This essay embarks on a discussion of the current conceptions of individualism and identity in the United States, and how this gets warped in such a way as to actually reinforce conformity and compliance. Part of The Brain Trust series, by Jules Okapi, a series of philosophical and political essays.
Teaching students how to think is an oft-stated goal among educators. Teachers deal with the rules of thinking in many ways; but their effort are not always systematic. In this book, I have presented the most important rules of critical thinking framed in terms of five branches of philosophy. This textbook includes numerous assignments and exercises that illustrate the various points in the text.
We may use public policy and software design to address contemporary issues online today, extend constitutional rights into virtual space, and build a foundation for a digital society. Digital life, liberty, and happiness . . . .
The central premise of this book is that we all have the ability to influence the quality of our temporal lives by regulating our own behavior. Those who eat properly and exercise regularly remain healthier and more physically fit than their self-indulgent peers do. One who educates himself and reins in his emotions, controls the course and quality of his life; it does not simply happen to him.
Precisely what Each and every Direct Sales Leader Would need to Understand To Be Able To Remain competitive within a Worldwide Economy
Author Kevin McNabb demonstrates how life's "Golden Rule" operates just about everywhere around the globe, and exactly how, specially in the Direct Sales profession, it delivers awesome rewards.
Questo libro è un'introduzione alla biografia generale e alla prosofia, riflessione post-ontologica sull'origine di ogni darsi eventuale, senza preclusioni ideotiche. Vi è indagato il fondamento del sapere e dell'agire comune a tutti gli esseri umani, provando a rifletterlo in un meta-pensiero adogmatico, aperto al contributo attivo estetico ed etico di ciascuno.
How far would you go to tell the truth? Congressman McAdams made a promise to his dying grandfather to always tell the truth. Now he must decide between exposing a national secret or move up the political ladder and stay quiet. He has three days to decide while he sits in jail. Life is not always black and white and besides when is the truth not really the truth? What are your limits?