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Defence of Socrates, Euthyphro, and Crito (Plato; a new translation by David Gallop)
Includes explanatory notes and bibliography) ‘An unexamined life is no life for a human being to live.’ Three new translations of Plato’s dramatization of the trial of Socrates. The Defence covers the Socratic way of life, the Euthyphro the relationship between religion and morality, and the Crito discusses the citizen’s obligation to the state.
Human Molecular Genetics. 5th edition.
Authors: Tom Strachan, Andrew P. Read
Older technologies such as cloning and hybridization have been merged and summarized, coverage of newer DNA sequencing technologies has been expanded, and powerful new gene editing and single-cell genomics technologies have been added. The coverage of GWAS, functional genomics, stem cells, and disease modeling has been expanded. Greater focus is given to inheritance and variation in the context of populations and on the role of epigenetics in gene regulation.
Novel Bodies: disability and sexuality in eighteenth-century British literature
Author: Jason S. Farr
The authors featured in this work (Haywood, Richardson, Sarah Scott, Edgeworth, and Burney) expose emerging ideas of able-bodiedness as interconnected systems that sustain dominant models of courtship, reproduction and degeneracy. Farr demonstrates that disabled and queer characters inhabit strict social orders in unconventional ways, and thus opened up new avenues of expression for readers from the eighteenth century forward.
Philosophical issues in psychiatry IV
Authors: Kenneth S. Kindler and Josef Parnas
Proposed revisions to the DSM-C and ICD-10 include the personality disorders, bereavement, and the autism spectrum. This book reviews issues within psychiatric nosology from clinical, historical and, particularly, philosophical perspectives, capturing dynamic cross-disciplinary interactions that characterize the best work in the philosophy of psychiatry.
The Promise of Infrastructure
Authors: Nikhil Anand, Akhil Gupta, Hannah Appel
From U.S.-Mexico border walls to Flint’s poisoned pipes, there is a new urgency to the politics of infrastructure. While infrastructures promise modernity and development, their breakdowns and absences revel the underbelly of progress, liberal equality, and economic growth.
The White Goddess
Author: Robert Graves, a new edition edited by Grevel Lindop
This scholarly work is the result of Graves’ vast research into and interpretation of folklore, mythology, religion and magic. His controversial theories on goddess worship, the roots of true poetry and relations between men and women have sparked debate since the book was first published in 1948.