I Think Therefore I Play
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📒Andrea Pirlo I Think Therefore I Play ✍ Andrea Pirlo
✏Andrea Pirlo I Think Therefore I Play Book Summary :
📒Andrea Pirlo ✍ Andrea Pirlo
✏Andrea Pirlo Book Summary : Andrea Pirlo is one of the finest footballers of his generation - a World Cup and Champions League winning playmaker who has redefined his position at the base of midfield, and one of the most deadly free-kick takers the game has known. This is his story, in his words. It is written with a level of humour and insight which confound his image as a dead-eyed assassin on the field of play.
📒I Think Therefore I Am ✍ Lesley Levene
✏I Think Therefore I Am Book Summary : Philosophers certainly like to make life sound awfully complicated, whether they're wondering if a falling tree still makes a sound if there's nobody around to hear it (Berkeley) or declaring that everything in the universe is in a state of flux (Heraclitus). But is philosophy really so complicated? And is it really as irrelevant as it sometimes seems? I Think, Therefore I Am is the ideal way to take the fear out of philosophy. Written in an accessible and highly entertaining style, this book explains how and why philosophy began, and how, from Greek democracy to Communism, the ways in which we live, learn, argue, vote and even spend our money have their origins in philosophical thought. Covering the biggest names, including Socrates, Seneca, St Augustine, Descartes, Marx and Nietzsche, I Think Therefore I Am provides a handle for all the main -isms and -ologies.
📒I Think Therefore I Learn ✍ Graham Foster
✏I Think Therefore I Learn Book Summary : Provides information for teachers on ways to promote thinking in language arts, science, social studies, and mathematics.
📒I Think Therefore I Draw ✍ Daniel Klein
✏I Think Therefore I Draw Book Summary : Like the best comedians, the best cartoonists address philosophy’s Big Questions. Cathcart and Klein reckon they’re individuals with philosophy doctorates who couldn’t find employment or, if they could, found serving lattes at Starbucks less fulfilling than they’d hoped. Covering topics as diverse as religion, gender, knowledge, morality and the meaning of life (or the lack thereof), I Think, Therefore I Draw is a joyous introduction to the major debates in philosophy through history and the present. Wittgenstein once said that a serious and good philosophical work could be written that would consist entirely of jokes. Let’s put that to the test...
📒Cogito Ergo Philosophus ✍ Ben Wood J
✏Cogito Ergo Philosophus Book Summary : There is a link between human thinking and human survival. As a way to explain that correlation as persuasively as possible, I proclaim Cogito, Ergo Philosophus, which means, I think, therefore I philosophize. As a living being, I am always in charge of my Beingness; at least I think I am. But I could not make the irreconcilable argument that I am free to be however I want to be. I could not be whenever or wherever I would like to be. I must recognize the limits of my Beingness. This is the only way I could survive beyond serendipity. The Cogito is what allows me to perceive the world for what it is and not how it is projected to me. The Cogito is the essence of my Beingness in my world. This book is based on a series of essays about human existence. It provides valuable insights about some of the most salient questions, which are often echoed in the literature. But the primary focus is on a person's ability to think and that individual's capacity to find the means to survive.
📒I Think Therefore I Lie ✍ Warren Archer
✏I Think Therefore I Lie Book Summary : Discover a one-of-a-kind simple technique for awakening now, available to anyone and at all times-even through the toughest of challenges. There is no path to follow. No special requirements for this technique. It can be used anywhere and at any time. No pen and paper or special quiet place needed.All that is required is your willingness to apply the technique and relinquish your suffering and you will unveil the openness and inner peace that is the very nature of awareness itself.
📒We Think Therefore We Are ✍ Peter Crowther
✏We Think Therefore We Are Book Summary : Fifteen original stories about our fear of and fascination with artificial intelligence Artificial intelligence has captured the imaginations of writers, readers, and scientists alike, from Karl Capek?s R.U.R. to Isaac Asimov?s Three Laws of Robotics, from Robby the Robot to The Terminator and The Bicentennial Man, and?of course?Arthur C. Clarke?s Hal 9000. Now some of the most innovative thinkers in science fiction offer an intriguing variety of tales featuring the many forms of AI, from frightening to funny. These authors confront one of contemporary mankind?s deepest concerns?what do we do when the machines we created evolve beyond us?
📒I Think Therefore I Eat ✍ Martin Cohen
✏I Think Therefore I Eat Book Summary : I Think Therefore I Eat offers wisdom and practical advice, from scientific studies to personal accounts, to make sense of one of life's inescapable questions: "What to eat?"
📒You Think Therefore I Am ✍ Joaquim Couto MD Mba
✏You Think Therefore I Am Book Summary : "You Think, Therefore I Am"-is a thoroughly original and profound reflection on the main philosophical questions that have been around for the last 2500 years. In a short essay, that can be read through in a lunch break, the author goes back to Descartes to affirm that existence starts, indeed, with the consciousness of thinking, the famous cogito ergo sum, but that our thinking depends on belonging to a thinking species and acquiring, through learning, the instruments of thought. The title of this essay-"You think, therefore I am (cogitatis, ergo sum)"-reflects that principle. The author's vision of the world is summarized in the last paragraph of this essay: I am a thinking being, of the species Homo Sapiens Sapiens, with free will to decide upon my future, in God, with inalienable rights to life, liberty, propriety and the pursuit of happiness and with my personal vision of the world. Finally Dr. Couto challenges the reader to develop their own vision of the world, by writing down their thoughts to the very some questions that are addressed in this essay.