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by Wilcox, Ellawheeler.
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Topic: Philosophy
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by Hodgson,Shadworth H.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
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by Stocks,J.L.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
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by Lachmann, Kurt
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Nature and role of philosophy
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by Loveday. T; Green, J. A
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Topic: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY
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by Urwin,Kenneth
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophical systems
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by Peter Cajander
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Fragments of Reality is a Zen-like modern version of insights that Bankei, Huang Po and others have said from ancient times. Cajander uses Ramana Maharshi’s Who am I –method to enquire into the inner world and secrets of the mind. The discoveries invite to observe and consider one’s life and its meaning. “It is like an exploration of the world that Eckhart Tolle describes, but in unpretentious cameos. The book gives one reflection tools for the heroic struggle to stay on the tightrope...
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Topics: philosophy, ethics, morality, values
Universal Library
by Meerloo,Joost A.M.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
Million Book Project
by G. E. Partridge
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Topic: Philosophy
California Digital Library
by Searle, Arthur, 1837-1920
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Introductory.--The use of language.--Existence.--Consciousness.--Similarity.--Classification.--Inference.--Mind and matter.--Reality.--Identity.--Personification.--Space and time.--Causation.--Free will.--Ethics.--Pessimism.--Hypotheses.--Testimony.--Immortality.--Religion.--Providence.--Mental diversities
Topic: Philosophy
Universal Library
by University Of California
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
Universal Library
by Hoop, J. H. Van Der
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
Universal Library
by Zuhuruddin Ahmad M.M.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
Universal Library
by Lay, Wilfrid
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
Universal Library
by Kingsland,William.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
American Libraries
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Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Topics: Microcosm and macrocosm, Mechanism (Philosophy)
Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=J0EVAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
California Digital Library
by Mead, George Herbert, 1863-1931; Moore, Merritt Hadden
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Topics: Philosophy, Modern -- History, Science -- Philosophy, Philosophy, French
Universal Library
by Hains Britan,Halbert.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Nature and role of philosophy
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by Morten Tolboll
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Our wonder over Man becomes philosophy, when it reaches the question of Man as such. Philosophy throws out answers to the question, argues for the answers and investigates their consequences. This happens first of all by reflecting and meditating over the things, not in an experience-scientific way, or by using theories as starting point. In this article I show what differentiates philosophy from science, psychotherapy and religion.
Topics: Philosophy, Science, Religion, Psychotherapy, Philosophy as an Art of Life, Spirituality,...
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The mathematical principles of natural philosophy, Volume 2
Topics: Philosophy, Mathematics
The Library of Congress
by Bergson, Henri, 1859-1941; Carr, Herbert Wildon, 1857-1931
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Life and consciousness.--The soul and the body.--"Phantasms of the living" and psychical research.--Dreams.--Memory of the present and false recognition.--Intellectual effort.--Brain and thought: a philosophical illusion
Topics: Philosophy, Psychology
Universal Library
by Johnson,Donald,M
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Topic: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY
California Digital Library
by Courtney, W. L. (William Leonard), 1850-1928
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Kit Marlowe's death.--Ibsen's social dramas.--Roger Bacon.--The mask of Descartes.--John Locke.--Personality.--M. Anatole France.--Old Oxford revels.--Socrates, Buddha, and Christ.--Dr. Martineau's theology
Topics: Philosophy, Criticism
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by Sir Isaac Newton, Andrew Motte, John Machin
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The mathematical principles of natural philosophy, Volume 1
Topics: Philosophy, Mathematics
Universal Library
by Hawton,Hector.
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Topic: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY
Universal Library
by Alexander,S.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
Universal Library
by Bhagavan Das.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
Universal Library
by Woodbridge, Frederick. J. E
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Metaphysics
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by Landau,Rom.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Logic. Epistemology
The Library of Congress
by Spencer, Herbert, 1820-1903
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Progress : its law and cause.--Manners and fashion.-- The genesis of science.--The physiology of laughter.--The origin and function of music.--The nebular hypothesis.--Brain on the emotions and the will.--Illogical geology.--The development hypothesis.--The social organism.-- Use and beauty.--The sources of architectural types.--The use of anthropomorphism
Topics: Science, Political science, Philosophy
Topic: Philosophy of mind
California Digital Library
by Acton, John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, Baron, 1834-1902; Figgis, John Neville; Laurence, Reginald Vere, 1876-
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Topics: History, History -- Philosophy
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by Gray, J. L
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Psychology, Psychophysiology (physiological psychology). Mental physiology
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by Rom LcO'Feer
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Have you heard of a place called Mong where the dream world intersects with the real world? At Mong, rules are easily bent and intuition often overwhelms logic. Desires go out of control and wishes come true in wrong ways. Once captured, monsters and villains from Mong are sent to the prison of Nightmare. A hideous serial killer manages to break out of the jail into the real world, terrifying the earthlings. A reporter from an obscure magazine company hunts the killer doggedly. Or is it the...
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Topics: thought-provoking, science fiction, psychology, philosophy, thriller, mystery, dreams, inspirational
California Digital Library
by Baillie, J. B. (James Black), Sir, 1872-1940
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Introduction.--Anthropomorphism and truth.--The realistic character of knowledge.--Certain non-logical factors in the process of knowledge.--The nature of memory-knowledge.--The function of emotion in the consciousness of the real.--The significance of philosophical scepticism.--The place of philosophy in human nature.--Science and the humanities.--Laughter and tears: the sense of incongruity
Topics: Philosophy, Knowledge, Theory of, Emotions
California Digital Library
by Dewe, Juhl Adalbert, 1866-
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Fundamental causes of the progress and fall of nations.--Distinction between what is substantial and what is only accidental in the life of a nation.--Law of succession between the psychological conditions of a nation.--Harmony between the state and extra-state elements.--Connection between the speculative thought of individuals and the thought of the masses.--The stimulating elements of a nation(s progress.--Influence of the classic pagan religion upon the state.--Influence of Christianity...
Topics: History -- Philosophy, Nationalism, Political science
Folkscanomy: A Library of Books
by Rene Decartes
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Philosophy of Decartes. I think therefore I am.
Topic: Philosophy
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by Maeterlinck, Maurice, 1862-1949
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Essay on death and dying
Topics: Death, Religion, Philosophy, Psychology
Universal Library
by Douglas Fawcett Edward.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Metaphysics
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by Northrop, F. S. C. (Filmer Stuart Cuckow), 1893-
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Topics: Philosophie américaine, Philosophy
Universal Library
by Goldstein, Kurt
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Topic: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY
University of Connecticut Libraries
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"A treatise in two volumes containing a brief but comprehensive history of the philosophical speculations and scientific researches from ancient times to the present day as well as an original attempt to account for the mind and character of man and establish the principles of a science of ethology."
Topics: Philosophy, Science, Psychology, Brain, Soul, Mind and body
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by Morten Tolboll
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This book is the second part of two books on the concept of The Matrix Conspiracy. The Matrix conspiracy is a mix of postmodern intellectualism, management theory, self-help and New Age, which together constitute a global spreading ideology. This ideology is created by The Mythology of Authenticity – a mythology where everything is about becoming and not being. This mythology has two world images: humanistic psychology and constructivism. And these two world images again have two methods:...
Topics: Philosophy, Science, Spirituality, Meditation, Psychotherapy, New Age, Self-help
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by Macaulay, Mary
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Psychology, Psychophysiology (physiological psychology). Mental physiology
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by Gardner, Edward. L
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Psychology, Psychophysiology (physiological psychology). Mental physiology
University of Toronto - Robarts Library
by Puffer, Ethel D
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Criticism and aesthetics; The nature of beauty; The aesthetic repose; The beauty of fine art; The beauty of music; The beauty of literature; The nature of the emotions of the drama; The beauty of ideas
Topics: Aesthetics, Art -- Philosophy, Drama -- History and criticism, Literature -- History and criticism,...
Kansas State University Theses
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This volume was digitized and made accessible online due to deterioration of the original print copy.
Topics: Metaphor, Semantics (Philosophy)
University of Toronto - John M. Kelly Library
by Bury, J. B. (John Bagnell), 1861-1927
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by Philippe L. De Coster, D.D.
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For nearly hundred years, growing alongside the psychological work of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung stands the work of Dr. Roberto Assagioli, M.D. and Psychosynthesis. A transpersonal and distinctly western psychology, Psychosynthesis puts forth a holistic model of human development that takes into account the spiritual dimension of human nature. Assagioli saw human nature as a vast array of biological, social and spiritual impulses and felt that a true psychology had to embrace all of these...
Topics: Psychology, Psychosynthessis, Occultism, Metaphysics, Philosophy
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by Tristan Haze
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This is an unsystematic selection of fairly rough notes toward a book on modality. Maybe it will interest some people. There's 'a lot of hard thinking in it', although some parts of it are certainly foolish. (At one point I get overexcited and claim to have solved "the problem of the contingent a priori", whereas on reflection the things I was saying at the time are none too clear.) The notes date roughly from October 2010 to May 2011, one of the most intellectually active periods of...
Topics: modality, philosophy of language, logic, reference, metaphysics, concepts, propositions, Kripke,...
Naval Postgraduate School
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Topics: TIME., TIME PERCEPTION., SPACE PERCEPTION., RELATIVITY THEORY., ARROW OF TIME., PHILOSOPHY.
California Digital Library
by Erdmann, Johann Eduard, 1805-1892; Hough, Williston Samuel, 1860-1912
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I. Ancient and mediaeval philosophy.--II. Modern philosophy.--III. German philosophy since Hegel
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Topic: Philosophy -- History
Universal Library
by Rawlings Ress John.
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Psychology, Psychophysiology (physiological psychology). Mental physiology
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by Erdmann, Johann Eduard, 1805-1892; Hough, Williston Samuel, 1860-1912
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I. Ancient and mediaeval philosophy.--II. Modern philosophy.--III. German philosophy since Hegel
Topic: Philosophy -- History
Universal Library
by Miller, James Grier
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Critical thinkers must be critical about critical thinking itself, and because there is a close conceptual connection between critical thinking and rationality, the demand for justification for a commitment to critical thinking is tantamount to a demand for reasons that justify a commitment to rationality. Several authors have argued that the demand for justification of rationality is a bogus demand because there is an unremovable circularity in offering reasons for being rational. Among the...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Critical Thinking, Educational Philosophy, Educational Principles, Elementary...
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by Sam Vaknin
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Since the body is a physical object, subject to physical laws, it follows that at least the connection between the two (body and soul) must obey the laws of physics. Another question is what is the currency used by the two in their communication. Physical forces are mediated by subatomic particles. What serves to mediate between body and soul? Language could be the medium and the mediating currency. It has both an internal, psychic representation and an objective, external one. It serves as a...
Topics: philosophy, mind, ethics, moraility, robot, Turing, automata, cognitive, psychology, physics,...
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In all works of science fiction, there are ten hidden assumptions regarding alien races. None of these assumptions is a necessity. None of them makes immanent or inevitable sense. Yet, when we read a sci-fi novel or watch a sci-fi movie we tend to accept all of them as inescapable. They amount to a frame of reference and to a language without which we seem to be unable to relate to all manner of exobiology. We evidently believe that life on Earth is a representative sample and that we can...
Topics: philosophy, mind, ethics, moraility, robot, Turing, automata, cognitive, psychology, physics,...
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by Kedar Joshi
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Consciousness is most certainly a real event or phenomenon. A real event or phenomenon cannot exist without the existence of some real, physical substance or thing. Consciousness, however, in logical or conceptual terms, is, self-evidently, absolutely distinct from any possible spatial structure or system; most undeniably, no knowledge of any possible spatial structure or system can give the knowledge of consciousness, the knowledge of what it is really like seeing the colour red for example....
Topics: Consciousness, Qualia, Feeling, Non-Spatial, Spatial, Physical, Non-Physical, Philosophy of Mind,...
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by Jacks, L. P. (Lawrence Pearsall), 1860-1955
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The bitter cry of the plain man.--Art and Experience.--The usurpations of language.--The universe as philosopher.--The alchemy of thought.--Insulated philosophy.--Devil's Island and the Isles of Omniscience: an adventure among abstractions.--Self-defeating theories.--Is there a science of man?--The manipulation of man.--Morality by the card.--The guest for safe-conduct.--Moral education.--Religion.--Is the moral supremacy of Christendom in danger?
Topic: Philosophy
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by Philippe L. De Coster, D.D.
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Foreword by Philippe L. De Coster, D.D. This volume of the Collected Works of Dr. Roberto Assagioli, M.D., contains extracts from his books, essays, interviews and conferences given at Sundial House, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK. This collection is only a small part of the psychologistâs life work, today translated in many languages, and world-wide spread. Through his pioneering work in psychosynthesis, he brought so much to our understanding, clarifying that which was formerly so obscure about...
Topics: Meditation, Psychology, Psychosynthesis, Metaphysics, Occultism, Philosophy
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by Carl D'Souza https://twitter.com/CarlDSouza
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Improve the quality of your Thinking by learning about and avoiding common Fallacies in Thinking. Collection of Wikipedia articles on Thinking Fallacies, mostly Formal Logic in Part 1, Informal Fallacies in Part 2.
Topics: logic, argument, reasoning, critical thinking, thinking, epistemology, philosophy, argumentation,...
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A strange and original set of observations and claims. Funny and interesting and thoughtful stuff in here, even if you don't agree that the Earth is flat, or hollow, or that the moon landing was faked, or that life is a dream. From the dustjacket: "Part One--RELIGION AND ATHEISM--is a clear, unbiased logical discussion of both beliefs; a strictly fair presentation of all the major ideas concerned. Written with the younger reader in mind, it is adult enough for any mature reader who is...
Topics: religion, atheism, solipsism, religion, philosophy, dreams, moon landing, space travel, skepticism,...
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by Erdmann, Johann Eduard, 1805-1892; Hough, Williston Samuel, 1860-1912
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v.1. Ancient and mediæval philosophy.--v.2. Modern philosophy.--v.3. German philosophy since Hegel
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The reductionisms observe Man from fragmented viewpoints, for example as organism, as physical-chemical system, as society being, as psyche, as producer and user of language and meaning. But what becomes of the wholeness? What unites all this knowledge to a total image of Man? The reductionisms´ explanations of this always end up as philosophical shipwrecks. Reductionisms are philosophical viewpoints, which under cover of being science seek to answer the question of Man, or reality as such. In...
Topics: Reductionism, Pseudoscience, Atheism, Skepticism, Pseudoskepticism, Richard Dawkins, Daniel...
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by Alan Macmillan Orr
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Have you ever wondered if there was something missing in your life, like a question you wanted to ask, but no one had the answer, then you ve come to the right place. The book is written in a light, friendly tone, much like how a friend would talk to you while in a thoughtful mood. Orr offers no religious, moral, or political views. The purpose of the book is not to brainwash you to mindlessly agree with him, but to just share his experiences and opinions and let you decide if they are of any...
Topics: book of life, the little book of life, the book of life, alan macmillan orr, travel, adventure,...
Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) Archive
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In post-medieval times, art became sacrosanct rather than special as it had been regarded in previous cultures. This notion still drives art education and prevents the inclusion of entire cultures in contemporary curricula in art education. The myths that any society lives with, whether religious, political, or economic, are embedded in that culture's artifacts. Cultures are comprised of messages that people send back and forth among themselves about the nature of reality. In ancient cultures...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Art Appreciation, Art Education, Art Expression, Art History, Cultural Influences,...
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What is Knowledge Representation? Knowledge representation provides all of the ways and means necessary to reliably and consistently conceptualize our world. It helps us navigate landscapes of meaning without losing our way; however, navigational bearing isn't the only advantage. Knowledge representation aids our recognition of what changes when we change our world or something about ourselves. It does so, because even our own perspective is included in the representation. It can even reveal to...
Topics: semantics, ontology, epistemology, cognition, organic intelligence, artificial intelligence, oi,...
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by Immanuel Kant (1724-1804). Translation: Daniel Fidel Ferrer
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What Does it Mean to Orient Oneself in Thinking? German title: " Was heißt: sich im Denken orientieren? " Published: October 1786, Königsberg in Prussia, Germany. By Immanuel Kant (Born in 1724 and died in 1804) Translation into English by Daniel Fidel Ferrer (March, 17, 2014). The day of Holi in India in 2014.  From 1774 to about 1800, there were three intense philosophical and theological controversies underway in Germany, namely: Fragments Controversy, the Pantheism Controversy,...
Topics: Immanuel Kant, Daniel Fidel Ferrer, German Philosophy, What Does it Mean to Orient Oneself in...
University of Connecticut Libraries
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"A treatise in two volumes containing a brief but comprehensive history of the philosophical speculations and scientific researches from ancient times to the present day as well as an original attempt to account for the mind and character of man and establish the principles of a science of ethology."
Topics: Philosophy, Science, Psychology, Brain, Soul, Mind and body
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by Leo Strauss
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Some essays and critiques of scholarship concerning the thought of Machiavelli by Leo Strauss.
Topics: Leo Strauss, Nicolo Machiavelli, Political Philosophy, Plato, Aristotle, Rousseau, Nietzsche, The...
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by Montessori, Maria
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Topics: PHILOSOPHY. PSYCHOLOGY, Philosophy of mind
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by Alexander Spirkin
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Alexander Spirkin. Fundamentals of Philosophy. Translated from the Russian by Sergei Syrovatkin. Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1990. The book offers a systematic exposition of the foundations of dialectical and historical materialism. It begins with deliberations on the nature of philosophical knowledge, the role of worldview, and the purpose of methodology. There is also a brief excursus into the history of philosophy. Relying on a wealth of theoretical and practical materials, the author gives...
Topics: philosophy, marxism, dialectical materialism, historical materialism
The LibriVox Free Audiobook Collection
by Adam Smith
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Librivox recording of The Theory of Moral Sentiments (First Edition) by Adam Smith. Read by LIbriVox Volunteers. "How selfish soever man may be supposed, there are evidently some principles in his nature, which interest him in the fortunes of others, and render their happiness necessary to him, though he derives nothing from it, except the pleasure of seeing it." (from The Theory of Moral Sentiments) Adam Smith considered his first major book, The Theory of Moral Sentiments, his most...
Topics: librivox, audiobooks, philosophy, psychology, morality, society
Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
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by Alfred Ayer
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Classic introduction to objectives and methods of schools of empiricism and linguistic analysis, especially of the logical positivism derived from the Vienna Circle. Topics: elimination of metaphysics, function of philosophy, nature of philosophical analysis, the a priori, truth and probability, critique of ethics and theology, self and the common world, more.
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