Public Opinion is a classic work that examines the media, politics, and the public. Learn why it has had such an impact.
The Black Swan explores unpredictable events with massive consequences.
Reality Is Not What It Seems is physicist Carlo Rovelli’s guide to quantum physics – particularly quantum gravity.
Sapiens is Yuval Noah Harari’s “brief history of humankind”.
Not Caring What Other People Think Is A Superpower is Ed Latimore’s first book of insights.
The True Believer is a concise and powerful work of philosophy. It describes the nature of mass movements and how people become fanatics.
How To Fail At Almost Everything And Still Win Big is Dilbert creator Scott Adams’ semi-autobiography and latest book.
Peter L. Bernstein’s Against The Gods tells “the remarkable story of risk” – an examination of how one of our most useful mental tools developed.
The Four Confidences explores the nature of self-confidence, and how to develop it.
Fooled By Randomness explores the commonly misunderstood role of chance in our lives.