November book givaway

The last book giveaway worked really well so I decided to continue the tradition a bit longer. Let me know in the comments if any of the books on the list catch your fancy. I have a Swedish list on a separate blog.

Sean Lang Parliamentary Reform 1785-1929

Bruno Giordano The Ash Wednesday Supper

Stephen Gray The artist as thief

The Memoirs of Field Marshal Kesselring

The philosophy of Schopenhauer

Richard Susskind The Future of Law

Beauchamp & Childress Principles of Biomedical Ethics (4th ed)

Michael Morton The Critical Turn: Studies in Kant, Herder, Wittgenstein & Contemporary Theory

Jared Diamond Guns, Germs and Steel

Mark McCormack What they dont teach you at Harvard Business School

Robert Ardrey The Territorial Imperative

Too many books – a givaway

I am now faced with an aesthetic dilemma – I have too many books and not enough will-power to stop buying more. The solution to the problem was to decrease the number of books I had so that I could keep up my addiction to dead trees. So first I used BookCrossing to release a bunch of books into the wild. Ten books, almost all in Swedish, but this was not enough

So now I am announcing a book givaway. I will send you any of the following books just tell me which you want in the comments below:

Collins & Makowsky (1998) The Discovery of Society (6th ed)

Robert Graves (1981) The Greek Myths vol 1 & 2

David Ariel (1988) The Mystic Quest

Wittgenstein (1961) Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus

John Allen Paulos (2000) I Think Therefore I Laugh

Sean Lang (1999) Parliamentary Reform 1785-1928

Stephen Gray (2001) The Artist is a Thief

Will Kymlicka (1995) Multicultural Citizenship

Hegel’s Political Writings (1998)

Mary Midgley (1991) Wisdom, Information & Wonder: What is knowledge for?

Giordano Bruno (1995) The Ash Wednesday Supper