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In this section we have the best of philosophy books which try to establish the behavior of the human beings. Philosophy is the love of searching for knowledge hence we enhance this by giving you the opportunity to read further in this section and in the whole site. All books here have been reviewed and accepted by many schools of thought. Philosophy books are very rare due to their sizes and lack of general readership. In this section we encourage you to acquire these books at discounts and assist you to understand their content. Question can be answered when posted on our board by many expert members who are readily willing to do so. Also we have searched for places where you can buy these books at great discounts. Most of them you can locate them online or in the libraries where philosophy is studied as a subject including colleges and universities.
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December 2012 End Of World DayPosted by lexorleslie. Published on May 27, 2010 Are you curious of the present developments in the line of astronomy? Do you recognize that December 21, 2012 is supposed to be the end of all human being lives? According to the Mayan calendar calculation, December 2012 is the end of the world. In every holy book, this fact has been determined without a precise detail about the date on which lives on this world stop breathing. Review Of The Analects Of ConfuciusPosted by Avil Beckford. Published on Oct 07, 2009 The Analects of Confucius is a collection of the teachings of Confucius, the Chinese philosopher and great thinker who lived 551 BC – 479 BC. While reading this rulebook, it reminded me of Benjamin Franklin's 13 Virtues: temperance, silence, order, resolution, frugality, industry, sincerity, justice, moderation, cleanliness, tranquility, chastity and humility. Review Of "education And Significance Of Life" – J. KrishnamoorthiPosted by Aaqarsh Aiyyar. Published on Sep 19, 2009 "Education and the Significance of Life" by J. Krishnamoorthi is a book for those who are engrossed in understanding the profound meaning of life and importance of education. In this book, J.K. advocates for a life oriented education, more liberal and practical, resulting in effective living. Lying – Inevitable And The Key To HappinessPosted by Jack Xu. Published on Aug 12, 2009 We, as humans, have all told lies. In fact, we spout lies each and every day, often without faltering. Many times, we tell lies to impress people, to make things sound better than they are, or for no reason at all. Nietzsche's Genealogy Of Morals – The Evolution Of MeaningPosted by Bill Turnbull. Published on Jul 23, 2009 This is a short summary on the book of Friedrich Nietzsche entitled "On the Genealogy of Morals." The article talks about some of the most important points outlined in the book with special attention paid to genealogy as a form of chronicling concept and meaning. The Question Of Dignity In The Remains Of The DayPosted by Rick Huffman. Published on May 13, 2009 One of the prevailing themes throughout Ishiguro's novel is the question of dignity. This article will explore the notion of dignity as it relates to moral judgments and moral character and to what degree (if any) it is embodied by some of the major characters in the novel. An Appreciation Of Charles Webster Leadbeater, Clairvoyant AuthorPosted by Bill Tallmon. Published on Apr 30, 2009 I knew Charles Webster Leadbeater (1854-1934) as a result of a visit to a used bookstore in Kansas City in 1987 where I picked up three of his books about the occult. During research for this article I found that a wealth of material flowed from his pen. Experential LearningPosted by Himanshu Talwar. Published on Mar 24, 2009 What Experiential Learning Is? Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand. Human Consciousness And The Eternal Divine Consciousness – Science Searching GodPosted by James Paul Pandarakalam. Published on Feb 23, 2009 Probable confirmation of the existence of the all pervasive Higgs boson – the "god particle" at the Hadron collider could become another boost to scientific materialism. Bernard Haisch, the renowned astrophysicist, in his book on The God theory postulates that mass may be an illusion and the characteristic that defines it-resistance to acceleration – may, in fact, be akin to an electromagnetic phenomenon. Strategic Thinking From Art Of War Author Sun Tzu Relevant TodayPosted by Tracy Falbe. Published on Jan 27, 2009 You would be surprised how much you can relate to in a 2,500 year old book. The Art of War by Sun Tzu contains strategic thinking and philosophies that have uses beyond military problems. Find out how to achieve victory for yourself. Go to page:
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