart...


Myth and Reality of the Legitimacy Crisis

by Carolien van Ham, Jacques Thomassen, Kees Aarts & Rudy Andeweg

Theories about the decline of legitimacy or a legitimacy crisis are as old as democracy itself. Yet, representative democracy still exists, and the empirical evidence for a secular decline of political support...


Against Marriage

by Clare Chambers

Against Marriage is a radical argument for the abolition of state-recognised marriage. Clare Chambers argues that state-recognised marriage violates both equality and liberty, even when expanded to include same-sex...


Madness and the Romantic Poet

by James Whitehead

Madness and the Romantic Poet examines the longstanding and enduringly popular idea that poetry is connected to madness and mental illness. The idea goes back to classical antiquity, but it was given new life...


Shakespeare and the Politics of Commoners

by Chris Fitter

Shakespeare and the Politics of Commoners is a highly original contribution to our understanding of Shakespeare's plays. It breaks important new ground in introducing readers, lay and scholarly alike, to the...


Contemporary Archaeology and the City

by Laura McAtackney & Krysta Ryzewski

Contemporary Archaeology and the City foregrounds the archaeological study of post-industrial and other urban transformations through a diverse, international collection of case studies. Over the past decade...


The Value of Rationality

by Ralph Wedgwood

Ralph Wedgwood gives a general account of the concept of rationality. The Value of Rationality is designed as the first instalment of a trilogy - to be followed by accounts of the requirements of rationality...


Communities of Respect

by Bennett W. Helm

Communities of respect are communities of people sharing common practices or a (partial) way of life; they include families, clubs, religious groups, and political parties. This book develops a detailed account...


Electing the Pope in Early Modern Italy, 1450-1700

by Miles Pattenden

Electing the Pope in Early Modern Italy, 1450-1700 offers a radical reassessment of the history of early modern papacy, constructed through the first major analytical treatment of papal elections in English....


Traces of Vermeer

by Jane Jelley

Johannes Vermeer's luminous paintings are loved and admired around the world, yet we do not understand how they were made. We see sunlit spaces; the glimmer of satin, silver, and linen; we see the softness of...


The Intellectual Struggle for Florence

by Arthur Field

The Intellectual Struggle for Florence is an analysis of the ideology that developed in Florence with the rise of the Medici, during the early fifteenth century, the period long recognized as the most formative...


Utilitarianism: A Very Short Introduction

by Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek & Peter Singer

Utilitarianism may well be the most influential secular ethical theory in the world today. It is also one of the most controversial. It clashes, or is widely thought to clash, with many conventional moral views,...


Oceans: A Very Short Introduction

by Dorrik Stow

The importance of the oceans to life on Earth cannot be overstated. Liquid water covers more than 70% of our planet's surface and, in past geological time, has spread over 85%. Life on Earth began in the oceans...