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Hell is not only a state of Mind; it’s becoming the state of Earth

Mar 21st, 2018 | By

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 “The Praxis” Dirk Bruere lucidly describes how the Mind can become divided against itself when it has to exclusively choose from more than one

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Quantum Beer

Feb 15th, 2018 | By

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 small scale, would yield a Universe where nothing was ever static, and instead bits of matter (or, at least, the fundamental particles constructing them)

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The Real Meaning of ‘Good’ and ‘Evil’

Jan 17th, 2018 | By

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 misleading concept underpins the justice system of many countries – ‘bad’ people commit crimes, and since they are intrinsically ‘bad’, they should be locked away so that they

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Featured Author – Bernardo Kastrup

Apr 10th, 2017 | By

Bernardo Kastrup is one of our bestselling Iff Books authors and a contributor to the recently published Pandeism: An Anthology, edited by Knujon Mapson, with his article on’ The Idealist Interpretation of Pandeism’. Bernardo has authored many scientific papers and philosophy books. His three most recent books are: More Than Allegory, Brief Peeks Beyond and

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DISCover the Power of You

Mar 13th, 2017 | By

Out in August, DISCover the Power of You is for individuals who have a desire to better understand their own personality, people who may be aspiring to become great leaders in whichever field or area they are in and at whichever level in a business or organisation they are at. And more specifically, for anyone

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Featured Book – Transformations

Feb 24th, 2017 | By

Transformations: Stories to Tell in the Classroom These six stories are the perfect companions to the topics, SEAL work and Literacy Units for teachers and children in the primary classroom. They are to be read aloud but can be enjoyed in solitude. These include myths and legends, based around the subject of transformations dealing with

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Mental Penguins

Feb 14th, 2017 | By

Mental Penguins The Neverending Education Crisis and the False Promise of the Information Аge This fascinating book is a sobering look at the ongoing crisis in civic learning and the fatal attraction of information technology. Professor Ivelin Sardamov draws on key findings in neuroscience to explain the waning interest in and knowledge of complex social

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Pandeism: Criticism and Analysis from Other Views

Feb 5th, 2017 | By

An excerpt from the Pandeism Anthology: Throughout its history, Pandeism has drawn both a critical and comparative eye from adherents to other theological models. The conventional practice in organizing comparative religious literature seems to be to order pieces so that conventional Westernworld views are given prominence. Here, we upend this tendency by putting ahead of

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Why read Earth Books?

Feb 3rd, 2017 | By

Earth Books are practical, scientific and philosophical publications about our relationship with the environment. Earth Books explore sustainable ways of living; including green parenting, gardening, cooking and natural building, and all manner of diet and lifestyle insights, so if you’re looking for inspiration you can apply to your life, to enable you to live in

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Philosophical Implications of Pandeism

Jan 31st, 2017 | By

An excerpt from the Pandeism Anthology: “Omniscience, Omnipotence and Pantheism,” by Richard Francks PhD, sets the stage with an observation on the nature of omniscience as applied to experiential knowledge. Next, “Leibniz’s Best World Claim Restructured,” by William C. Lane, presents a tour-de-force of moral consequence, explaining how a creator wholly becoming the creation— without

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