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A Blessing: Women of Color Teaming Up To Lead, Empower and Thrive

Anyone interested in the role of Black women, and women in general, in business will learn a great deal from this well-argued book.

The Delicate Art of Bureaucracy: Digital Transformation with the Monkey, the Razor, and the Sumo Wrestler

Readers involved in digital technology, as well as general readers interested in the place of bureaucracy in history and the contemporary world will gain a great deal from this insightful book, written by a master of the field.

No Safe Harbor: The Inside Truth About Cybercrime—and How To Protect Your Business

Business owners dealing with cybersecurity issues will find useful suggestions here, as well general readers interested in this vital problem.


Engelland succeeds very well in conveying what phenomenology is all about, and readers interested in Continental philosophy, from undergraduates to experienced professionals, will benefit from this comprehensive introduction.

The History of Philosophy

Comparable to Anthony Kenny’s A New History of Western Philosophy, this work will interest readers of philosophy and intellectual history. It aims at general audiences, but scholars will also find it valuable.

Conscience: The Origins of Moral Intuition

Readers interested in moral philosophy and the sciences will benefit greatly from this book, which bears comparison with Richard Wrangham’s The Goodness Hypothesis. Highly recommended. [See Prepub Alert, 12/17/18.]

Wittgenstein's Family Letters: Corresponding with Ludwig

Readers interested in contemporary philosophy in particular, and students of European intellectual history in general, will find this book significant for its portrayal of a major thinker

The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity

Written in a clear, nontechnical style, this book by an outstanding contemporary philosopher presents critical thinking about public issues at its best and should appeal widely to anyone interested in serious thought. [See Prepub Alert, 2/12/18.]

Think Again: How To Reason and Argue

This outstanding work will appeal to general readers for its painstaking discussions and spirit of good will and is comparable to Anthony Weston's A Rulebook for Arguments.

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