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Lok
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Price: Free! Words: 1,030. Language: Slovenian. Published: June 9, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Movements / existentialism
O milijardi let človeka in vesolju, o nesmrtnosti človeškega telesa in na koncu humoristična zgodba o treh bratih.
Hayatın Anlamı Hayatın Ben Tarafı
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Price: Free! Words: 18,350. Language: Turkish. Published: January 22, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Movements / existentialism
Hayatin anlami nedir? Nice insanlar benzer soruları sordular. Hayati anlamis degiller. Hayati anlamamaya baslamis olabilirler. Hayat, anlamayabilmek yetkinligine ulaaanlara biraz seslenebildiysem, insanları yaptiklarini sorgulamaya ve “ben” in niteligini dusunmeye sevk edebildiysem ne mutlu bana.
The Book Of Origins
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Series: Life Essence Bible, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 1,220. Language: English. Published: November 24, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Philosophy » Movements / existentialism
Ever wonder how Life originated? Explore ideas and thoughts on the origin of Life away from a different point of view and see the world in a different light. This Book is an exploration of how Life may be supported by a collection of essences which comes together to bring about the mysterious birth of an organism.
Positive Thinking & The Meaning Of Life
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Price: Free! Words: 11,750. Language: English. Published: September 14, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Psychology » Cognitive psychology
A brief and concise exploration of psychology, philosophy and the workings of the human brain. We explore consciousness, bad faith, decision making and many aspects of thinking. The book ends by answering the question of the meaning of life in two paragraphs.
A Celebration Of The Arts
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Price: Free! Words: 16,910. Language: English. Published: November 4, 2012. Category: Fiction » Poetry » Themes & motifs
These poems express humor, frustration, anger, and curiosity about working in the arts. John Kulm explores the topics of "What is art?" and "Why can't I make enough money at it?" He does it with references to such luminaries as Soren Kierkegaard, Robert Motherwell, and Pink.