Paul C. Mocombe has released a new video on YouTube discussing his new book Mind, Body, and Consciousness in Society: Thinking Vygotsky via Chomsky. Click here to watch it, and the book itself can be purchased directly from Cambridge Scholars by clicking here.
Dr Ken Silvestro speaks to Bela Johnson on WERU-FM’s Alternative Currents programme about his book Narcissism and Sexuality, recently published with Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Book Launch: Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners: Invisible Children
Tuesday, 20 March 2018
5:30 PM-7:00 PM
Location: Koru Lounge, Room 236, Level 2, Business and Law Building, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Effects of Interpersonal Relationships on Shared Reminiscence: Whose Memory is It? now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Effects of Interpersonal Relationships on Shared Reminiscence: Whose Memory is It? by Candice E. Condon.
You rely on your memories for who you are as a person, where you have been, and what you have experienced in your life to date. But, what if it turned out that these memories that you hold closely aren’t your memories at all? What if they were someone else’s memories? Continue reading
Philosophy of Mind: Contemporary Perspectives now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Philosophy of Mind: Contemporary Perspectives, edited by Manuel Curado and Steven S. Gouveia.
The human mind is one of the most extraordinary mysteries of the contemporary sciences and philosophy. We know for sure that we have one, and that we have feelings and conscious experience. But why is that? This anthology addresses contemporary issues in the field of study that is the philosophy of mind. It is divided into five main parts: i) the concept of Self in the contemporary philosophy of mind; ii) sensory experience: odors, vision and colors; iii) Artificial Intelligence: the future, the ethics and the costs; iv) the relationship between neuroscience and philosophy; and, finally, v) the influences and history of the philosophy of mind. This book will be useful for specialists of the field, but also for others who are interested in some of the more updated sciences of the mind. Continue reading
On Trauma and Traumatic Memory now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of On Trauma and Traumatic Memory, edited by Bootheina Majoul.
On Trauma and Traumatic Memory focuses on the role of writing to preserve memories, to excavate traumas and to heal the ever-present scars of the past. The first part of the book focuses on trauma recalled through films, fiction and documentaries. The second chapter is devoted to analysing trauma in fiction, while the third deals with trauma in poetry. The topic of trauma is of interest to scholars across the globe, both students and professors, and is taught in almost all universities. This volume gathers research papers from different universities around the world, including the India, Italy, Tunisia and USA. Continue reading
Paperback edition of Shakespeare’s Ghosts Live: From Shakespeare’s Ghosts to Psychical Research now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the paperback release of Shakespeare’s Ghosts Live: From Shakespeare’s Ghosts to Psychical Research by Annekatrin Puhle and Adrian Parker-Reed.
Shakespeare has been one of the most-cited authors since his plays were performed, and yet little attention has been paid to his views on psychic phenomena. It took another 300 years of paranormal experiences before scholars at Cambridge University helped to found the Society for Psychical Research, which brought scientific scrutiny to the area, and the UK is now a world leader in university research on this topic. This book throws new light on many historical case reports from Shakespeare’s time onwards. It identifies the core experiences that transcend time and give clues to an understanding of psychic phenomena. The book highlights Shakespeare’s insights, showing how these relate to, and even amplify, the conclusions of later and on-going research. In our time of disconnectedness from nature, the book discusses neglected human experiences which represent an important part of life and which do, in fact, occur to most of us. In doing so, the book raises awareness against the emptiness of a zombie-like existence in today’s society and offers a new approach to life and death, and their deeper meaning.