Free philosophy Kindle books for 10 Feb 19

3 Minutes Stories: Short Stories, Open Letter & Notes by Words of Akshay

by Akshay Dalvi

“As like always I am super excited about things that are not my priorities, and that has always been the thin hairline between me and my happiness over the years. From the day, when I know that she will be back to this part of the world, where the sun rises much, much earlier, I was in an over thrilled mode.”

This and more of short stories on life, expression of love, separation, heartfelt happiness and bit of everything that we refrain ourselves from speaking, this book is about typing those small words that tell about the stories which will stay immortal for life.



Come away my love

by Anna Anita

A Call To God
“What God Thinks About Love”



The Plato Collection

by Plato

“Philosophy is a series of footnotes to Plato.” The original freethinker, Plato strove to teach his students to think for themselves. He was not, in fact, promoting a specific vision of the world with his dialogues. Plato created a set of instruction manuals for training a brain to think philosophically. 

The Plato Collection features:

Alcibiades I
Lysis
Laches
Charmides
Protagoras
Lesser Hippias
Gorgias
Meno
Euthyphro
Apology
Crito
Symposium
Phaedrus
The Republic
Phaedo
Cratylus
Ion
Euthydemus
Menexenus
Parmenides
Theaetetus
Sophist
Statesman
Philebus
Timaeus
Critias
Laws



PHILOSOPHY COURSE: A BIT ABOUT PHILOSOPHY.

by NITIN KANANI

Many people has the notion that enlightenment is one state. Many also believe that when it is attained, a person is forever in that state.
The following is not a definitive article on this subject. It is just an expression of my own thoughts.



izonshoutohandansarerusinkijun (Japanese Edition)

by makino hiro

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Síntesis de una empatía: Bergson y Manzano
La universidad y los jesuitas (Xipe totek 108) (Spanish Edition)

by Jorge Manzano Vargas

En este número, continúa el análisis de Jorge Manzano sobre las objeciones que varios filósofos hacen a la crítica de Bergson sobre la idea de la nada. Por otra parte, desde un abordaje de la experiencia de la angustia en Hegel, Kierkegaard y Heidegger, Irving Josaphat Montes observa que a la “contemplación de la libertad absoluta le es inherente la contemplación de la nada absoluta”. Continuamos, además, con la publicación de las conferencias sobre la universidad del vi Encuentro del Humanismo y las Humanidades. Luis García Orso, sj, presenta su comentario sobre Una pastelería en Tokio. Cerramos edición con la primera parte de la investigación de Karina de Santiago, Ana María Villalobos y Elías Iván García, que reconstruye el largo camino recorrido por el Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional en el campo de las luchas indígenas desde 1994 hasta las actividades recientes del Congreso Nacional Indígena.



Say Goodbye to Procrastination: Your Guide to Achieving More in Life and No More Delay

by Katlyn Chan

ARE YOU LOOKING TO ACHIEVING MORE IN LIFE? THEN THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU!

It is the reality that life is short and we only have a limited amount of time in our hands. By having only a set number of years associated with our lives, a question arises what do you really want to do with it. A lot of people waste their time just thinking about what they want to do and end up doing nothing at all. This is one of the most prominent issues of the modern lifestyle that we often don’t have time to figure out what is important and how we should pursue it.

A lot of people in the modern society are unhappy and unsatisfied with what they have. They don’t like their jobs and feel like they are wasting their time. One of the best ways of getting rid of this feeling or worthlessness is by working on achieving your goals rather than just thinking about it. In this book, the focus is on the task of how to get motivated enough to stop procrastinating and getting things done. This book presents a five-step mechanism which you can follow to achieve your goals. By following these steps, you can start working on the things that you want in life instead of just thinking about them.

The very first step is setting up a goal. Without a definite goal in mind, life is meaningless and you won’t be able to achieve anything in it. Talking about a goal often results in demotivation and people lose interest in it so it is better if you just write your goal down somewhere set a target date and start working to achieve it.

“A genius without a road map will get lost in any country but an average man with a road map will find their way to any destination” so the next important step is having a game plan on how you will achieve the goal that you have set. By keeping in mind, the important questions such as how, why, when and where you can make a road map to achieve your set goals.

The third step to follow is making a system. A system is anything that will help you get closer to your goal. It can be a set of detailed methods, a procedure, routine or activity that you carry out that will ultimately get you closer to your destination. As the goals of every individual are different and unique so it is necessary that you create your own system template. The more efficient your system is, the more quickly you will achieve your goal.

The fourth step is probably the most important step of all. This step is called energy or enthusiasm. Everything that you have done so far will be lost if you don’t have enough energy or motivation to work on achieving your goals.

Self-honesty is the fifth and last step of this plan. You are your best critique and it is important that you constantly self-analyze yourself and look on how close or further away you are from achieving your goals. Self-honesty is extremely important in this regard because if you keep on lying to yourself, you will never be able to achieve anything in life.

GET THIS BOOK NOW AND EMBARK ON YOUR JOURNEY OF ACHIEVING MORE IN LIFE!



The picture-book for a worried adult (English 2nd Edition)

by TAD SUZUKI

This is a picture-book for those who are worried about something.
It contains 8 pictures and 8 sayings.
The pictures are all painted by the author who has studied art in the U.K.
Some sayings are those which philosophers once said, and the others are those which the author considers.



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