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  • Introducing Neurolinguistic Programming for Workby Dianne Lowther

    Icon Books 2012; US$ 7.28

    A Practical Guide to using NLP techniques to succeed at work. more...

  • Envyby Kate Barrows

    Icon Books 2002; US$ 7.95

    Branded as one of the seven deadly sins and the reason in Christian mythology for Satan?s fall from grace, envy is endemic in modern life. Although recognised as a pivotal state of mind centuries before psychoanalysis, in contemporary times it has been fostered relentlessly through advertising and the media. No wonder then, that in the new millennium... more...

  • Introducing Logicby Sharron Shatil; Dan Cryan; Bill Mayblin

    Icon Books 2004; US$ 12.95

    Logic is the backbone of Western civilization, holding its systems of philosophy, science and law. Yet despite logic's widely acknowledged importance, it remains an unbroken seal for many, due to its heavy use of jargon and mathematical symbolism. more...

  • Introducing Romanticismby Duncan Heath; Judy Boreham

    Icon Books 2005; US$ 10.19

    When we think of Romanticism, flamboyant figures such as Byron or Shelley instantly spring to mind, but what about Napoleon or Hegel?  How was it that Romanticism could give birth to passionate individualism and chauvinistic nationalism at the same time?  Duncan Heath and Judy Boreham answer these questions and provide a unique overview of the many... more...

  • Eureka!by Andrew Gregory

    Icon Books 2001; US$ 10.19

    Eureka shows that science begins with the Greeks. They gave birth to disiciplines as diverse as medicine, cosmology and mathematics. But how, and why? Free from intellectual and religious dogma, the Greeks rejected explanation in terms of myths and capricious gods: they were the first to discover nature, a revolution in the history of thought without... more...

  • The Intellectualby Steve Fuller

    Icon Books 2005; US$ 10.19

    Modelled on Machiavelli's notorious tract on statecraft, The Prince, Steve Fuller?s book dissects what it means to be an intellectual. What distinguishes them from philosophers, scientists, politicians or entrepreneurs? Why are they happy to be insulted as long as they are not ignored? And who is the intellectual's favourite superhero?  "I devoured... more...

  • Anxietyby Ricky Emanuel

    Icon Books 2000; US$ 7.95

    A mini-essay which illuminates the psycoanalytical concept of anxiety in psychoanalysis. It relates, according to Freud, not to everyday worries but to a threat to the Ego and to our sense of self. It includes examples taken from the lives of well-known people, and from art, music, and literature. more...

  • Exhibitionismby Brett Kahr

    Icon Books 2001; US$ 7.95

    Ideas in Psychoanalysis is a series of essays which explain psychoanalytical concepts, their relevance to everyday life and their ability to illuminate the nature of human society and culture. Everybody wants to be famous for 15 minutes. From Tracey Emin's Bed to Big Brother, exhibiting oneself in public is a mass-market phenomenon. For Freud exhibitionism... more...

  • Iranby John Farndon

    Icon Books 2009; US$ 10.19

    Many see Iran as part of the 'axis of evil', and America is not alone in arguing that it presents a huge danger. But is Iran really the rabid Islamic dog that some paint it? Or is it in fact the most prosperous, sophisticated, cultured nation in the Middle East, despite the President's belligerence?  This book gives you the facts and lets you form... more...

  • Phobiaby Ivan Ward

    Icon Books 2001; US$ 7.95

    This book illuminates the individual and social nightmare world of phobic phenomena. Jargon-free and wriiten by an expert in the field, it unravels the recognisable but enigmatic language of psychoanalysis. more...