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  1. THE DEATH OF SIGMUND FREUD

    THE DEATH OF SIGMUND FREUD
    The Legacy of His Last Days

    MARK EDMUNDSON
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    When Hitler invaded Vienna in March of 1938, Sigmund Freud, old and desperately ill, was among the city's 175,000 Jews. The Nazis hated Freud, detesting his 'soul-destroying glorification of the insti... Learn More
  2. THE PRIVATE LIFE

    THE PRIVATE LIFE
    Why We Remain in the Dark

    JOSH COHEN

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    The war over private life spreads inexorably. Some seek to expose, invade and steal it, others to protect, conceal and withhold it. Either way, the assumption is that privacy is a possession to be won... Learn More
  3. PSYCHOGEOGRAPHY

    PSYCHOGEOGRAPHY

    MERLIN COVERLEY

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    Originating in the Paris of the 1950s, psychogeography continues to find retrospective validation in much earlier traditions, from the visionary writing of William Blake and Thomas De Quincey to the r... Learn More
  4. THE SMELL OF FRESH RAIN

    THE SMELL OF FRESH RAIN
    The Unexpected Pleasures of Our Most Elusive Sense

    BARNEY SHAW

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    An investigation into the biology, psychology and history of smell, and a search for effective ways to put into words scents that we instantly relate to, but find strangely ineffable. The writer’s g... Learn More
  5. THE LEGACY OF R D LAING

    THE LEGACY OF R D LAING
    An Appraisal of His Contemporary Relevance

    Edited by M GUY THOMPSON

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    R D Laing (1927-89) continues to be widely recognised in the psychotherapy community. Laing’s books are a testament to his breadth of interests, including the understanding of madness, alternatives ... Learn More
  6. THINKING, FAST AND SLOW

    THINKING, FAST AND SLOW

    DANIEL KAHNEMAN

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    Why is there more chance we’ll believe something if it’s in a bold type face? Why are judges more likely to deny parole before lunch? Why do we assume a good-looking person will be more competent?... Learn More

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