Controversial Books for AdamFiske

This page shows the most "controversial" books in this library, as measured by the highest standard deviation of members' star ratings.

All BooksCustom
Standard Deviation Average Rating Your Rating Title
1.184 2.88 Descartes: A Very Short Introduction by Tom Sorell
1.005 3.11 Nietzsche: A Very Short Introduction by Michael Tanner
0.992 3.5 Kant: A Very Short Introduction by Roger Scruton
0.966 3.67 Aristotle: A Very Short Introduction by Jonathan Barnes
0.964 3.19 Socrates : A Very Short Introduction by C. C. W. Taylor
0.923 3.6 Marx: A Very Short Introduction by Peter Singer
0.919 4.06 The World as Will and Representation, Volume 1 by Arthur Schopenhauer
0.917 3.9 A Love Supreme: The Story of John Coltrane's Signature Album by Ashley Kahn
0.911 3.68 Hegel: A Very Short Introduction by Peter Singer
0.892 3.91 The History of Jazz by Ted Gioia
0.865 4.4 Plato: Complete Works by Plato
0.827 2.98 Hume: A Very Short Introduction by A. J. Ayer
0.827 4.1 Miles: The Autobiography by Miles Davis
0.824 4.16 A History of Western Philosophy by Bertrand Russell
0.811 4.12 Can't Stop Won't Stop: A History of the Hip-Hop Generation by Jeff Chang
0.781 3.72 Schopenhauer: A Very Short Introduction by Christopher Janaway
0.77 3.55 Heidegger: A Very Short Introduction by Michael Inwood
0.769 3.64 Existentialism: A Very Short Introduction by Thomas Flynn
0.758 3.57 Plato: A Very Short Introduction by Julia Annas
0.735 3.54 Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction by Edward Craig
0.712 3.59 Ancient Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction by Julia Annas
0.709 4.31 Yeah Yeah Yeah: The Story of Modern Pop by Bob Stanley
0.701 4.22 Kind of Blue: The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece by Ashley Kahn
0.681 4.17 The Oxford Companion to Philosophy by Ted Honderich
0.667 3.73 Coltrane: The Story of a Sound by Ben Ratliff
0.667 4.12 Never a Dull Moment: 1971 - The Year That Rock Exploded by David Hepworth
0.658 4.26 Classics of Western Philosophy by Steven M. Cahn
0.583 4.41 The Complete Works of Aristotle, Volume Two (Revised Oxford Translation) by Aristotle