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Evolutionary Philosophy By Ed Gibney
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Evolutionary Philosophy is the foundation text for a new belief system. We are all products of evolution. Understanding all of the implications of this statement leads to a comprehensive worldview... More > that can answer our universally shared questions: Where did I come from? What am I? What is a good life? How do I know? These questions and many more are answered in this book, before the beliefs of 60 of the top philosophers of history are put to the test in an evaluation of the survival of their fittest ideas. This is an audacious work of research and analysis from author Ed Gibney, who finishes by asking readers to help Evolutionary Philosophy to grow and adapt as mankind's knowledge continues to accumulate. This clear and accessible work promises to help you reevaluate mankind's place in the universe and your place in society.< Less
Evolutionary Philosophy: Life Makes Sense By Ed Gibney
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Evolutionary Philosophy is the foundation text for a new belief system. We are all products of evolution. Understanding all of the implications of this statement leads to a comprehensive worldview... More > that can answer our universally shared questions: Where did I come from? What am I? What is a good life? How do I know? These questions and many more are answered in this book, before the beliefs of 60 of the top philosophers of history are put to the test in an evaluation of the survival of their fittest ideas. This is an audacious work of research and analysis from author Ed Gibney, who finishes by asking readers to help Evolutionary Philosophy to grow and adapt as mankind's knowledge continues to accumulate. This clear and accessible work promises to help you reevaluate mankind's place in the universe and your place in society.< Less
Judgment By Ed Gibney
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How do you judge a story about judgment? Can you wait until the tale is told before making up your mind? In 2004, positive psychologists Peterson and Seligman published a list of 24 character... More > strengths drawn from ancient and modern texts of wisdom from around the world. Contemplate one of them as part of a series of short stories by writer and philosopher Ed Gibney.< Less
Curiosity By Ed Gibney
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Daniel's friend Oliver has left him an unexpected inheritance. So far, it's just been a trail of clues leading him around to different people that Oliver knew, but the last clue will take him to a... More > strange and foreign place. Will it all be worth it? In 2004, positive psychologists Peterson and Seligman published a list of 24 character strengths drawn from ancient and modern texts of wisdom from around the world. Contemplate one of them as part of a series of short stories by writer and philosopher Ed Gibney. To see more, go to evphil.com.< Less
Draining the Swamp By Ed Gibney
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It's time someone changed this town. Our heroine — the beautiful, young, idealist Justine Swensen — is headed to Washington, DC to find a place where she can truly make a difference.... More > She'll work behind the scenes from the bottom of the legislative branch to the top of the executive. She'll exert pressure as an external consultant and non-profit leader. And she'll meet with journalists, think tanks, and lobbyists before finally running for political office herself. Follow her thirty-year career as she meets funny, inspiring, and infuriating bureaucrats. After navigating these Kafkaesque mazes with Justine, you'll learn the moral of her story too.< Less
Love of Learning By Ed Gibney
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Julie is helping her mother study for an important test, but she's not sure she's ready. What has Catherine done to prepare? In 2004, positive psychologists Peterson and Seligman published a list of... More > 24 character strengths drawn from ancient and modern texts of wisdom from around the world. Contemplate one of them as part of a series of short stories by writer and philosopher Ed Gibney.< Less