The Meaning of Life: Insights of the World's Great Thinkers
Rodopi, 1994 - 282 páginas
The book aims to present the wisdom of sages, great thinkers, renowned writers, and philosophers, of many countries and time periods, in their own words, regarding life. The book also aims to place the numerous quotations from these sources in a structured organization, with introductory and explanatory comments and comparisons. Main Topics or Fields - See Organization or Principal Parts.
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What Is the Basic Nature of Plants
What Is It About Us That Is Uniquely
Who Am I and What Am I?
Is Will Defeated by Causality Fate
The Deepest Questions About the Quality Meaning
Is There Meaning in Our Lives? If
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