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  • The Non-Reality of Free Willby Richard Double

    Oxford University Press 1991; US$ 134.99

    This monograph offers an argument concerning free will and moral responsibility which identifies hierarchical compatibilism - a view espoused by such philosophers as Neely, Watson, Levin and Dennett - as the most plausible account of free will. more...

  • Metaphilosophy and Free Willby Richard Double

    Oxford University Press 1996; US$ 114.99

    In this text, the author looks at the contending schools of thought on the problem of free will. He argues that the free will problem is intractable because free will theorists are separated by metaphilosophical differences in the way they view the philosophical enterprise itself. more...

  • Critical Psychiatryby D.B. Double

    Palgrave Macmillan 2006; US$ 125.00

    Psychiatry is increasingly dominated by the reductionist claim that mental illness is caused by neurobiological abnormalities. Critical psychiatry disagrees with this and proposes a more ethical foundation for practice. This book describes an original framework for renewing mental health services in alliance with people with mental health problems. more...

  • In Another Lifeby David W. Double

    Port Campbell Press 2011; US$ 12.99

    In Another Life' is the story of William Daley, a young, gay lawyer who starts out his career in an old-fashioned legal firm in Borac - a small struggling town in country Victoria. Despite an inauspicious start to working under the cantankerous senior partner, Colin Budd, William gradually establishes himself, before becoming entangled in a web... more...

  • The Unthinkableby Double Dragon Publishing

    Double Dragon Publishing 2014; US$ 5.99

    Lynn the Fox has been a Kazak for several years and thought she had seen it all; after all, she's a Master Kazak having killed more than five Assassins—professional killers with wizard-like talents. But life is unpredictable and the unimaginable is about to happen. more...

  • Until Death Do Us Part, Vol. 2by Hiroshi Takashige; DOUBLE-S

    Orbit 2014; US$ 10.24

    Protecting Haruka from Ex Solid has gotten Mamoru involved in an even more sinister plot, organized by the terrorist group known as the Plunderers. The swordsman's reckless tactics generate results, but they have also attracted the attention of the terrorists' leader, Edge Turus. Mamoru's allies in the Wall and the very people who hired him begin... more...

  • Until Death Do Us Part, Vol. 7by Hiroshi Takashige; DOUBLE-S

    Orbit 2014; US$ 10.24

    Through an audience with the leader of the Element Network, Haruka learns more about Mamoru's past--how his aspirations to master all forms of combat led him to a military training facility in the U.S. and from there to service with the Element Network. It was on a mission to stop TPC, a criminal group responsible for abducting children in Chechnya,... more...

  • Until Death Do Us Part, Vol. 4by Hiroshi Takashige; DOUBLE-S

    Orbit 2014; US$ 10.24

    Officer Genda's suspicions that Mamoru is involved in the Haruka Tooyama case are confirmed when he confronts the blind man in the park on the night of the operation. Genda manages to hold his own against the master swordsman, but Mamoru isn't of a mind to show his cards to the police and makes a quick getaway. Despite the officer's interference,... more...

  • Until Death Do Us Part, Vol. 3by Hiroshi Takashige; DOUBLE-S

    Orbit 2014; US$ 10.24

    Haruka and Mamoru take to the streets, fleeing the deadly invisible enemy that pursues them. With Mamoru wounded and his sword blunted, Haruka fears that prolonging this fight will only end with her protector's destruction. But Mamoru has not been relying on his strength alone. Igawa has been working behind the scenes to counter the assassin's... more...

  • Until Death Do Us Part, Vol. 5by Hiroshi Takashige; DOUBLE-S

    Orbit 2014; US$ 10.24

    Caught in Wiseman's trap, besieged on all sides by snipers and drug-crazed attackers, Mamoru is saved only by the arrival of Haruka and a stroke of good fortune. Frustrated by his own helplessness, Mamoru abandons the Element Network to further hone his skills. He can't rely on luck alone if he wants to survive his next encounter with Wiseman... more...