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The Origin and Goal of History (Routledge Revivals)

by Karl Jaspers

First published in English in 1953, this important book from eminent philosopher Karl Jaspers deals with the philsophy of the history of mankind. More specifically, its avowed aim is to assist in heightening...


Philosophy of Logic (Routledge Revivals)

by Hilary Putnam

First published in 1971, Professor Putnam's essay concerns itself with the ontological problem in the philosophy of logic and mathematics - that is, the issue of whether the abstract entities spoken of in logic...


The Political Philosophy of Judith Butler

by Birgit Schippers

Judith Butler can justifiably be described as one of the major critical thinkers of our time. While she is best-known for her interventions into feminist debates on gender, sexuality and feminist politics, her...


Is Faith in God Reasonable? Debates in Philosophy, Science, and Rhetoric: Debates in Philosophy, Science, and Rhetoric

by Corey Miller & Paul Gould

The question of whether faith in God is reasonable is of renewed interest in today's academy. In light of this interest, as well as the rise of militant religion and terrorism and the emergent reaction by neo-atheism,...


How Do You Know?: The Economics of Ordinary Knowledge

by Russell Hardin

How do ordinary people come to know or believe what they do? We need an account of this process to help explain why people act as they do. You might think I am acting irrationally--against my interest or my...


Liberalism: The Life of an Idea

by Edmund Fawcett

Liberalism dominates today’s politics just as it decisively shaped the past two hundred years of American and European history. Yet there is striking disagreement about what liberalism really means and how...


The Whole-Brain Path to Peace: The Role of Left- and Right-Brain Dominance in the Polarization and Reunification of America

by James Olson

We've long known that our brain's division into distinct hemispheres results in two divergent ways of responding to our world. One hemisphere's perspective always seems to rule: For example, the "holistic, compassionate"...


Arcturian Songs Of The Masters Of Light: Arcturian Star Chronicles, Volume Four

by Patricia Pereira

In 1987, medical transcriptionist Patricia Pereira suddenly started receiving telepathic communications from the star Arcturus and was requested to begin a series of galactically inspired manuscripts, Arcturian...


Songs Of The Arcturians: Arcturian Star Chronicles Book 1

by Patricia Pereira

In 1987, medical transcriptionist Patricia Pereira suddenly started receiving telepathic communications from the star Arcturus and was requested to begin a series of galactically inspired manuscripts.

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The Soul of the World

by Roger Scruton

In The Soul of the World, renowned philosopher Roger Scruton defends the experience of the sacred against today’s fashionable forms of atheism. He argues that our personal relationships, moral intuitions,...


Social Contract

by Jean Jacques Rousseau

A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.


Zen Computer

by Phil Toshio sudo

Anyone who has ever cursed a computer will benefit from Zen Computer, with its soothing approach to living calmly amid the constant upheavals of new technology. In a simple, easy-to-read style, Philip Toshio...


Songs Of Malantor: The Arcturian Star Chronicles Volume Three

by Patricia Pereira

In 1987, medical transcriptionist Patricia Pereira suddenly started receiving telepathic communications from the star Arcturus and was requested to begin a series of galactically inspired manuscripts.

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Moon by the Window: The Calligraphy and Zen Insights of Shodo Harada

by Shodo Harada, Priscilla Daichi Storandt & Tim Jundo Williams

Shodo Harada is internationally recognized both as a Zen teacher and as a world-class master of the fine art of Zen calligraphy. Harada regularly exhibits and gives calligraphy demonstrations in museums and...


Realizing Genjokoan: The Key to Dogen's Shobogenzo

by Shohaku Okumura & Taigen Dan Leighton

Dogen, the thirteenth-century Zen master who founded the Japanese Soto school of Zen, is renowned as one the world's most remarkable religious geniuses. His works are both richly poetic and deeply insightful...


Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist

by Hee-Jin Kim & Taigen Dan Leighton

Eihei Dogen, the founder of the Japanese branch of the Soto Zen Buddhist school, is considered one of the world's most remarkable religious philosophers. Eihei Dogen: Mystical Realist is a comprehensive introduction...


Hsin Hsin Ming: The Zen Understanding of Mind and Consciousness

by Osho & Osho International Foundation

Understanding our minds and consciousness are topics high on everybody's list of important issues. Science and psychology are delivering every day captivating news of understanding in this area.

In this extraordinary...


The Emancipated Spectator

by Jacques Rancière

The theorists of art and film commonly depict the modern audience as aesthetically and politically passive. In response, both artists and thinkers have sought to transform the spectator into an active agent...


Proletarian Nights: The Workers' Dream in Nineteenth-Century France

by Jacques Rancière

Proletarian Nights, previously published in English as Nights of Labor and one of Rancière’s most important works, dramatically reinterprets the Revolution of 1830, contending that workers were not rebelling...


Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism?: 5 Interventions in the (Mis)Use of a Notion

by Slavoj Žižek

In some circles, a nod towards totalitarianism is enough to dismiss any critique of the status quo. Such is the insidiousness of the neo-liberal ideology, argues Slavoj Žižek. Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism?...