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Dualism By HUBIE
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We hear the music inside of us, those original sounds which once facetted the changes of Dualism, without dreaming of that it now is the time to print it. In Swedish: Vi hör alla musiken... More > inombords, dessa ljud och sensuella rörelser, som en gång föddes i varje människa - utan vetskap om att de nu är dags att födas och ges ut till alla.< Less
Dualism By HUBIE
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We hear the music inside of us, those original sounds which once facetted the changes of Dualism, without dreaming of that it now is the time to print it. In Swedish: Vi hör alla musiken... More > inombords, dessa ljud och sensuella rörelser, som en gång föddes i varje människa - utan vetskap om att de nu är dags att födas och ges ut till alla.< Less
Dueling with Dualism the forlorn quest for the immaterial mind By Michael Spenard
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Dueling with Dualism takes up the commonplace understanding of man’s mind as having a distinct mode of existence outside of physical space and corporeal bodies: the infamous notion of... More > “mind-body duality.” In this brisk and lucid work Spenard lays forth a historical account and cumulative critique against the intuitive conception of the mind, as separate from the brain, by bearing out fully the consequences and implications of this notion. In challenging the reader from the opening—“What is it that your name names?”—Dueling with Dualism gives to the reader what all philosophy should: a renewed interest in how we conceive of ourselves by looking to the ideas of past, reconciling them with the present and pointing to a future “conceptual topography.”< Less
Dueling with Dualism the forlorn quest for the immaterial mind By Michael Spenard
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Dueling with Dualism takes up the commonplace understanding of man’s mind as having a distinct mode of existence outside of physical space and corporeal bodies: the infamous notion of... More > “mind-body duality.” In this brisk and lucid work Spenard lays forth a historical account and cumulative critique against the intuitive conception of the mind, as separate from the brain, by bearing out fully the consequences and implications of this notion. In challenging the reader from the opening—“What is it that your name names?”—Dueling with Dualism gives to the reader what all philosophy should: a renewed interest in how we conceive of ourselves by looking to the ideas of past, reconciling them with the present and pointing to a future “conceptual topography.”< Less
Dueling with Dualism the forlorn quest for the immaterial mind By Michael Spenard
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Dueling with Dualism takes up the commonplace understanding of man’s mind as having a distinct mode of existence outside of physical space and corporeal bodies: the infamous notion of... More > “mind-body duality.” In this brisk and lucid work Spenard lays forth a historical account and cumulative critique against the intuitive conception of the mind, as separate from the brain, by bearing out fully the consequences and implications of this notion. In challenging the reader from the opening—“What is it that your name names?”—Dueling with Dualism gives to the reader what all philosophy should: a renewed interest in how we conceive of ourselves by looking to the ideas of past, reconciling them with the present and pointing to a future “conceptual topography.”< Less
Dueling with Dualism the forlorn quest for the immaterial mind By Michael Spenard
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Dueling with Dualism takes up the commonplace understanding of man’s mind as having a distinct mode of existence outside of physical space and corporeal bodies: the infamous notion of... More > “mind-body duality.” In this brisk and lucid work Spenard lays forth a historical account and cumulative critique against the intuitive conception of the mind, as separate from the brain, by bearing out fully the consequences and implications of this notion. In challenging the reader from the opening—“What is it that your name names?”—Dueling with Dualism gives to the reader what all philosophy should: a renewed interest in how we conceive of ourselves by looking to the ideas of past, reconciling them with the present and pointing to a future “conceptual topography.”< Less
Volume 6258, Social balance theory --- Social dualism By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 6258, Social balance theory---Social dualism Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman... More > scale of big data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
The Dualist Manifesto By Suparna Kudesia, Daniel Reinholz
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Economic dualism is an economic theory based on the premise that all individuals should be able to fulfill their needs through non-exploitative processes. Dualism is not utopian in that it neither... More > purports to nor intends to solve all problems. Furthermore, it is a structure in which individuals can only benefit proportionally to the effort they input. Nevertheless, it is a structure in which individuals can fulfill their needs in the absence of exploitation, and it provides all of the freedoms that capitalist markets only purport to provide.< Less
The Dualist Manifesto By Suparna Kudesia, Daniel Reinholz
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Economic dualism is an economic theory based on the premise that all individuals should be able to fulfill their needs through non-exploitative processes. Dualism is not utopian in that it neither... More > purports to nor intends to solve all problems. Furthermore, it is a structure in which individuals can only benefit proportionally to the effort they input. Nevertheless, it is a structure in which individuals can fulfill their needs in the absence of exploitation, and it provides all of the freedoms that capitalist markets only purport to provide.< Less
The Existential Dimension of Beliefs By Richard A. Sandlin
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An exercise in philosophical theology, this essay employs creational, biblical and Christic truths in shedding light on the inseparability of faith and works in the Christian life.