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Science Myth, The by Dominique Chu

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?

Impossible Happens, The by Imants Barušs

Impossible Happens, The

A Scientist's Personal Discovery of the Extraordinary Nature of Reality

Imants Barušs

Mar 2013

A professor of psychology dreams about future events, leading to startling discoveries about energy healing and communicating with the dead.

Pneumatology of Matter by David Gunn

Pneumatology of Matter

A philosophical inquiry into the origins and meaning of modern physical theory

David Gunn

Jan 2013

A new study of modern physical principles sheds light on the mind-body problem, freewill and other philosophical conundrums.

Embrace the Infinite by Anthony Mannucci

Embrace the Infinite

The Science of Spirituality

Anthony Mannucci

Mar 2012

Learn how your inner geek can make you more spiritually fulfilled. Period.

New Philosophy of Literature, A by Nicholas Hagger

New Philosophy of Literature, A

The Fundamental Theme and Unity of World Literature: the Vision of the Infinite and the Universalist Literary Tradition

Nicholas Hagger

Jan 2012

The fundamental theme of world literature has conflicting metaphysical and secular aspects which the Universalist tradition in literature combines, offering a new direction in contempo

Meaning in Absurdity by Bernardo Kastrup

Meaning in Absurdity

What bizarre phenomena can tell us about the nature of reality

Bernardo Kastrup

Jan 2012

A compelling and eloquent articulation of a future when humanity will transcend logic and find profound meaning in the absurd.

Philosophy of the Mind Made Easy by Deborah Wells

Philosophy of the Mind Made Easy

What do angels think about? Is God a deceiver? And other interesting questions considered

Deborah Wells

Oct 2011

Aims to turn you, the reader, into a philosopher of the mind.

Nothing Matters by Ronald Green

Nothing Matters

a book about nothing

Ronald Green

Aug 2011

Thinking about Nothing opens the world to everything by illuminating new angles to old problems and stimulating new ways of thinking.

Panpsychism by Peter Ells


The Philosophy of the Sensuous Cosmos

Peter Ells

Aug 2011

Are free will and mind chimeras? This book, anti-materialistic but respecting science, answers, No! Mind is foundational to all existence.

Dreamed up Reality by Bernardo Kastrup

Dreamed up Reality

Diving into mind to uncover the astonishing hidden tale of nature

Bernardo Kastrup

Jun 2011

A mesmerizing journey into the unconscious, where one uncovers the unfathomable mechanisms underlying a fractal reality made of thought forms.

An Enlightened Philosophy by Geoff Crocker

An Enlightened Philosophy

Can an Atheist Believe Anything?

Geoff Crocker

Mar 2011

Even an atheist world needs human values - religion interpreted as myth offers a classic contribution

Rationalist Spirituality by Bernardo Kastrup

Rationalist Spirituality

An exploration of the meaning of life and existence informed by logic and science

Bernardo Kastrup

Jan 2011

A book where all aspects of existence find a logical reason, leading to insightful guidelines for living a purposeful life.

Monkeys On Our Backs by Richard Tokumei

Monkeys On Our Backs

Why Conservatives and Liberals Are Both Wrong About Evolution

Richard Tokumei

Jan 2011

Why the Left should disavow The Theory of Evolution and the Right should love it!

World Government, The by Nicholas Hagger

World Government, The

A Blueprint for a Universal World State

Nicholas Hagger

Nov 2010

A Universalist blueprint for a philanthropic, democrat

Religion Versus Science by Ron Frost

Religion Versus Science

Ron Frost

Sep 2010

This book unifies the scientific facts of evolution with the belief that life is infused by a transcendental consciousness.

Dark Man, The by Deborah Wells

Dark Man, The

Deborah Wells

May 2010

Myth, magic and universal archetypes. Unravelling the truth about the terrifying Dark Man.

Destination of the Species by Michael Meacher

Destination of the Species

The Riddle of Human Existence

Michael Meacher

Jan 2010

What is the purpose of existence, and what are we here for? This book seeks to answer just that question. Government minister seeks meaning of life, the universe and everything

New Philosophy of Universalism, The by Nicholas Hagger

New Philosophy of Universalism, The

The Infinite and the Law of Order

Nicholas Hagger

Jun 2009

New Philosophy of Universalism by Nicholas Hagger challenges the Dawkins-neoDarwinist view of a random universe in favour of an ordered bio-friendly one.

Rise and Fall of Civilizations, The by Nicholas Hagger

Rise and Fall of Civilizations, The

Why civilizations rise and fall and what happens when they end

Nicholas Hagger

Apr 2008

The pattern of world history: 25 civilizations rise round a vision of the Light which passes into their religion, and go through 61 stages.

Mind Before Matter by Paul Devereux

Mind Before Matter

Challenging the Materialist Model of Reality

Paul Devereux

Oct 2007

Stargazers by Paul Rossetti Bjarnason


Stories of the first philosophers

Paul Rossetti Bjarnason

Oct 2007

Punk Science by Manjir Samanta-Laughton

Punk Science

Inside the Mind of God

Manjir Samanta-Laughton

Oct 2006

Light of Civilization, The by Nicholas Hagger

Light of Civilization, The

Nicholas Hagger

Jun 2006

The tradition of the mystic experience of the Light in all cultures and civilizations, including the heretical tradition.

Fall, The by Steve Taylor

Fall, The

Steve Taylor

Oct 2005

Human achievement versus war, patriarchy and social inequality.

Is There an Afterlife? by David Fontana

Is There an Afterlife?

David Fontana

Mar 2005

If so what is it like? Does memory and personality survive? How do Western ideas of the afterlife compare with Eastern?

  • Steve TaylorSteve TaylorSteve Taylor PhD is a senior lecturer in psychology at Leeds Metropolitan University. He is the auth...
  • David FontanaDavid FontanaDuring his distinguished career David Fontana was Professor of Transpersonal Psychology at Liverpool...
  • Manjir Samanta-LaughtonManjir Samanta-LaughtonAfter qualifying as a medical GP, a holistic therapist and working in the Bristol Cancer Help Centre...
  • Paul DevereuxPaul DevereuxCo-editor and initiator of the anthology, Trish Pfeiffer, was co-chair with John Mack in the Center ...
  • Michael MeacherMichael MeacherMichael Meacher in his own words: I am a politician (though frustrated and disgusted by so much of ...
  • Laurence & Alison MatthewsLaurence & Alison MatthewsIn a previous century, Laurence and Alison Matthews were university lecturers and statisticians in t...
  • Bernardo KastrupBernardo KastrupBernardo Kastrup has a Ph.D. in computer engineering with specializations in artificial intelligence...
  • Geoff CrockerGeoff CrockerFollowing an economics degree in the UK, Geoff Crocker developed two career components ; one in indu...
  • Peter EllsPeter EllsPeter Ells has a long-standing interest in the Hard Problem of consciousness: specifically in explai...
  • Knujon MapsonKnujon MapsonKnujon Mapson is a student of the revolutionary evolutionary theological theory of Pandeism, a const...
  • Paul Rossetti BjarnasonPaul Rossetti Bjarnason A Canadian of Icelandic and Italian descent, Paul Rossetti Bjarnason was born in Vancouver in 1944....
  • Nicholas HaggerNicholas HaggerNicholas Hagger is a poet, man of letters, cultural historian and philosopher. He has lectured in En...
  • Emmanuel PapadakisEmmanuel PapadakisEmmanuel holds a biochemistry degree from Imperial College London and PhD in cardiovascular genetics...
  • Steven DillonSteven DillonSteven Dillon has been writing philosophical treatises for over five years, spending time in a Roman...
  • Imants BarušsImants BarušsImants Barušs obtained an interdisciplinary BSc from the University of Toronto, a MSc in mathematic...
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