Deakin Lecture 2008 - Exploring Possibilities
New Frontiers in Science and Technology Studies
Steve Fuller has a reputation for setting the terms of debate within science and technology studies. In his latest book, New Frontiers in Science and Technology Studies he charts the debates likely to be of relevance in the coming...
Love, Life, Goethe: How to be Happy in an Imperfect World
Provides a look at the life of the renowned writer Goethe to show the surprising ways in which we can learn from him, whether in love, suffering, friendship or family. This book shows how relevant Goethe is to the way we live, and...
Conditions of Love: The Philosophy of Intimacy
Drawing on such writers and thinkers as Plato, Tolstoy, Freud and Stendhal, this title explores how our perception of love is formed by culture and history. It is suitable for those who believe or disbelieve in love.
The End of Charity: Time for Social Enterprise
Winner of the 2006 Iremonger Award is a challenging, thought provoking and inspiring exploration of how we should rethink the idea of charity, arguing that to truly address the problems of poverty, inequality and environmental...
Solutions for the World’s Biggest Problems: Costs and Benefits
Solutions for the World's Biggest Problems analyses the world's twenty-three biggest problems and possible solutions.
Doing Leadership Differently: Gender, Power, and Sexuality in a Changing Business Culture
A useful reading for both established and aspiring executives and managers. This work offers an analysis of: why the traditional style of leadership has failed us; how men as well as women can benefit from understanding how gender...
Leadership for the Disillusioned: Moving Beyond Myths and Heroes to Leading That Liberates
Presents a critical examination of leadership styles and offers an alternative. Drawing on Eastern philosophies, this work shows how we can become open to the challenges and potential of social and personal change, and thus lead...
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