Philosophy

A Voice in the Wilderness <BR>By: David Lloyd Briscoe, Ph.D.
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-580-2
Edition: Paperback, 203 Pages
Publication Date: December 18, 2014
A Voice in the Wilderness is a variety of expressions generated over the decades. Each is a result of the author’s life’s journey. The longer we live, the more opportunities we have to make a positive impact on the world in which we live and have our being.
God has Left the Building <BR>Zen and the Art of Serial Murder <bR>Volume One <bR>By: Victor Godot
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-490-4
Edition: Paperback, 422 pages
Publication Date: May 20, 2013
A viciously cogent attack upon all of humanity’s most stubborn, irrational and sacred beliefs. Victor Godot tracks God back to his little “hidey hole,” takes names and beats the holy crap out of him, mano y mano. Result? Godot 1 - God 0, by decisive knockout.
Statements and Reflections: A Process in Philosophical Discourse <bR>By: David Lloyd Briscoe, Ph.D.
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-369-3
Edition: Paperback, 170 Pages
Publication Date: January 29, 2012
Every individual who has ever lived, every individual that lives, and every individual that will live in the future is important and worthy of love and respect. This is regardless of race, creed, religion, social class, or any other social construction by which society categorizes people.

Therefore, the voice of each individual is unique in and of itself and worthy of praise. Statements and Reflections: A Process in Philosophical Discourse is a work that conveys the voice of one individual amidst the many whose time has come to voice hope, love, and encouragement to the world without prejudice.
Faring Homewards: The Philosophy of Antoine de Saint-Exupery <BR>By: Tim Weldon
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In this original and scholarly book, Tim Weldon outlines Saint-Exupery’s philosophy clearly and succinctly. Dr. Weldon’s book is wonderfully accessible to academic and general audiences alike. It is a true gift for the millions who have been enchanted by Saint-Exupery’s stories.

“Faring Homewards superbly blends poetic sensitivity and literary history to bring the reader into a full experience of the much-loved but little-known French writer, Antoine de Saint-Exupery. This contemplative portrait is painted with a nuanced understanding of the imaginative landscape of the author of The Little Prince; a landscape shaped by the shifting sands of his own historical moment as well as by the timeless truths he embraced in his quest for meaning. Saint-Exupery’s Catholic childhood and his affinity with Pascal say more, according to Weldon, about the ethical and aesthetic underpinnings of the artist’s thought and work than critics to date have understood. Weldon’s brief but important volume reveals a Saint-Exupery who is far more than the writer of the world’s most famous children’s story for adults; he becomes, in these pages, a fellow sojourner in the encounter with the infinite.”

                                               Kathleen Mullaney, Ph.D.
                                               Dominican University

“A penetrating study of a writer who is much read, yet often neglected as a thinker.”

                                               Bruce A. Newman, Ph.D.
                                               Western Oklahoma State College
Reflections on the Journey of Life <BR>By: David Lloyd Briscoe, Ph.D.
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-250-4
Edition: Paperback, 76 Pages
Publication Date: December 28, 2010
Reflections on the Journey of Life is a qualitative endeavor rooted in social, moral, ethical, and religious philosophies as seen through the eyes of the author. The statements and verses therein are solely those of the author.
The Divine Secret of Nothing <bR>By: Vincent Morales
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ISBN: 978-1-60862-122-4
Edition: Paperback, 225 Pages
Publication Date: January 14, 2010
Other Editions: Hardcover
A man shares his synthesis of ancient and quasi-empirical thinking that helped him to become more open to receive the grace that he needed to conquer the passions of the flesh to return to God what belongs to Him.

The man utilizes scriptural verses, the wisdom of saints and philosophers, and insightful illustrations to empower and encourage the reader in the good fight to conquer the passions of self; for the reward that God gives to a person – for conquering the passions and returning what belongs to Him – is nothing less than, as St. Teresa of Avila said, the reward of Himself.

This book might be difficult for some people to read due to its controversial content. Nevertheless, it is an illuminating and thought-provoking read for people who want to know God as Complete Goodness as well as the man’s revelatory thoughts on: the Bible, the devil, the fallen angels, creation and the afterlife.
Codex Michelangelo <Br>By: Raul P. Rodriguez
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-996-5
Edition: Paperback, 131 Pages
Publication Date: February 12, 2009
The subject of creation is commonly regarded as an arena of incompatibility between science and religion. This book is an attempt to harmonize scientific theories regarding the beginning of the universe and the existence of living beings with the story of creation revealed within the Bible.

The anecdotal approach employed in this book contains accurate historical references, albeit melded with distinguishably fictitious stories that intertwine with the realities of our past to illustrate the drama on which our narrative embarks.

This work is not in any way intended to compromise the teaching of the Church for the sake of accommodating the scientific theories of mankind. On the contrary, it is the objective of this book, as previously stated, through sound reasoning and the powerful and clear voice of fiction, to show that both teachings could be equally accepted.
The Moral Atheist <BR>Living Ethically Without God, Gods or Demons <br>By: Bill Tomlinson
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-946-0
Edition: Paperback, 175 Pages
Publication Date: November 1, 2008
Other Editions: Hardcover
The Moral Atheist argues in non-technical terms that ‘being moral’ is compatible with ‘being an atheist’, but goes further to suggest that there is more harmony between these two notions than there is between ‘being moral’ and ‘being a theist’. Using reason, semantics and common sense, Tomlinson makes the case that, first, the non-existence of a god does not imply that there is no discoverable objective morality and that, second, without the belief in a god there are still excellent reasons for the atheist and everyone else to strive to be a good person. The book presents a practical and objective ethical system that reflects how language is used in everyday communication. Along the way the reader explores important philosophical insights while gaining an appreciation for the way that philosophy is actually done.

Tomlinson has been an instructor of Philosophy at California State University, Northridge for thirty-three years.
Moral, Political, and Civic Education <BR>By: Gabriel Alejandro Figueroa
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-859-3
Edition: Paperback, 62 Pages
Publication Date: August 20, 2008
Alternative in Order to Make of the Animal Man a Humanized Man

An initiative for the forging of a new civilization constituted by humanized men to change current reality which is empty of human values. The author is proposing moral, ethic, and civic education be mandatorily imposed at all educational institutions in the world with the imperative assistance of educators that are undoubtedly distanced from the corruption of the “animal man”.
Statements of Courage, Hope, and Triumph <BR>By: David Lloyd Briscoe, Ph.D.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-884-5
Edition: Paperback, 87 Pages
Publication Date: July 28, 2008
This work focuses on more than a half century of social and christian experiences as reflected through statements for personal reflection and contemplation. It embraces aspects of social and religious philosophy as seen through the eyes of the author. It is in no way an empirical work but more qualitative and interpretive of one man’s journey on the path of life.