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Speech Genres and Other Late Essays

by M. M. Bakhtin, Vern W. McGee & Caryl Emerson

Speech Genres and Other Late Essays presents six short works from Bakhtin's Esthetics of Creative Discourse, published in Moscow in 1979. This is the last of Bakhtin's extant manuscripts published in the Soviet...


Hebrew and Hellene in Victorian England: Newman, Arnold, and Pater

by David DeLaura

Hebrew and Hellene explores the intellectual and personal relations among John Henry Newman, Matthew Arnold, and Walter Pater, three figures important in the development of nineteenth-century English thought...


The Philosophy of Steven Soderbergh

by R. Palmer

Widely regarded as a turning point in American independent cinema, Steven Soderbergh's sex, lies, and videotape (1989) launched the career of its twenty-six-year-old director, whose debut film was nominated...


The Davey Dialogues - An Exploration of the Scientific Foundations of Human Culture

by John C. Madden

Linking Science and Science History with Culture - Essential Science for the Non-scientist.

The Davey Dialogues is an easy-to-understand history and background to key discoveries which have altered our perception...


Fate & Philosophy: A Journey Through Life's Great Questions

by Jim Flynn

A provocative sequel to The Torchlight List, this book examines the answers that thinkers throughout the ages—from Plato in ancient Greece to contemporary psychologists and scientists—have proposed for life’s...


Happy Slaves

by William Anselmi & Kosta Gouliamos

In this duologue, Kosta Gouliamos and William Anselmi bring to a head their radical revisioning of the stale concepts of (multi)cultural politics. They discuss and dissect the irrationalities and destructiveness...


Making Friends with the Present Moment

by Sylvia Boorstein

Spirit Rock Founder Sylvia Boorstein invites readers to see things exactly the way they are, no matter how difficult. When we see things clearly, we don’t get so mired in them, and remember that they will...


The Subject of Rosi Braidotti: Politics and Concepts

by Bolette Blaagaard & Iris van der Tuin

The Subject of Rosi Braidotti: Politics and Concepts brings into focus the diverse influence of the work of Rosi Braidotti on academic fields in the humanities and the social sciences such as the study and scholarship...


Playful Intelligence: Digitizing Tradition

by Henry Sussman

This is a guide, in theory and in practice, to how current technological changes have impacted our interaction with texts and with each other. Henry Sussman rereads pivotal moments in literary, philosophical...


Event: A Philosophical Journey Through A Concept

by Slavoj Žižek

Probably the most famous living philosopher, Slavoj Žižek explores the meaning of events in this short and digestible book

An event can be an occurrence that shatters ordinary life, a radical political rupture,...


The Sage's Tao Te Ching: Ancient Advice for the Second Half of Life

by Chungliang AlHuang & Hank Tusinski

The tenth anniversary edition of William Martin's free-verse interpretation of the Tao Te Ching, written expressly for those coming into the fullness of their wisdom

Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching, one of the world's...


Within Reason: Rationality and Human Behavior

by Donald Calne

It has long been a central conviction of western humanistic thought that reason is the most godlike of human traits, and that it makes us unique among animals. Yet if reason directs what we do, why is human...


Purity of Heart: Is To Will One Thing

by Soren Kierkegaard

Crossing the boundaries of philosophy, theology, psychology, and literature, the Danish writer Soren Kierkegaard is regarded as one of the most significant and influential figures in contemporary thought. In...


The Unknown Author: second edition

by James R. II Laird

You will know him by his Kindness, his Peace, his Joy, and most importantly his Love. Walk the path less traveled go beyond what you know and enter into the Unknown' The Unknown Author. "Solve Your Mystery....


The Soul of Man under Socialism

by Oscar Wilde

The Soul of Man under Socialism is an 1891 essay by Oscar Wilde. Wilde puts forth the argument that within a capitalist system "the majority of people spoil their lives by an unhealthy and exaggerated altruism...


A Godsend

by J. M. Dragunas

Join in the adventures of Cross as he travels through an untamed world. A world where nature has grown out of control and has reached its full, lethal, potential. A world whose only remaining humans are sacrificing...


The Nameless Demon: second edition

by J. M. Dragunas

In the ultimate tale of rebellion and irony, a newborn demon begins its quest to find its name. For within a demon's name lies its purpose, and it may just be the purpose of this demon to end all of creation....


Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema

by Ian Buchanan & Patricia MacCormack

In 1971, Deleuze and Guattari's collaborative work, Anti-Oedipus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia caused an international sensation by fusing Marx with a radically rewritten Freud to produce a new approach to critical...


The Metaphysics of Sex ...in a Changing World!

by Christopher Alan Anderson

Is sex metaphysical? This is to say, does it have a purpose and a nature that is encoded in the very construct of the universe? These are the questions the author takes up in this day and age where most everything...


The Enemy Within

by robert firth

For the very worst kind of liberals, they long ago, beginning with guys like Bertram Russell, Woodrow Wilson and the Fabian Society, understood that the greatest flaw in democracy was the one man one vote concept...