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Mack Reynolds, Norman Coombs, Charles DickensbookseriesFiction & LiteratureFiction
Under the Moon
William Butler Yeatsbook128 pagesFiction & LiteratureFiction
The Aesthetics of Everyday Life
Andrew Lightbook418 pagesHappiness & Self-HelpArts & Ideas
Martin Heideggerbook139 pagesArts & Ideas
Being and Truth
Martin Heideggerbook256 pagesArts & Ideas
The Pragmatism Reader
Robert B. Talissebook980 pagesArts & IdeasYoung AdultFiction
Dover Thrift Editions
John Webster, John Milton, David BevingtonbookseriesFiction & Literature
Pragmatism - A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking
William Jamesbook202 pagesArts & Ideas
Donatella Di Cesarebook247 pagesBiography & MemoirArts & Ideas
Art's Claim to Truth
Gianni Vattimobook311 pagesArts & IdeasFiction & Literature
Essays in Aesthetics
Jean-Paul Sartrebook165 pagesArts & Ideas
Princeton Legacy Library
John C. Polkinghorne, Imran Ali, Herbert Y. SchandlerbookseriesHistoryYoung AdultArts & Ideas
The Poetry of George Herbert
George Herbertbook100 pagesFiction & Literature
Charles Wrightbook80 pagesFiction & Literature
Jaya Savigebook63 pagesFiction & Literature
Edwin Arlington Robinson
Scott Donaldsonbook1,045 pagesBiography & MemoirArts & Ideas
Amy Clampittbook336 pagesBiography & MemoirArts & Ideas
Blood of the Sun
Salgado Maranhãobook192 pagesFiction & Literature
Tony Leuzzibook352 pagesFiction & LiteratureArts & Ideas
Indiana University Pressbook270 pagesArts & Ideas
Barbara Johnson, Susan Hegeman, Juliana SchiesaribookseriesArts & Ideas
The Pulitzer Prize Poetry
Edwin Arlington Robinsonbook449 pagesFiction & Literature
Poetry Study Notes
Siobhan Hollandbook91 pagesReferenceFiction & Literature
Malanga Chasing Vallejo
César Vallejobook353 pagesReferenceFiction & Literature
James Buzardbook336 pagesArts & IdeasYoung AdultFiction
Towers of Myth And Stone
Deborah Flemingbook253 pagesArts & Ideas
The Land of Enchantment - Illustrated by Arthur Rackham
Read Books Ltd.book146 pagesYoung AdultFiction
Selected Poems by Robert Louis Stevenson
Robert Stevensonbook120 pagesFiction & LiteratureArts & Ideas
After the Point of No Return
David Wagonerbook155 pagesFiction & Literature
1914 and Other Poems
Rupert Brookebook42 pagesFiction & Literature
Sensibility and Sense
Arnold Berleant, Arnold Berleantbook303 pagesArts & Ideas
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Hold Yourself Accountable—You’ll Be Happier
PEOPLE TEND TO EXTERNALIZE WHEN THEY encounter problems—to look beyond themselves and find fault with others when things go wrong. Society’s mantra is “There’s plenty of blame to go around!” You can hear it echo in the reactions to the election. But
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01 We’ll Generate Our Own Resources
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Self-Control Is Just Empathy With Your Future Self
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Read a Novel: It’s Just What the Doctor Ordered
IT’S WELL-ESTABLISHED SCIENCE THAT READING boosts vocabulary, sharpens reason and expands intellectual horizons. But the latest round of research on the benefits of literature focuses on how it improves not our IQ, but our EQ. Book lovers profess a
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A Winning Personality: Why Ambiverts Make Great Entrepreneurs
Ambiverts are individuals with characteristics of both introverts and extroverts. Could this balance equip them to be superior business leaders?
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The Facebook Founder In His Own Words
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02 We’ll Raise The Standard Of Ultra-Affordable Housing
New shelters are designed to help refugees and others with limited means.
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How to Handle Personal Conflicts Professionally
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Trump’s Presidency Could Mean The End Of A Livable Climate
THE THOUSANDS OF DIPLOMATS AND activists who gathered at the annual U.N. climate summit, held this year in Marrakech, Morocco, on Nov. 7, must have thought the hard work was over. Just days earlier, the Paris Agreement, by far the most ambitious inte
- Nov 1 20162 minutes
You’re Already Good. Here’s How to Step It Up
Fortune reviews three major releases this season that promise to help you elevate your thinking, motivation, and creativity in work and in life.
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The Literacy of Long-Form Thinking
A man from ancient Rome said it was better to know nothing about a subject than to half-know it. I’m worried that this Republic of ours is set on proving his wisdom all over again. Only, we aren’t even bothering to know 50% of what’s going on. Seems
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The Great Climate-Change Savior? It’s Pragmatism
RICHARD BRANSON IN 1976, AMID RISING SCIENTIFIC concerns about a warming planet, a young energy-policy analyst named Amory Lovins challenged the U.S. government to reimagine the nation’s energy supply and pursue the path of renewable energy and grea
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3 Strategies for Dealing With Toxic People
Unfortunately, you can't change them. But you can change the way you interact with them.
- Sep 1 20142 minutes
A Yoga Franchise for Kids Stretches Bodies and Minds
Imagination Yoga uses storytelling to encourage kids to move through a series of yoga positions.
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Watson: Not so Elementary
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Former Software Engineer Takes a High-Tech Approach to Farming
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The Danger of Having Too Many Experts
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Facebook’s Beautiful Mind
The social network is in a race to master artificial intelligence and machine learning. Here’s how it might win.
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The Friendship That Created Behavioral Economics
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The Idea vs. Execution Debate: Why Ideas Are Everything
Leonardo da Vinci never stopped exploring and challenging conventional wisdom. And neither should you.
- Feb 1 20161 minute
The Artist Otherwise Known as an Entrepreneur
'Learn the rules like a pro so you can break them like an artist.' – Pablo Picasso
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How to Cut Through the Clutter and Make the Best Decisions
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Bumbling Is Good For The Brain
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- Sep 19 20161 minute
We Shouldn’t Dismiss People Who Deny Facts
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- Mar 1 20152 minutes
5 Tips for Leading Millennials
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Trump’s Tax Bill For Global Warming
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Profanity's Roots In Brain Chemistry? Damn Right
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The 5 Traits You Need to Dominate Any Industry
Great people, no matter their field, have similar habits. Learn them and then use them in your own quest to greatness.
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Why Fitness Trackers Aren’t Making Us Healthier
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