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"I cannot think of a better introduction to critical thinking that does not compromise philosophical rigor…. Not only does the book offer an excellent introduction to standard elements of critical thinking, it also addresses issues surrounding the media, assessing and organizing argumentat...
A wide array of different perspectives on happiness are represented in this collection of historical and contemporary readings.
This book offers a thoughtful look at a variety of compelling answers to the question, “What does it mean to be happy?”
L.W. Conolly’s new edition of one of Shaw’s most controversial plays restores an early final act of the play removed from all previous published versions.
A clear, concise, and classroom-tested guide to writing argumentative essays in college and university.
"…an exciting achievement … it sets a new standard by which all other anthologies of British literature will now have to be measured." – Graham Hammill, SUNY Buffalo
“A smart and affecting debut. It’s a story that readers will carry with them long after they have finished the book. Sigal Samuel is an excellent writer, one who is bound to make a profound mark on the literary landscape.” – Steven Galloway, author of The Cellist of Sarajevo
The correspondence of one of the most important writers of African descent in the eighteenth century is gathered in Vincent Carretta’s new edition.
"Martin Danahay's edition of Jekyll and Hyde is a treasure-trove of biographical, cultural, and historical materials. It makes a number of important contexts for interpretation available through its accessible but intriguing assemblage of ancillary documents. It cannot fail to be the inspiratio...