Best Books: Science & Academic
Jacob Paul Patchen | Philosophy
Love is superior, family is mighty, and we were put here, not for ourselves, but for each other. These are the core values that were passed down to me from my grandfather. Don’t chase the...
Pavel Šlajs | Psychology
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Neelam Birthare (Nicky BaBa) | Psychology
A basic understanding of psychology reveals how impactful is the role of our attitude in our lives. Attitude is a key factor affecting our perspective,thoughts,feelings,emotions. It defines one's perceptions and personality. The "Hao"Attitude is a distant cousin of positive attitude,olive green attitude, minimalist ideology etc etc. Derived from...
Joy Basham-Lynskey | Psychology
The true stories within these pages will show even the most skeptical that life is defined by how you allow yourself to believe it will be defined. The author describes the stories of three young boys’ journeys and the end of their journeys through lives that were cut far too short. If you have ever suffered the loss of a true friend, a soul...
AiR | Philosophy
This book is about my search for the third peak of enlightenment and the true meaning of life. It is about how I discovered Ananda,everlasting joy beyond the first peak of achievement and the second peak of fulfillment – the bliss that knows no bounds!
Andrei Sorin | Science
Addressing general readers as well as software practitioners, "Software and Mind" discusses the fallacies of the mechanistic ideology and the degradation of minds caused by these fallacies. Mechanism holds that every aspect of the world can be represented as a neat hierarchical structure of entities. But, while useful in fields like mathematics...
Krishna Kripa | Science
The book points out one of the biggest errors committed in human history. While tracing human evolution we have skipped an entire human civilization that existed on earth before the last ice and drowned in floods at the end of the last ice age, consequently we have skipped an entire branch of sciences developed by this civilization passed down to...
Raquel Couto Antelo | Philosophy
This is a collection of sixty short stories with art-work from year 2013 to 2015.The title is a small tribute to Atlántida Pereira, because she always says there is something of philosophy in my short stories and to Rober Bodegas for his wonderful monologue about yogurts and the fake L Casei.They are sixty captures, sixty snaps of daily moments...
Laurence Robert Cohen | Philosophy
In our lonely world love heals. But not as often depicted. Kierkegaard worked to reveal. In healing of love we are gifted. Love is life at its very core. So we strive to comprehend. What it means to us and more. By love our world can mend. The poems here are to make accessible. Kierkegaard's longer and complete text. In my hope you'll...
Natarajan Nagarethinam | Philosophy
The Eastern Mystics literature talks about Maya that create illusion in lives. Why does it do so? Maya is not a God. But science personified. Eastern scripture is science diluted to make the reader understand. The book explains about the Universe and the role of Maya. Modern science tanextlks about multi-verse. After reading this book the same...