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A Glimpse Into The Man In Mankind

Author : Robert Kerin, MD
ISBN : 9781450267281
Genre : Philosophy
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Almost seven billion people roam the earth. Although we have different beliefs, lifestyles and physical characteristics, there are patterns of behavior that we all share. We also share the same building blocks of life—DNA, RNA, and proteins. The double-stranded configuration of DNA is found in the nucleus of every living cell and, regardless of whether someone is Asian, African or European, include the same basic components. This detailed look at humanity examines men and women from the inside and outside and scrutinizes factors that influence behavior. Author Dr. Robert Kerin explores the theories of well known scholars such as Thomas Robert Malthus, Alfred Wallace, and Charles Darwin, along with other theorists, such as Dr. Robert Lifton, who has written extensively about genocide and the Nazis. Additionally, he discusses the role of religion and mythology in the development of humanity, the differences between intelligent design and evolution, the reasons humanity is prone to violence, and the ways in which authority affects behavior. Join Dr. Kerin as he explores our similarities, differences, strengths, and weaknesses. Develop a deeper understanding of who we are with A Glimpse into the Man in Mankind.
Category: Philosophy

Man And Mankind

Author : Edmund S. Glenn
ISBN : 0893910686
Genre : Social Science
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Category: Social Science

Mankind Man Unkind

Author : Albert J. Myers
ISBN : 1462871569
Genre : History
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Mankind Man Unkind tells the real story of Vietnam, which was revealed when the soldiers returned home. They scattered about the country in the hopes of assimilating into society despite the myth projected on the television, in the papers, and within the covers of neatly tucked magazines. Contrary to all the TV shows and news stemming from Vietnam, the guys serving there were not killers, village burners, or drug addicts. They were one’s brothers and fathers, sons, cousins and classmates, neighbors and friends.
Category: History

The Spiritual Guidance Of Man And Of Mankind

Author : Rudolf Steiner
ISBN : 1406884995
Genre : Philosophy
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Steiner (1861-1925) was an Austrian philosopher, social reformer, architect and esotericist who founded an esoteric spiritual movement, Anthroposophy, at the beginning of the 20th century. This work, published in 1915, contains English translations of three lectures delivered by Steiner at the General Meeting of the Scandinavian Theosophical Society in Copenhagen in June 1911.
Category: Philosophy

Mankind Creatures Emerged Before The First Named Man Called Adam

Author : Marjorie K. Jones
ISBN : 9781452042039
Genre : Religion
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Through revelation, Christian faith, and visions--the contents of this book was revealed to me. I was able to use the King James version of the Bible and a pictorial Bible dictionary to substantiate the information presented. Remembering, through time, the Bible, which is a book where the holy scriptures are contained, has been transcribed historically by man for centuries; however, this book is not an attempt to interpret the contents of the Bible, for the Bible should never be altered by additions or deletions, the “words of God” are to remain the same forever. If mankind would allow the spirit of God to enter into their hearts, He will guide them to do His will. Our God is in control of everything in creation and nothing is above or beyond Him.
Category: Religion

Your Man

Author : Marcia J. Polson
ISBN : 9780805975376
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Selected Writings Of Richard Mckeon Volume Two

Author : Richard P. McKeon
ISBN : 0226560384
Genre : Philosophy
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Richard McKeon was a philosopher of extraordinary creativity who brought profoundly original ideas to bear on more standard ways of thinking and learning. A classicist, medievalist, and revolutionary intellectual, he fashioned an approach to philosophy as a plural conversation among varied traditions of thought, epochs, and civilizations. This second volume of McKeon's selected works demonstrates his approach to inquiry and practice in culture, education, and the arts. Together, the writings in this book show how McKeon reinvented the ancient arts of rhetoric, grammar, logic, and dialectic for the new circumstances of a global culture. In essays on creation and criticism, for instance, rhetoric is distinguished from grammar and shown to be the master art of invention, judgment, and pluralistic interpretation. Writings on themes of culture, meanwhile, explore the self-invention of mankind as justification for the arts, the development of the humanities, and the organization of the sciences. In the closing essays on education and philosophy, McKeon considers the implications of his ideas for the future of the liberal arts and higher learning.
Category: Philosophy

The Idea Of Order

Author : H. Barth
ISBN : 9789401036795
Genre : Philosophy
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In these essays toward a political philosophy we shall be con cerned with fundamentals. And because it is a question of fundamentals, they will, we imagine, be of interest to many readers. We should like to contribute to a clarification, histor ically and systematically, of some concepts with which every philosophy of society and the state has to deal. We shall admit historical considerations for the sake of insights into the sys tematic ones, and we trust that our inquiry into the systematic will help us to understand the historical. For we are moving in that circle exemplarily described by Johann Gustav Droysen in his Vorlesungen fiber Enzyklopadie und Methodologie der Ge schichte (§ 37) when he writes: 'Undoubtedly we only under stand completely that which is, when we recognize and make clear to ourselves how it came to be. But how it came to be, we recognize only if we investigate and understand, as exactly as possible, how it is. Our grasping that which came to be and comprehending its becoming is only one form and expression of our understanding of the present and existing. And this becoming and having come to be can be derived only by temporally conceiving and analysing the existing in order to understand it. ' We must, therefore, center our attention on what may be called the structure and logic of social order.
Category: Philosophy