The Philosophy of the Worker -- an Adventure in Learning
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The Philosophy of The Worker -- an Adventure in Learning is a story about one person's objective view of the world that consists of an inner world and the surrounding world including the universe and what might be beyond. It is an Adventure in Learning because I have discovered our history and written something about it – including its revelation and facts from other philosophers. It is a story about finding one's own spirit and the spirit of the world. This story took four years to research and create. The philosophy is a certain way of thinking and examining our own thoughts and the thoughts of others. Imagination is important and creative intelligence is what we have been endowed with to use as we will. It is our will to excel that brings us closer to the Ideal of creative thinking. 978-0-9765403-0-4
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Jan 3, 2016"Re: The Philosophy of the Worker an Adventure in Learning" It is true Life is an Adventure in Learning and even in our mistakes we still Learn so said Einstein. Learning is the constant development and evolution of our own thinking and the Discovery of possibilities of our own potential to excel.
Mar 16, 2010Re: The Philosophy of the Worker is a deeply considered, finely crafted work expressing the process of education from the standpoint of the end user of the teachings. This describes a truly philosophical approach to data of all sorts for the individual consumer. Insightful, well written, and fun to read, "Adventures in Learning" prompts the reader to consider the mission statement as doctrine policy of post-modern educational institutions. Just as you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink, the author provides evidence that you can lead a student to data but you can't make him think. This book is a refreshing take on the idea of inner growth stimulated by reflecting on the ebb and flow of the mundane world. This is an excellent book for professional educators as well as parents of children who seem lost in standardized school systems.
Apr 28, 2009"Re: The Philosophy of the Worker an Adventure in Learning" Human beings perceive the big universe through their five limited senses: seeing, hearing, smelling, touching, and tasting. Due to their physical restraint, it took thousands of years before human beings could physically set their first footprint on the moon. Yet, it is obviously that human beings have continued to advance their exploration and expand their knowledge of the infinite universe. Spirit and mind are real compensation for physical inadequacy of human beings. There has never been any slight limitation for a human’s mind which enables them to go beyond their physical inadequacy. Human thought can travel throughout the infinite universe trillion and trillion times with an unrestricted speed. Under a microscope perspective, each human being is a small universe or a nuclear of the outer universe. Human beings keep dreaming of making successful exploration of the big universe as well as into deep space of... More > their mind and spirit. I believe Scott Martin Locke provides readers with a fresh perspective of both inner and outer universe through “The Philosophy of the Worker -- an Adventure in Learning” Viet Tran< Less
Aug 31, 2008"Adventure in Learning, indeed" Scott Locke is something else. With the vision of a fuller understanding of this world and his place in it, Scott began to read and ingest the wisdom of great philosophers. Writing from the intersection of curiosity, understanding and awe, he has put on these pages one of the most comprehensive histories of knowledge I have seen by a lay scholar. His love of learning and this creation is what inspired Locke to begin his trilogy. Each evening, after his day job at the lumber yard, Scott read and took his notes by hand. Hand typed pages became his manuscript, each round of edits carefully retyped, until he and his reviewers were content with the book. This adventure in his learning has become my adventure in learning by reading what he has processed. I recommend this book to anyone who has ever wondered the existential question. You will find this adventure awe-inspiring. And well worth the time spent -- reading and pondering the big... More > questions. One look at the table of contents (see preview), and your curiosity will turn on. Book two is now in production for a fall release.< Less
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- Standard Copyright License
- Elemental Publishers
- April 6, 2008
- Perfect-bound Paperback
- Interior Ink
- Black & white
- 1.68 lbs.
- Dimensions (inches)
- 6 wide x 9 tall
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