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Carpe Diem Regained

Author : Roman Krznaric
ISBN : 9781783523603
Genre : Philosophy
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Existentialism is back Carpe diem – ‘seize the day’ – is one of the oldest pieces of life advice in Western history. But its true spirit has been hijacked by ad men and self-help gurus, reduced to the instant hit of one-click online shopping, or slogans like ‘live in the now’. We need to reclaim it to make sense of our complex, confusing times. The last great expression of carpe diem was in the electrifying existential philosophy of the 1940s. Today it’s an idea that challenges us to confront our mortality and live with greater passion and intention rather than scroll mindlessly on our phones or allow freedom to become a mere choice between brands. In Carpe Diem Regained, Roman Krznaric reinvents existentialism for our age of information and choice overload. An essential and empowering work of contemporary philosophy, the book unveils the surprising ways of seizing the day that humankind has discovered over the centuries, ones we urgently need to revive. Carpe diem is the existentialism for our times.
Category: Philosophy

Carpe Diem Redeemed

Author : Os Guinness
ISBN : 9780830849888
Genre : Religion
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How do we make the most of life and the time we have? In the midst of our harried modern world, Os Guinness calls us to consequential living, reorienting our notion of history not as cyclical nor as meaningless, but as linear and purposeful. We can seek to serve God's purpose for our generation, read the times, and discern our call for this moment in history.
Category: Religion

Not Doing

Author : Diana Renner and Steven D’Souza
ISBN : 9781911498490
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So many people today are struggling with the increasing pace of change and the constant and excessive busyness that comes with it. Many feel stretched, overwhelmed and exhausted, besieged by the demands of complex projects and workplaces. They are engaged in a kind of "doing" that is more effort and struggle, rather than a "doing" that comes from a place of presence, openness and aliveness. This is not only ineffective and unsustainable, but ultimately ends in stress, anxiety and burnout. This book, by the authors of the award-winning Not Knowing (Best Management Book of the Year), explores the limits and dangers of "doing"; how do they play out in our lives and workplaces; what is driving, or contributing, to our excessive activity; and what would a different kind of "doing" look like, that is less about control and struggle and more about well-being, harmony and creativity.
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Earthly Immortalities

Author : Peter Moore
ISBN : 9781789141061
Genre : Philosophy
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In this thought-provoking book, Peter Moore examines the often overlooked issues concerning human mortality, the fragile ways in which the dead can be said to “live on” in earthly terms: through their children, their work, the memories of others, their possessions, and even their bodies. Such earthly immortalities raise a host of fascinating questions about our attitudes toward life, and toward the world we leave behind us when we die. To what extent does the meaning we find in our lives depend upon the assumption there will always be a new generation to continue the human adventure? What would it be like if science were able to extend life indefinitely, and is this something already enshrined in the doctrine of reincarnation? Can we solve our anxieties about mortality by learning that life is worth living precisely because we do not live forever? In a generous and eloquent account, these and more are the questions Earthly Immortalities seeks to answer.
Category: Philosophy

How To Be A Craftivist

Author : Sarah Corbett
ISBN : 9781783524082
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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'This is mindful activism . . . thought-out, strategic and engaging' Guardian 'I love what Sarah does! It's quiet activism for everyone including introverts' Jon Ronson 'Sarah Corbett mixes an A-grade mind with astonishing creativity and emotional awareness' Lucy Siegle If we want a world that is beautiful, kind and fair, shouldn't our activism be beautiful, kind and fair? Award-winning campaigner and founder of the global Craftivist Collective Sarah Corbett shows how to respond to injustice not with apathy or aggression, but with gentle, effective protest. This is a manifesto – for a more respectful and contemplative activism; for conversation and collaboration where too often these is division and conflict; for using craft to engage, empower and encourage us all to be the change we wish to see in the world. Sarah's craftivism has helped change laws and business policies as well as hearts and minds; here, with thoughtful principles and practical examples, she shows that quiet action can speak as powerfully as the loudest voice.
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Carpe Diem Rach Liz

Author : April Mueller
ISBN : 9781499004533
Genre : Fiction
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Rachel is a well-established business woman who has her head screwed on properly. She is self-sufficient and a highly successful woman. You could say she has a pretty good life and isn’t missing much, but when she meets Liz she realizes just how much she is actually missing. This story takes us behind the romance and into the lives of Rach and Liz. My hope is that through this book my writing will give you a sense that life may send you rain, it may even send you storms, but that love can endure and love can triumph.
Category: Fiction

The Good Ancestor

Author : Roman Krznaric
ISBN : 1615197303
Genre : Political Science
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The greatest challenge facing humankind is not climate change, or extreme inequality, or terrorism; it is our inability to think long term. “The most important question we must ask ourselves is: Are we being good ancestors?” So said Jonas Salk, who cured polio in 1955, saving millions of lives, but refused to patent his discovery or make any money out of it. His radical rethinking of what we owe to future generations should be an inspiration to us all, but it has hardly taken root. That’s because we’re living in the age of now. Businesses can barely see beyond the next quarterly report, nor politicians beyond the next election. Markets spike, then crash in speculative bubbles. In this right-here, right-now society, we rarely stop to consider if we’re being good ancestors. But the future depends on it. Here, leading public intellectual, philosopher, and bestselling author Roman Krznaric explains how we lost sight of the future, and introduces the six simple, practical ways that we can change our thinking today to give our children, and our planet, a chance at a better tomorrow.
Category: Political Science

Carpe Diem

Author : Tony Campolo
ISBN : 0849936802
Genre : Religion
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In his popular book, Campolo impresses upon readers that "if you're living without passion and purpose, you're not really living at all". As only Tony can do, he dynamically infuses readers with his contagious enthusiasm for life. For anyone who is depressed, stressed or feeling that something is missing in life, Carpe Diem will show how to seize the day with passion.
Category: Religion

Cythera Regained

Author : Ken Ireland
ISBN : UOM:39015063350907
Genre : Art
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This is the first comprehensive study of the Rococo revival in nineteenth-century European literature and the arts, and examines developments in France and Germany, England and Austria, as well as contributions from America and Russia. The first half of the book comprises a thematic account of literary examples of the Rococo revival organized into perceptual modes: theatrical, oriental, pastoral, and musical. The second half is chronological, tracing shifts in cultural ambience between 1830 and 1910 in twenty-year stages, dealing with different types phenomena: critical perspectives, decorative arts, painting, music, and literature. All readers drawn to the literature, arts, and culture of the nineteenth and early twentieth century, and especially to period styles and interartistic relations, will be engaged by this study, which also includes sixty-nine illustrations. Ken Ireland is an Associate Lecturer for the Open University.
Category: Art

Paradise Regained

Author : James M. Pearce
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025684569
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