David Cayley - List of Works

List of Works

  • Ideas on the Nature of Science (2009) ISBN 978-0-86492-544-2 (Toronto: Goose Lane Editions)
  • The Rivers North of the Future: The Testament of Ivan Illich (2005) ISBN 0-88784-714-5 (Toronto: Anansi Press)
  • Puppet Uprising (2003) ISBN 0-660-19006-0 (Toronto: CBC Radio Canada)
  • Corruption of Christianity Illich, Ivan (Author) Cayley, David (Editor) (2000) ISBN 0-660-18099-5 (Toronto: Anansi Press)
  • Northrop Frye in Conversation interviews with Northrop Frye (2000) ISBN 0-88784-525-8 (Toronto: Anansi Press)
  • Expanding Prison (1998) ISBN 0-88784-603-3 (Toronto: Anansi Press)
  • George Grant in Conversation interviews with George Grant (1995) ISBN 0-88784-553-3 (Toronto: Anansi Press)
  • Ivan Illich in Conversation interviews with Ivan Illich (1992) ISBN 0-88784-524-X (Toronto: Anansi Press)

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