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Gray's Anatomy
Gray's Anatomy John Gray
This edition is updated with a new foreword and two new chapters of John Gray's writing.
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Greek And Roman Political Ideas
Greek And Roman Political Ideas Melissa Lane
In Greek and Roman Political Ideas, acclaimed classics scholar Melissa Lane introduces the reader to the foundations of Western political thought, from the Greeks, who invented democracy, to the Romans, who created a republic and then transformed it into an empire.
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Happy Ever After
Happy Ever After Paul Dolan
What if education, success, marriage, kids and health weren't the answers to happiness we're sold? What if you could find your own path?
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Hermeneutics: Facts and Interpretation in the Age of Information
Hermeneutics: Facts and Interpretation in the Age of Information John D. Caputo
Renowned thinker John D. Caputo has spent his career recasting theology and philosophy for a new world. In Interpretations from the Margins, he explores the cross-disciplinary world of modern hermeneutics, blazing a new trail in the most modern of fields.
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How The French Think
How The French Think Sudhir Hazareesingh
The French: orderly and anarchic, serious and frivolous, charming and infuriating, rational and mystical, pessimistic, pleasure-loving - and perhaps more than any other people, intellectual. From philosophers to Asterix, this original and entertaining book shows just exactly what makes the French so . . . French.
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How The Mind Works
How The Mind Works Steven Pinker
How the Mind Works explores every aspect of mental life, showing that our minds are not a mystery, but a system of organs of computation designed by natural selection. 
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How To Plan A Crusade
How To Plan A Crusade Christopher Tyerman
Thousands left their homelands in the Middle Ages to fight wars abroad. But how did the Crusades actually happen? From recruitment propaganda to raising money, ships to siege engines, medicine to the power of prayer, this vivid, surprising history shows holy war - and medieval society - in a new light.
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Intuition Pumps And Other Tools For Thinking
Intuition Pumps And Other Tools For Thinking Daniel C. Dennett
Thinking is hard. A few of us may be natural geniuses; others are blessed with reserves of willpower. Then there are the rest of us: not prodigies and short on time, but still aspiring to understand the world. What can we do?
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Like A Thief In Broad Daylight
Like A Thief In Broad Daylight Slavoj Zizek
The latest analysis from the maverick philosopher on the dark side of technology and power.
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Living with the Gods
Living with the Gods Neil MacGregor
The panoramic exploration of how belief shapes us, from the celebrated author of A History of the World in 100 Objects.
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Meditations: Popular Penguins
Meditations: Popular Penguins Marcus Aurelius
These spiritual reflections of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (AD 121-180) show a leader trying to make sense of himself and the universe, and cover diverse topics such as the question of virtue, human rationality and the nature of the gods.
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Meetings With Remarkable Manuscripts
Meetings With Remarkable Manuscripts de Hamel Christopher, Christopher de Hamel
The most beguiling and acclaimed history book of the year, now in paperback.
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National Populism
National Populism Roger Eatwell, Matthew Goodwin
A crucial new guide to one of the most important phenomena of our time: the rise of populism in the West.
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Object-Oriented Ontology
Object-Oriented Ontology Graham Harman
A new introduction to the philosophical movement that has become one of the most influential theoretical currents in contemporary intellectual life.
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On Liberty
On Liberty Shami Chakrabarti
Since 9/11, governments have told us to sacrifice some freedoms for greater security. In this highly personal, impassioned defence of fundamental human rights, Shami Chakrabarti, the Director of Liberty, draws on her own campaigning experience to argue that our civil liberties aren't disposable - they matter more than ever. 
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On Politics
On Politics ALAN RYAN
This is a book about the answers that historians, philosophers, theologians, practising politicians and would-be revolutionaries have given to one question: how should human beings best govern themselves?
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