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📒No Present Like Time ✍ Steph Swainston
✏No Present Like Time Book Summary : The phenomenal follow-up to Steph Swainston's acclaimed The Year of Our War moves us effortlessly into new waters. It has been five years since the Insects devastated the Fourlands. Reconstruction proceeds under the watchful eyes of the Circle - the fifty immortals who serve the Emperor. Jant, the Emperor's winged Messenger, has other concerns. He suspects his wife is having an affair and a brilliant newcomer has joined the Circle, displacing Jant from his rightful position as centre of attention. Worse still, an inhabited island has been discovered three months' sail from the Fourlands and the Emperor has enlisted Jant for his diplomatic mission. Just perfect for a man terrified of the sea. Unfortunately for Jant, he is a pawn in an ancient political game. It'd be enough to drive anyone to drugs . . .
📒No Time Like The Present ✍ Kristen Sheley
✏No Time Like the Present Book Summary : Sam Foster is a fairly typical modern American teenager-who just invented a time machine. Sam didn't mean to bring back anything from his first trip to the past, but he returned home to 2005 with more than he bargained for, in the form Meg Clayton, a spirited pioneer girl from Oregon. Sam would be only too happy to obey Meg's demand the she be taken home at once, but he encounters technical difficulties-and a stranger who may threaten more than just Meg's life.
📒The Castle Omnibus ✍ Steph Swainston
✏The Castle Omnibus Book Summary : 50 immortals, chosen by the emperor lead humanity in an endless war against hordes of ginant insects. Their immortality, conferred on them by the emperror can be taken away if they lose a challange to be part of the circle of 50. Jant, the emperor's drug-addicted messanger, the only man who can fly, tells the story of mankinds savage fight for survival in a uniquely imagined, beautiful fantasy world.
📒Time Eternity And The Trinity ✍ Eunsoo Kim
✏Time Eternity and the Trinity Book Summary : One of the vital issues in contemporary Christian theology is the problem of a renewed understanding of God's eternity and its relation to time. This is not merely a peripheral doctrinal issue, but lies at the heart of our understanding of God and humanity, and contributes to our entire worldview. This study focuses on a long-standing debate between two competing views on God's eternity: one focused on God's absolute timelessness in classical theism, and the other on God's temporal everlastingness in contemporary panentheism. In contrast to both of these well-worn options, this book presents an alternative Trinitarian analogical understanding of God's eternity and its relation to time, especially through a critical reflection on Karl Barth's and Hans Urs von Balthasar's engagement of the issue. This analogical approach, based on the dynamic and dramatic concepts of God's being-in-relation and of the Triune God's communicative action in eternity and time, has the potential to resolve the debate between absolute timeless eternity and temporal everlasting duration.
📒The Parliamentary Debates From The Year 1803 To The Present Time ✍ Great Britain. Parliament
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📒The End Of Knowledge A Reduction Of Philosophy ✍ Manickam Nambi
✏The End of Knowledge A Reduction of Philosophy Book Summary : The meanings of life cannot be sought independent of the state of reality, thus we have to first determine the state of reality. Such is the basis put forward by Manickam Nambi in his eye-opening book The End of Knowledge: A Reduction of Philosophy.All independent inquiries into the question of one have revealed the two. Western philosophy arrived at matter and thought. Indian philosophy arrived at the manifest and unmanifest. The Chinese arrived at Ying and Yang. The scientific inquiry revealed time and space. The two categories coexist by immutable laws.The human brain is the advanced component of reality and is ordered to the reality it is programmed to recognize. The functioning of the brain is ordered to the alternating time and space instants that constitute objective reality.Science is limited by experimentation. Time is a nonphysical component of reality and therefore beyond the scope of science. The unraveling of time holds the key. Science was beguiled by duration, which was mistaken to be time and misunderstood reality. Theologians created a smokescreen called faith, beguiling themselves and mankind. They have misunderstood the mind of the Creator. When the various camouflages of nature are unraveled, we realize that such a Cosmos cannot come of itself, but has to be the outcome of deliberate superior intelligence.Manickam Nambi lives in Madurai, India. "I am motivated to write this book on three counts. I want to justify my existence. I want peace among warring mankind. I want in my own humble way to establish the promised kingdom."http: //SBPRA.com/ManickamNambi
📒Theory And Practice ✍ Nathan Rotenstreich
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📒Statistical And Quantum Mechanics ✍ Wafik A. Wassef
✏Statistical and Quantum Mechanics Book Summary : The (661+ page) book "Memoirs of a World Traveler" celebrates the romance of self-discovery through 'World Travel' and the fascination of distant places, particularly the sun-drenched regions of Africa, India, Europe, South America, and China. My book addresses matters of destiny and the healing powers of 'Long-Term' World Travel and the power of friendship and the resilience of the heart. It celebrates the beauty of life; beautiful things in a beautiful world. It is the story of 20-years, traveling 'Full-Circle' around the globe from exotic cities to the most remote and distant corners of the earth; 78- countries on 6-continents. My travel memoirs are sentimental recollections of days, months, and years wandering about this wonderful world of ours. I had great aspirations for history, art, symbolism, and a spiritual life. Shortly after my early days living on the West Coast I took off for Paris where I studied Art History and Literature for a year. The experience fueled my lifetime affection for traveling. After touring Europe for the summer I traveled 'Full-Circle' around-the-globe to exciting destinations. I lived for extended periods of time in brilliant places such as India, Morocco, East Africa, Moscow, Rome, Paris, and Seychelles. My journals, particularly and accumulation of writings from China, South America, Africa, and the Mediterranean reflect my travels. In my travels there was a definite purpose to celebrate. And while traveling the world, love found me, unexpectedly. I wrote this book to encourage others to join the ranks of 'World Travelers.' My hope is that the people and the stories of my book will lift spirits, touch hearts, and demonstrate that world travel and goodwill can be a powerful cause of change in the world. The objective is to enhance an authentic sense of place that will benefit both my fellow travelers and the locations in which they visit. "To be tired of world travel is to be tired of life; - for world travel holds everything life has to offer!" -Andrew Young
📒Martin Heidegger In Europe And America ✍ E.G. Ballard
✏Martin Heidegger In Europe and America Book Summary : When Heidegger's influence was at its zenith in Gennany from the early fifties to the early sixties, most serious students of philosophy in that country were deeply steeped in his thought. His students or students of his students filled many if not most of the major chairs in philosophy. A cloud of reputedly Black Forest mysticism veiled the perspective of many of his critics and admirers at home and abroad. Droves of people flocked to hear lectures by him that most could not understand, even on careful reading, much less on one hearing. He loomed so large that Being and Time frequently could not be seen as a highly imaginative, initial approach to a strictly limited set of questions, but was viewed either as an all-embracing fmt order catastrophy incorporating at once the most feared consequences of Boehme, Kierkegaard, RiIke, and Nietzsche, or as THE ANSWER. But most of that has past. Heidegger's dominance of Gennan philosophy has ceased. One can now brush aside the larger-than-life images of Heidegger, the fears that his language was creating a cult phenomenon, the convictions that only those can understand him who give their lives to his thought. His language is at times unusually difficult, at times simple and beautiful. Some of his insights are obscure and not helpful, others are exciting and clarifying. One no longer expects Heidegger to interpret literature like a literary critic or an academic philologist.