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  • The Undefeated Mind: On the Science of Constructing an Indestructible Self | Alex Lickerman

    The Undefeated Mind: On the Science of Constructing an Indestructible Self

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    • By Alex Lickerman
    • Narrated By Phil Holland
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    Legions of self-help authors rightly urge personal development as the key to happiness, but they typically fail to focus on its most important objective: hardiness. Though that which doesn't kill us can make us stronger, as Nietzsche tells us, few authors today offer any insight into just how to springboard from adversity to strength. It doesn't just happen automatically, and it takes practice. New scientific research suggests that resilience isn't something with which only a fortunate few of us have been born, but rather something we can all take specific action to develop.

    Sigurd says: "Excellent Book"
  • Foucault: A Very Short Introduction | Gary Gutting

    Foucault: A Very Short Introduction

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    • By Gary Gutting
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    Foucault is one of those rare philosophers who has become a cult figure. Born in 1926 in France, over the course of his life he dabbled in drugs, politics, and the Paris SM scene, all whilst striving to understand the deep concepts of identity, knowledge, and power. From aesthetics to the penal system; from madness and civilization to avant-garde literature, Foucault was happy to reject old models of thinking and replace them with versions that are still widely debated today.

    manuel says: "Very Short"
  • The Debater's Guide, Fourth Edition | Jon M. Ericson,James J. Murphy,Raymond Bud Zeuschner

    The Debater's Guide, Fourth Edition

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    • By Jon M. Ericson, James J. Murphy, Raymond Bud Zeuschner
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    Tens of thousands of readers have studied and applied this practical guide to instruction in argumentation and communication since it was first published in 1961. In this fourth edition - the Fiftieth Anniversary Edition - authors Jon M. Ericson, James J. Murphy, and Raymond Bud Zeuschner have made significant revisions to improve the depth, flow, and clarity of this popular debater's handbook. With straightforward explanations and specific applications geared toward contemporary debate practice, this compact volume offers students and teachers clear-cut assistance.

  • Aristotle: A Very Short Introduction | Jonathan Barnes

    Aristotle: A Very Short Introduction

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    • By Jonathan Barnes
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    The influence of Aristotle, the prince of philosophers, on the intellectual history of the West is second to none. In this audiobook, Jonathan Barnes examines Aristotle's scientific researches, his discoveries in logic and his metaphysical theories, his work in psychology and in ethics and politics, and his ideas about art and poetry, placing his teachings in their historical context.

    Marcus says: "For The Love of Knowledge"
  • West of the Revolution: An Uncommon History of 1776 | Claudio Saunt

    West of the Revolution: An Uncommon History of 1776

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    • By Claudio Saunt
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    This panoramic account of 1776 chronicles the other revolutions unfolding that year across North America, far beyond the British colonies. In 1776, Thomas Paine published Common Sense, the Continental Congress declared independence, and Washington crossed the Delaware. We are familiar with these famous moments in American history, but we know little about the extraordinary events occurring that same year far beyond the British colonies.

    Rick says: "Maybe better in print"
  • Constantine the Emperor | David Potter

    Constantine the Emperor

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    • By David Potter
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    This year Christians worldwide will celebrate the 1700th anniversary of Constantine's conversion and victory at the Battle of the Milvian Bridge. No Roman emperor had a greater impact on the modern world than did Constantine. The reason is not simply that he converted to Christianity but that he did so in a way that brought his subjects along after him. Indeed, this major new biography argues that Constantine's conversion is but one feature of a unique administrative style that enabled him to take control of an empire beset by internal rebellions and external threats by Persians and Goths.

    Nick says: "Really dull, avoid"
  • Augustine: A Very Short Introduction | Henry Chadwick

    Augustine: A Very Short Introduction

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    • By Henry Chadwick
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    By his writings, the surviving bulk of which exceeds that of any other ancient author, Augustine came to influence not only his contemporaries but also the West since his time. This Very Short Introduction traces the development of Augustine's thought, discussing his reaction to the thinkers before him, and themes such as freedom, creation, and the trinity.

    Thomas says: "Depth, Excellence, and Brevity Together"
  • By the Spear: Philip II, Alexander the Great, and the Rise and Fall of the Macedonian Empire | Ian Worthington

    By the Spear: Philip II, Alexander the Great, and the Rise and Fall of the Macedonian Empire

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    • By Ian Worthington
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    For the first time, By the Spear offers an exhilarating military narrative of the reigns of these two larger-than-life figures in one volume. Ian Worthington gives full breadth to the careers of father and son, showing how Philip was the architect of the Macedonian empire, which reached its zenith under Alexander, only to disintegrate upon his death.

    Maya says: "Pitting one against the other?"
  • Man for Himself: An Inquiry into the Psychology of Ethics | Erich Fromm

    Man for Himself: An Inquiry into the Psychology of Ethics

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    • By Erich Fromm
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    In Man for Himself, Erich Fromm examines the confusion of modern women and men who, because they lack faith in any principle by which life ought to be guided, become the helpless prey forces both within and without. From the broad, interdisciplinary perspective that marks Fromm's distinguished oeuvre, he shows that psychology cannot divorce itself from the problems of philosophy and ethics, and that human nature cannot be understood without understanding the values and moral conflicts that confront us all.

  • Britannia's Fist: From Civil War to World War | Peter G. Tsouras

    Britannia's Fist: From Civil War to World War

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    • By Peter G. Tsouras
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    In this, the first volume of renowned author and historian Peter G. Tsouras’s alternative history trilogy, Great Britain’s support for the Confederacy takes it to the brink of war with the Union. The escape of a British-built Confederate ironclad finally ignites the heap of combustible animosities and national interests. When the US Navy seizes it in British waters, the ensuing battle spirals into all-out war. Napoleon III eagerly joins the British and declares war on the United States.

    Francisco says: "something different"
  • Thomas Jefferson  | R. B. Bernstein

    Thomas Jefferson 

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    • By R. B. Bernstein
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    Thomas Jefferson designed his own tombstone, describing himself simply as "Author of the Declaration of Independence and of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, and Father of the University of Virginia". It is in this simple epitaph that R. B. Bernstein finds the key to this enigmatic Founder - not as a great political figure, but as leader of "a revolution of ideas that would make the world over again". In Thomas Jefferson, Bernstein offers the definitive short biography of this revered American - the first concise life in six decades. Bernstein deftly synthesizes the massive scholarship on his subject into a swift, insightful, evenhanded account.

    Andrew West says: "short and concise"
  • The Beauty of the Real: What Hollywood Can Learn from Contemporary French Actresses | Mick LaSalle

    The Beauty of the Real: What Hollywood Can Learn from Contemporary French Actresses

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    • By Mick LaSalle
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    Even as actresses become increasingly marginalized by Hollywood, French cinema is witnessing an explosion of female talent - a Golden Age unlike anything the world has seen since the days of Stanwyck, Hepburn, Davis, and Garbo. In France, the joy of acting is alive and well. Scores of French actresses are doing the best work of their lives in movies tailored to their star images and unique personalities. Yet virtually no one this side of the Atlantic even knows about them. Viewers who feel shortchanged by Hollywood will be thrilled to discover The Beauty of the Real.

    Rastein says: "Great but Bias"
  • The Constant Choice: An Everyday Journey from Evil Toward Good | Peter Georgescu,David Dorsey

    The Constant Choice: An Everyday Journey from Evil Toward Good

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    • By Peter Georgescu, David Dorsey
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    In The Constant Choice, Peter Georgescu offers a gripping narrative of his journey from childhood captivity in a Romanian labor camp to his role as CEO of the world-renowned advertising agency Young & Rubicam. His traumatic youth - his parents’ exile from their homeland, his grandfather’s murder in prison, his neighbors’ betrayal of one another - led to a lifelong struggle to grasp humanity’s moral nature.

    Jason Ruby says: "Great "
  • Vampire a Go-Go | Victor Gischler

    Vampire a Go-Go

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    • By Victor Gischler
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    Victor Gischler is a master of the class-act literary spoof, and his work has drawn comparison to that of Douglas Adams, Kurt Vonnegut, and Thomas Pynchon. Now, Gischler turns his attention to werewolves, alchemists, ghosts, witches, and gun-toting Jesuit priests in Vampire a Go-Go, a hilarious romp of spooky, Gothic entertainment. Narrated by a ghost whose spirit is chained to a mysterious castle in Prague, Gischler's latest is full of twists and surprises that will have listeners screaming - and laughing - for more.

  • The Dance Must Follow: Sixteen Cantos and an Epilogue | Phil Holland

    The Dance Must Follow: Sixteen Cantos and an Epilogue

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    The Dance Must Follow is a verse portrait of the artist as dancer, gardener, photographer, and dreamer. The artist in question is Moses Pendleton, internationally known as a founder of the groundbreaking dance troupes Pilobolus and Momix, of which he is artistic director, and as a two-time Olympic choreographer. The poem, actually begun by Moses himself, recounts episodes in his unconventional creative life over a 30-year span in funny, lyrical, and accessible rhyming verse.

  • Stolen | Ron Chudley

    Stolen

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    • By Ron Chudley
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    John Quarry is on vacation with his small son, Nate, when a tragedy occurs: During an overnight stop in the Fraser Canyon, the child disappears and is presumed lost to the river. The coroner's verdict is death by drowning, although the body is never recovered. While the authorities consider the matter closed, a provocative dream convinces John that his son is not dead, but stolen. With little hope and only a single clue, John sets out on a desperate search.

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