Archive for November 2015

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Nov 27th, 2015 | By

New from JHP Non-Fiction Titles Incompatible Ballerina and Other Essays by Charles William Johns ISBN: 978-1-78279-875-0 (Paperback) £14.99 $25.95 AMAZON US AMAZON UK INDIEBOUND EISBN: 978-1-78279-876-7 (eBook) £8.99 $12.99 AMAZON US AMAZON UK HIVE INDIEBOUND   ‘Philosophy’ (one form of neurosis) is the proper place for thinking neurosis. It is there where one form of

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Meaning in Absurdity – Bernardo Kastrup

Nov 20th, 2015 | By

Extract The calls of the absurd – with their simultaneous contradictoriness, symbolism, and physical reality – have led us to review some of the latest, groundbreaking results coming out of experimental physics. These results, among which one finds the experimental confirmation of quantum entanglement and the correlation between global mind states and physical events, have

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Modern Day Selling by Brian Barfield

Nov 15th, 2015 | By

Overcoming your Fears When you think of fear in your sales career what things come to mind? Could it be the fear of closing a sale?  How about the fear of being totally honest while presenting your customer? Fear takes on many shapes and form throughout the sales floor. Sometimes it is the littlest things

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Who’s Right about whose Right? 

Nov 10th, 2015 | By

by Jack E. Brush Once again, we are observing the failure of “rights talk” to resolve the most pressing social issues of our day. In an interview last Saturday on the Christian Broadcasting Network, Jeb Bush defended the view that Christian business owners have the right to refuse service at same-sex marriages. Quoting “Huffington Post”:

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Pneumatology of Matter, David Gunn

Nov 5th, 2015 | By

Note on terminology ‘Pneumatology’, ‘pneumatism’ and ‘pneumatical’ derive from the Greek word πνεῦμα, which means a blowing or breath. In metaphysics and theology these words have been used in reference to spiritual powers—to an immaterial blowing, as it were. In this book they are used in a different though not unrelated way. Here they pertain

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