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Something Out of Place

Eimear McBride

A blistering, galvanising essay from Eimear McBride, award-winning author of A Girl is a Half-formed Thing

Speaking and Being

Kübra Gümüsay

What happens when our language is no longer fit for purpose, and how we can change the discourse

The Web of Meaning

Jeremy Lent

A compelling foundation for a new story of interconnectedness, showing how, as our civilization unravels, another world is possible.

How To Live With Each Other

Farhan Samanani

An anthropologist looks at our modern world – and shows how we can build a better, more connected one

Lives of the Stoics

Ryan Holiday

From the bestselling authors of The Daily Stoic comes an inspiring guide to the lives of Stoicism's greatest practitioners

The French Art of Not Trying Too Hard

Ollivier Pourriol

The answer to overwork and burnout, the route to fulfilment and success: letting go

The Daily Laws

Robert Greene

Daily doses of wisdom from the master of self-development

Courage Is Calling

Ryan Holiday

The first book in Stoicism guru Ryan Holiday's new series looking at the four key virtues of Stoicism

How to Deal With Idiots

Maxime Rovere

The international bestseller that offers an alternative to chucking your most irksome idiot out a window.

Natural

Alan Levinovitz

Why arguments based on what is 'natural', in food, medicine, and society at large, are appeals to a false idol – our oldest, most persistent…

Minor Feelings

Cathy Park Hong

A fearless work of creative non-fiction about racism in cultural pursuits by award-winning poet Cathy Park Hong

x+y

Eugenia Cheng

What if we could do the impossible and remove gender from the equation?

Together

Vivek H Murthy

'Essential reading' (Atul Gawande) from Obama's Surgeon General on the global loneliness epidemic – and how we can overcome it

This Life

Martin Hägglund

A serious and original philosopher tackles the meaning of life and returns with a majestic, liberating new answer

The Denial of Death

Ernest Becker

Ernest Becker tackles our relationship to mortality and searches for alternative ways to live

Tragedy, the Greeks and Us

Simon Critchley

A provocative and timely exploration into tragedy from the curator of The New York Times philosophy column

The Lies That Bind

Kwame Anthony Appiah

From the best-selling author of Cosmopolitanism comes this revealing exploration of how the collective identities that shape our polarized world are r…

Bodies

Susie Orbach

'A timely counterblast against our harsh new visual culture, obsessed with the perfection of the physical self.' – The Times

Tao: The Watercourse Way

Alan Watts

The last work by Alan Watts, Tao is the culmination of a lifetime's study and thought

The Age of Empathy

Frans de Waal

Empathy is not just a human trait – we can see it across the animal kingdom as a key element of evolutionary success

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