"There's a difference between a philosophy and a bumper sticker."
- Charles M. Schultz
"Philosophy begins in wonder."
"Science is what you know, philosophy is what you don’t know."
- Bertrand Russell
To be or not to be? To think, therefore I am? We all must contemplate philosophical questions, whether it's waking up at 3 a.m. to consider the Meaning of Life … or wrestling with such philosopher's puzzles as "Can we really experience anything objectively?" Here we will collect some of the world's greatest philosophical thinking as inexpensive ebooks that you can download for as little as 99¢ each. Less than the cost of a college degree in philosophy.
Onederland by Larry Lentchner$3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
While a novel, Onederland is Lentchner's response and analysis to the terrorism we live with as a result of the conflicts in religious thought, principles and actions throughout the world. Buy and/or Read More >>>
The Fantasy Passport:
Sailing on Faith By Robert J. Green, $3.99
After serving more than twenty years as an organist in his church, the author took to the pulpit as a volunteer lay preacher. As a man of faith and reason, unbound by the usual constraints. . .
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Reclaiming The Soul of Your Faith, By Randolph W.B. Becker, $3.99
Reclaiming the Soul of Your Faith is a provocative invitation for people, especially that growing segment of the population who say they are "spiritual, not religious," to examine what a faith looks like beyond the usual . . .
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Loss and Growth:
The Grief Spiral By Elissa Bishop-Becker, M.Ed., LPC, NCC
Everyone faces grief at one point or another in her or his life. But how to handle it? Here, Elissa Bishop-Becker draws on her own experience to help others . . . READ MORE > > >
I Took Both Roads:
My Journey as a Bisexual Husband by David R. Matteson$3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
David Matteson's memoir is both eye-opening and inspiring. It is a timely, sensitive exploration of a topic through a loving and accepting lens. He first became aware of his sexuality in the early 1950s, and his bisexuality in the '60s. Buy and/or Read More >>>
Key West Lou:
The World Upside Down Essays by Louis Petrone,$3.99
Louis Petrone is a wise man, retired attorney with lots of sage viewpoints to share. Under the nom de plume of Key West Lou, he shares them in a weekly magazine column, radio and TV programs, and blogs. Buy and/or Read More >>>
An Introduction to Philosophy by George Stuart Fullerton,
The former head of Columbia University’s Philosophy Department explains the nature of reflective or philosophical thinking, lays out the history, identifies the various doctrines, explains the practical values of studying philosophy. Buy and/or Read More >>>