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Brothers in Arms
March 1st, 2009

Castro for one was a skilled propagandist and charismatic orator like totalitarian leaders such as Hitler and Mussolini before him. How can we believe what he or Guevara tell us in their many diaries, manifestos and letters?

Bambi vs Godzilla
September 21st, 2008

What a shame then that Mamet is more in love with big, florid turns of phrase than in communicating plainly. A sample; ‘it is the goal of the dramatist to involve the audience in the working out of a hermetic syllogism’.


Risk
May 11th, 2008

Risk also explains why we are this way and uses some smart scientific thinking to do so. Combine the instinctive responses (‘Head’ and ‘Gut’) that dictate our behaviour in the face of perceived threats.

Bonk
August 16th, 2008

She’s sought out the bizarre, eye-opening and at times borderline unethical studies into sex that have gone on over the last century. There is clinical biology in it and Roach is certainly interested in enlightening us, but with chapter titles like Coital Imaging and Re-Member Me, it’s mostly played for laughs.


Trading Places
August 17th, 2008

How an economist ended up in such an enviable position is a common theme of late, economists turning up on the bestseller lists with easy-to-digest tomes using the dry principles of cost/benefit analyses, risk and self-interest to explain everything from teen pregnancy to drug abuse.

Who’s Afraid of Butterflies?
September 25th, 2011

The most accessible way to digest a book about phobias is with an alphabetical list. Stephen Juan’s isn’t the first you’ve seen, but with chapters on psychological theory, treatments and the science of phobias it’s the most comprehensive.






Head in the Clouds A new picture book reminds us of the beauty of nature and ...
March 16th, 2008

Sex, Murder and the Meaning of Life Douglas E Kenrick Basic Books There's a motif from philosophy about the human condition ...
September 16th, 2011

Blade Runners, Deer Hunters and Blowing the Bloody Doors Off What do we love about Hollywood tell-alls? Is it the chance to ...
January 11th, 2009

The Brain that Changes Itself Norman Doidge Scribe 422 Pages $35 RRP How ironic that the tool we've used to demystify ...
April 20th, 2008

Paranormality In case you wondered which side of the debate Richard Wiseman comes ...
October 16th, 2011

Look Who’s Having Fun The new breed of economist analyses everything from teen sex to drug ...
January 13th, 2008


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