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Vera Rubin: A Life

Hardback, 26/02/2021, £23.95
£21.56
Jacqueline Mitton and Simon Mitton offer the first biography of Vera Rubin, an astronomer who made vital contributions to our understanding of dark matter. An outstanding scientist herself, Rubin also championed women in science, by mentoring, advocating for hiring women faculty, disseminating their research, and recognizing their achievements.

Elephant in the Universe: Our Hundred-Year Search for Dark Matter

Hardback, 27/05/2022, £23.95
£21.56
If existing models of the structure of the universe are correct, then 85 percent of the cosmos comprises a substance called dark matter. Yet no direct evidence of dark matter exists. Award-winning science journalist Govert Schilling details the quest to detect dark matter and how the search has helped us to understand the universe we inhabit.

The Power of Creative Destruction: Economic Upheaval and the Wealth of Nations

Hardback, 30/04/2021, £28.95
£26.06
The solution to inequality, environmental degradation, and other deficits of capitalism is better capitalism. The Power of Creative Destruction draws on cutting-edge research to argue that what we need today is not revolution but reform: pro-competitive policies that enable innovation while compensating for the disruption it causes.

Biophilia

Paperback, 31/01/1986, £24.95
£22.46
Biophilia is Edward O. Wilson's most personal book, an evocation of his own response to nature and an eloquent statement of the conservation ethic. Wilson argues that our natural affinity for life-biophilia-is the very essence of our humanity and binds us to all other living things.

Empire

Paperback, 15/08/2001, £26.95
£24.26
This text identifies a radical shift in concepts that form the philosophical basis of modern politics, concepts such as sovereignty, nation and people - and links this philosophical transformation to cultural and economic changes in postmodern society.

Lectures on the History of Moral Philosophy

Paperback, 15/11/2000, £28.95
£26.06
A collection of the lectures on moral philosophy given by John Rawls over three decades of teaching at Harvard. This book looks at thinkers such as Leibniz, Hume and Kant, in their struggle to define the role of a moral conception in human life.

Vulgate Bible: Douay-Rheims Translation: v. III: Poetical Books

Hardback, 01/11/2011, £27.95
£25.16
Volume III in this six-volume translation of the Vulgate Bible begins with Job's argument with God and continues with the Psalms and the Canticle of Canticles. Its seven Poetical Books mark the third step in a thematic progression from God's creation of the universe, through his oversight of historical events, and into the lives of his people.
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