Academic Books

“You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.” – Albert Einstein

And Einstein couldn’t have been more correct, he was bang on the point. Academics are all about learning, reading, training your brain to imagine and invent and finally and most importantly develop the ability to apply what you have learnt in the correct place and manner. Academics can offer a lot of enjoyment, provided you have built your fundamentals strong enough to bear the weight of endless knowledge.  Reading to fulfill the mere need of our syllabus may squeeze out the joy from reading academic books, in order to keep the interest alive it’s important to look beyond and read books on the subjects that intrigue us. In doing so we open up the possibility of bridging the gap; between theoretical knowledge and knowledge that has application.

Academic books are a vast category encompassing many subject areas which are as diverse as genetics, sociology, structural design and concepts, art and culture, space science, Vedic math etc. It’s, thus, important to narrow our interest, and focus on the subject that captivates us the most; and this can be a tough task. Trying to read up on different categories of academic books might leave us directionless and will not help us master the knowledge we are seeking. It is thus extremely important to be clairvoyant regarding our chosen field or subjects.

When they are doing research on an important project, scholars and students visit our site and they are very impressed with the diversity of books that we have on so many subjects. No matter what topic they wish to read on, and no matter who the author is, we have a book that will meet their requirements.

The universe of academic books is limitless and so is our collection, which has some of the very best books from varied fields and subjects.

  1.  Social Theory of International Politics By Alex Wendt
  2. Principles of Philosophy By Rene Descartes
  3. The Works of Sigmund Freud By Sigmund Freud
  4. Thompson & Thompson Genetics in Medicine By Robert Nussbaum
  5. The Double Helix: A Personal Account of the Discovery of the Structure of DNA by James D. Watson
  6. Logic and Structure By De van Dalen

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