30 Assorted Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy Books Collection May 16, 2021

30 Assorted Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy Books Collection May 16, 2021

Faith EPUB Books

Religion has its basis in belief. Philosophy , on the other hand, is a critic of belief and belief systems. Philosophy subjects what some would be satisfied in believing to severe examination. Philosophy looks for rational explications and justifications for beliefs.

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The Sage and the People by Sebastien Billioud

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Winner of the 2015 Pierre-Antoine Bernheim Prize for the History of Religion by the Acad�mie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres
After a century during which Confucianism was viewed by academics as a relic of the imperial past or, at best, a philosophical resource, its striking comeback in Chinese society today raises a number of questions about the role that this ancient tradition might play in a contemporary context.

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N/A.pdfEnglish53 MB

You Are Beautiful by Ashley Reitz

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YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL shows the countless young women who feel like they are not thin/pretty/good enough how to find true confidence as they discover their identity in Christ.

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The Soul-Discovery Journalbook by Adriene Nicastro

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Embark on a journey into you! In this beautifully authentic tapestry, Adriene Nicastro weaves decades of deep spiritual study and transformative, psycho-spiritual work with clients and students into a comprehensive, workbook-style guide.

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2021.epubEnglish8 MB

The Idea of Culture by Terry Eagleton

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Terry Eagleton’s book, in this vital new series from Blackwell, focuses on discriminating different meanings of culture, as a way of introducing to the general reader the contemporary debates around it.

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N/A.epubEnglish266 KB

The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Science by Paul Humphreys

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This handbook provides both an overview of state-of-the-art scholarship in philosophy of science, as well as a guide to new directions in the discipline.

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N/A.pdfEnglish5 MB

The Hermetic Science of Transformation by Giuliano Kremmerz

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A classic initiatic primer for the serious magical aspirant, available now for the first time in English

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The Hagiographer and the Avatar by Antonio Rigopoulos

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Examines the key role of a hagiographer within a charismatic religious movement.

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N/A.pdfEnglish9 MB

The Freud Scenario by Jean-Paul Sartre

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In 1958, the US director John Huston asked Jean-Paul Sartre to write a scenario for a film about Sigmund Freud. Huston wanted Sartre to concentrate on the conflict-ridden period of Freud’s life when he abandoned hypnosis and invented psychoanalysis. The Freud Scenario, discovered in Sartre’s papers after his death, is the result—a deft portrait of a man engaged in a personal and intellectual struggle that would prove a turning point in twentieth-century thought.

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N/A.pdfEnglish29 MB

The Bible Book by Dorling Kindersley

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The stories, events, and teachings contained in the scriptures of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, from Genesis to Revelations explained with accessible text and bold graphics.

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N/A.pdfEnglish61 MB

Sit Down & Shut Up by Brad Warner

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In 2003, Brad Warner blew the top off the Buddhist book world with his irreverent autobiography/manifesto, Hardcore Zen: Punk Rock, Monster Movies, and the Truth about Reality. Now in his second book, Sit Down and Shut Up, Brad tackles one of the great works of Zen literature, the Shobogenzo, by thirteenth-century Zen master Dogen. Illuminating Dogen’s enigmatic teachings in plain language, Brad intertwines musings on sex, meditation, death, God, sin, and happiness with an exploration of the punk rock ethos.

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2007.epubEnglish858 KB

Shamanism and Islam by Thierry Zarcone

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Here, Thierry Zarcone and Angela Hobart offer a vigorous and authoritative exploration of the link between Islam and shamanism in contemporary Muslim culture, examining how the old practice of shamanism was combined with elements of Sufism in order to adapt to wider Islamic society. 

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N/A.pdfEnglish15 MB

Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging by Leerom Medovoi

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Working in four scholarly teams focused on different global regions—North America, the European Union, the Middle East, and China—the contributors to Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging examine how new political worlds intersect with locally specific articulations of religion and secularism.N/A

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N/A.pdfEnglish23 MB

One Unbounded Ocean of Consciousness by Tony Nader

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World renowned leader at the core of the Maharishi Foundations, a Harvard graduate neuroscientist, renowned Vedic scholar and world reference in Transcendental Meditation, Dr.Tony Nader formulates in this book a series of fundamental existential questions (what is our purpose in life, do we have true control over our destinies?) and, through the study of Consciousness, brings us answers with practical benefits that aim to give us enlightenment, peace and fulfillment. «In this landmark book, Dr. Tony Nader presents ideas that can change the world. He proposes profound solutions to questions that have long fascinated and intrigued philosophers and scientists. What is Consciousness, do we have freedom? How to get the best out of life, fulfill wishes and create peace and harmony among peoples and nations? He offers these solutions, based on a simple underlying paradigm, that unifies mind, body, and environment into an ocean of pure Being, Pure…

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N/A.epubEnglish2 MB

Primal Philosophy- Rousseau with Laplanche by Lucas Fain

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On the Trail of Bigfoot by Mike Dupler

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“Join Mike Dupler on his journey of adventure and discovery for the enigmatic giants of the forests. I highly recommend this book!” —Loren Coleman, author and founder of the International Cryptozoology Museum “Refreshing, thoughtful, thoroughly entertaining! Dupler is an experienced investigator who addresses many facets of the Sasquatch phenomenon.” —Ken Gerhard, cryptozoologist and author of Encounters with Flying Humanoids On the Trail of Bigfoot is a firsthand account from paranormal researcher and skilled outdoorsman Mike Dupler on his many years of investigations into the Bigfoot phenomena. It features his own encounters with these enigmatic creatures, complete with photographs. This plainspoken guide explores a variety of fascinating aspects of the Bigfoot mystery: Whether Bigfoot are interdimensional beings or biological—or both The similarities and disparities between the Sasquatch phenomena and…

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2020.epubEnglish11 MB

Mutating Goddesses by Dr Saswati Sengupta

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Mutating Goddesses traces the shifting fortunes of four specific Hindu deities – Manasa, Candi, Sasthi and Laksmi–- from the fifteenth century to the present time. It focuses on the goddess-invested tradition of Bengal’s Hinduism to argue for a historical evolution/devolution of divinities in tandem with sectarian interests and illumines in the process the knotted correlation of gender, caste and class in the sanctioning of female subjectivities through goddess formation.

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Meditations on the Divine Liturgy by Nikolai Gogol

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With a new subject and scriptural index, as well as a short abstract on Nikolai Gogol as a religious personality, this reedited commentary on the Divine Liturgy—the primary public worship service of the Orthodox Church—is as practical as it is mystical. Gogol, one of the most prominent Russian writers of the 19th century, draws from the early Church Fathers and his own experience to explain the sublime mystery of the Orthodox divine services. In doing so, he also provides a fascinating look into his own religious character and profound liturgical spirituality. ** About the Author Nikolai Gogol was one of the leading figures in 19th-century Russian literature and the founder of critical realism. He is best known for his satirical masterpiece Dead Souls and humorous plays and short stories such as The Government Inspector and The Overcoat . 

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2014.epubEnglish276 KB

Monks, Money, and Morality by Christoph Brumann

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In Search of Buddha’s Daughters by Christine Toomey

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A 60,000-mile odyssey in search of Buddhist nuns—hailed as “inspiring and necessary” (Kirkus), “ambitious” (Tricycle), and “compelling” (Financial Times) They come to the monastic Buddhist life from every faith and career: a policewoman, a princess, a Bollywood star, a violinist. Out of the public eye, despite hardship and even persecution, they vow to seek enlightenment in a world full of noise. Who are these women? What motivates them, and what stands in their way? Award-winning journalist Christine Toomey investigates. From Nepal to California, she encounters unforgettable nuns who reveal the blessings—and perils—of carrying a 2,500-year tradition into the twenty-first century. Often denied equal status with monks, they are nonetheless devoted—to their faith, and to change.

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N/A.epubEnglish31 MB

Meditation Waking Up to Life by Americ Azevedo

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Let go. Relax. Be present. Here and now. Find a moment, any moment, anywhere, at any time—right now. Wake up to life.

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Instant Karma by Barbara Ann Kipfer

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Help others. Help yourself. Be a better person, and make the world a better place. Using the wisdom of the East to instruct and inspire, Instant Karma is a universe of things a reader can do, right now, to accumulate good karma. And, like pennies going into a piggy bank, each is a seemingly little thing-but feed the bank day after day and feel it grow richer and happier. Created by Barbara Ann Kipfer, the author whose books-including 14,000 Things to Be Happy About, 8,789 Words of Wisdom, and The Wish List-have 1.2 million copies in print, Instant Karma is a compulsive, densely packed, chunky little book of 10,000 or so suggestions, wishes, thoughts, and the occasional heartening quotation. Line after line, page after page, mesmerizing to read and filled with inspiration, it is the best kind of call to action-good for you and good for others.

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How to Talk So People Will Listen by Steve Brown

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A step-by-step, practical explanation of how to talk so people listen, whether in church, with family, at work, or with friends.

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1993.epubEnglish3 MB

Grammar, Philosophy, and Logic by Bruce Silver

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This book argues that a basic grasp of philosophy and logic can produce written and spoken material that is both grammatically correct and powerful.

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God and Knowledge by Nathaniel Gray Sutanto

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Nathaniel Gray Sutanto offers a fresh reading of Herman Bavinck’s theological epistemology, and argues that his Trinitarian and organic worldview utilizes an extensive range of sources. Sutanto unfolds Bavinck’s understanding of what he considered to be the two most important aspects of epistemology: the character of the sciences and the correspondence between subjects and objects. Writing at the heels of the European debates in the 19th and 20th century concerning theology’s place in the academy, and rooted in historic Christian teachings, Sutanto demonstrates how Bavinck’s argument remains fresh and provocative.

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Discognition by Steven Shaviro

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What is consciousness? What is it like to feel pain, or to see the colour red? Do robots and computers really think? For that matter, do plants and amoebas think? If we ever meet intelligent aliens, will we be able to understand what they say to us? Philosophers and scientists are still unable to answer questions like these. Perhaps science fiction can help. In Discognition, Steven Shaviro looks at science fiction novels and stories that explore the extreme possibilities of human and alien sentience.

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2015.epubEnglish362 KB

Esoteric Freemasonry by Jean-Louis de Biasi

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ENTER THE INNER TEMPLE OF SECRET MYSTERIES The Sacred Realm of Freemasonry Awaits Esoteric Freemasonry takes you deep into the mystical side of this fascinating secret society and shows you how to carry out the most powerful practices. Learn how to enter your inner temple and accomplish the ancient mysteries. Discover the compelling links to Egyptian Freemasonry as you progress through the degrees of initiation. Using this guide’s profound rituals and its exploration of Masonic tradition, you’ll take the next step in your spiritual practice and improve all realms of life. As a leading Mason in Europe, Jean-Louis de Biasi was appointed Grand Officer after successfully restoring the esoteric and Egyptian degrees in one of the most important French Masonic groups, the Grand Orient of France. With access to highly restricted teachings, Jean-Louis is a foremost authority on little-known rituals and practices that can be used by…

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2018.epubEnglish6 MB

Between Muslims by J. Andrew Bush

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An Introduction to Kant’s Ethic by Roger J. Sullivan

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This is the most up-to-date, brief and accessible introduction to Kant’s ethics available. It approaches the moral theory via the political philosophy, thus allowing the reader to appreciate why Kant argued that the legal structure for any civil society must have a moral basis. This approach also explains why Kant thought that our basic moral norms should serve as laws of conduct for everyone. The volume also includes a detailed commentary on Foundations of the Metaphysics of Morals, Kant’s most widely studied work of moral philosophy.

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N/A.pdfEnglish4 MB

Atheist Mind, Humanist Heart by Lex Bayer, John Figdor

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Atheist Mind, Humanist Heart asks an essential question for the 45 million Americans who self-identify as nonreligious: “So, you don’t believe in God; now what?” This question is increasingly important, as one-third of young adults under the age of thirty consider themselves nonreligious. With a scientific eye and an empathetic heart, the authors turn conventional perceptions about atheism on their head. They show that atheism need not be reactionary (against religion and God), but rather that it can offer a clear set of constructive principles to live by, which establish atheism as a positive worldview.

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N/A.epubEnglish526 KB

After Theory by Terry Eagleton

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