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On Union With God (Illustrated)
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On Union With God was written by Magnus Albertus (Albert the Great). The work lays down the main principles of human existence and need for being in union with god. The author talks about the... More > importance of god and highest spiritual life. This is an illustrated version of the original work.< Less
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Words of Wisdom: Albert Camus
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Albert Camus is considered as one of the greatest writers and philosophers from France. This Nobel Prize winning writer and journalist contributed greatly to the philosophy known as absurdism. The... More > Rebel is one of his most famous essays. He writes that he devoted his entire life to opposing the philosophy of nihilism while still delving deeply into individual and sexual freedom. In literary and philosophic circles, Albert Camus draws deep respect and admiration. Besides being a great writer and philosopher, he was a very powerful orator. Through his precise diction and powerful sentences and thoughts, he often left his listeners amazed. Several of his witty lines and ingenious thoughts have become very popular quotes. The present book Words of Wisdom: Albert Camus includes hundreds of intelligent lines spoken or written by this great writer. They are bound to educate and entertain the prospective readers.< Less
Words of Wisdom: Albert Einstein
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Albert Einstein, the German-born theoretical physicist, is best known for his mass–energy equivalence formula E = mc2, however, he was a great philanthropist and genuine human being, who... More > devoted his entire life for the development of science and thinking about making human lives better. Einstein was a genius par excellence. His witty and intelligent remarks astonished his contemporaries because he thought decades ahead of them. It is often said that Einstein lived in future, whereas his contemporaries were still struggling with the problems of the present. Several of his famous statements, remarks, and sayings have come to be some of the most famous quotations in the modern world. In this book we have included his best statements, quotes, and remarks. They are bound to enlighten and entertain the prospective readers. Words of Wisdom: Albert Einstein Copyright Preface Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five< Less
Illustrated Biographies: Albert Camus
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He is well known for his absurdist ideas of life and the philosophy which is very hard to ignore. Albert Camus was born on 7 November 1913 in Drean (then known as Mondovi) in French Algeria to a... More > Pied-Noir settler family; he was a French Algerian author, philosopher, journalist and footballer who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957. He was a key philosopher of the 20th-century and his most famous work is the novel L'Étranger (The Stranger).< Less
Albert Einstein: His Words
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This book is a collection of 240 fundamental quotes and aphorisms of Albert Einstein. It grants his reflections on subjects ranging from Stupidity to Genius: “The difference between genius and... More > stupidity is; genius has its limits.” “The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.” “The only escapes from the miseries of life are music and cats...” “The tragedy of life is what dies inside a man while he lives.” “The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.” “Three great forces rule the world: stupidity, fear and greed.” “When the solution is simple, God is answering.” “You never fail until you stop trying.”< Less
Voyage of the Prince Albert in search of Sir John Franklin
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At the request of several kind friends, who were of opinion that ray private Journal would not be wholly uninteresting, from its giving a detailed account of the " Prince Albert's"... More > remarkable cruise in the Arctic Seas, I have ventured, though with great timidity and hesitation, to send it forth upon the wide waters of public opinion. What to say about it I really know not. Rough and ready, there it is just as I wrote it, sometimes after a day's toil, and sometimes after many days' cessation from it, when the mind, *vearied and distressed about other things, resorted to the pen for relief. No elegance of language nor polished style must be expected. I have merely given expression to a series of facts and feelings, and perhaps have troubled the reader with too many of them. If so, I must plead in excuse that my heart was, is, and always will be most deeply interested in the cause which led to our voyage.< Less
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