Monthly Archives: May 2016

Books added week commencing 30th May 2016

Cognitive neuroscience of language by David Kemmerer The student’s guide to cognitive neuroscience (3rd edn) by Jamie Ward Global warming: the complete briefing (5th edn) by Sir John Houghton Affluence, austerity and electoral change in Britain by Paul Whiteley, Harold … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 23rd May 2016

Mason and McCall Smith’s law and medical ethics (10th edn) by G.T. Laurie, S.H.E. Harmon and G. Porter The lifted veil; Brother Jacob by George Eliot; edited with an introduction and notes by Helen Small Homer’s Odyssey by Simon Armitage … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 16th May 2016

Contract law: text, cases, and materials (7th edn) by Ewan McKendrick (2 copies) The conduct of hostilities under the law of international armed conflict (3rd edn) by Yoram Dinstein Criminal law: text, cases, and materials (7th edn) by Jonathan Herring … Continue reading

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Books added 12th/13th May 2016

The domain of reasons by John Skorupski Reasons for belief edited by Andrew Reisner and Asbjørn Steglich-Petersen The book of evidence by Peter Achinstein Reason without freedom: the problem of epistemic normativity by David Owens The mirror of Venus: women … Continue reading

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Books added 9th-10th May 2016

Jack B. Yeats: old and new departures by Yvonne Scott, editor (On Display) Modern motherhood: women and family in England, c. 1945-2000 by Angela Davis (On Display) The Jew of Malta: a critical reader edited by Robert A. Logan Historical … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 2nd May 2016

The complete correspondence of Sigmund Freud and Ernest Jones 1908-1939 edited by R. Andrew Paskauskas; introduction by Riccardo Steiner The normative web: an argument for moral realism by Terence Cuneo Authoritarian origins of democratic party systems in Africa by Rachel … Continue reading

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