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New Books, and More New Books

There really is "something for everyone" here:

Philosophy/Psychology

Critical thinking in psychology / edited by Robert J. Sternberg, Henry J. Roediger

Philosophy in the modern world Anthony Kenny

Philosophy of Edith Stein / Antonio Calcagno

Common Sense: its history, method, and applicability / Marion Ledwig

Introduction to facet theory: content design and intrinsic data analysis in behavioral research / Samuel Shye

The self awakened: pragmatism unbound / Roberto Mangabeira Unger

Preferences and well-being / Serena Olsaretti

Seeing red: a study in consciousness / Nicholas Humphrey

Privileged access: philosophical accounts of self-knowledge / Brie Gertler

Schiller as philosopher: a re-examination / Frederick Beiser

The abusive personality: violence and control in intimate relationships / Donald G. Dutton

In the room with men: a casebook of therapeutic change / Matt Englar-Carlson


Religion

The serpent's gift: gnostic reflections on the study of religion / Jeffrey J. Kripal

Everyday relig…

Library is Open!

Wednesday, February 13 - Please Note: Although Saint Mary's University is closing today at 2:30, the Library will maintain its normal hours of operation. We will therefore be open until 11:00pm.

Food For Fines!

Still owe the Library money because back in October you used your card to check out books for your then boyfriend/girlfriend because they didn't have theirs at the time and they just had to have them and you've since split up and you never want to see them again but you just found the #!*$+%* overdue books under the bed?

Luckily, it's that time of year again. The Library's annual Food for Fines campaign is back. You can reduce or even eliminate your library fines and help a great cause at the same time.

Here's how it works: From February 4-15, drop off non-perishable food items at the Circulation desk. For every item you donate we will reduce your fines by $2 (maximum $20). And everything goes to the Feed Nova Scotia food bank! So a 75 cent can of peas gets you $2 off your fine total - a good deal. So help yourself (and someone else) - you'll be glad you did.