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Omnipreneurship: An Organized Approach to Living A Life of Meaning

by Amr Al-Dabbagh

An omnipreneur takes an entrepreneurial approach to every aspect of life—work, family, community, health, finances, spirituality, and more. CEO, past government official, and philanthropist Amr Al-Dabbagh...


Hamlet on the Holodeck

by Janet H. Murray

Stories define how we think, the way we play, and the way we understand our lives. And just as Gutenberg made possible the stories that ushered in the Modem Era, so is the computer having a profound effect on...


More Sex Is Safer Sex: The Unconventional Wisdom of Economics

by Free Press & Steven E. Landsburg

Steven Landsburg's writings are living proof that economics need not be "the dismal science." Readers of "The Armchair Economist" and his columns in "Slate" magazine know that he can make economics not only...


Boltzmanns Atom: The Great Debate That Launched A Revolution In Physics

by David Lindley

In 1900 many eminent scientists did not believe atoms existed, yet within just a few years the atomic century launched into history with an astonishing string of breakthroughs in physics that began with Albert...


The Wisest One in the Room

by Thomas Gilovich & Lee Ross

Renowned psychologists describe the most useful insights from social psychology that can help make you “wise”: wise about why people behave the way they do, and wise about how to use that knowledge in understanding...


MUSIC AND THE MIND

by Anthony Storr

Why does music have such a powerful effect on our minds and bodies? It is the most mysterious and most tangible of all forms of art. Yet, Anthony Storr believes, music today is a deeply significant experience...


Feet Of Clay: The Power and Charisma of Gurus

by Anthony Storr

How do gurus get their power? Gurus are extraordinary individuals who attract fanatical followers and wield incredible and at times destructive control over them.

In this remarkable study, Anthony Storr, the...


Solitude a Return to the Self

by Anthony Storr

Originally published in 1988, Anthony Storr's bestselling meditation on the creative individual's need for solitude has become a classic.

A pre-eminent work in self-help and popular psychology literature, Solitude...


Orwell's Revenge: The 1984 Palimpsest

by Peter Huber

Mark Zuckerberg's ‘A Year of Books’ Selection

George Orwell’s bleak visions of the future, one in which citizens are monitored through telescreens by an insidious Big Brother, has haunted our imagination...


The Complete Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics

by David G. Dodd

When the Grateful Dead's in-house publishing company, Ice Nine, decided that the band's fortieth anniversary was a good time to publish their entire lyric catalog, a wave of excitement swept across the world...


Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life

by William Deresiewicz

A groundbreaking manifesto about what our nation’s top schools should be—but aren’t—providing: “The ex-Yale professor effectively skewers elite colleges, their brainy but soulless students (those ‘sheep’),...


The Measure of All Things: The Seven-Year Odyssey and Hidden Error That Transformed the World

by Ken Alder

In June 1792, amidst the chaos of the French Revolution, two intrepid astronomers set out in opposite directions on an extraordinary journey. Starting in Paris, Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Delambre would make his way...


Suspicious Minds: How Culture Shapes Madness

by Joel Gold & Ian Gold

A “clear, witty, and engaging” (The Boston Globe) journey through the brain that connects neuroscience, biology, and culture. An “intellectual landmark” (Edward Shorter, Literary Review of Canada).

The...


A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue

by Wendy Shalit

Updated with a new introduction, this fifteenth anniversary edition of A Return to Modesty reignites Wendy Shalit’s controversial claim that we have lost our respect for an essential virtue: modesty.

When A...


The Rules of Sociological Method: And Selected Texts on Sociology and its Method

by Émile Durkheim & Steven Lukes

Revised for the first time in over thirty years, this edition of Emile Durkheim’s masterful work on the nature and scope of sociology is updated with a new introduction and improved translation by leading...


The Division of Labor in Society

by Émile Durkheim & Steven Lukes

Revised for the first time in over thirty years, this edition of Emile Durkheim’s masterful work on the nature and scope of sociology is updated with a new introduction and improved translation by leading...


Revolutionary Career of Maximilien Robespierre

by David P. Jordan

In changing forever the political landscape of the modern world, the French Revolution was driven by a new personality: the confirmed, self-aware revolutionary. Maximilien Robespierre originated the role, inspiring...


The World within War

by Gerald Linderman

Gerald Linderman has created a seamless and highly original social history, authoritatively recapturing the full experience of combat in World War II. Drawing on letters and diaries, memoirs and surveys, Linderman...


Up from Conservatism

by Michael Lind

For nearly a decade, Michael Lind worked closely as a writer and editor with the intellectual leaders of American conservatism. Slowly, he came to believe that the many prominent intellectuals he worked with...


Vietnam: The Necessary War

by Michael Lind

A quarter century after its end, the Vietnam War still divides Americans. Some, mostly on the left, claim that Indochina was of no strategic value to the United States and was not worth an American war. Others,...