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The Story of English in 100 Words
David Crystal
State of the World 2013: Is Sustainability Still Possible?
The Worldwatch Institute
Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge
Edward O. Wilson
Selected Poems
John Keats, John Barnard
Complete Works
Plato, C.J. Rowe, Stanley Lombardo, Paul Woodruff, J.M. Edmonds, John M. Cooper, Paul Ryan, Dorothea Frede, Alexander Nehamas, Anthony Kenny, Rosamond Kent Sprague, Nicholas D. Smith, Karen Bell, D.S. Hutchinson, Donald J. Zeyl, Francisco J. Gonzalez, Diskin Clay, Malcolm
Fear of Knowledge: Against Relativism and Constructivism
Paul Boghossian
An Historical and Critical Dictionary Translated Into English with Many Additions and Corrections Made by the Author Himself
Pierre Bayle
Great Paintings
Karen Hosack, Angela Wilkes
Shelley's Nature Poems
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Philosophy of Biology: An Anthology
Alex Rosenberg (Editor), Robert Arp (Editor)
The Story of My Life - Helen Keller Reading Helen Keller remind us what it means to be human , to live and to love , How could a blind-deaf girl learn to speak five languages while we still use our cell phones to remind us of an important event or to make simple calculations , how could she read poetry in these five languages while we can`t read a poem of Shakespeare by heart .
the most important thing in this story , that it reminds us how STUPID and SILLY we are .
A quot of Nietzsche came to my mind while reading this story
“He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how ”