This statement of faith, philosophy and principles is a piece of self-analysis and provides the model for the application of Jungian psychoanalysis to an individual's life. The book contains Jung's systematic thinking about the existence of God.
'Bad Science' hilariously exposed the tricks that quacks and journalists use to distort science, becoming a 400,000 copy bestseller. Now Ben Goldacre puts the $600bn global pharmaceutical industry under the microscope. What he reveals is a fascinating, terrifying mess.
Work: love it or hate it, it's an all-consuming part of our society, it's changing fast, and the impact on our working lives will be extraordinary.
At the end of the American Civil War, Colonel Clay Fitzgerald escapes to Ireland, where his uncle has left him an estate, only to find that Ireland is caught up in its own civil war. But after witnessing the atrocities that the landowners visit upon the people, Clay is unable to stand by.
As instructed, Sheila Webb let herself into the house at 19 Wilbraham Crescent. She then discovered a dead body sprawled across the living room floor. What intrigued Poirot was that Sheila remembered having heard a clock strike three o'clock. Yet, the four other clocks all showed the time as 4.13.
Flavia di Stefano of Rome's Art Squad receives a tip-off that a raid is being planned on the monastery of San Giovanni. The raid takes place, but the thieves snatch the wrong painting, an unremarkable icon of the Madonna. Soon afterwards a French dealer is found murdered in the Tiber.
This single volume edition of J.R.R Tolkien's trilogy is illustrated with reproductions of 50 original Alan Lee paintings. He has also illustrated "Faeries", "Merlin Dreams" and "The Mabinogion".
By best-selling co-author of 'The One Minute Manager' and author of 'Who Moved My Cheese?', this book shows how to teach others to teach themselves and inspire a love of learning.
The One Minute Manager meets Yum!, the world's largest restaurant company, in this practical guide to making superlative customer service drive your business to success.
Packed with historical facts, seasonal activities and space to note your own adventures, 'The Dangerous Book for Boys Yearbook' will keep men and boys busy from January to December
Jack Canfield reveals the simple set of rules for success that led him to become the multi-million copy author of the "Chicken Soup for the Soul" series, and shows how anyone can follow these principles to achieve their own dreams.
Unravel the meaning, origin, and usage of over 6,000 phrases from book and film titles, idioms and cliches, to nicknames, slogans and quotations with this modern and entertaining guide to wonderful phrases by one of the world's best-known wordsmiths.
'The Squeeze' is an invaluable account of the modern oil industry and vital to understanding the awful truth about the current disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. With unprecedented access to their engineers and executives in London and Houston, Tom Bower tells the inside story of BP's history of alleged negligence.
Written by 10 well-known authors, this book provides major prize winner listings, dates for global literary festivals, a short guide to running a book group, and suggested titles to read. It is intended for book group member and solitary book enthusiast.
Written by the author of "Megatrends and Megatrends 2000", this work reveals how to develop and experience the power of 11 cognitive tools that allows readers to understand the trends transforming their daily life and the world around them, so that they can anticipate and act on the future.
The key question addressed in this book is how best to retain national identity and control over our lives while still linking up to the soulless, faceless global institutions in order to survive economically.
What's the question every business should be asking itself? According to Jeff Jarvis, it's WHAT WOULD GOOGLE DO? If you're not thinking or acting like Google -- the fastest-growing company in the history of the world -- then you're not going to survive, let alone prosper, in the Internet age.
This text teaches readers how to accept responsibility for their errors - a powerful action for improving company and employee morale.
From the 'Wired' and 'New York Times Magazine' contributor, a brilliant examination into how the internet is profoundly changing the way we think.