Our minds have two ways of thinking: fast and intuitive, and slow and logical. This explains how we make decisions and how to use this knowledge to your advantage.
Should we financially reward children for good marks? Is it ethical to pay people to donate organs? What about hiring mercenaries to fight our wars, outsourcing inmates to for-profit prisons...
A witty insight into the contentment that can be found by rediscovering the joys of everyday things.
An incisive look at how our society has fragmented into inequality and how to address this most crucial blight on our times
Alain De Botton; The School of Life
Think more about sex by thinking about it in a different way
Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Why is the city-state better than the nation-state, and why is what we call "efficient" is not efficient at all? Why should you write your resignation letter before starting on...
When George Price died in January 1975, his funeral in London was attended by five homeless men. This title includes Price's personal and professional journey that is woven into a...
Dalai Lama XIV
Argues that religion is not a necessity for pursuing a spiritual life. This modern-day polemic outlines those ethics that the Dalai Lama believes should be central to our lives.
A fresh history of the Situationist International by the author of A Hacker Manifesto.
Roger Scruton is one of Britain's most respected thinkers and in this new book he offers a radically different solution to the planet's most important problem.
David Foster Wallace
David Foster Wallace probes the challenges of daily living and offers advice that renews us with every reading.
Deepak Chopra; Rudolph E. Tanzi
Shares an understanding of the brain and a prescriptive plan for how we can use it to achieve physical, mental and spiritual well-being. This title reveals 'the forgotten miracle' -...
Our failure to address questions of meaning and morality through science has now become the primary justification for religious faith. This book intends to link morality to the rest of...
Alain de Botton
The popular philosopher argues that we should retain religion, but ditch God.
To home, business or free to our stores. Click for more info.
Despatched in 1 business day.
|Add to Basket|
|Click & Collect:|
Order now to collect from 5pm today. In stock items only. Click for more info.
Currently out of stock in all stores.
Stores - out of stock
|New & Used:|
Our marketplace sellers will deliver to your chosen address. Click for more info.
| || || |
In this provocative and passionately argued book, Roger Scruton proposes that the greatest harm and havoc has been wrought on the world by those who have presented themselves as optimists...
'In this entertaining, educative and gracefully written book, Julian Baggini explores the questions of the nature of the self and in what sense it persists through time ... This is...