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On Divination in Sleep, or On Prophesying by Dreams By Aristotle
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A text by Aristotle in which he discusses precognitive dreams. The treatise, one of the Parva Naturalia, is an early inquiry (perhaps the first formal one) into this phenomenon. In his consideration... More > of such dreams, Aristotle argues that, although "the sender of such dreams should be God," it is nonetheless the case "that those to whom he sends them are not the best and wisest, but merely commonplace persons".< Less
The Bear With Big Feet By Sharad Patel et al.
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The legendary tail, I mean tale, of a bear who learns that to be accepted by his peers, it takes good communication on both sides, being helpful in his unique way, and bathing. This book was... More > authored as a kids' collaborative group project.< Less
COM 362 Topic 1 Discussions GCU By james joe
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COM 362 Topic 1 Discussions GCU COM 362 Topic 1 DQ 1 Aristotle described argumentation as the following: “For to a certain extent all men attempt to discuss statements and to maintain them, to... More > defend themselves, and to attack others.” Aristotle’s description of argumentation represents his view of how argumentation is a part of who we are as human beings. Do you agree or disagree with Aristotle’s viewpoint? Explain why. How has his viewpoint played a significant role in the historical development of argumentation?< Less
COM 362 Full Course Discussions GCU By james joe
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COM 362 Full Course Discussions GCU COM 362 Topic 1 DQ 1 Aristotle described argumentation as the following: “For to a certain extent all men attempt to discuss statements and to maintain them,... More > to defend themselves, and to attack others.” Aristotle’s description of argumentation represents his view of how argumentation is a part of who we are as human beings. Do you agree or disagree with Aristotle’s viewpoint? Explain why. How has his viewpoint played a significant role in the historical development of argumentation?< Less
Authentic Communication: 20 Concrete Practices to Enhance Your Communication and Joy By Kedren Crosby & Sarah Colantonio
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Communication is the make or break factor for leaders, teams and organizations. In this behavior-changing workplace workbook, Work Wisdom delivers twenty concrete practices to help you and your team... More > win with efficiency, creativity, psychological safety and joy.< Less
Angelism: The Religion of Angels By Jack Tanner
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Are you more than human? Are you in fact an angel trapped in a body? Do you have latent angelic powers that could transform your life? Can you escape from the physical plane? Scientism says matter is... More > primary and mind secondary. Angelism says the opposite. The fundamental reality is one of mind, and matter is the collective projection of all minds via mathematical holography. The philosophical background to Angelism is provided by Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas, Descartes and Leibniz. Leibniz's Monadology is the ultimate expression of Angelism. It asserts that the whole universe is made of angels and their thoughts. Isn't it time to accept the reality of angels? Isn't it time to undergo your angelic metamorphosis? Are you afraid to become what you truly are? "We are each of us angels with only one wing, and we can only fly by embracing one another." - Luciano De Crescenzo< Less
COM 362 Argumentation and Advocacy GCU By james joe
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COM 362 Argumentation and Advocacy GCU COM 362 Full Course Discussions GCU COM 362 Topic 1 DQ 1 Aristotle described argumentation as the following: “For to a certain extent all men attempt to... More > discuss statements and to maintain them, to defend themselves, and to attack others.” Aristotle’s description of argumentation represents his view of how argumentation is a part of who we are as human beings. Do you agree or disagree with Aristotle’s viewpoint? Explain why. How has his viewpoint played a significant role in the historical development of argumentation?< Less
ETHC 445 Principles of Ethics Full Course DeVry By james joe
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ETHC 445 Week 1 Ethics and Aristotle DeVry ETHC 445 Week 1 Discussion Each week, you are provided with possible topics for discussion and a third area to reflect on collaborations and progress you... More > make as a group, in teams, or in partnerships. This week, you are required to work on a meaningful introduction. The topics on Group Think, and Formal Study of Ethics are< Less
ETHC 445 Week 1 Complete DeVry By james joe
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ETHC 445 Week 1 Ethics and Aristotle DeVry ETHC 445 Week 1 Discussion Each week, you are provided with possible topics for discussion and a third area to reflect on collaborations and progress you... More > make as a group, in teams, or in partnerships. This week, you are required to work on a meaningful introduction. The topics on Group Think, and Formal Study of Ethics are optional—you may interact in one, or the other, or both. You should work in teams or with partners< Less
Therapeutic Philosophy For The Individual And The State By Andreas Sofroniou
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Therapeutic philosophy has been with us since the times of the olden. As such, this book includes the ideas of Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Hume, Burke, Hegel, Bentham,... More > Mill, Marx, and other philosophers in contemporary therapies. The logic expressed by these and other philosophers can only assist in the understanding of human behaviour and in cases where necessary, the way in which philosophy can contribute to the treatment of the individual. Put in an alternative way. A person carries his/her own philosophical ideals and talks of his/her own beliefs, rights, religion, norms, and political philosophy. Further on, an individual (therapist, patient or client and reader) may follow the teachings of any one or more of the great philosophers.< Less

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