The Meaning of Madness
This award winning book aims to open up the debate on mental disorders, to get people interested and talking, and to get them thinking.
For example, what is schizophrenia? Why is it so common? Why does it affect human beings but not other animals? What might this tell us about our mind and body, language and creativity, music and religion? What are the boundaries between mental disorder and ‘normality’? Is there a relationship between mental disorder and genius?
Snatched Up to Heaven
“I had a dream about heaven!” exclaimed Priyanka.Running up to her mom one morning, four-year-old Priyanka nonchalantly mentioned that Jesus had taken her and her two-year-old sister Deepika to heaven during the previous night. In the days that followed, the sisters amazed their parents with their vivid descriptions of what they saw and experienced in heaven and hell over the course of several visits there.Within the constraints of their limited preschool vocabulary, the girls described deep theological truths about eternity that often belied their years, speaking with remarkable clarity and boldness.
A Just Society
A Just Society is a study of the distribution of social wealth with a focus on justice and how it impacts the economic status of individuals, groups, and states to create a society free of exploitation. It gives an insightful critique of neoliberalism and neoliberal distribution of assets in society characterized by an extreme wealth gap. With proven methodologies, this book illustrates how the capitalist exploitation of workers on the threshold of the third decade of the twenty-first century is crueler and more heartless than its earlier incarnations of the nineteenth century.