Tag Archives: Philosophy

Featured philosophy books including studies of the theoretical basis of a particular branch of knowledge and/or experience.

Freedom To Change: Why You Are The Way You Are and What You Can Do About It

Freedom To Change: Why You Are The Way You Are and What You Can Do About It by Gregory L. Little, Kimberly J. Prachniak, and Stanley W. PrachniakFreedom To Change presents profound truths about human nature and how we make choices.

We have three drives deeply embedded in us—the will to survive, to reproduce, and to make our lives easier and more pleasurable. These drives help form our beliefs, control our habits, and lead to our destiny as individuals.

We have a desire to organize things so that we can better control the chaotic world around us. Our beliefs are one way we organize and interpret the world. Continue reading

Excerpts from an Abstract Mind

Excerpts from an Abstract Mind by Ewana HinesLife is unpredictable. We are given no map at birth, and yet we wade through the adventure together, learning different things along the way while collecting experiences.

Excerpts from an Abstract Mind is a poetry collection about the chance encounters, lessons learned, and ideologies acquired by author Ewana Hines as she plays witness from the sidelines of life. Continue reading

Eight 8: This Book Holds the Infinite Power of Eight 內含8的無限力量

Eight 8 This Book Holds the Infinite Power of Eight 8 by David J Nelson 2Why does the number 8 symbolize “good fortune” and prosperity to billions of people in China, Japan, and all of Asia?

Great for children and Adults alike, the reader will find fascinating facts about the number 8 in this book. Eight in Chinese sounds like “to generate wealth.” Did you know that a license plate in Hong Kong that contained the number 8 sold for over 2 million dollars because the number on the plate symbolizes “easy money?” Continue reading