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Deborah Milton--the widowed daughter of the great English poet--laments her life in a world where a bright, intelligent, capable young woman cannot make her aspirations come true. Reprint.
Humanism, modernity, and scientific rationality are examined critically in these collected essays. Developments in logic and philosophy are surveyed in the perspective of the closing century. Other essays include Musil and Mach, and Wittgenstein's place on the cultural map of the times.
Pierce the veil! Glimpse the hidden truth about the history of money and the secret science of alchemy! In this volume, Tracy R. Twyman reveals how the entire global economy is based upon the principles and processes of this '¬ÜRoyal Art.'¬" Discover the connections between economics and ghastly rituals from the past that include child sacrifice, eating human flesh, and bathing in blood. Learn the occult origin of the dollar symbol, and the truth about the mysterious demon named '¬ÜBaphomet'¬" who helped the Knights Templar to invent the banking system. See what arcane magic is at work in such things as the Federal Reserve, the Social Security system, free trade, taxation, the minimum wage, the fiscal year, and consumerist Christmas. Unlock the mystery of the Golden Age of Saturn, a time of prosperity and peaceful anarchy that purportedly existed in the past, and will come again, perhaps sooner than we could ever be prepared for.
Opstilling af en plan for en helhedsforståelse af processerne i biologiske systemer og en diskussion af dette biologiske udgangspunkts konsekvenser for den menneskelige erkendelsesproces
A sparse, witty, and unsentimentally brutal novel, The Tree of Knowledge, originally published in 1911, is a philosophical coming of age story not unlike Jack London's Martin Eden. Baroja's observations and criticisms of late 19th century Spanish society remain just as relevant today--perhaps even more so--because they are based on his strong understanding of human nature and the human condition. The philosophical, religious, and scientific questions that consume Andrés Hurtado and which are debated throughout the book, particularly with his uncle Iturrioz, are still the questions that haunt late-stage Western civilization today. A stunning novel, now back in print in a completely new, re-typeset edition.

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