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  1. Zizek: Paper Revolutionary

    Marko Zlomislić

    Pickwick / MAY 2018

    In this new book, Marko Zlomislić argues that Slavoj Žižek’s work does not contain any sort of radical emancipatory project, especially as it passes through the ideology of... read more »
  2. You Must Change Your Life

    Thomas J. Millay

    Cascade / JUL 2020

    Countless academic books have been written about how to interpret literary texts. From reader response criticism to Marxist hermeneutics and beyond, the scholarship on interpretive methods is vast.... read more »
  3. Words About God

    Ian T. Ramsey

    Wipf and Stock / JUN 2011

  4. With Your Latte

    Charles R. Ringma

    Resource / JUN 2020

    Living in challenging times it is easy for us to become nostalgic or disgruntled. However, we can also become more reflective and empowered. With Your Latte is a small resource to help you... read more »
  5. Wisdom's Friendly Heart

    Jennifer Hockenbery

    Cascade / SEP 2020

    Sixteen-hundred years ago, Augustine begged his African congregants to think rationally, pay attention to evidence, and listen to their neighbors. He knew this would not be easy. He knew that human... read more »
  6. Windows and Doors

    N. Thomas Johnson-Medland

    Resource / DEC 2012

    The poems and pictures that have been collected here are prompts toward leaning into the places you have been and become. Clearly, every doorway you have crossed over and every window you have... read more »
  7. Why People Stop Believing

    Paul Chamberlain

    Cascade / JAN 2018

    This book addresses a growing need in apologetic literature. It is a response to the growing wave of Christian leaders who are rejecting Christianity and becoming some of its most ardent critics,... read more »
  8. Who Is Phaedrus?

    Marshell Carl Bradley

    Pickwick / NOV 2012

    Who Is Phaedrus?

    This book delivers answers.

    Many have said Phaedrus is the most intriguing of Plato's works. Phaedrus is certainly one of the most difficult to follow and... read more »
  9. Where the River Bends

    Michael T. McRay

    Cascade / DEC 2015

    Myriad works discuss forgiveness, but few address it in the prison context. For most people, prisoners exist "out of sight and out of mind." Their stories are often reduced to a few short lines in... read more »
  10. Wednesday's Child

    Gregory P. Schulz

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2011

    Philosophy of emotion is a vital topic within contemporary philosophy of mind. Beginning from insights latent in Heidegger's early philosophy, Wednesday's Child is an argument that, with the... read more »

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