Mind, Brain, Behavior: An Audio Course on Consciousness

Named one of America's top 300 professors by Princeton Review, Kevin Corcoran is an expert on consciousness and the philosophy of the mind. Translating complex topics into 12...

Consciousness The Science and Mystery of Our Identity

In this provocative series, you’ll hear from luminaries such as Jaron Lanier, the computer scientist who popularized the term “virtual reality”; David Chalmers, whose 1996...

Why Science Does Not Disprove God

The renowned science writer, mathematician, and bestselling author of Fermat's Last Theorem masterfully refutes the overreaching claims of the "New Atheists," providing millions...

Nazi Art Theft: The History of Germany’s Confiscation and Destruction of European Artworks during World War II

Looting and the acquisition of plunder have long been crucial features of war. Removing an enemy’s portable wealth is a way of ensuring they lack the resources to create a new...

A Timeline Of Intelligent Life On Earth: From Millions Of Years Ago To The Present

IThese books include my research on ancient sites around the world, underground structures, giants, the destruction of civilization about 10,500 B.C., the real Atlantis, and out...

Machiavelli A Very Short Introduction, 2nd Edition

Niccolo Machiavelli taught that political leaders must be prepared to do evil so that good may come of it, and his name has since become a byword for duplicity and immorality. Is...

Ancient Egypt A Very Short Introduction, 2nd Edition

The ancient Egyptians are an enduring source of fascination—mummies and pyramids, curses, and rituals have captured the imagination of generations. We all have a mental picture...

History's Greatest Speeches - Vol. V

This is a SoundCraft Audiobooks production featuring digitally enhanced performances of some of history's greatest speeches - all presented as they might have originally been...

Philosophy of Science A Very Short Introduction, 2nd Edition

How much faith should we place in what scientists tell us? Is it possible for scientific knowledge to be fully "objective?" What, really, can be defined as science? In the second...

The Fall of Fortresses The Classic Account of One of the Most Daring and Deadly Air Battles of WWII

On an August morning in England in 1943, a group of American airmen were told that before the day was out they would deliver the blow that would win the war.Flying the legendary...

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