Dear readers, another Interliber book fair came to an end. As always, we are grateful for the interest you've shown ...Read More
An interview with Dijana Bahtijari, our editor who spoke with Nenad Bartolčić about the beginnings of TIM press, t...Read More
On the occasion of publishing Men in Dark Times, a book by a famous philosopher Hannah Arendt, the book of November is Letters: 1925-1975, a collection of letters that testifies to a half-century correspondence, both amatory and friendly, between Hannah Arendt and Martin Heidegger.
Illuminating, revealing, and tender throughout, this correspondence offers a glimpse into the inner lives of two major philosophers.
You can buy this book via our webshop this month at a promotional price!Open
Capitalism rules the world today. International societies defy states and international institutions, trample on the common good, move their production wherever they want in order to to maximize their profits, without hesitating to involve children from Third World countries in slave labor. As a result, under the influence of this globalized capitalism, the lives of more than a billion people are destroyed by poverty, inequalities are growing like never before, the resources of the planet are depleted, and people are becoming depressed. It is with this system and the cannibal order it imposes on the world that Jean Ziegler, after subtle and devoted dialogue with his granddaughter, proposes a breakup. As usual, the author condemns and fights capitalism and neoliberal economics, with a...Open