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Highly Sensitive - 27 reasons to love it! By Ihrén Abrahamsson
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Being Highly Sensitive can be either a blessing or a curse, depending on how you look at it. For the last few years I have come to love the sensitivity that once in my life was a big problem. If you... More > experience you sensitivity as a challenge this book will give you some good tips that will help you start to love it.< Less
The Nature of Law By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues that Law is it's own discipline and is based primarily upon reason and intuition.
The Nature of Law By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues that Law is it's own discipline and is based primarily upon reason and intuition.
EXPLORATION OF DECISION MAKING AMONG CHILD WELFARE SOCIAL WORKERS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA By Dr. Anne M. Clayton
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A Doctoral dissertation studying the lived experience of decision making by child welfare social workers in British Columbia, Canada. Through personal interviews with eight social workers currently... More > employed by the province of British Columbia, who each had more than ten years of experience, information was collected about decision making in both crisis and non-crisis situations. The participants revealed that, contrary to the literature, they used intuition based on their experience and expertise in the field of social work as a supplement to rational decision-making processes in both situations. This has implications for future research and for social work leadership. The field of social work has been moving towards decision aids and structured decision-making tools in an attempt to standardize social work decision- making. The role of intuition based on practice experience needs to be addressed by research on decision making and the practice of child welfare social work.< Less
Spinoza in the light of spiritual development By Toon van Eijk
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The famous Dutch philosopher Baruch de Spinoza (1632-1677) is difficult to comprehend. Emeritus professor Maarten van Buuren published two books on Spinoza in 2016, in which he analyses his... More > philosophy in a meticulous and enlightening way. A number of key concepts in Spinoza's philosophy are the immanent, nature-inhabiting God, self-determination, freedom, power, reason, intuition and self-appropriation. In this book these key concepts are discussed based on the analysis of Van Buuren and the philosophy of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of the Transcendental Meditation(TM) technique. The work of the philosophers Ken Wilber and Otto Duintjer also plays a role in my thinking. Although a thorough analysis of philosophical concepts is important, practical application of these concepts is paramount. Theory and practice should go hand in hand. A synthesis of philosophical reasoning and effective practices for spiritual development is needed. www.toon-van-eijk.nl< Less
Spinoza in the light of spiritual development By Toon van Eijk
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The famous Dutch philosopher Baruch de Spinoza (1632-1677) is difficult to comprehend. Emeritus professor Maarten van Buuren published two books on Spinoza in 2016, in which he analyses Spinoza's... More > philosophy in a meticulous and enlightening way. A number of key concepts in Spinoza's philosophy are: an immanent, nature-inhabiting God, self-determination, freedom, power, reason, intuition and self-appropriation. In this book these key concepts are discussed based on the analysis of Van Buuren and the philosophy of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of the Transcendental Meditation (TM) technique. The work of the philosophers Ken Wilber and Otto Duintjer also plays a role in this book. Although a thorough analysis of philosophical concepts is important, practical application of these concepts is paramount. Theory and practice should go hand in hand. A synthesis of philosophical reasoning and effective practices for spiritual development is needed.< Less
ROUSSEAU ON WILL AND MORALITY By Andreas Sofroniou
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Rousseau was one of the leading figures in the so-called 'Romantic Reaction' which followed the 'Age of Enlightenment'. The latter was the name given to the period from about 1650 till late in the... More > eighteenth century when the leading thinkers of both England and France were inspired by a faith in the power of human reason to achieve a final understanding of the universe and to provide a rational guide for human conduct. It is generally agreed that the central theme of Rousseau's Social Contract - man's loss of his natural liberties in the modern state played no small part in fanning the flames of discontent which culminated in the French Revolution. Rousseau argues that the social contract provides the solution to this fundamental problem. By this he means that a society founded upon a social contract, will provide its members with both the freedom of the state of nature and the advantages of civil law and order.< Less
Rousseau on Will and Morality By Andreas Sofroniou
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Rousseau was one of the leading figures in the so-called 'Romantic Reaction' which followed the 'Age of Enlightenment'. Rousseau’s works bear all the marks of an intensely emotional faith in... More > the truth of the principles which he advocates. This characteristic made his writings highly elective as propaganda, although they are without the careful logic of the rationalists. Thus, it is generally agreed that the central theme of Rousseau's Social Contract - man's loss of his natural liberties in the modern state played no small part in fanning the flames of discontent which culminated in the French Revolution. Rousseau argues that the social contract provides the solution to this fundamental problem. By this he means that a society founded upon a social contract, will provide its members with both the freedom of the state of nature and the advantages of civil law and order.< Less
Essays on Balance: There Is Something Out There. It Is Nothing, Yet, It Is Everything. It Is Eternal. By Richard A. Frank
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Essays on Balance is a collection of thirty-three essays that explores possible answers to that one guiding question: Why is the world the way it is? Split into two parts, it explores first the most... More > fundamental questions about the workings of nature—energy, entropy, time, space, change, life, and the universe—and it investigates them in a way that both laypersons and experts will enjoy reading. In the second part, considerations about human nature are explored as they relate to the self, the collective self, virtue and vice, religion, politics, free will, good and evil, and the concept of God. Approaching these considerations from an innovative worldview, it explains both nature and human nature as an indissoluble whole bound by the universal laws of balance.< Less
A Bunch of Lies By Lucy Rutherford
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Devastated when her daughter Amy is killed by a hit and run driver, Siobhan has to discover the identity of the killer. Despite their best efforts the police have no useful leads other than the... More > intuition of local florist Nina, and who would believe a troubled young woman secretly in love with a gay man, who would stop at nothing to turn him straight? That is, until they find Amy’s diary. A chain of events is set in motion linking lies from the past to the present among members of the local community, and which it seems only another death can stop. In the three weeks since Amy died and her funeral there are a lot of reasons why people are buying flowers, and their perfume doesn’t always mask them. Brighton is famous for its diversity, but even so, the police embark on a witch hunt, while the killer maintains his silence.< Less

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