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Best Books: Science & Academic

1 Made for Resilience and Happiness: Effective Coping with Covid-19 According to Viktor E. Frankl and Paul T. P. Wong

Made for Resilience and Happiness: Effective Coping with Covid-19 According to Viktor E. Frankl and Paul T. P. Wong

Dr. Paul T. P. Wong | Science Textbooks

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This book is a response to the enormous threat to our mental health posed by COVID-19. The traditional way of facing disruptions with individual strengths is no longer adequate in overcoming this...

2 Covid-19 Pandemic: Challenges And Responses Of Psychologists From India

Covid-19 Pandemic: Challenges And Responses Of Psychologists From India

Leister Sam S. Manickam | Psychology & Culture

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This book is the edited work of original articles and views of psychologists and psychological associations in India who have responded to challenges that arose from the COVID-19 pandemic. The book gives an overview of the concerns of professional psychologists in India and their responses, from their individual and organizational capacity, to...

3 Human Being

Human Being

Selvam Sivakumar | Philosophy

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This book, a simple overview, talks about how life came into existence, and various factors influencing a human life. I examine the interplay of evolution, society, human thoughts & behaviors, business & jobs, and technology. Then I investigate purpose of human life and what is beyond survival and reproduction. It addresses two important...

4 Black Holes And Beyond

Black Holes And Beyond

Werner Brückner | Science Textbooks

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Black Holes are one of the most fascinating subjects in Astrophysics. They are at the center of research and are of great importance in cosmology. The reader will experience the latest state of knowledge including the newest discovery of a black hole in the center of the Milky Way.

5 The End Of Philosophy - Tales Of Reality

The End Of Philosophy - Tales Of Reality

Jan Strepanov | Philosophy

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Critical of the very act of thinking, The End Of Philosophy goes full circle from nihilistic desperation to farcical comedy. Twelve chapters dismantle everything you thought you ever knew – three others help you laugh at the resulting dilemma. A nonetheless serious theme is that we humans must transcend our current thought paradigms if we...

6 A Pictorial Key to the Tarot

A Pictorial Key to the Tarot

A.E. Waite | Philosophy

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Read the seminal book on Tarot by the co-creator of the Rider Waite tarot card deck, A.E. Waite. One of the most important tarot guides ever written, and an essential companion for your tarot readings. Originally published in 1910, the 2020 iFate.com Second Edition is annotated and includes a foreward by Tarot guru, Jon Samvere.

7 Madness: a form of love (free edition)

Madness: a form of love (free edition)

Max J. Lewy | Psychology

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Madness has always fascinated and terrified the mind of man, in equal measure. In today's medicalized, 'normalized' world, it has come to be seen simply as a 'disease', an ugly blight on the smooth, cog-like operation of the social organism. Our very language has become impoverished by the steady stream of scientistic neologisms which have rushed...

8 Multiple Choice For CSEC Mathematics

Multiple Choice For CSEC Mathematics

Glen Dass | Mathematics

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This book covers multiple-choice questions based on the topics listed in the CSEC Mathematics syllabus. There are answers at the back of the last chapter to help those who use this book. Students are advised to check the answers after a test is completed. Attempts should be made to do over any wrong problem until the correct answer is found...

9 FEAR

FEAR

AiR-Atman in Ravi | Philosophy

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We live in a different world today. The pandemic has filled us with fear and panic. Why? Is our fear justified? The coronavirus may not kill us but our fear will. FEAR by AiR Face your fears! Live courageously, fearlessly!