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- T.S. Eliot : the dialectical imagination
- An end to the war on terrorism
- Ocean meets sky
- Hobbes and the two faces of ethics
- The lies that bind : rethinking identity, creed, country, color, class, culture
- Decision-making for biomass-based production chains : the basic concepts and methodologies
- Where are the women? : why expanding the archive makes philosophy better
- Political realignment : economics, culture, and electoral change
- Modernity, : civilization and the return to history
- We were eight years in power : an American tragedy
- Hermetic divagations : after H.D.
- Scotland's foreshore : public rights, private rights and the Crown, 1840-2017
- Mortal doubt : transnational gangs and social order in Guatemala City
- The sociology of early childhood : young children's lives and worlds
- Always get the name of the dog : a guide to media interviewing
- The dragon slayer : folktales from Latin America
- Generous thinking : a radical approach to saving the university
- Like a mother : a feminist journey through the science and culture of pregnancy
- The heart of the matter : music and art in family therapy
- Street players : black pulp fiction and the making of a literary underground
- Exit west : a novel
- Inverse problems in the theory of small oscillations
- The Penguin Classics book
- Classical Rhetoric in the Middle Ages : The Medieval Rhetors and Their Art 400-1300, with Manuscript Survey to 1500 CE
- Before the law : the complete text of Préjugés
- Contemporary debates in applied ethics
- Easy prey
- The Cambridge companion to world literature
- Unsettling activisms : critical interventions on aging, gender, and social change