Philosophy
Author: Robert DeFilippis
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 378
Hardcover Price: $30.95
In this age of fake news and alternative facts, learning to think more critically is the first step of diminishing the personal effects of a society in chaos. “Loosing” our minds to free our inborn intellectual capacity is the final goal and that process is in this book.
Author: Peter Rogers
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 246
Ebook Price: $2.99
Paperback Price: $15.95
This book is a straightforward yet humorous approach to that most dangerous activity known to humankind: thinking. It is humorous, thought-provoking, and potentially paradigm-shifting. It will pique the interest of the average thinker, and make them laugh as they navigate their way through what has typically been a dull subject.
Author: Valdemar Malin
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 308
Ebook Price: $4.99
Paperback Price: $17.95
About Kindness, Altruism and Modern Altruism-the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Author: Mary LaForge
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 54
Ebook Price: $5.99
Paperback Price: $12.95
Read how one woman UNMASKED her world by journaling, and found UNIVERSAL freedom. ESCAPED will make your mind implode, and leave you with the joy of picking up the pieces. ESCAPED brings mystical ideas to life as orderly progressions.
Author: Scott P. Bradley
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 166
Ebook Price: $4.99
Paperback Price: $14.95
This book presents a personal philosophy of life inspired by the 4th Century BCE Daoist Zhuangzi (Chuang Tzu). A fictional sage shares his philosophy in a series of impromptu lectures.
Author: Virgil Blacksmith
Format: Ebook
Pages: 192
Ebook Price: $9.99
The Sovereign Path is a work compiled of fatherly wisdom and is primarily directed towards the author's children. It is blunt and honest. The book covers the concepts of morality, authority, and sovereignty, but is presented in a non-scholarly fashion.
Author: Frank Kyle
Formats: Ebook | Paperback
Pages: 246
Ebook Price: $2.99
Paperback Price: $17.95
Do human beings have a cosmic purpose apart from that offered by religious myths such as Judaism, Christianity, and Islam? They do, a cosmic raison d'ętre based on science and philosophy and rooted in humans’ unique ability to be intelligent, appreciative observers. This and related topics are examined in Transcending the Abrahamic Religions.
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