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Presentation of the book „Eternal fascism“

Presentation of the book „Eternal fascism“

Dear readers, after presenting Eco's book Eternal facsism in Rijeka, on May 28th we will be presenting it in Zagreb, in...

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Presentation of „Via Appia‟ at Kliofest

Presentation of „Via Appia‟ at Kliofest

Dear readers, yesterday, we presented the book „Via Appia‟ by a French literary critic and law historian Jacques de Sain...

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TIM press at Kliofest

TIM press at Kliofest

Dear readers, from May 14th till May 17th, you can find us at National and university library in Zagreb at a sixth...

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Book of the month
One summer with Victor Hugo

Towards the publishing of One summer with Machiavelli, the fourth book from the „One summer with...“ series published by TIM press, the book of May is One summer with Victor Hugo.

This book encourages the reader to enter Hugo's world – in a turbulent time of French history, a world in which a cripple finds love, orphans are rescued – to enter literature. To spend a summer with Victor Hugo is not only to rest in the shadow of a giant, but also to travel in his company, to love until exhaustion and to share his sense of humor far from the school image.

This month you can purchase One summer with Victor Hugo on our web-shop at a promotional price!

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Anaximander`s revolution

Carlo Rovelli, a leading theoretical physicist, uses the figure of Anaximander as the starting point for an examination of scientific thinking itself: its limits, its strengths, its benefits to humankind, and its controversial relationship with religion. Anaximander, the sixth-century BC Greek philosopher, is often called the first scientist because he was the first to suggest that order in the world was due to natural forces, not supernatural ones. He is the first person known to understand that the Earth floats in space; to believe that the sun, the moon, and the stars rotate around it – seven centuries before Ptolemy; to argue that all animals came from the sea and evolved; and to posit that universal laws control all change in the world. Anaximander taught Pythagoras, who would build o...

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