Any recommendations on books that are worth picking up? Thanks anons
why is the checkout through something called wileypay? cant find shit about it
I know this press has good but stuff but the UI is so fucking aids I can't find them
>>20560689Not sure but last time I ordered from them I got directed to some page called Wiley something and had to pay in £ because I was in EU. Books arrived perfectly fine
>>20560452>Any recommendations on books that are worth picking up?Anything by Akira Toriyama.
>>20560452I want to buy their 7 Volume series of Miguel de Unamuno
>sale price: $64.50
>>20560689That's what they use as their European storefront (or whatever you wanna call it). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiley_(publisher)
>>20560452They have the complete works of Kierkegaard and Jung so if you're interested in philosophy or psychoanalysis check those out. They also have some nice art books, I bought the John Singer Sargent one for someone as a gift and they greatly enjoyed it.
>>20560452Why buy new book when I could just go on ebay and buy used copy for $5 or less? It's just ink on paper. If you are concerned about scribblings on the page, msg the seller and ask before you buy it.
>>20560689>>20560797Wiley are a European publisher.they mostly deal in scientific journals and various academic literature.
stop posting your fucking ads here you retard. i bet some of these idiots already fell for it
>>20561753The reason I asked was because their browsing functionality sucks. High quality books with incredible illustrations are mixed up with old print-on-demand books. You can’t sort by price, hell, you can’t even to view the price in the first place unless you open up the book in a new tab. In short, the site is shit but they undoubtedly have some gems worth picking up
>>20560452I got Mimesis and The King's Two Bodies. Wicked
The fuck is their UI?
Princeton? Aren't those the guys that sell that giant 2 volume Aristotle Complete Works?? Woooooowwwweeeeee I better drop everything and buy it right away! Aristotle, in a well-known passage of the Metaphysics, tells us that there were two inventions to which Socrates might justly lay claim—the defining of general terms (τὸ ὁρίζεσθαι καθόλου), and inductive reasoning (ἐπακτικοὶ λόγοι).
so tired of everything being about fucking race. First fucking page.
>>20567464holy fucking based??
>>20567464huge list of authors and they decided to show almost only roasties. I hate women so much.
>>20567561I'm only seeing two authors here.
>>20564771I looked through their whole catalog and missed that. Thanks man. Anything else?
>>20567561I thought Mary Beard was somewhat based, though. Maybe I'm thinking about someone else
>>20560452rip, shipping to Australia is $190
There is the Auden Collected Prose and European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages, so thats cool. >>20568866have you applied the coupon? because mine had disappeared after that
>>20561065Pretty much this
>>20568891>>20568866Coupon did not remove shipping costs for me. I think I'll pass
>>20569412Forgot to attach my image
>>20568891>Given the current logistic challenges and associated increase in costs, we are unable to offer free shipping at this time to Asia, Australia/ New Zealand, Canada, Latin America, or South Asia. We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience and will continue to research shipping solutions for future sales.>>20569419That's what happened to me when I tried paying for the complete aristotleFeels terrible man
100% off over at libgen
>>20569419How on earth has shipping here risen to 250 dollars? I admittedly haven't ordered anything from overseas myself since the war started, but 250 for a book is ridiculous. It was always pricey, but never to that extent.
>try to bait with 50% off but shipping costs are prohibitive in half of the world>ugly interface>need to open many tabs to get basic information>can only sort by book, author name and date>most of the books are trash>categories are broken, gives you textbooks about electromagnetism in the philosophy section>bait titles everywhere ("How logic works: a user guide")>bait subjects everywhere ("How patriarchy shapes women's lives")Anglo academia.
>>20567464>When animals dreamI thought Martin Luther King already proved this.
>>20567464What about this book?https://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691235110/dreamworlds-of-race
Anyone know if this is worth reading?
Might get the "Essential Goethe."Cicero books look alright despite their meme titles.
>>20569498>Implying electromagnetism isn't philosophicalNgmi
>>20560452nice thanks. I just ordered "alone with the alone" by henry corbin and ralph manheim and the second book in the series of the eranos yearbook essay collections for 50 bucks. alone with the alone on amazon is more than 40 and Ive been meaning to pick it up but couldnt justify that price for one book.
i bookmarked leviathan and the air-pump for some reason but i cannot remember why i think some tech bro name dropped it on hn but for $12 why not see what it is
>be not in america>shipping costs more than the booksi fell for this scam last year. Shan't this year.
>>20560452I got Aristotle. Do they have anything else good? And I mean good.
>plotinus: 0 results>aquinas: 0 results>plato: 0 results>bible: 0 resultsGreat publisher lol
>>20572161>searches entry level shiti guess they're not basic bitches like you
>>20572141Spinoza's complete works
>>20572631>shipping is $184.91 to my countryI can never have nice things
don't fall for mimesis
>>20572141The Hong translation of Kierkegaard's worksEdith Hamilton's translation of PlatoShamanism and Yoga, both by Mircea EliadeGuanzi if you're interested in ancient Chinese politics and economics, and pre-Lao Tzu DaoismThe Door in the Sky by A.K. Coomaraswamy All 3 volumes of The Accursed Share by Georges BatailleProclus' Commentary on the Parmenides
>>20572718I almost forgot: Critical editions of the Ramayana and Mahabharata in multiple volumes.
>>20560452>buying books when libgen existswherever I go, I must also consoom
>>20572728they also have a complete unabridged edition of the golden legend in two volumes
>>20560452The Question of Zionhttps://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691130682/the-question-of-zionStalin: Passage to Revolutionhttps://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691202716/stalinOn Stalin's Team: The Years of Living Dangerously in Soviet Politicshttps://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691175775/on-stalins-teamIsaiah Berlin - The Roots of Romanticismhttps://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691156200/the-roots-of-romanticismBefore the deluge: public debt, inequality, and the intellectual origins of the French Revolutionhttps://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691143262/before-the-delugeThrough the Eye of a Needle Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and the Making of Christianity in the West, 350-550 ADhttps://press.princeton.edu/isbn/9780691161778
how many australians are there on /lit/ my god the amount of ppl bitching about shipping is staggering
>>20572747>The Question of Zion>She suggests that these dissidents were prescient in their recognition of the legitimate claims of the Palestinian Arabs.How did this get published?
>>20567464to be fair, the title isn't wrong. there IS systemic racism.. against Whites. also, isn't princeton universary press having their books made in third world countries now? some anon posted about it in the press thread a couple weeks back. said it's like three people that actually work there or something and that they don't have any equipment there anymore.
>>20573004Blame capitalism then and trying to save a buck
>>20560452>270 dollar delivery GOD HATES AUSTRALIA
>>20573004all the books i've ordered from princeton press have been printed in the united states. my dad used to work in a factory running a printing press in new england for a different company. most books are still printed in here because it's capital intensive and labor isn't a big cost. it takes like two or three people to man a printing press and that thing can spam out books all night with minimal intervention. plus books are big but not that valuable unlike say iphones which are small and expensive so the economics of shipping are way different.
if you want to find good stuff browse the collections, their search kinda suckshttps://press.princeton.edu/collections/princeton-classicshttps://press.princeton.edu/collections/princeton-science-libraryhttps://press.princeton.edu/collected-works
>>20560452Got Three Critics of the Enlightenment by Isaiah Berlin since I also bought Vico's New Science.https://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691157658/three-critics-of-the-enlightenmentThey have Paul Gottfried's "After Liberalism" at a decent pricehttps://press.princeton.edu/books/paperback/9780691089829/after-liberalismCheck out A. James Gregor for Fascist historyhttps://press.princeton.edu/our-authors/gregor-a-james