Imagine a person who is your genetic clone. They are a perfect replica of yourself but raised by different people in a different place. It has come to your attention that your clone is trying to destroy you. You have three options: you can go into hiding, you can meet your clone and try to use reason and diplomacy, or you can attempt to destroy your clone before it destroys you. What do you do?
Designed to stimulate dorm-room debate, barstool banter, and unconventional conversation at the dinner table, this set of fifty mind-bending questions will spark endless conversation in any group and asks you to take a stand on matters of morality, social taboo, and personal identity in a fun and engaging way.
The prompts and questions range in theme, allowing you to play with co-workers, friends, and family. The cards are colour-coded to differentiate between kid-friendly questions, adult-only topics, and those you might save for your closest friends, making this a truly versatile and revealing experience.
Celebrate your passion for precision with this librarian style enamel pin. Part of our Badges of Honour range. Enamelled black and silver metal badge. Measures approx 3 cm long. Made in the UK.
Crocodiles, frogs and boats made out of umbrellas. This is an explanation of critical thinking that everyone can understand - we'll never look at a puddle in the same way again. This notebook and pen set is part of our exclusive range in partnership with...
Why not test yourself on your radical history next time you challenge your friends to a card game? This pack of playing cards picks out larger-than-life radical characters from the past, including Wat Tyler, Tom Paine, George Orwell, Maya Angelou, Martin Luther King Jr, Sylvia Pankhurst...
"THE LEARNED MAID' or, Whether a MAID may be a Scholar? A LOGICK EXERCISE Written In Latine by that incomparable Virgin Anna Maria à Schurman of Utrecht". This 1659 essay (which naturally includes some epistles to the famous Gassendus and others), firmly argues that yes, she may....