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David Runciman grapples with how character defines and limits the holders of the highest offices in the UK and America.
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A landmark history of the men and women who have defined the UK's role in the modern world - and what makes them special.
Discover how philosophy can shine a light on the world's most divisive issues.
A powerful and profound study of the news - how we read it, who controls it and why it matters - from former Guardian Editor-in-Chief Alan Rusbridger.
Stunning and much anticipated follow up to the acclaimed, prize-winning, Nothing is True and Everything is Possible.
A serious and original philosopher explores the meaning of your life.
Hurtling towards its inevitable and tragic conclusion, Deborah Snow draws us into a vortex of police missteps, extraordinary bravery and profound grief to reveal what happened during that awful day.
A serious and original philosopher explores the purpose of your life.
A journey through the fascinating edgeland where nature and crime are intertwined.
The first major biography of Don Dunstan, one of the few state premiers to stride the national stage and make a lasting mark on Australian life.