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Let Money Buy Happiness and a Central Store that Provides Essentials for All

Sema Dube
Manu Dube

Oct 2017

Let's change how we define money and take back control of our economic systems.

Mental Penguins

The Neverending Education Crisis and the False Promise of the Information Аge

Ivelin Sardamov

May 2017

A sobering look at the ongoing crisis in civic learning and the fatal attraction of information technology.

Pandeism: An Anthology

Knujon Mapson

Jan 2017

An anthology of exceptional essays and articles addressing the revolutionary theological theory of Pandeism.

No Time and Nowhere

A Non-Physical World Behind this One

Fergus Hinds

Aug 2016

Why believe in an immaterial world behind this one? Probably because there is one.

Homemade Academic Circus

Idiosyncratically Embodied Explorations into Artistic Research and Circus Performance

Camilla Damkjaer

Jun 2016

What happens to the knowledge of the performance theoretician when physically engaging with the circus arts?

In Search of the Common Good

Guideposts for Concerned Citizens

Jack E. Brush

May 2016

Concern for the common good should be the context in which individual human rights are interpreted.

More Than Allegory

On religious myth, truth and belief

Bernardo Kastrup

Apr 2016

A plausible, living validation of religion that doesn't contradict reason.

On Being Human

Distinctiveness, Dignity, Disability & Disposal

Michael N. Marsh

Dec 2015

A study of human beings – our origins, status, beginnings and endings. It asks what is entailed in being human?

Logic of Enlightenment, The

A Cognitive Theory of Spirituality

Dave S. Henley

Nov 2015

In this ground-breaking book the meaning of enlightenment is made evident to the sceptical modern reader, in an intellectually convincing manner.

Incompatible Ballerina and Other Essays

Charlie Johns

Nov 2015

An ontological and epistemological framework and foundation for the psychological symptom 'neurosis'.

In the Absence of Human Beauty

Philosophical Fragments

Matthew Alun Ray

Oct 2015

Vivid fragments engaging with ethical and sceptical themes by means of an engagement with several major European thinkers.

Citizens of the Broken Compass

Ethical and Religious Disorientation in the Age of Technology

Jack E. Brush

May 2015

This collection of essays aims at promoting dialogue between groups that have become polarized over issues such as: human rights, same-sex marriage and religion.

Brief Peeks Beyond

Critical essays on metaphysics, neuroscience, free will, skepticism and culture

Bernardo Kastrup

May 2015

An incisive, original, compelling alternative to current mainstream cultural views and assumptions.

Echoes in Perspective_essays on architecture

Daniel Pavlovits

May 2015

A political voice to architecture and the architecture profession.

Case for Polytheism, The

Steven Dillon

Feb 2015

Polytheism is very much a reasonable position nowadays, and The Case for Polytheism explains why.

Framespotting

Changing how you look at things changes how you see them

Laurence & Alison Matthews

Oct 2014

A punchy, upbeat guide to framespotting. Spot deceptions and hidden assumptions; swap growth for growing up; see and be free.

Vagabond Spirit of Poetry, The

Edward Clarke

Oct 2014

Spend some time with the wisest poets of our age and the past to discover your spiritual potential.

Atheism Reclaimed

Patrick O'Connor

Sep 2014

A Lament for the Soul of Atheism. Real Atheism for Real Atheists.

Escape from Quantopia

Collective Insanity in Science and Society

Ted Dace

Aug 2014

An impassioned call to restore our integrity and sense of reality in a world reduced to numbers.

Why Materialism Is Baloney

How true skeptics know there is no death and fathom answers to life, the universe, and everything

Bernardo Kastrup

Apr 2014

A hard-nosed, logical, and skeptic non-materialist metaphysics according to which the body is in mind, not mind in the body.

Karma of Everyday Life, The

A logical exploration of the law of karma

David Lacey

Jul 2013

Why do bad things happen to good people?

Beyond God

A scientist's search for the meaning of life in the 21st century

Emmanuel Papadakis

Jul 2013

A scientist’s decade-long journey through Eastern and Western philosophy and religion inspired by the dramatic changes in modern science.

New Paradigm - A Spiritual Scientific Cosmology, The

Utilizing Twelve Fundamental Archetype at Base of the Laws of Physics

Sharon Ann Miller

Jun 2013

For those of you who want to know who and what you are and what your relationship is to the universe and its source.

Newer, More English Version, The

Tom Carver

May 2013

No god, no superstition, no worries.

Science Myth, The

God, society, the self and what we will never know.

Dominique Chu

May 2013

The scientific method is often assumed to provide particularly secure knowledge...but, how can we be sure?

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