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Introduction to Social Solipsism By Jack Dunietz
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Do I exist, God? confessions of a self-taught philosopher By J. P.W. Hale
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This is a work of fiction tied in with some poetic work that posits nihilism and solipsism.
not today I'm dying By Joshua P. Hale, J. P.W. Hale
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This work is a a story with prose on nihilism and solipsism. In this revised edition, I have stressed their meaning in an abstract way of my true illusion of a perpetual reality that I deem plausible.
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"Nothing exists; even if something does exist, nothing can be known about it; and even if something can be known about it, knowledge about it can't be communicated." Descartes theorized... More > that it's impossible to prove that the external world actually exists. For Leo Gorgias, Descartes' words might prove to more than just a theory. Leo struggles to come to terms with himself, his love life, and suicide--but, he may find out that there isn't much to come to terms with after all.< Less
Coco Macaque By Tom Bradshaw
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A group of characters go on a philosophical journey to find the end of the world. When they get there they discover a bigger intellectual puzzle than they set out to find.
Coco Macaque By Tom Bradshaw
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A group of characters go on a philosophical journey to find the end of the world. When they get there they discover a bigger intellectual puzzle than they set out to find.
Daydream By Sean Thompson
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Taiven Prower is a young college student with girl troubles, financial troubles, and an average life. His dreams of something more exciting become more true than he could ever wish when the world... More > itself suddenly starts to bend and shift according to the whims of people's own imaginations. Caught in ever shifting world full of unknown danger and bizarre circumstances Taiven must face both the challenge of surviving and the ultimate question: What would you do, with ultimate power?< Less
The Night Poet By Robert N. Story
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There is a fine line between sanity and madness... When five-year-old Viktor Szabo flees the hovoc being wreaked upon his beloved Hungary by the Nazis, his father vows that his son will no longer... More > have to suffer the cruel cycle of Fascism and Communism which has visited his homeland for decades. But his father's promise cannot save Viktor from the mind-bending ravages of a visitor that comes to him in the night...plunging him into a maelstrom of doubt about everything he has ever believed. Take Viktor's hand, and journey with him from Budapest to Lisbon, and then across the sea to America. Stay close to him as you watch him blossom into adulthood, because very soon, he'll need you more than ever as you both walk that thin line which will ultimately lead you both... to the Truth!< Less
The Inferno By Henri Barbusse
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A brilliant examination of the philosophy of solipsism, which is the idea that knowledge outside of one's own mind is essentially unobtainable. Solipsism conjectures that the external world and the... More > minds of other people can never be known to truly exist. The narrative follows an unnamed man who by cutting a hole in his room gains a view to the outside world. He voyeuristically bears witness to the full breadth of human experience and emotion. He witnesses love, death, adultery, and birth and considers the philosophical implications of all that he sees. Considered by some as a shocking work of voyeurism when it first appeared, The Inferno is in fact a profound examination of the philosophy of solipsism.< Less