British Social Policy and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Let Money Buy Happiness and a Central Store that Provides Essentials for All
The Neverending Education Crisis and the False Promise of the Information Аge
A Non-Physical World Behind this One
Idiosyncratically Embodied Explorations into Artistic Research and Circus Performance
Guideposts for Concerned Citizens
Jack E. Brush
On religious myth, truth and belief
Distinctiveness, Dignity, Disability & Disposal
Michael N. Marsh
Britain is a forward-thinking, human-rights protecting beacon of democracy, right? Think again! Written in time for the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this book is a do...
by Antonin Tuynman (reprinted from steemit) Whenever we feel unhappy or uncomfortable, whenever we are suffering, this is usually due to the fact that we have a divided Mind. In the book "T...
by Knujon Mapson The concept of quantum foam has bubbled up in scientific circles for over half a century, ever since physicist John Wheeler figured that quantum mechanics, at the really really sm...
Look at it this way... Everywhere we look, “framing” affects how we see things. Frames restrict our view, keeping us from seeing the whole truth, and subtly influencing our take on everything from...
By Steve Taylor, Reprinted from Psychology Today It's a dangerous over-simplification to believe that some people are innately ‘good’ while others are innately ‘evil’ or ‘bad.’ This mis...
How do we understand the world around us? How do we solve problems? Often the answer to these questions follows a certain pattern, an algorithm if you wish. This is the case when our analytical left-b...
Rooted in continental philosophy, phenomenology and existential philosophy, Atheism Reclaimed is original in its attempt to create different existential concepts to give expressions to what an authent...