Human Wrongs: a devastating look at British Social Policy and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
An imaginary, extended dialogue with Plato, Socrates, Spinoza and William James presents philosophical ideas that have never been more relevant for Western civilization.
Following on the success of Pandeism: An Anthology, July sees the publication of a second volume Pandeism: An Anthology of the Creative Mind, an exploration of the creativity of the human mind
This practical handbook will provide inspiration for women in early and middle leadership positions, in order to motivate them and equip them with the confidence, skills and strategies they require to be more visible at work and raise their profile.
The latest article from Joseph F. Duffy, author of Being a Supervisor 1.0
Choosing to have children is a private decision with global consequences.
This month sees the publication of Bernardo Kastrup's new book, The Idea of the World
Joseph Duffy, author of Being a Supervisor 1.0: a Handbook for the New, Aspiring, and Experienced Supervisor, discusses the fact that good supervsion does not mean one size fits all
Subjective experience must inform physics and philosophy, but it should be assessed carefully.