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A Unified Field Theory For Philosophy

A Unified Field Theory For Philosophy

Lawyer and author Earle Josiah presents his thought-provoking and cogent philosophical theory on the power and freedom of the human spirit in his latest gem of a...

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Daveda Gruber

Adages for Life

I truly believe that certain books are meant to be preserved and last long after they, the writers, are gone. Maybe they want a legacy of their time on earth. They...

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Sophie's World is a beautifully written tale (within a tale (within a tale)) that will take you to an inspirational journey through the history of philosophy. Dyed in the colors of mystery with a

By: Ameera Kamal l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Apr 25, 2012
Carmello C Antoine

Since the dawn of time history has been our story. A story with both fiction & non-fiction current events, and has written about the historical culture I admire so much...

By: Carmello C Antoine l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Apr 08, 2012
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

"Re-Birth" is a fascinating subject which attracts the attention of scientists,Philosophers,Poets,fiction writers and also common men across the entire world. Thousands of stories have been written

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Mar 23, 2012
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

What is Intelligence? This is a question haunting the minds of researchers and Psychologists for centuries together. Existing definition of Psychologists defines Intelligence as supremacy in the

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 25, 2012
Vincent A. D'Errico

The Handbook of The Navigator by Eric J. Pepin was written for those of us who seek the greater truths that lie hidden beneath the limited perspective of our society.

By: Vincent A. D'Errico l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 05, 2012

Lawyer and author Earle Josiah presents his thought-provoking and cogent philosophical theory on the power and freedom of the human spirit in his latest gem of a book, The Power and Freedom of the

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 21, 2011
Jen Veldhuyzen

Some problems hang, like a dim light suspended in time, dangling over the sea of history to cast dreary reflection on every epoch. Frederic Bastiat's "The Law" addresses one such timeless problem.

By: Jen Veldhuyzen l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Sep 21, 2011
Daveda Gruber

I truly believe that certain books are meant to be preserved and last long after they, the writers, are gone. Maybe they want a legacy of their time on earth. They certainly will not be mummified

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 15, 2011

Ayn Rand's novels have inspired generations of readers to live their lives with greater integrity, passion and joy. Nearly seventy years after her first novel was published, Rand's fiction continues

By: Joshua Zader l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Dec 28, 2010
Defoncia Herndon

J.A Rogers wrote a book called, "The 100 Amazing Facts about the Negro," and it was far from being on the Best-Seller list. The young author's work was banned in some places.

By: Defoncia Herndon l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Dec 13, 2010

Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the author of the best-selling books The Black Swan and Fooled by Randomness, has a new book coming out on November 30th, 2010. The name of his new book is The Bed of

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 12, 2010

Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of The Black Swan, one of the most influential books of the past 50 years. The book is concerned with randomness and uncertainty, and our chronic inability to

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 03, 2010

Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of the best-selling book The Black Swan. The book is concerned with randomness and uncertainty, and our chronic inability to accurately fathom and measure these

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 29, 2010
Marvin Phythian

After seeing and being mightily impressed with Alain De Botton at the Guardian Hay Festival (see my review) and his ability to engage with a crowd about philosophy in a digestible way, I decided to

By: Marvin Phythian l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 21, 2010
Nugroho Angkasa

Hanuman is a magnificent monkey from Indonesia. Anand Krishna explains the reasons in this Hanuman Factor. He used a unique diagram.

By: Nugroho Angkasa l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 09, 2010
Nathalie Himmelrich

'The New Earth' is Eckhart Tolle's second book, which also became a bestseller. Even though it takes time to digest and understand Tolle's language his book has stirred up a lot of insight and

By: Nathalie Himmelrich l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 04, 2010
Nathalie Himmelrich

The Power of Now is one of my absolute favorite books in my bookshelf. Eckhart Tolle takes us on a journey to explore ourselves, our focus in life and widens our understanding of present moment

By: Nathalie Himmelrich l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 04, 2010

In his book "Emotional Amoral Egoism: A Neurophilosophical Theory of Human Nature and its Universal Security Implications" the author Nayef R. E. Al-Rodhan eloquently lays out his new philosophical

By: Eva Lorenz l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 02, 2010
Avil Beckford

Initially I struggled while reading The Great Books by Anthony O'Hear, and thought it was dry and too academic. I decided to take a closer look at my feelings and prejudices toward The Great Books

By: Avil Beckford l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Sep 28, 2010

If you are someone who likes philosophy, history, politics or geostrategy information then this book is for you. The author takes you through history, back to the creation of the universe. In

By: Mary Stanhope l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Sep 24, 2010
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Lawyer and author Earle Josiah presents his thought-provoking and cogent philosophical theory on the power and freedom of the human spirit in his latest gem of a book, The Power and Freedom of the

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 21, 2011 lViews: 89 lComments: 0
Daveda Gruber

I truly believe that certain books are meant to be preserved and last long after they, the writers, are gone. Maybe they want a legacy of their time on earth. They certainly will not be mummified

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 15, 2011 lViews: 84 lComments: 0

Sophie's World is a beautifully written tale (within a tale (within a tale)) that will take you to an inspirational journey through the history of philosophy. Dyed in the colors of mystery with a

By: Ameera Kamal l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 84 lComments: 0
Jen Veldhuyzen

Some problems hang, like a dim light suspended in time, dangling over the sea of history to cast dreary reflection on every epoch. Frederic Bastiat's "The Law" addresses one such timeless problem.

By: Jen Veldhuyzen l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Sep 21, 2011 lViews: 80 lComments: 0
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

"Re-Birth" is a fascinating subject which attracts the attention of scientists,Philosophers,Poets,fiction writers and also common men across the entire world. Thousands of stories have been written

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 79 lComments: 0
Vincent A. D'Errico

The Handbook of The Navigator by Eric J. Pepin was written for those of us who seek the greater truths that lie hidden beneath the limited perspective of our society.

By: Vincent A. D'Errico l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 05, 2012 lViews: 75 lComments: 0

Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of The Black Swan, one of the most influential books of the past 50 years. The book is concerned with randomness and uncertainty, and our chronic inability to

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 03, 2010 lViews: 70 lComments: 0
Defoncia Herndon

J.A Rogers wrote a book called, "The 100 Amazing Facts about the Negro," and it was far from being on the Best-Seller list. The young author's work was banned in some places.

By: Defoncia Herndon l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Dec 13, 2010 lViews: 68 lComments: 0

Ayn Rand's novels have inspired generations of readers to live their lives with greater integrity, passion and joy. Nearly seventy years after her first novel was published, Rand's fiction continues

By: Joshua Zader l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Dec 28, 2010 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Carmello C Antoine

Since the dawn of time history has been our story. A story with both fiction & non-fiction current events, and has written about the historical culture I admire so much...

By: Carmello C Antoine l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Apr 08, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0

Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of the best-selling book The Black Swan. The book is concerned with randomness and uncertainty, and our chronic inability to accurately fathom and measure these

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 29, 2010 lViews: 62 lComments: 0

Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the author of the best-selling books The Black Swan and Fooled by Randomness, has a new book coming out on November 30th, 2010. The name of his new book is The Bed of

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 12, 2010 lViews: 58 lComments: 0
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

What is Intelligence? This is a question haunting the minds of researchers and Psychologists for centuries together. Existing definition of Psychologists defines Intelligence as supremacy in the

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Avil Beckford

Initially I struggled while reading The Great Books by Anthony O'Hear, and thought it was dry and too academic. I decided to take a closer look at my feelings and prejudices toward The Great Books

By: Avil Beckford l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Sep 28, 2010 lViews: 50 lComments: 0

If you are someone who likes philosophy, history, politics or geostrategy information then this book is for you. The author takes you through history, back to the creation of the universe. In

By: Mary Stanhope l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Sep 24, 2010 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Nathalie Himmelrich

'The New Earth' is Eckhart Tolle's second book, which also became a bestseller. Even though it takes time to digest and understand Tolle's language his book has stirred up a lot of insight and

By: Nathalie Himmelrich l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 04, 2010 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Marvin Phythian

After seeing and being mightily impressed with Alain De Botton at the Guardian Hay Festival (see my review) and his ability to engage with a crowd about philosophy in a digestible way, I decided to

By: Marvin Phythian l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 21, 2010 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

In his book "Emotional Amoral Egoism: A Neurophilosophical Theory of Human Nature and its Universal Security Implications" the author Nayef R. E. Al-Rodhan eloquently lays out his new philosophical

By: Eva Lorenz l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 02, 2010 lViews: 45 lComments: 0

Did I read this book or maybe I only dreamed I did? How do I know I'm not still dreaming I'm writing this review?

By: Gary R. Sorkin l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Aug 02, 2010 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Nathalie Himmelrich

The Power of Now is one of my absolute favorite books in my bookshelf. Eckhart Tolle takes us on a journey to explore ourselves, our focus in life and widens our understanding of present moment

By: Nathalie Himmelrich l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 04, 2010 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
1 2|  

Lawyer and author Earle Josiah presents his thought-provoking and cogent philosophical theory on the power and freedom of the human spirit in his latest gem of a book, The Power and Freedom of the

By: Douglas Cobb l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 21, 2011 lViews: 89 lComments: 0

Did I read this book or maybe I only dreamed I did? How do I know I'm not still dreaming I'm writing this review?

By: Gary R. Sorkin l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Aug 02, 2010 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Vincent A. D'Errico

The Handbook of The Navigator by Eric J. Pepin was written for those of us who seek the greater truths that lie hidden beneath the limited perspective of our society.

By: Vincent A. D'Errico l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 05, 2012 lViews: 75 lComments: 0
Jen Veldhuyzen

Some problems hang, like a dim light suspended in time, dangling over the sea of history to cast dreary reflection on every epoch. Frederic Bastiat's "The Law" addresses one such timeless problem.

By: Jen Veldhuyzen l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Sep 21, 2011 lViews: 80 lComments: 0
Daveda Gruber

I truly believe that certain books are meant to be preserved and last long after they, the writers, are gone. Maybe they want a legacy of their time on earth. They certainly will not be mummified

By: Daveda Gruber l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 15, 2011 lViews: 84 lComments: 0

Ayn Rand's novels have inspired generations of readers to live their lives with greater integrity, passion and joy. Nearly seventy years after her first novel was published, Rand's fiction continues

By: Joshua Zader l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Dec 28, 2010 lViews: 66 lComments: 0
Defoncia Herndon

J.A Rogers wrote a book called, "The 100 Amazing Facts about the Negro," and it was far from being on the Best-Seller list. The young author's work was banned in some places.

By: Defoncia Herndon l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Dec 13, 2010 lViews: 68 lComments: 0

Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the author of the best-selling books The Black Swan and Fooled by Randomness, has a new book coming out on November 30th, 2010. The name of his new book is The Bed of

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 12, 2010 lViews: 58 lComments: 0

Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of The Black Swan, one of the most influential books of the past 50 years. The book is concerned with randomness and uncertainty, and our chronic inability to

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Nov 03, 2010 lViews: 70 lComments: 0

Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the author of the best-selling book The Black Swan. The book is concerned with randomness and uncertainty, and our chronic inability to accurately fathom and measure these

By: Scott H Thompson l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 29, 2010 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Marvin Phythian

After seeing and being mightily impressed with Alain De Botton at the Guardian Hay Festival (see my review) and his ability to engage with a crowd about philosophy in a digestible way, I decided to

By: Marvin Phythian l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 21, 2010 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

In order to understand this book you have to look beyond its title "Sustainable History and the Dignity of Man: A Philosophy of History and Civilisational Triumph". Otherwise you may feel it is too

By: Francis Odena l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Aug 28, 2010 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Carmello C Antoine

Since the dawn of time history has been our story. A story with both fiction & non-fiction current events, and has written about the historical culture I admire so much...

By: Carmello C Antoine l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Apr 08, 2012 lViews: 63 lComments: 0
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

"Re-Birth" is a fascinating subject which attracts the attention of scientists,Philosophers,Poets,fiction writers and also common men across the entire world. Thousands of stories have been written

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 79 lComments: 0
Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan

What is Intelligence? This is a question haunting the minds of researchers and Psychologists for centuries together. Existing definition of Psychologists defines Intelligence as supremacy in the

By: Bhimarao Sathyanarayanan l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Nathalie Himmelrich

'The New Earth' is Eckhart Tolle's second book, which also became a bestseller. Even though it takes time to digest and understand Tolle's language his book has stirred up a lot of insight and

By: Nathalie Himmelrich l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 04, 2010 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Nathalie Himmelrich

The Power of Now is one of my absolute favorite books in my bookshelf. Eckhart Tolle takes us on a journey to explore ourselves, our focus in life and widens our understanding of present moment

By: Nathalie Himmelrich l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Oct 04, 2010 lViews: 44 lComments: 0

Sophie's World is a beautifully written tale (within a tale (within a tale)) that will take you to an inspirational journey through the history of philosophy. Dyed in the colors of mystery with a

By: Ameera Kamal l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Apr 25, 2012 lViews: 84 lComments: 0
John R. Heisner

Freemason Symbols are designed to build character by embracing truth in all three degrees, "Yet it is during the Third Degree that the candidate learns how to rely upon God - how to fear not what man

By: John R. Heisner l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Jul 22, 2010 lViews: 37 lComments: 0
Avil Beckford

Initially I struggled while reading The Great Books by Anthony O'Hear, and thought it was dry and too academic. I decided to take a closer look at my feelings and prejudices toward The Great Books

By: Avil Beckford l Book Reviews > Philosophy l Sep 28, 2010 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
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