"A masterwork of bold historical revisionism" (Michael Eric Dyson), this dual biography of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King transforms our understanding of the twentieth century's most iconic African American leaders.
Three major findings of cognitive science cast doubt on the past 2,500 years of Western philosophy. Lakoff and Johnson propose to rebuild philosophy from the ground up, starting from clearly known facts about the mind.
Offers a primer on what it means to live digitally. This title questions: What does identity mean for young people who have dozens of online profiles and avatars? Should we worry about privacy issues - or is privacy even a relevant concern for Digital Natives? And how does the concept of safety translate into an increasingly virtual world?