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Sexual Paradox: Complementarity, Reproductive Conflict and Human Emergence By Chris King & Christine Fielder
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Unlocks the keys to the paradox of how sexual selection fertilized the explosion of culture, and the resulting fallout, in sexual dominion of man over woman and nature. How sexuality generates the... More > universe, through symmetry-broken complementarity. The implicit conflict of interests of sexual intrigue, in the prisoners' dilemma, and its ecstatic resolution in the cosmology of love. Sexual dominance as a koan for planetary crises. 560 pages containing 270 illustrations.< Less
The Evolution of Culture By Augustus Henry et al.
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In This important book & These Essays, or rather Lectures, contain the first-fruits of the earliest systematic attempt to apply the theory of Evolution to the products of human handiwork. In... More > their original form they have long been difficult to obtain; they are reprinted now to supply the needs of candidates for the Oxford Diploma in Anthropology, and of the numerous visitors to the Pitt-Rivers Museum in Oxford. But they will certainly appeal to a far wider public also, as a brief and authentic statement of their author’s discoveries. The four Essays are reprinted substantially as they were first delivered and published. But verbal errors and actual misquotations have been corrected; and allusions to specimens or diagrams exhibited during the original discourses, but not published, have been replaced so far as possible by references to similar objects figured in the Plates. The Plates are photographic reproductions of the original illustrations, from a faded original; have been translated original texts.< Less
The Evolution of the Messianic Idea By W. O. E. Oesterley
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The Evolution of the Messianic Idea : a Study in Comparative Religion / by W.O.E.(William Oscar Emil) Oesterley. CONTENTS include: Part 1: The Antecedents of the Messianic Idea: Introduction--The... More > Earliest Forms of Myth Due to Elemental Characteristics in Man--Floating Myth-Material was used by Old Testament Writers and Adapted to Higher Teaching--The "Tehom-Myth" Among the Hebrews, Other Peoples, and Extensions--The "Jahwe-Myth", Helbringer among Other Peoples--The "Paradise Myth", among Other Peoples. Part 2: Some examples of Adaptation and Development: Summary--Satan--The Messiah--The Messianic Era--Conclusion. Reproduction of 1908 Edition.< Less
The Evolution of the Messianic Idea By W. O. E. Oesterley
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The Evolution of the Messianic Idea : a Study in Comparative Religion / by W.O.E.(William Oscar Emil) Oesterley. CONTENTS include: Part 1: The Antecedents of the Messianic Idea: Introduction--The... More > Earliest Forms of Myth Due to Elemental Characteristics in Man--Floating Myth-Material was used by Old Testament Writers and Adapted to Higher Teaching--The "Tehom-Myth" Among the Hebrews, Other Peoples, and Extensions--The "Jahwe-Myth", Helbringer among Other Peoples--The "Paradise Myth", among Other Peoples. Part 2: Some examples of Adaptation and Development: Summary--Satan--The Messiah--The Messianic Era--Conclusion. Reproduction of 1908 Edition.< Less
The Evolution of the Messianic Idea By W. O. E. Oesterley
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The Evolution of the Messianic Idea : a Study in Comparative Religion / by W.O.E.(William Oscar Emil) Oesterley. CONTENTS include: Part 1: The Antecedents of the Messianic Idea: Introduction--The... More > Earliest Forms of Myth Due to Elemental Characteristics in Man--Floating Myth-Material was used by Old Testament Writers and Adapted to Higher Teaching--The "Tehom-Myth" Among the Hebrews, Other Peoples, and Extensions--The "Jahwe-Myth", Helbringer among Other Peoples--The "Paradise Myth", among Other Peoples. Part 2: Some examples of Adaptation and Development: Summary--Satan--The Messiah--The Messianic Era--Conclusion. Reproduction of 1908 Edition.< Less
The Machinery of the Mind: The Evolution of Human Instincts, and the Treatment of Disorders via Psychology (Hardcover) By Violet M. Firth
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Violet Mary Firth, also known as Dion Fortune, explores how our minds operate and interact with visual and other stimuli. To detail her subject, Firth draws upon both her immense understanding of... More > the brain's workings in the scientific schema, as well as through her affiliation with occult spiritualism and realms beyond our own. This multi-faceted approach, together with the author's lively and engaging style, makes for an excellent primer upon human perceptions, and the upper and lower functions of mind. Other subjects of interest include the response of the mind to scenarios demanding instinctive reaction, its sexual and reproductive impulses, its ability to dissociate itself from reality, and the various characteristics of dreams. Treatments of the early 20th century - Firth originally published this work in 1922 - range from hypnosis, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and the use of suggestion and autosuggestion upon patients.< Less
The Machinery of the Mind: The Evolution of Human Instincts, and the Treatment of Disorders via Psychology By Violet M. Firth
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Violet Mary Firth, also known as Dion Fortune, explores how our minds operate and interact with visual and other stimuli. To detail her subject, Firth draws upon both her immense understanding of... More > the brain's workings in the scientific schema, as well as through her affiliation with occult spiritualism and realms beyond our own. This multi-faceted approach, together with the author's lively and engaging style, makes for an excellent primer upon human perceptions, and the upper and lower functions of mind. Other subjects of interest include the response of the mind to scenarios demanding instinctive reaction, its sexual and reproductive impulses, its ability to dissociate itself from reality, and the various characteristics of dreams. Treatments of the early 20th century - Firth originally published this work in 1922 - range from hypnosis, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and the use of suggestion and autosuggestion upon patients.< Less
O Brave New Eve: Genetic Fantasy By Donald L. Kaufmann
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This novel ironically explores the demise of maternal instinct through DNA-inspired altered human reproduction. Human birthing is spliced from the uterus and the maternal mind. Future Mother provides... More > the egg and evolving biomedical engineering does the rest. A dramatic benefit of the process will be a permanent amnesia of the birth itself. No more nine-month discomfort, unsightly bulges, water retention, messy labor, or later responsibility because there is no memory of having given birth. Doctor Victor’s altered Eve can eat all the apples she wants.< Less
O Brave New Eve: Genetic Fantasy By Donald L. Kaufmann
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This novel ironically explores the demise of maternal instinct through DNA-inspired altered human reproduction. Human birthing is spliced from the uterus and the maternal mind. Future Mother provides... More > the egg and evolving biomedical engineering does the rest. A dramatic benefit of the process will be a permanent amnesia of the birth itself. No more nine-month discomfort, unsightly bulges, water retention, messy labor, or later responsibility because there is no memory of having given birth. Doctor Victor’s altered Eve can eat all the apples she wants.< Less
O Brave New Eve: Genetic Fantasy By Donald L. Kaufmann
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This novel ironically explores the demise of maternal instinct through DNA-inspired altered human reproduction. Human birthing is spliced from the uterus and the maternal mind. Future Mother provides... More > the egg and evolving biomedical engineering does the rest. A dramatic benefit of the process will be a permanent amnesia of the birth itself. No more nine-month discomfort, unsightly bulges, water retention, messy labor, or later responsibility because there is no memory of having given birth. Doctor Victor’s altered Eve can eat all the apples she wants. “Doctor Munch was much beloved. This she craved because she was a ‘born orphan,’ which was her quirky way of saying that her parentage was unknown. She had never forgotten being deprived of parental bonding and she had compensated by seeking love by giving it, openly and professionally. This was her work ethic and she gave herself to it, utterly.”< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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