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Figments Of Reality

Author : Ian Stewart
ISBN : 0521663830
Genre : Science
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Addressing the nature of free will and humanity itself, the authors argue that the mind, consciousness, and culture have evolved interdependently to create the human species and show how the mind is constantly adjusting to its environment. UP.
Category: Science

Figments Of My Reality

Author : Elias Tobias
ISBN : 9781481756372
Genre : Poetry
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Figments of My Reality is an anthology of poetry written by Elias Tobias from high school to the present, which explores the facets of reality from the common themes of life. These poems are really little stories of characters, observed or experienced by the author, without the introductions and conclusions. These are snapshots of their thoughts, leaving the settings and character details up to the reader. The poems focus of the feelings of the moment, and possible reasons of decisions or reactions of these feelings. These collective actions create who we are, and why we do what we do.
Category: Poetry

New Scientist

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ISBN : UCSD:31822023390693
Genre : Science
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All The Broken Pieces

Author : Cindi Madsen
ISBN : 9781620611302
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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"All the Broken Pieces kept me guessing and frantically flipping the pages. It's a unique story with layered characters I couldn't help but fall in love with." -Nyrae Dawn, author of Charade What if your life wasn't your own? Liv comes out of a coma with no memory of her past and two distinct, warring voices inside her head. Nothing, not even her reflection, seems familiar. As she stumbles through her junior year, her two minds get louder, insisting she please the popular group while simultaneously despising them. But when Liv starts hanging around with Spencer, whose own mysterious past also has him on the fringe, life feels complete for the first time in, well, as long as she can remember. Liv knows the details of the car accident that put her in the coma, but as the voices invade her dreams, and her dreams start feeling like memories, she and Spencer seek out answers. Yet the deeper they dig, the less things make sense. Can Liv rebuild the pieces of her broken past, when it means questioning not just who she is, but what she is?
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Critique Of Impure Reason

Author : Peter Munz
ISBN : 0275963845
Genre : Philosophy
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Challenges most current thinking about consciousness and mind by subjecting neuroscience and cognitive science to philosophical analysis.
Category: Philosophy

On An Ungrounded Earth

Author : Ben Woodard
ISBN : 9780615785387
Genre : Earth (Planet)
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For too long, the Earth has been used to ground thought instead of bending it; such grounding leaves the planet as nothing but a stage for phenomenology, deconstruction, and other forms of anthropocentric philosophy. In far too much continental philosophy, the Earth is a cold dead place enlivened only by human thought-either as a thing to be exploited, or as an object of nostalgia. Geophilosophy seeks instead to question the ground of thinking itself, the relation of the inorganic to the capacities and limits of thought. This book constructs an eclectic variant of geophilosophy through engagements with digging machines, cyclones and volcanoes, secret vessels, nuclear waste, giant worms, decay, hell, demon souls, subterranean cities, black suns, and xenoarcheaology, via continental theory (Nietzsche, Schelling, Deleuze, et alia) and various cultural objects such as horror films, videogames, and weird Lovecraftian fictions, with special attention to Speculative Realism and the work of Reza Negarestani. In a time where the earth as a whole is threatened by ecological collapse, On an Ungrounded Earth generates a perversely realist account of the earth as a dynamic engine materially invading and upsetting our attempts to reduce it to the ground beneath our feet.
Category: Earth (Planet)

Krispos The Emperor The Tale Of Krispos Book Three

Author : Harry Turtledove
ISBN : 9780307801715
Genre : Fiction
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Krispos had held the throne of Videssos since he was scarcely more than a peasant youth. But now a strange heresy has taken root in the land, a hidden dissent that is flaring into open revolt. As Krispos leads his legions with his three sons, against the rebels, one son disappears into the rebel ranks. Then the renegades seize the day, and Krispos wages an ever more desperate war against an implacable foe that would not scruple to set brother against brother, father against son.... From the Paperback edition.
Category: Fiction


Author : MEL O'DEA
ISBN : 9781496975829
Genre : Fiction
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Exploring the theme of the outsider the book concerns an unusual and imaginative girl, Caty, who escapes from her dysfunctional family and her sense of not fitting in through the murky world of addiction. The book is written in an experimental, poetic style and has a strong philosophic content. The book aims to be challenging but ultimately hopeful.
Category: Fiction

Henry Of Harclay

Author : Mark G. Henninger
ISBN : UOM:39015080836698
Genre : History
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A complete critical edition of the later work of the medieval philosopher and theologian Henry of Harclay is here published for the first time, together with an English translation prepared in collaboration with Raymond Edwards. The Quaestiones Ordinariae introduce students to the key problems of medieval philosophy, as well as enabling scholars to deepen their knowledge of the debates of this period. A further volume will publish Questions 15-29.
Category: History

Figments Of A Murder

Author : Gillian E. Hanscombe
ISBN : 1875559434
Genre : Fiction
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A lyrical, passionate, and satirical novel that probes the ideologies of self, sex, stardom, and sisterhood as they are complicated by memories and money.
Category: Fiction

Letters To My Ex

Author : Marvin Barnes
ISBN : 9781449077020
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Our future in part is made up of fragments of our past. If we learn from our past and understand it then primarily we can escape repeating it. This happens to be true in love also; our current relationship is made up of fragments of our past physical and emotional involvements. Whether those involvements contained painful or pleasant memories, doesn't really matter. The difference is how we ourselves deal with the aftermath of those experiences. Whether we allow any individual to possess so much control over our life as to let their actions dictate how we love after them. Love is not an exact science, and if love were fair we would all fall in love with our best friend and live happily ever after. Sometimes we choose to offer our hearts to the wrong individuals. By the same token there has been some point in our lives where someone gave us their heart also, and we returned it in a much more damaged condition than when we accepted it. Letters to my ex is dedicated to the fragments of my past. Those women that have made me more sensitive, understanding, compassionate, patient, loving, supportive, and passionate. As well as those that possessed none of those qualities and allowed me to experience what some of my thoughtless actions felt like first hand.
Category: Family & Relationships

Mathematics Today

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ISBN : UOM:39015053996594
Genre : Mathematics
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Category: Mathematics

Stop Working Start Thinking

Author : Jack Cohen
ISBN : 0415368308
Genre : Science
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This book aims to encourage young researchers to think more clearly about their experiments, from experimental design to data interpretation. This new edition has new material throughout and a new chapter on measurement interpretation, including an examination of cryptic assumptions.
Category: Science

Dictionary Of Magic

Author : Harry E Wedeck
ISBN : 9781504010948
Genre : Social Science
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Dictionary of Magic by Harry E. Wedeck offers a broad understanding of the field of witchcraft, the occult, and its many manifestations, from early Babylonian times to the present day. It includes knowledge of words in this area from many continents and practices. It also discusses and analyzes occult practices and notable wizards and demographers.
Category: Social Science

Issues In American Economic History

Author : Gerald D. Nash
ISBN : PSU:000018753684
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 64.67 MB
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Chapter titles: The new economic history; Colonial agriculture; Labor in the colonial era; Colonial finance; Economic growth and the american revolution; Economic growth and the constitution; Finance in the national period; The economy of the ante-bellum south; Technology and economic change in nineteenth century America; Economic effects of the civil war; Agriculture in the later nineteenth century; The rise of big business; Immigrant labor in the progressive era; Oscar Handlin; Origins of the great crash of 1929; The new deal; Big business in the 1950's: Bigness and efficiency; Black capitalism in the 1960's.
Category: Business & Economics

Quantum Reality

Author : Jonathan Allday
ISBN : 9781584887041
Genre : Science
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Probably the most successful scientific theory ever created, quantum theory has profoundly changed our view of the world and extended the limits of our knowledge, impacting both the theoretical interpretation of a tremendous range of phenomena and the practical development of a host of technological breakthroughs. Yet for all its success, quantum t
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Religion As Art Form

Author : Carl L. Jech
ISBN : 9781621896708
Genre : Religion
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If you find books such as Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion compelling but your faith heritage is also important to you, this book shows how you can affirm both. Taking a cue from Marcus Borg's contention that "scriptural literalism" is for many people a major impediment to authentic spirituality, Carl Jech describes how all religion can and should be much more explicit about its symbolic, metaphorical, and artistic nature. With a particular focus on mortality and the relationship of humans to eternity, the book affirms a postmodern understanding of "God" as ultimate eternal Mystery and of spirituality as an artistic, (w)holistic, visionary, and creative process of becoming at home in the universe as it really is with all its joys and sorrows. Religion as Art Form is a must-read for those who think of themselves as spiritual but not religious.
Category: Religion