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Book Review: Gypsies of New Rochelle

Introduction New Rochelle, NY is undoubtedly a nice place to live. It has one of the lowest crime rates in the country, the average family has an income close to $90,000, and New York City is a train ride away. If you’ve never visited New Rochelle, you might recognize the neighbourhood as the one that […]

Book Review :Priest of Nature: The Religious Worlds of Isaac Newton

A case can be made that Isaac Newton was the most important man that ever lived. No one would mistake him as the greatest man who ever lived, in the sense of his goodness as a person or as someone with an admirable personality, but he did do more than anyone else to show that […]

Book Review: Who Rules the World?

Introduction The prolific author, linguist, and political activist Noam Chomsky asks us in the title of his recent book, ‘Who rules the world?’ But, what he really means is more precisely ‘Who should rule the world?’ or at least ‘What are the consequences of the decisions of today’s rulers?’ We know that this is the […]

Book Review: Thank You for Arguing

What is the book Thank You for Arguing about? In ancient time, rhetoric art was considered a necessary skill for the leader. It was one of the most crucial learning subjects back then. According to Heinrichs, the first democracy in the world was created with the help of rhetoric. Rhetoric art was a source of […]

Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology

What is the book Irresistible about? Adam Alter describes one of the dark sides of the technological revolution that led to the emergence of new forms of dependent behaviour. We are accustomed to using all sorts of gadgets; we communicate in social networks even on the way to work; we do not imagine life without […]

Book Review: Incognito:The Secret Lives of the Brain

What is the book Incognito about? Every person knows everything about himself. We are sure that we can orient in the world around us in a proper way, make decisions freely, think clearly and evaluate things reasonably. But is it actually so? David Eagleman studies this question in his book. He concludes that a thing, […]