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Loki's Way: Essays and Musings By Wulf Grimsson
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A series of essays on aspects of Loki's Way. These essays include Philosophy, Heathen Thinking and Practise, Sexuality, Sorcery (theory and practise) and lots more. This is a challenging series of... More > papers which will not only inform but encourage debate and discussion.< Less
HUM 112 Week 9 Quiz 8 STR By james joe
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Quiz 8 Question 1 What was an implication of Freud’s theory of infantile sexuality? Question 2 Why did some early twentieth-century writers embrace stream of consciousness?
"Depressed & Having Sex With '1000' Naive, College Educated, $10 Drug Addicted Whores!" - "Is Sigmund Freud Still Right In the 21st Century!" By Darrell Candice Christopher
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I had read & studied some of Dr. SIGMUND FREUD’s psychological theories when I was in college. But I didn’t totally believe in what he had said about some of the real, true... More > underlying causes of depression, neurotic obsessive-compulsive human behaviors & addictions. While I was in school, I hadn’t seen any direct examples of his teachings in my community so I couldn’t totally accept what he had been saying. Then, one day, later in my own mentally troubled life, I found out that, unfortunately,“I am one of his examples!” This highly enlightening, extremely informative & very stimulating book is a real, true, nonfiction story that will actually show you how suffering from Childhood Trauma, PTSD & Depression or the “Abuse Syndrome,” “unconsciously” forced me to live the needy, codependent, obsessive-compulsive, dangerous & crazy life of a real “SEXUAL-LOVE ADDICT!!!”< Less
The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex - Volume II By Charles Darwin M.A. F.R.S.
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WITH ILLUSTRATIONS & BIOGRAPHY The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex is a book on evolutionary theory by English naturalist Charles Darwin, first published in 1871. It was... More > Darwin's second book on evolutionary theory, following his 1859 work, On The Origin of Species. In The Descent of Man, Darwin applies evolutionary theory to human evolution, and details his theory of sexual selection. The book discusses many related issues, including evolutionary psychology, evolutionary ethics, differences between human races, differences between sexes, the dominant role of women in choosing mating partners, and the relevance of the evolutionary theory to society.< Less
The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex - Volume I By Charles Darwin, M.A., F.R.S.
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WITH ILLUSTRATIONS & BIOGRAPHY The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex is a book on evolutionary theory by English naturalist Charles Darwin, first published in 1871. It was... More > Darwin's second book on evolutionary theory, following his 1859 work, On The Origin of Species. In The Descent of Man, Darwin applies evolutionary theory to human evolution, and details his theory of sexual selection. The book discusses many related issues, including evolutionary psychology, evolutionary ethics, differences between human races, differences between sexes, the dominant role of women in choosing mating partners, and the relevance of the evolutionary theory to society.< Less
Like Dragons Did They Fight By Maurice W. Harker & Lucas J. Reynolds
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This book bravely bridges the gap between the Spiritual and the Temporal (physical) factors of addiction and addiction recovery. It pulls the essential elements of many psychological theories and... More > fits them into an eternal paradigm as can only be seen through the eyes of those who are inspired by God. The reader will be taken on a journey from seeing the battle from high in the heavens down to the gritty and sweaty clashing of swords a warrior must experience day to day. We live in a time when many are in bondage before they are aware that there is a war. As with many examples in world history, one cannot get out of bondage with just will power and thought control. Warriors must be trained, and then trained some more, in the classroom and on the field. They must learn, that in order to escape the bondage they find themselves in, as did warriors thousands of years before: Like Dragons Did They Fight!< Less
Jesus and Mary Magdalene: a love story By M.P. Burns
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Forget Dan Brown, this is very probably the REAL story, and it's more beautiful than you could imagine. In this book, the author attempts to tell the story of Jesus and Mary in the first person,... More > hoping thereby to enter their minds to some degree. Jesus, as well as being the Eternal Word of God, is seen as being completely human, "like us in all things except sin" as St Paul puts it. The implication is that besides experiencing weakness, limitation and even ignorance, he must have been a fully integrated sexual being, with his sexuality playing a decisive part in his psychology. In accordance with the theory advanced by Ramon K. Jusino in his article "Mary Magdalen - author of the fourth Gospel?" Mary is seen as the mysterious "disciple whom Jesus loved" who features prominently in the fourth Gospel. Their relationship is explored with what is hoped is openness and honesty. The work is itself fictional, but follows closely the Gospel narratives. The generous preview gives a good taste of the book.< Less
Jesus and Mary Magdalene: a love story By M.P. Burns
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Forget Dan Brown, this is very probably the REAL story, and it's more beautiful than you could imagine. In this book, the author attempts to tell the story of Jesus and Mary in the first person,... More > hoping thereby to enter their minds to some degree. Jesus, as well as being the Eternal Word of God, is seen as being completely human, "like us in all things except sin" as St Paul puts it. The implication is that besides experiencing weakness, limitation and even ignorance, he must have been a fully integrated sexual being, with his sexuality playing a decisive part in his psychology. In accordance with the theory advanced by Ramon K. Jusino in his article "Mary Magdalen - author of the fourth Gospel?" Mary is seen as the mysterious "disciple whom Jesus loved" who features prominently in the fourth Gospel. Their relationship is explored with what is hoped is openness and honesty. The work is itself fictional, but follows closely the Gospel narratives. The generous preview gives a good taste of the book.< Less
Human Nature: Pacifism, Hostilities, Wars By Andreas Sofroniou
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Human nature is in abundance of fundamental dispositions and traits. Theories about the nature of humankind form a part of every culture. One traditional question centred on whether humans are... More > naturally selfish and competitive. Philosophers have tried to explain human nature in its ability to behave morally and yet selfish enough to compete for more. A broader problem is that of determining which ostensibly fundamental human dispositions and traits are natural and which are the result of some form of learning or socialization. Recent research in genetics, evolutionary biology, and cultural anthropology suggests that there is a complex interaction between genetically inherited factors and developmental and social factors. Language use by humans is now generally recognized as genetically enabled, though the acquisition of any specific language also requires appropriate environmental stimuli. Behavioural differences between genders also appear to have a genetic basis, as does sexual orientation.< Less
Human Nature: Pacifism, Hostilities, Wars By Andreas Sofroniou
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Human nature is in abundance of fundamental dispositions and traits. Theories about the nature of humankind form a part of every culture. One traditional question centred on whether humans are... More > naturally selfish and competitive. Philosophers have tried to explain human nature in its ability to behave morally and yet selfish enough to compete for more. A broader problem is that of determining which ostensibly fundamental human dispositions and traits are natural and which are the result of some form of learning or socialization. Recent research in genetics, evolutionary biology, and cultural anthropology suggests that there is a complex interaction between genetically inherited factors and developmental and social factors. Language use by humans is now generally recognized as genetically enabled, though the acquisition of any specific language also requires appropriate environmental stimuli. Behavioural differences between genders also appear to have a genetic basis, as does sexual orientation.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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