This set contains an exciting mix of volumes which will be of interest to a range of readers. Religion, Philosophy and Psychical Research, by the eminent philosopher C. D. Broad looks at psychical research, religion and politics. Speculations, published in 1924, is an edited selection from T. E. Hulme's notebooks and unpublished manuscripts, containing essays on humanism and the philosophy of art. The Philosophy of Music, also published in 1924, was one of the first studies to apply philosophy to music. Exploring the meaning and structure of music and the science of acoustics, this volume will attract those people interested in how perceptions of music have changed in almost eighty years. Reasons and Faiths describes the nature of religious doctrines and concepts, including discussions of Buddhism and Hinduism.