Best Analytic Philosophy Books
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1. SHADOW WORK JOURNAL FOR BEGINNERS: Shadow Work Prompts Journal and Workbook for Beginners
Author: by Meadow Belle
It’s time to bring your Shadow Self into the light! Your shadow makes you to feel unworthy and causes you to react negatively to others. By looking into how you have created this shadow, you not only uncover hidden fears, but learn to heal past traumas.
6″x9″104 Pages82 Prompts10 Quotes4 Blank Letters To… 3 Pages for NotesPremium Matte Soft Cover Paperback in Multiple Cover Designs*Same Interior Available in 4 Different Cover Designs*Shadow Work Journal for Beginners-Purple Damask Look Pattern (Also Available in Hardcover)Shadow Work Notebook-Nebula Sky with ConstellationsShadow Work Prompts Journal-Melting Full MoonShadow Work Journal for Men-(Same Interior with Different Fonts)Distressed Black Linen Look with Skull & Roses
2. Integrating My Shadow: A Shadow Work Prompt Companion Journal for Inner Child Healing (Shadow Work & Inner Child)
Author: by Intuitive Press
Are you ready to document your healing and personal growth journey like a boss? Whether you are new on this path or experienced in working with your inner child, this journal will get you going DEEP into the buried darkness within your being so that you can give it a great big hug!
In this journal you will:Find 100 journal prompts to explore your shadow selfDocument wounds kept from childhoodDiscover memories you have hidden from yourselfStart to love your whole selfRegain the strength to set boundaries to protect yourself while allowing yourself to be happy in a way you never imagined!
Disclaimer: This is a journal to document your healing journey. It is intended to be complementary to any therapeutic techniques already being used. There are no claims made that this journal will heal, cure, treat, assess or reverse trauma. This journal is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.
Add to cart now to enhance your trauma healing journey, document your progress and have a record for self-reflectionMake sure to check out the companion workbook Embracing My Shadow for more in-depth exercises to connect to your inner child and embrace the darker aspects of your being.
3. Decoding Jung's Metaphysics: The Archetypal Semantics of an Experiential Universe
Author: by Bernardo Kastrup
February 26, 2021
More than an insightful psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung was the twentieth century’s greatest articulator of the primacy of mind in nature, a view whose origins vanish behind the mists of time. Underlying Jung’s extraordinary body of work, and providing a foundation for it, there is a broad and sophisticated system of metaphysical thought.
This system, however, is only implied in Jung’s writings, so as to shield his scientific persona from accusations of philosophical speculation. The present book scrutinizes Jung’s work to distil and reveal that extraordinary, hidden metaphysical treasure: for Jung, mind and world are one and the same entity; reality is fundamentally experiential, not material; the psyche builds and maintains its body, not the other way around; and the ultimate meaning of our sacrificial lives is to serve God by providing a reflecting mirror to God’s own instinctive mentation.
Embodied in this compact volume is a journey of discovery through Jungian thoughtscapes never before revealed with the depth, force and scholarly rigor you are about to encounter.
4. The Problems of Philosophy
Author: by Bertrand Russell
February 24, 2015
Bertrand Russell’s classic primer on Western philosophy and the greatest thinkers of the past three millennia With zest and rigor, Bertrand Russell applies twentieth-century thinking to age-old philosophy, from the works of Plato and Aristotle to those of Ren Descartes and John Locke.
In The Problems of Philosophy, he reviews the Western canon’s most influential ideas and thought experiments, offering a comprehensive and enlightening text for curious and seasoned philosophy readers alike. Infused with Russell’s own observations and critiques, this study offers reviews of topics such as idealism, knowledge, and the natures of truth, reality, and existence.
Including the author’s prominent thinking on knowledge by acquaintance versus knowledge by description, The Problems of Philosophy is a critical look at the major philosophical accomplishments spanning from classical Greece to the twentieth century. This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.
Author: by Voltaire
Candide is a French satire first published in 1759 by Voltaire, a philosopher of the Age of Enlightenment. The novella has been widely translated, with English versions titled Candide: or, All for the Best (1759); Candide: or, The Optimist (1762); and Candide: or, Optimism (1947).
It begins with a young man, Candide, who is living a sheltered life in an Edenic paradise and being indoctrinated with Leibnizian optimism (or simply “optimism”) by his mentor, Professor Pangloss. The work describes the abrupt cessation of this lifestyle, followed by Candide’s slow, painful disillusionment as he witnesses and experiences great hardships in the world.
Voltaire concludes with Candide, if not rejecting optimism outright, advocating a deeply practical precept, “we must cultivate our garden”, in lieu of the Leibnizian mantra of Pangloss, “all is for the best” in the “best of all possible worlds”.Candide is characterised by its sarcastic tone as well as by its erratic, fantastical and fast-moving plot.
6. Life Wisdom Word Search: Yoga for the Brain
Author: by Cristina Smith
Yoga for the Brain puzzles are the Da Vinci code for mindfulness and fun! Jack Canfield, creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul Boost your health and happiness through the power of positive play. Discover goodies galore to enjoy inside.
Insightful inspiring stories.Secret messages.Brain training fun. Positive affirmations to help make your life better. Chicken soup for your brain and heart, Life Wisdom Word Search invites you to play! Who would have thought that practicing mental yoga, turbocharging creativity, and empowering personal mastery could be so much fun?
Featuring life wisdom messages from sixty extraordinary authors from ages seven to ninety-four, these sixty puzzles make every page both a challenge to be solved and a meditation for self-realization. It gets even better! Once all words are found, a hidden message is revealed-a powerful, wise quote to affirm each author’s story.
Plus, find fascinating facts and enlightening insights inside, providing tasty food for thought. This book can help you: Stay sharp with a more flexible brain. Bring more peace and happiness into your life with inspiring, mindful messages. Reduce the risk of early onset dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
7. Why There Is No God: Simple Responses to 20 Common Arguments for the Existence of God
Author: by Armin Navabi
“Science can’t explain the complexity and order of life; God must have designed it to be this way.” “God’s existence is proven by scripture.” “There’s no evidence that God doesn’t exist.” “God has helped me so much. How could none of it be true?” “Atheism has killed more people than religion, so it must be wrong!” How many times have you heard arguments like these for why God exists?
Why There Is No God provides simple, easy-to-understand counterpoints to the most popular arguments made for the existence of God. Each chapter presents a concise explanation of the argument, followed by a response illustrating the problems and fallacies inherent in it.
Whether you’re an atheist, a believer or undecided, this book offers a solid foundation for building your own inquiry about the concept of God.
8. Embracing My Shadow: An Inner Child Healing Workbook (Shadow Work & Inner Child)
Author: by Intuitive Press
Are you ready to grow in the hardest and most rewarding way possible? Whether you are new on this path or experienced in working with your inner child, this journal will get you going DEEP into the buried darkness within your being so that you can give it a great big hug!
In this journal you will:Find meditation exercises to connect with your inner childDocument healing wounds kept from childhoodDiscover memories you have hidden from yourselfLearn to love your whole selfRegain the strength to set boundaries to protect yourself while allowing yourself to be happy in a way you never imagined!
Disclaimer: This is a journal to document your healing journey. It is intended to be complimentary to any therapeutic techniques already being used. There are no claims made that this journal will heal, cure, treat, assess or reverse trauma. This journal is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.
Add to cart now to enhance your trauma healing journey, document your progress and have a record for self-reflectionMake sure to check out the companion workbook Integrating My Shadow for straightforward prompts for healing your inner child and integrating the darker aspects of your being.
9. Knowledge and Christian Belief
Author: by Alvin Plantinga
Eerdmans (April 13, 2015)
In his widely praised Warranted Christian Belief (Oxford, 2000) Alvin Plantinga discussed in great depth the question of the rationality, or sensibility, of Christian belief. In this book Plantinga presents the same ideas in a briefer, much more accessible fashion. Recognized worldwide as a leading Christian philosopher, Plantinga probes what exactly is meant by the claim that religious – and specifically Christian – belief is irrational and cannot sensibly be held.
He argues that the criticisms of such well-known atheists as Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett, Sam Harris, and Christopher Hitchens are completely wrong. Finally, Plantinga addresses several potential defeaters to Christian belief – pluralism, science, evil and suffering – and shows how they fail to successfully defeat rational Christian belief.
10. Exact Thinking in Demented Times: The Vienna Circle and the Epic Quest for the Foundations of Science
Author: by Karl Sigmund
December 5, 2017
A dazzling group biography of the early twentieth-century thinkers who transformed the way the world thought about math and science Inspired by Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity and Bertrand Russell and David Hilbert’s pursuit of the fundamental rules of mathematics, some of the most brilliant minds of the generation came together in post-World War I Vienna to present the latest theories in mathematics, science, and philosophy and to build a strong foundation for scientific investigation.
Composed of such luminaries as Kurt G and Rudolf Carnap, and stimulated by the works of Ludwig Wittgenstein and Karl Popper, the Vienna Circle left an indelible mark on science. Exact Thinking in Demented Times tells the often outrageous, sometimes tragic, and never boring stories of the men who transformed scientific thought.
A revealing work of history, this landmark book pays tribute to those who dared to reinvent knowledge from the ground up.
11. The 21 KEYS of Success
Author: by Kolie Crutcher
The NEVER-BEFORE published success principles of America’s most infamous drug kingpin-Rick Ross, from best-selling, internationally-published, and gold medal-winning author Kolie Crutcher! When Freeway Ricky Ross was released from federal prison in 2009, he had something that no other drug kingpin-not Griselda Blanco, not El Chapo, and not Pablo Escobar had-the freedom to openly pass along the secret of how he turned $125 into a billion-dollar cocaine empire.
In The 21 Keys of Success, Rick Ross’ formula for getting money has been broken down into 21 unfailing principles. So if you’ve ever tried and failed, been disappointed and heartbroken by your attempts to “make it”, the hidden key that unlocks the door to your greatness is within the pages of this book.
And here’s a clue: Whether your business is legal or illegal, SUCCESS…IS DOPE!
12. Shadow Work Journal: Guided Workbook for Beginners | Self Help Therapy Journal with Questions and Prompts | Love Your Inner Child | Healing Meditation and Personal Growth Notebook
Author: by Anthony T. Walker
Shadow Work JournalDo you have a problem with accepting your emotions, suppressing what you really feel, and showing the world what it requires of you? Do you feel that something is taking your energy and you have no control over it?
This is your shadow. The concept of the shadow comes from Carl Jung, who wrote that it’s not about getting rid of disliked traits, but about finding their bright sides and incorporating them into our lives. Do you want to be more creative and energetic; do you want to accept and love yourself?
If yes then start working with your own shadow. Don’t hide or disown your shadow, accept it, love it, it is a part of you. This journal will guide you and show you how to properly work with the shadow.
It contains the necessary prompts and questions to ask yourself at each stage of your work also you will know the meaning of shadow work. From this book you will learn:What is a shadowHow the shadow is createdHow to recognize it in yourselfWhy accept the shadowHow to accept the shadowThe benefits you will gain from this journal you will learn to accept your emotions and you will no longer suppress them.
13. Paradoxes: Guiding Forces in Mathematical Exploration
Author: by Hamza E. Alsamraee
A Riveting Account of Paradoxes and their Impact on Mathematics Does .999…=1? Can a sphere be reassembled into two identically sized spheres? Is the consistency of mathematical systems unprovable? Surprisingly, the answer to all of these questions is yes! And at the heart of each question, there lies paradox.
For millennia, paradoxes have shaped mathematics and guided mathematical progress. From the ancient paradoxes of Zeno to the modern paradoxes of Russell, paradoxes remind us of the constant need to revamp our mathematical understanding. It is for this reason that paradoxes are so important.
Paradoxes: Guiding Forces in Mathematical Exploration provides a survey of mathematical paradoxes spanning a wide variety of topics; delving into each paradox mathematically, philosophically, and historically. Readers will gain a full picture of how paradoxes have contributed to and guided the progress of mathematics in many ways.
Paradoxes also provides the reader with a robust argument for the inclusion of paradoxes in education. This is all presented in a way that is accessible to anyone with a high school background in mathematics! Entertaining and educational, this book will appeal to any reader looking for a mathematical and philosophical challenge.