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The Henri Bergson Megapack

by Henri Bergson

Henri-Louis Bergson (1859?1941) was a major French philosopher, influential especially in the first half of the 20th century. Bergson convinced many thinkers that immediate experience and intuition are more...

Measuring Time, Making History

by Lynn Hunt

Time is the crucial ingredient in history, and yet historians rarely talk about time as such. These essays offer new insight into the development of modern conceptions of time, from the Christian dating system...

Metaphysics of Infinity

by Ion Soteropoulos

Since the time of the Greek philosopher Zeno (fifth century BCE), our faculty of analytic understanding has failed to comprehend motion through the ages. The reason is the paradox or contradiction associated...

Questioning Martin Heidegger

by Eric D. Meyer

In Questioning Martin Heidegger, Martin Heidegger’s “Overcoming Metaphysics” provides the jumping-off point for a wide-ranging critique and deconstruction of Western metaphysics from the Pre-Socratics...


by Abram Allen

From the trues of nature, man reasons his truths, the sum of which is TRUITY. Truity creates all, sustains all, and accounts for all. The Adversity of Diversity Law and Truity’s Trinity (subject, function,...

East and West

by Seyed Javad Miri

This book is an analysis of an Iranian philosopher’s engagement with a British philosopher. The author compares the ideas of these philosophers within the context of European and Iranian intellectual traditions....

Political Morality in a Disenchanted World

by Edmund Abegg

Political morality concerns what programs and policies government ought to adopt. What would this morality look like in a disenchanted world, one in which rationality prevails? The enchanted world is extensive,...

Posthuman Personhood

by Daryl J. Wennemann

Posthuman Personhood takes up the ethical challenge posed by Francis Fukuyama’s work, Our Posthuman Future. Daryl J. Wennemann argues that the traditional concept of personhood may be fruitfully applied to...

The Ontological Foundation of Ethics, Politics, and Law

by Francesco Belfiore

The revised edition of The Ontological Foundation of Ethics, Politics, and Law adds new concepts and discusses the views of additional thinkers. The author refers to his basic ontological conception of the human...

Introduction to Thomistic Philosophy

by John Peterson

This book introduces readers to Thomistic philosophy through selected topics such as being, God, teleology, truth, persons and knowledge, ethics, and universals. John Peterson discusses metaphysics and the essence-existence...

Humanity, What a Story!

by Boris Alexandre Spasov

“The world that we leave to our children will depend on the children we leave to our world.” - FEDERICO MAYOR, former President of Unesco

Study of the effect of Man’s activities on the environment is not...

Beyond Good and Evil

by F. W. Nietzsche

At this point in Nietzsche's life, as it is reflected on Beyond Good and Evil , he viewed certain types of philosophy as counterproductive, such as universalism, or the idea that some specific truths could be...

The Antichrist

by F. W. Nietzsche

The reference to the antichrist is not meant to refer to the biblical antichrist, but rather to an attack on the 'slave’s moral' and the apathy of Western Christianity. Nietzsche’s fundamental claim is that...

The Wisdom of Life

by Arthur Shopenhauer

This essay, examines how to discover the highest possible degree of pleasure and success, and suggests guidelines for experiencing life to its fullest.


by Lillian Moats

If You Exist is a personal message written to no one living now, but rather to one of our human progeny who might find it many generations in the future. The aging narrator, like others in her generation, faces...

The Media Creates Us in Its Image and Other Essays on Technology and Culture

by Richard Stivers

The Media Creates Us in Its Image and Other Essays on Technology and Culture proposes that modern technology seriously influences every aspect of culture and personality. Technology shapes our beliefs and values...

Meditations: A New Translation

by Marcus Aurelius

Marcus Aurelius was born in Rome in 121 AD and would become its Emperor from 161 to 180. Considered by Machiavelli as the last of the good Emperors, Marcus Aurelius would become one of the most important of...

Progress of Reality of Insanity the Second Coming

by Ron McIntyre

The mind excited with blazes of fiery thoughts, flashes forth wonders of amazement far past the imaginable, somewhere in the far-out extremes beyond non-existence, somewhere God is frightened to wander around!...

The Consolation of Philosophy

by Ancius Boethius & Mint Editions

A conversational text that addresses many philosophical concepts as well as Western religion by questioning good versus evil and the unnecessary suffering of innocent people. Anicius Boethius draws from his...

Architecture, Mysticism and Myth - With Illustrations by the Author

by W. R. Lethaby

First published in 1892, this vintage book looks at religious, mystical, and mythological influences on architecture throughout history and from all over the world, exploring in detail similarities, design,...