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From Protagoras to Aristotle: Essays in Ancient Moral Philosophy

by Heda Segvic, Myles Burnyeat & Charles Brittain

This is a collection of the late Heda Segvic's papers in ancient moral philosophy. At the time of her death at age forty-five in 2003, Segvic had already established herself as an important figure in ancient...


Evidence-Based Practice in Infant and Early Childhood Psychology

by Barbara A. Mowder

An authoritative guide to evidence-based treatment of infants and young children

Evidence-Based Practice in Infant and Early Childhood Psychology is the first handbook of its kind to consider the complete psychological...


Write to Publish: Writing feature articles for magazines, newspapers, and corporate and community publications

by Vin Maskell & Gina Perry

A handy guide for freelancers and novice journalists to writing feature articles.


A Matter of Opinion

by Alan Ramsey

A celebration of twenty-two years of writing about politics by one of Australia's most incisive and provocative political journalists.


Cheerio Tom, Dick and Harry: Despatches from the hospice of fading words

by Ruth Wajnryb

From wordmeister Ruth Wajnryb, a witty and thought provoking examination of the words that once peppered our language but are now fading from use.


Language Most Foul

by Ruth Wajnryb

A meticulously researched, highly entertaining, idiosyncratic look at the how, why and what of bad language around the world.


Facing the Fifties: From Denial to Reflection

by Peter O'Connor

Understanding the experiences of being fiftysomething.


Promoting Family Change: The Optimism Factor

by Bronwen Elliott, Louise Mulroney & Di O'Neil

'This book heralds an exciting new chapter in the history of family-centred practice. It takes us a long way down the road toward the destination of strength-based family work.'

From the foreword by Associate...


The Memoir Book

by Patti Miller

A clear, engaging and practical 'how-to' guide to writing a memoir, by Australia's foremost teacher and practitioner of memoir and life writing, Patti Miller.


Writing Feature Stories: How to research and write newspaper and magazine articles

by Matthew Ricketson

A practical guide to all aspects of feature writing for journalists and freelance writers.


Subjectivity: Theories of the self from Freud to Haraway

by Nick Mansfield

What am I referring to when I say 'I'? This little word is so easy to use in daily life, yet it has become the focus of intense theoretical debate. Where does my sense of self come from? Does it arise spontaneously...


Understanding Deleuze

by Claire Colebrook

An accessible introduction to the work of this influential and challenging French thinker.


An Introduction to Psychology

by , Wilhelm Wundt

An introductory guide to the principal thoughts underlying present day experimental psychology. for students. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely...


A Primer of Clinical Interpretation: Classic and Postclassical Approaches

by Philip Rubovis-Seitz

This primer provides a guide to clinical interpretations for those in the practice of psychotherapy. The book is divided into two parts: Part I deals with the classical approach to clinical interpretation; and...


Goal Setting Myths and Traps that Hold Women Back: How to Move Past Your Limiting Beliefs and Achieve Your Potential

by Allison Foskett

Discover the goal setting myths and dangerous goal setting traps that prevent women from achieving their goals. By reading this book you'll save time, money, and prevent endless failures, plateaus, and attempts...


Friend to Mankind: Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499)

by Michael Shepherd

Eighteen essays reexamine Ficino’s life and work focusing on three essential aspects: his significance in his own times, his spreading influence throughout Europe and over subsequent centuries in many areas...


A Philosophy for a Fair Society

by Michael Hudson, Kris Feder & G. J. Miller

With the eclipse of the New Right, politicians now admit that society is in crisis. Something must be done, but, explain the authors, governments will fail again unless they shake off the economic orthodoxy...


The Infant Mind: Origins of the Social Brain

by Maria Legerstee, David W. Haley & Marc H. Bornstein

Integrating cutting-edge research from multiple disciplines, this book provides a dynamic and holistic picture of the developing infant mind. Contributors explore the transactions among genes, the brain, and...


The Voice of the Body

by Alexander, M.D., Dr. Lowen

The Voice of the Body is the first publication in a single volume of Alexander Lowen's public lectures known as The Lowen Monographs. This historical collection of twenty-two lectures by one of the founders...


The Betrayal of the Body

by Alexander, M.D., Dr. Lowen

The Betrayal of the Body is Alexander Lowen's pioneering study of the mind-body split. Lowen describes the way people deny the reality, needs, and feelings of their bodies. This denial leads to the development...