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  • A Workbook for Argumentsby David Morrow; Anthony Weston

    Hackett Publishing Company, Inc. 2011; US$ 22.95

    This book builds on Anthony Weston's "Rulebook for Arguments" to offer a complete textbook for a course in critical thinking or informal logic. The workbook contains the entire text of the fourth edition of the "Rulebook", while supplementing this core text with extensive further explanations and exercises: homework exercises adapted from a wide range... more...

  • Science and Spiritualityby Michael Ruse

    Cambridge University Press 2010; US$ 18.00

    Michael Ruse offers a new analysis of the often troubled relationship between science and religion. more...

  • The Uses of Argumentby Stephen E. Toulmin

    Cambridge University Press 2003; US$ 27.00

    This book has been an enduring source of inspiration and discussion for more than forty years. more...

  • Naturalistic Hermeneuticsby C. Mantzavinos

    Cambridge University Press 2005; US$ 28.00

    Naturalistic Hermeneutics, first published in 2005, shows how 'meaningful' materials can be dealt with using the hypothetico-deductive method. more...

  • Michel Foucaultby Clare O'Farrell

    SAGE Publications 2005; US$ 72.00

    Michel Foucault's work is one of the most influential sources of ideas in the humanities and social sciences today. Clare O'Farrell offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to Foucault's enormous, diverse and challenging output. Her book provides a range of practical tools and a reference work for readers who wish to understand and apply... more...

  • Thomas Aquinas on the Passionsby Robert Miner

    Cambridge University Press 2009; US$ 35.00

    Provides an understanding of Thomas Aquinas' account of the passions, the elemental forces that affect human happiness. more...

  • Sun Stand Stillby Steven Furtick

    The Doubleday Religious Publishing Group 2010; US$ 14.99

    If you're not daring to believe God for the impossible, you may be sleeping through some of the best parts of your Christian Life.   This book is not a Snuggie. The words on these pages will not go down like Ambien. I?m not writing to calm or coddle you. With God?s help, I intend to incite a riot in your mind. Trip your breakers and turn out the... more...

  • Spiritual Bypassingby Robert Augustus Phd Masters

    North Atlantic Books 2010; US$ 16.95

    Spiritual bypassing?the use of spiritual beliefs to avoid dealing with painful feelings, unresolved wounds, and developmental needs?is so pervasive that it goes largely unnoticed. The spiritual ideals of any tradition, whether Christian commandments or Buddhist precepts, can provide easy justification for practitioners to duck uncomfortable feelings... more...

  • The Hemlock Cupby Bettany Hughes

    Random House 2011; US$ 15.87

    We think the way we do because Socrates thought the way he did. His aphorism 'The unexamined life is not worth living' may have originated twenty-five centuries ago, but it is a founding principle of modern life. For seventy years Socrates was a vigorous citizen of Golden Age Athens, philosophising in the squares and public arenas rather than in... more...

  • The Art of Always Being Rightby A.C. Grayling; Arthur Schopenhauer

    Gibson Square 2012; US$ 7.28

    Beware who you give this book to.' Financial Times 'I recommend that you keep this delightful essay at your side.' Observer 'Dryly witty essay' Alain de Botton, Sunday Telegraph We all sit through meetings with that one person who seems to be able to persuade everyone. What is their secret? Are they more gifted than we are? Or is it just that they... more...