By Christopher Belshaw
- Addresses the elemental questions that many people ask approximately lifestyles and death.
- Written in an enticing and simple kind, excellent for people with no formal history in philosophy.
- Focuses on in general contemplated concerns, reminiscent of: Is lifestyles sacred? Is it undesirable to die? Is there existence after demise? Does existence have which means? And which lifestyles is best?
- Encourages readers to contemplate and reply to the human condition.
- Features case reports, thought-experiments, and references to literature, movie, track, faith and myth.
By A'Shellarien Lang
By L.Y Nordenfelt
By Michael Jackson
By Meredith Williams
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By Pleshette DeArmitt
These thinkers are recognized for incisively exposing a definite (traditional) narcissism that has been operative in Western inspiration and tradition and for revealing the violence it has wrought— from the hazards of amour-propre and the pathology of a collective “one’s personal” to the illusion of the sovereign One. still, every one of those thinkers denounces the naive denunciation of “narcissism,” because the risks of a non-negotiation with narcissism are extra perilous. by means of rethinking “narcissism” as a fancy constitution of self-relation during the different, the booklet finds the need of an im-possible self-love.
By Kaustuv Roy
This ebook enables a lacking discussion among the secular and the transsecular dimensions of human life. It explores forms of limits of the secular: the inadequacies of its assumptions with admire to the complete being of the human, and the way it curbs the ontological sensibilities of the human. Kaustuv Roy argues that for the reason that secular cause of modernity can basically characterize the empirical measurement of life, people are compelled to denationalise the non-empirical size of being. it's consequently absent from the social, imaginary, in addition to public discourse. This one-sidedness is the basis reason behind some of the ills dealing with modernity. Roy contends bridge-consciousness that praxeologically relates the secular and the non-secular domain names of expertise is the necessity of the hour.
By David Walsh
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