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THE BEHAVIOR OF CROWDS A Psychological Study By Everett Dean Martin
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CONTENTS: The Crowd and the Social Problem of To-day - How Crowds Are Formed - The Crowd and the Unconscious - The Egoism of the Crowd-Mind. The Crowd a Creature of Hate - The Absolutism of the... More > Crowd-Mind - The Psychology of Revolutionary Crowds - The Fruits of Revolution, New Crowd Tyrannies for Old - Freedom and Government by Crowds - Education as a Possible Cure for Crowd Thinking< Less
Dolor del Dólar By Mónica Oliva
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A research of money in the time of the awakening of the “homo economicus” based on conscious egoism. There is an imbalance between economy and culture in that finances have taken the... More > lead, growing stronger since the 2008 crisis. The present work examines the symptomatological-historical meaning of the change from barter economy to monetary economy to credit economy in which debt, with its complex processes of interests, becomes money. The so-called “debt-cracy” does not live in the present but is instead the indebting of all future human beings. It advances parallel to uncontrolled human egoism and the fight to penetrate into the unconscious level of the human will which socially corresponds to the realm of economy. At the same time the crisis furthers an awakening – of course at different levels of consciousness – to observe the actions of evil in our times. The ideas of Rudolf Steiner's threefold social organism and the “New Social Order” provide a ground for the search for a healthier social life.< Less
Vera By Elisabeth Von Arnim
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Vera is a darkly comic story about Lucy Entwhistle and Everard Wemyss. Both have recently lost someone close to them as the first chapter opens. They meet and at once believe they have found a soul... More > mate in each other. As their relationship progresses we come to understand more of each character's past. Most importantly we learn about Wemyss' late wife, Vera. What at first appears to be a different and quirky romance turns out to be an indictment of egoism and dominance in relationships.< Less
From My Life By Hubert Kennedy
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This is the frank, unvarnished biography of an unlikely polymath. Alas, the story ends just as his life begins to show promise. But what is here is surprisingly entertaining, with intriguing hints of... More > what-might-have-been. In it we see the well-known progression from an idealistic youth through painful frustrations to a realistic maturity—in this case ending with the dawning of a final satisfying egoism. There are numerous illustrations.< Less
From My Life By Hubert Kennedy
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This is the frank, unvarnished biography of an unlikely polymath. Alas, the story ends just as his life begins to show promise. But what is here is surprisingly entertaining, with intriguing hints of... More > what-might-have-been. In it we see the well-known progression from an idealistic youth through painful frustrations to a realistic maturity—in this case ending with the dawning of a final satisfying egoism. There are numerous illustrations.< Less
Philosophy and Other Bad Habits By Richard Van Ingram
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Accompany philosopher Richard Van Ingram in a dynamic exploration of what it means to truly be an individual in 21st c. America – learn to recognize false concepts of individuality such as... More > subjectivism, solipsism, and egoism through a series of short popular essays, meditations, satires, political cartoons, and illustrations. Ingram is no Philosopher King, but he may yet turn out to be the Fool in the Philosopher King’s Court. Dare to think on your own – and smile while doing it!< Less
North & South By Elizabeth Gaskell
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North and South is the second social novel and the fourth overall by English writer Elizabeth Gaskell. With Wives and Daughters (1865) and Cranford (1853), it is one of Elizabeth Gaskell's best known... More > novels and a television adaptation North & South, broadcast at the end of 2004, renewed interest and gained it a wider audience. Her first novel Mary Barton (1848), already dealt with relations between employers and workers, but its narrative adopted the view of the working poor and described the "misery and hateful passions caused by the love of pursuing wealth as well as the egoism, thoughtlessness and insensitivity of manufacturers." In North and South Elizabeth Gaskell returns to the precarious situation of workers and their relations with industrialists, but in a more balanced manner by focusing more on the thinking and perspective of the employers.< Less
Aptavani-14 Part-1 (Gujarati) By Dada Bhagwan
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The book presented here reveals the properties of the Self and identifies the problems because of which we are unable to realize the Self. The book is divided into two subparts: Part 1 This part... More > discusses which are the six eternal elements of the universe, the cause of rise of visheshbhav (“I”) and egoism. The soul remains in its original form but a separate identity (“I”) gets evolved due to pressure of scientific circumstantial evidences and self ignorance. “I“ is the first level of separate identity and “ego” is the second level. Wrong beliefs such as “I am Chandu (reader should use his own name)”, “I am the doer” arise and consequently anger, pride, lust and greed develops out of such wrong beliefs. ”I am Chandu” this belief is the cause of all sorrow .Once this belief goes away there is no sorrow.< Less
Aptavani-14 Part-1 (In Hindi) By Dada Bhagwan
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The book presented here reveals the properties of the Self and identifies the problems because of which we are unable to realize the Self. The book is divided into two subparts: Part 1 This part... More > discusses which are the six eternal elements of the universe, the cause of rise of visheshbhav (“I”) and egoism. The soul remains in its original form but a separate identity (“I”) gets evolved due to pressure of scientific circumstantial evidences and self ignorance. “I“ is the first level of separate identity and “ego” is the second level. Wrong beliefs such as “I am Chandu (reader should use his own name)”, “I am the doer” arise and consequently anger, pride, lust and greed develops out of such wrong beliefs. ”I am Chandu” this belief is the cause of all sorrow .Once this belief goes away there is no sorrow.< Less
Aptavani-14 Part-2 (Gujarati) By Dada Bhagwan
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The book presented here reveals the properties of the Self and identifies the problems because of which we are unable to realize the Self. The book is divided into two subparts: Part 2 This part... More > discusses the six elements (soul, matter, gatisahayak, sthitisahayak ,kaal and akash) in details and how the whole world is a combination of these elements, and explains the characteristics of matter, property and paryay of soul. “I am Chandu” is the cause of life and “I am soul” gives liberation.< Less

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