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A Treatise of Human Nature

by David Hume

Nothing is more usual and more natural for those, who pretend to discover anything new to the world in philosophy and the sciences, than to insinuate the praises of their own systems, by decrying all those,...

The Only Way Was Up

by Lillian M Crosby

The Only Way Was Up was written as a labor of love for an incredible woman, who rose above the circumstances  of her birth.  Pam is legally blnd, something that she struggled with and overcame in a life...

The Influence of the Greek Mind on Modern Life

by Richard C. Jebb

This book treats of the Influence of the Greek Mind on Modern Life.

“The vital power of the Greek spirit was indeed not fully disclosed until, after suffering a partial eclipse in the Macedonian age, it emerged...

A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge

by George Berkeley

"A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge" is one of Berkeley's best known works and in it Berkeley expounds upon this idea of subjective idealism, which in other words is the idea that all of...

A Theologico-Political Treatise

by Baruch Spinoza

Men would never be superstitious, if they could govern all their circumstances by set rules, or if they were always favoured by fortune: but being frequently driven into straits where rules are useless, and...

A New Philosophy: Henri Bergson

by Edouard Le Roy

Here is a thinker whose name is today on everybody's lips, who is deemed by acknowledged philosophers worthy of comparison with the greatest, and who, with his pen as well as his brain, has overleapt all technical...

A History of Italy 476-1600

by Henry Sedgwick

In the year 476 an unfortunate young man, mocked with the great names of the founders of the City and of the Empire, Romulus Augustus, nicknamed Augustulus, was deposed from the throne of the Cæsars by a Barbarian...

A History of Charlemagne

by J. I. Mombert

IT is known that the expedition conducted by Charles and his son Pepin made a halt of only one week at Ravenna and proceeded to Ancona, whence Pepin, by command of his father, led it through the duchy of Spoleto...

A History of the Germanic Empire

by S. A. Dunham

With Germany prior to the dissolution of the Roman power, the present compendium has no concern: the history of that period is, or ought to be, familiar to every reader. Our object is to contemplate that celebrated...

A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate

by A. H. J. Greenridge

The period of Roman history on which we now enter is, like so many that had preceded it, a period of revolt, directly aimed against the existing conditions of society and, through the means taken to satisfy...

A History of Holland

by George Edmundson

The title, "History of Holland," given to this volume is fully justified by the predominant part which the great maritime province of Holland took in the War of Independence and throughout the whole of the subsequent...

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

by Mary Wollstonecraft

Writing in an age when the call for the rights of man had brought revolution to America and France, Mary Wollstonecraft produced her own declaration of female independence in 1792. Passionate and forthright,...

A History of England

by Charles Oman

In the dim dawn of history our island was a land of wood and marsh, broken here and there by patches of open ground, and pierced by occasional track-ways, which threaded the forest and circled round the edges...

Magical Folk

by Simon Young & Ceri Houlbrook

When Tinker Bell followed Peter Pan to Hollywood in the 1950s, fairies vanished into the realm of child-lore. Yet in 1923 30-yearold J.R.R. Tolkien’s visit to his aunt’s house Bag’s End inspired a story...

A Tear and a Smile

by Kahlil Gibran

A Tear and a Smile contains 56 parables, stories, and poems in Gibran's wholly inimitable manner...truly a masterful approach to discovering the meaning of one's life; Kahlil Gibran was one of the most important...

Abraham Lincoln the Practical Mystic

by Francis Grierson

A knowledge of the influences which ruled the life of Lincoln, the greatest of practical mystics, is essential now that a new form of paganism and slavery threatens humanity. In Lincoln's time the black slaves...

White Writers, Race Matters

by Gregory S. Jay

What explains the enduring popularity of white-authored protest fiction about racism in America? How have such books spoken to the racial crises of their time, and why do they remain important in our own era?...

Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder

by Nicholas W. Gelbar

Adolescence is a challenging stage for all individuals, especially for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Individuals with ASD face increased social isolation and engage in more challenging behaviors...

The Monk's Cell

by Paula Pryce

The call to contemplative Christianity is not an easy one. Those who answer it set themselves to the arduous task of self-reformation through rigorous study and practice, learned through the teachings of monks...

George Fetherling's Travel Memoirs 3-Book Bundle

by George Fetherling

The travel writing of celebrated writer George Fetherling is filled with vivid prose and bizarre characters.


One Russia, Two Chinas

A travel narrative written over the course of ten years, One Russia,...