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Last Human Being By Brian Taylor
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Cole is a powerful young psychic, unknowingly involved in a conspiracy to end a mental war with a mysterious consciousness, taking place within a drug-induced dream. Last Human Being is a science... More > fiction mystery, written and presented as a novella for a film. Praise for Last Human Being: English Professor and Author of Forge, Kevin Macpherson Eckhoff has said, "Fast and shadowy, Last Human Being pits instinct against philosophy. This book, part somnambulist allegory, part speculative psychosomatic thriller, renders shifting dream-scapes in which impassioned characters confront not only one another's fears, but also the haunting vacuity of their own interiors. Fans of MTV’s original Aeon Flux series or George Lucas’s THX 1138 will easily be consumed by the ink—whether electric or chemical—within Brian Taylor’s first novella." For more information please visit www.lasthumanbeing.com< Less
Hyperexistentialism By Brian Taylor
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This collection of Brian C. Taylor's essays from 2012 and 2013 culminates in "the Root of All Evil" about eliminating currency and "Hyperexistentialism" which promises to fold... More > postmodern existentialism into a social norm. There are segments of this work at anti-socialengineering.com but only the book has everything.< Less
No More Suffering Fools By Brian Taylor
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Collected from the works of philosophy and social criticism of Brian C. Taylor from 2006 to 2013, this anthology contains everything of value written so far. This collection also has unpublished... More > works formerly unavailable online or in book form. If you are looking for "everything, in its entirety" this is the collection to get. Uncensored, unedited, all Brian's works, the early stuff, ASE the HMS and everything after it, including Hyperexistentialism.< Less
Last Human Being By Brian Taylor
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"Between fear & love is hope." __________________________________ Cole is a powerful young psychic, unknowingly involved in a conspiracy to end a mental war with a mysterious... More > consciousness, taking place within a drug-induced dream. Last Human Being is a science fiction mystery, written and presented as a novella for a film. Praise for Last Human Being: English Professor and Author of Forge, Kevin Macpherson Eckhoff has said, "Fast and shadowy, Last Human Being pits instinct against philosophy. This book, part somnambulist allegory, part speculative psychosomatic thriller, renders shifting dream-scapes in which impassioned characters confront not only one another's fears, but also the haunting vacuity of their own interiors. Fans of MTV’s original Aeon Flux series or George Lucas’s THX 1138 will easily be consumed by the ink—whether electric or chemical—within Brian Taylor’s first novella." For more information please visit www.lasthumanbeing.com< Less
Last Human Being By Brian Taylor
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Cole is a powerful young psychic, unknowingly involved in a conspiracy to end a mental war with a mysterious consciousness, taking place within a drug-induced dream. -Last Human Being is a science... More > fiction mystery, written and presented as a novella for a film. Praise for Last Human Being: English Professor and Author of Forge, Kevin Macpherson Eckhoff has said, "Fast and shadowy, Last Human Being pits instinct against philosophy. This book, part somnambulist allegory, part speculative psychosomatic thriller, renders shifting dream-scapes in which impassioned characters confront not only one another's fears, but also the haunting vacuity of their own interiors. Fans of MTV’s original Aeon Flux series or George Lucas’s THX 1138 will easily be consumed by the ink—whether electric or chemical—within Brian Taylor’s first novella." For more information please visit www.lasthumanbeing.com< Less
No More Suffering Fools By Brian Taylor
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Collected from the works of philosophy and social criticism of Brian C. Taylor from 2006 to 2013, this anthology contains everything of value written so far. This collection also has unpublished... More > works formerly unavailable online or in book form.< Less
Hyperexistentialism By Brian Taylor
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This collection of Brian C. Taylor's essays from 2012 and 2013 culminates in "the Root of All Evil" about eliminating currency and "Hyperexistentialism" which promises to fold... More > postmodern existentialism into a social norm.< Less
Authentic Self By Brian Taylor
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Philosopher and Social Critic Brian C. Taylor's "the Authentic Self" is the most modern attempt to define the Self. By way of running the associations in our minds through what Taylor... More > calls the Philosophy Generator, we become privy not only to of what our thoughts are made, but of what all thoughts are made. Developed during the four years Taylor researched and wrote "Anti-Social Engineering the Hyper-Manipulated Self," this new collection promises to deliver the purest, mathematical philosophy, with only the most minimal history, sociology and opinion. "The Authentic Self" is simply the nuts and bolts of how we become who we are. The constituents of your Paradigms, (the associations our minds make on any given idea,) are examined, sourced and evaluated with the goal of revealing your Authentic Self. The book is written simply, like a lesson in school, that simply repeats, getting more complicated each time, until finally the reader arrives at the best possible human understanding.< Less
Anti-Social Engineering the Hyper-Manipulated Self By Brian Taylor
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Chasing philosophers through the ages, following our own ideas about the self, to dismantle both himself and modernity, the author brings in this tiny work, with candour, wisdom and depth, a... More > dismantling of thought, a critique of the species, a pathway to virtue. "We are not talking about God here, nor even the grand scheme of society, we wonder about ourselves. By realizing when someone or something asks us to believe in it, in its intention, to create some reality out of an idea, we can begin to wonder about the value of following the rule." "If modernity is the cause of complexity and systemic complexity is the cause of the rampant ineptitude that keeps rearing its ugly head, and we, in our infinite confusion, attempt only to counter this problem by adding further complexity, are we not just denying there is even a problem "< Less
the 21st Century Enlightenment By Brian Taylor
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The 21st Century Enlightenment is simple. In much the same way as the Enlightenment of the late middle ages, when the printing press was invented, (amongst a multitude of other... More > "modernations") technology has once again brought us into a new paradigm of existence. In this so called "network intelligence" we become an amalgam intellect. In the old Enlightenment we shared books. In the new enlightenment we share each other, in real time. If this is not hyperreality, it doesn't exist. However, this revolutionary sharing of the global experience is merely the "how" of its existence. It is causally self-referential. I think the topic of interest on the matter should be directed at our actions. Our actions make the changes that take place in the world. It is true that the internet can organize revolution quicker than the printing press, but we are not revolting because such technologies exist. We revolt because there is cause for revolt. This realization is the second part of the 21st century enlightenment.< Less