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Western Philosophy Made Easy by Dennis Waite

Western Philosophy Made Easy

Dennis Waite

Jul 2018

What can Western Philosophy tell us about purpose and meaning in our lives?

Fall, The (new edition with Afterword) by Steve Taylor

Fall, The (new edition with Afterword)

Steve Taylor

Jun 2018

New edition of the bestselling classic.

Human Wrongs by T.J. Coles

Human Wrongs

T.J. Coles

May 2018

A devastating analysis of modern Britain's violations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Is Intelligence an Algorithm? by Antonin Tuynman

Is Intelligence an Algorithm?

Antonin Tuynman

Jan 2018

Discover Nature’s algorithm of Intelligence to learn problem-solving from intuition to artificial intelligence.

Basics First by Sema Dube, Manu Dube

Basics First

Sema Dube
Manu Dube

Oct 2017

Let's change how we define money and take back control of our economic systems.

Mental Penguins by Ivelin Sardamov

Mental Penguins

Ivelin Sardamov

May 2017

A sobering look at the ongoing crisis in civic learning and the fatal attraction of information technology.

Pandeism: An Anthology by Knujon Mapson

Pandeism: An Anthology

Knujon Mapson

Jan 2017

An anthology of exceptional essays and articles addressing the revolutionary theological theory of Pandeism.

No Time and Nowhere by Fergus Hinds

No Time and Nowhere

Fergus Hinds

Aug 2016

Why believe in an immaterial world behind this one? Probably because there is one.

Homemade Academic Circus  by Camilla Damkjaer

Homemade Academic Circus

Camilla Damkjaer

Jun 2016

What happens to the knowledge of the performance theoretician when physically engaging with the circus arts?

In Search of the Common Good by Jack E. Brush

In Search of the Common Good

Jack E. Brush

May 2016

Concern for the common good should be the context in which individual human rights are interpreted.

More Than Allegory by Bernardo Kastrup

More Than Allegory

Bernardo Kastrup

Apr 2016

A plausible, living validation of religion that doesn't contradict reason.

On Being Human by Michael N. Marsh

On Being Human

Michael N. Marsh

Dec 2015

A study of human beings – our origins, status, beginnings and endings. It asks what is entailed in being human?

Logic  of  Enlightenment, The by Dave S. Henley

Logic of Enlightenment, The

Dave S. Henley

Nov 2015

In this ground-breaking book the meaning of enlightenment is made evident to the sceptical modern reader, in an intellectually convincing manner.

Incompatible Ballerina and Other Essays by Charlie Johns

Incompatible Ballerina and Other Essays

Charlie Johns

Nov 2015

An ontological and epistemological framework and foundation for the psychological symptom 'neurosis'.

In the Absence of Human Beauty by Matthew Alun Ray

In the Absence of Human Beauty

Matthew Alun Ray

Oct 2015

Vivid fragments engaging with ethical and sceptical themes by means of an engagement with several major European thinkers.

Citizens of the Broken Compass by Jack E. Brush

Citizens of the Broken Compass

Jack E. Brush

May 2015

This collection of essays aims at promoting dialogue between groups that have become polarized over issues such as: human rights, same-sex marriage and religion.

Brief Peeks Beyond by Bernardo Kastrup

Brief Peeks Beyond

Bernardo Kastrup

May 2015

An incisive, original, compelling alternative to current mainstream cultural views and assumptions.

Echoes in Perspective_essays on architecture by Daniel Pavlovits

Echoes in Perspective_essays on architecture

Daniel Pavlovits

May 2015

A political voice to architecture and the architecture profession.

Case for Polytheism, The by Steven Dillon

Case for Polytheism, The

Steven Dillon

Feb 2015

Polytheism is very much a reasonable position nowadays, and The Case for Polytheism explains why.

Vagabond Spirit of Poetry, The by Edward Clarke

Vagabond Spirit of Poetry, The

Edward Clarke

Oct 2014

Spend some time with the wisest poets of our age and the past to discover your spiritual potential.

Framespotting by Laurence & Alison Matthews


Laurence & Alison Matthews

Oct 2014

A punchy, upbeat guide to framespotting. Spot deceptions and hidden assumptions; swap growth for growing up; see and be free.

Atheism Reclaimed by Patrick O'Connor

Atheism Reclaimed

Patrick O'Connor

Sep 2014

A Lament for the Soul of Atheism. Real Atheism for Real Atheists.

Escape from Quantopia by Ted Dace

Escape from Quantopia

Ted Dace

Aug 2014

An impassioned call to restore our integrity and sense of reality in a world reduced to numbers.

Why Materialism Is Baloney by Bernardo Kastrup

Why Materialism Is Baloney

Bernardo Kastrup

Apr 2014

A hard-nosed, logical, and skeptic non-materialist metaphysics according to which the body is in mind, not mind in the body.

Karma of Everyday Life, The by David  Lacey

Karma of Everyday Life, The

David Lacey

Jul 2013

Why do bad things happen to good people?

  • David FontanaDavid FontanaDuring his distinguished career David Fontana was Professor of Transpersonal Psychology at Liverpool...
  • Manjir Samanta-LaughtonManjir Samanta-LaughtonAfter qualifying as a medical GP, a holistic therapist and working in the Bristol Cancer Help Centre...
  • Paul DevereuxPaul DevereuxCo-editor and initiator of the anthology, Trish Pfeiffer, was co-chair with John Mack in the Center ...
  • Michael MeacherMichael MeacherMichael Meacher in his own words: I am a politician (though frustrated and disgusted by so much of ...
  • Laurence & Alison MatthewsLaurence & Alison MatthewsIn a previous century, Laurence and Alison Matthews were university lecturers and statisticians in t...
  • Geoff CrockerGeoff CrockerFollowing an economics degree in the UK, Geoff Crocker developed two career components ; one in indu...
  • Peter EllsPeter EllsPeter Ells has a long-standing interest in the Hard Problem of consciousness: specifically in explai...
  • Knujon MapsonKnujon MapsonKnujon Mapson is a student of the revolutionary evolutionary theological theory of Pandeism, a const...
  • Nicholas HaggerNicholas HaggerNicholas Hagger is a poet, man of letters, cultural historian and philosopher. He has lectured in En...
  • Paul Rossetti BjarnasonPaul Rossetti Bjarnason A Canadian of Icelandic and Italian descent, Paul Rossetti Bjarnason was born in Vancouver in 1944....
  • Steve TaylorSteve TaylorSteve Taylor PhD is a senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Metropolitan University. He is the auth...
  • Emmanuel PapadakisEmmanuel PapadakisEmmanuel holds a biochemistry degree from Imperial College London and PhD in cardiovascular genetics...
  • Steven DillonSteven DillonSteven Dillon has been writing philosophical treatises for over five years, spending time in a Roman...
  • Imants BarušsImants BarušsImants Barušs obtained an interdisciplinary BSc from the University of Toronto, a MSc in mathematic...
  • Tom  CarverTom CarverThis is Tom Carver's first published book. He is not a full time author (he has a day job), or a P...
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