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NPA 18 Proceedings By Natural Philosophy Alliance
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Papers from the 18th Annual Natural Philosophy Alliance which challenge mainstream physics and cosmology.
The Philosophy of Nature By Michael J. Dodds, O.P.
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The theories and discoveries of contemporary science, from physics and cosmology to chemistry and biology, point to the need for a philosophy of nature. Science continues to raise questions that... More > exceed the limits of its method. It notices, for instance, a holistic behavior in atoms, molecules and organisms that cannot be explained by a quantitative, reductionistic account of their parts. It finds purpose in biological structures that suggests the presence of a mode of causality beyond quantitative force. In fact, the questions of contemporary science invite a retrieval of aspects of causality that were ignored or rejected in the scientific revolution of Galileo and Newton. This book contributes to that work of retrieval by exploring the account of nature and causality in the philosophy of Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas, not as an historical curiosity, but as a possible resource in addressing the questions of contemporary science through a new philosophy of nature.< Less
The Philosophy of Nature By Michael J. Dodds
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The theories and discoveries of contemporary science, from physics and cosmology to chemistry and biology, point to the need for a philosophy of nature. Science continues to raise questions that... More > exceed the limits of its method. It notices, for instance, a holistic behavior in atoms, molecules and organisms that cannot be explained by a quantitative, reductionistic account of their parts. It finds purpose in biological structures that suggests the presence of a mode of causality beyond quantitative force. In fact, the questions of contemporary science invite a retrieval of aspects of causality that were ignored or rejected in the scientific revolution of Galileo and Newton. This book contributes to that work of retrieval by exploring the account of nature and causality in the philosophy of Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas, not as an historical curiosity, but as a possible resource in addressing the questions of contemporary science through a new philosophy of nature.< Less
Nature and Naturalism: A Philosophy Primer By Joseph Hartman
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This guide to thinking clearly and tolerantly compares naturalism with skepticism, dogmatism and common sense. Empirical and non-empirical ideas are examined. Imagination, pragmatism and science... More > are extolled. Nature is posited. Uncertainty in knowledge and decision-making is recognized. Degrees of intolerance in dogmatic ideologies are discussed. Tolerance, exploration and education are encouraged.< Less
The Art of Nature: The Two Philosophies By Caroline P Swain (Editor)
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The two natures of man, presented through a selection of quotations, from literary figures and from local people of Oxfordshire and environs
The Natural Philosophy of Love By Remy de Gourmont
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The Natural Philosophy of Love is the second studio album by American experimental band Amber Asylum. The album was released on May 20, 1997 through Release Records and Relapse Records. Excerpt from:... More > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Natural_Philosophy_of_Love Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Remy de Gourmont (April 4, 1858 – September 27, 1915) was a French Symbolist poet, novelist, and influential critic. He was widely read in his era, and an important influence on Blaise Cendrars and Georges Bataille. The spelling Rémy de Gourmont is incorrect, albeit common and used by Ezra Pound in translations of his work.De Gourmont was born at Bazoches-au-Houlme, Orne, into a publishing family from Cotentin. He was the son of Count Auguste-Marie de Gourmont and his countess, born Mathilde de Montfort. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remy_de_Gourmont< Less
The Philosophy of Natural Therapeutics By Dr. Henry Lindlahr
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The foundation work on Alternative Medical Philosophy! Dr. Lindlahr while considered a Naturopath by Lust, considered himself a Drugless Medicine Practitioner. This book gives an excellent... More > presentation of the Philosophy which underlies all true natural medical practic.< Less
The Philosophy of Natural Therapeutics By Dr. Henry Lindlahr
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The foundation work on Alternative Medical Philosophy! Dr. Lindlahr while considered a Naturopath by Lust, considered himself a Drugless Medicine Practitioner. This book gives an excellent... More > presentation of the Philosophy which underlies all true natural medical practic.< Less
The Nature and Danger of Infidel Philosophy By Timothy Dwight
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During troubled times at Yale University, then president Timothy Dwight saw his students drawn to the radical republicanism and “infidel philosophy” of the French Revolution; including... More > the philosophies of Hume, Hobbes, Tindal, Lords Shaftesbury & Bolingbroke and other so called philosophers. Between 1797 and 1800, Dwight frequently warned audiences against the threats of this “infidel philosophy” in America. An address to the candidates for the baccalaureate in Yale College called "The Nature and Danger of Infidel Philosophy, Exhibited in Two Discourses, Addressed to the Candidates for the Baccalaureate, In Yale College" was delivered on September 9, 1797. It was published by George Bunce in 1798. This reprint is taken word for word from an original printing held in the archives at A. Webb Roberts Library, Fort Worth, Texas.< Less
The Nature and Danger of Infidel Philosophy By Timothy Dwight
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During troubled times at Yale University, then president Timothy Dwight saw his students drawn to the radical republicanism and “infidel philosophy” of the French Revolution; including... More > the philosophies of Hume, Hobbes, Tindal, Lords Shaftesbury & Bolingbroke and other so called philosophers. Between 1797 and 1800, Dwight frequently warned audiences against the threats of this “infidel philosophy” in America. An address to the candidates for the baccalaureate in Yale College called "The Nature and Danger of Infidel Philosophy, Exhibited in Two Discourses, Addressed to the Candidates for the Baccalaureate, In Yale College" was delivered on September 9, 1797. It was published by George Bunce in 1798. This reprint is taken word for word from an original printing held in the archives at A. Webb Roberts Library, Fort Worth, Texas.< Less