Critical Thinking Best Australian Political Cartoons 2016 Russ Radcliffe (Ed) The Euro Joseph E. Stiglitz Ethics in the Real World Peter Singer PB $29.99 The year in politics as observed by Australia's funniest and most perceptive political cartoonists. With Dean Alston, Peter Broelman, Pat Campbell, Andrew Dyson, John Farmer, First Dog on the Moon, Matt Golding, Fiona Katauskas, Mark Knight, Jon Kudelka, Bill Leak, Alan Moir, Peter Nicholson, Bruce Petty, David Pope, David Rowe, John Spooner, Ron Tandberg, Andrew Weldon, Cathy Wilcox, and many more… HB $55.00 Solidarity and prosperity fostered by economic integration: this principle has underpinned the European project from the start, and the euro was supposed to be its greatest achievement. But since 2008, the European Union has ricocheted between stagnation and crisis. The question is: Can the euro be saved? This important book, by Nobel Prizewinning economist Joseph Sitglitz, addresses the euro-crisis on a bigger intellectual scale than any predecessor. PB $32.99 In this essay collection, Singer applies his ways of thinking to issues like climate change, extreme poverty, abortion, euthanasia, human genetic selection, and increasing happiness. Singer also includes some personal reflections, like his thoughts on surfing, and an unusual suggestion for starting a family conversation over a meal. Provocative and original, these essays will challenge your beliefs about a wide range of real-world ethical questions. Known and Strange Things Teju Cole The Promise of Things Ruth Quibell The Undoing Project Michael Lewis PB $29.99 With this collection of more than fifty pieces on politics, photography, travel, history and literature, Teju Cole solidifies his place as one of today's most powerful and original voices. On page after page, deploying prose dense with beauty and ideas, he finds fresh and potent ways to interpret art, people and historical moments, taking in subjects from Virginia Woolf, Shakespeare, and W. G. Sebald to Instagram, Barack Obama, and Boko Haram. PB $27.99 Some of our strongest, most lasting relationships are hidden in plain view—those we have with objects. What do our possessions do for us? And how do they do it? In The Promise of Things, Ruth Quibell explores what our possessions say about us—who we think we are, what we long for and struggle against. It invites us to think about how we use things, what makes them precious, and why we find it so hard to throw these objects away. HB $45.00 Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky met in war-torn 1960s Israel. Both were gifted young psychology professors. In this breathtaking new book, Michael Lewis tells the extraordinary story of a relationship that became a shared mind: one which created the field of behavioural economics, revolutionising everything from Big Data to medicine, from how we are governed to how we spend, from high finance to football.