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By: Giordano Bruno (1548-1600)

Book cover The Heroic Enthusiasts (Gli Eroici Furori) Part the First An Ethical Poem

By: Thomas Ellwood (1639-1714?)

Book cover The History of Thomas Ellwood Written By Himself

By: W. Tudor (William Tudor) Jones (1865-1946)

Book cover An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy

By: Mabel Anne McKee (1886-)

Book cover The Heart of the Rose

By: Henry More (1614-1687)

Book cover Democritus Platonissans

By: Richard Johnson (1753-1827)

Book cover Address to the Inhabitants of the Colonies, established in New South Wales And Norfolk Island

By: Lawrence Thomas Cole (1869-)

Book cover The Basis of Early Christian Theism

By: Edward Grey Grey of Fallodon (1862-1933)

Book cover Recreation by Viscount Grey of Fallodon, K.G.

By: John Graham Brooks (1846-1938)

Book cover The Conflict between Private Monopoly and Good Citizenship

By: W. R. Washington (William Robert Washington) Sullivan

Book cover Morality as a Religion An exposition of some first principles

By: Father Vincent de Paul (1768-1853)

Book cover Memoir of Fr. Vincent De Paul; religious of La Trappe

By: Tito Vignoli (1828-1914)

Book cover Myth and Science An Essay

By: Frank Crane (1861-1928)

Book cover 21

By: Henry F. (Henry Frey) Lutz

Book cover To Infidelity and Back

By: Andrew P. (Andrew Preston) Peabody (1811-1893)

Book cover A Manual of Moral Philosophy

By: Arthur William Robinson (1856-1928)

Book cover God and the World A Survey of Thought

By: J. Cameron (James Cameron) Lees (1834-1913)

Book cover Life and Conduct

By: Henry Longueville Mansel (1820-1871)

Book cover The Philosophy of the Conditioned

By: Marguerite Bernard and Edith Serrell

Deer Godchild by Marguerite Bernard and Edith Serrell Deer Godchild

A young New-Yorker of twelve heard an appeal for the Fatherless Children of France and his heart was touched. He had no money, but he resolved to give his spare time and his utmost energy to support a "kid in France." The French child needed ten cents worth of extra food each day, in order to grow up with strength and courage. The little American godfather earned those ten cents; he sold newspapers at the subway entrance, after school hours, and undertook an amazing variety of more or less lucrative odd jobs...

By: Alfred Lawson (1869-1954)

Book cover Born Again

"I doubt that anyone who reads [Born Again] will ever forget it: it is quite singularly bad, with long undigestible rants against the evils of the world, an impossibly idealistic Utopian prescription for the said evils, and - as you will have gathered - a very silly plot." - oddbooks.co.ukAlfred Lawson was a veritable Renaissance man: a professional baseball player, a luminary in the field of aviation, an outspoken advocate of vegetarianism and economic reform, and the founder of a pseudo-scientific crackpot philosophy called Lawsonomy...

By: Ray Woodward

Book cover For Auld Lang Syne

By: Victor Mapes (1870-1943)

Book cover Heart and Soul by Maveric Post

By: James Hayden Tufts (1862-1942)

Book cover The Ethics of Coöperation

By: Helen Ekin Starrett (1840-1920)

Book cover Letters to a Daughter and A Little Sermon to School Girls

Helen Ekin Starrett, journalist, mother of two daughters, grandmother of seven granddaughters and teacher to many young girls at the Starrett School for Girls offers lessons in life and religion to girls about to "pass out from the guardianship of home into life with its duties and trials".

By: Various

Short Nonfiction Collection by Various Short Nonfiction Collection

A collection of ten short essays or other short nonfiction works in the public domain.

By: Sir Edwin Arnold (Translator) (1832-1904)

Bhagavad Gita by Sir Edwin Arnold (Translator) Bhagavad Gita

One of the world’s most valued scriptures, the Bhagavad Gita is a Hindu scripture which is a part of the Indian epic Mahabharata. Undeniably, it is also one of the most important texts in the history of literature and philosophy. The scripture offers a guide on how to achieve a self-sufficient life and clarification of Indian theology. Written in the form of a poetic dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna, the piece is comprised of 700 verses. It depicts the relationship between man and God, a divine purpose, and the omnipresence of God that serves to reward good...

By: Unknown

The Dhammapada by Unknown The Dhammapada

The Dhammapada is is a Buddhist scripture, containing 423 verses in 26 categories. According to tradition, these are verses spoken by the Buddha on various occasions, most of which deal with ethics. It is is considered one of the most important pieces of Theravada literature. Despite this, the Dhammapada is read by many Mahayana Buddhists and remains a very popular text across all schools of Buddhism. – Excerpted from Wikipedia

By: Mikhail Bakunin (1814-1876)

God and the State by Mikhail Bakunin God and the State

Bakunin’s most famous work, published in various lengths, this version is the most complete form of the work published hitherto. Originally titled “Dieu et l’état”, Bakunin intended it to be part of the second portion to a larger work named “The Knouto-Germanic Empire and the Social Revolution” (Knouto-Germanic Empire is in reference to a treaty betwixt Russia and Germany at the time), but the work was never completed. (from book introduction)

By: Various

Soren Kierkegaard, Various Readings by Various Soren Kierkegaard, Various Readings

The writings listed here represent books about Soren Kierkegaard. A fragment of his work, On the Dedication to "That Single Individual", has made it to the public domain. Who was Soren Kierkegaard? He was a Danish philosopher and religious author; b. Copenhagen May 6, 1813; d. there Nov. 11, 1855. His father, Michael, a clothing merchant, once cursed God when he was young. This one incident caused him so much distress that it affected him with a deep melancholy, which he transferred to poor Soren...

Poems and Prose for the Departed by Various Poems and Prose for the Departed

This is a collection of short poems and readings, both religious and secular, on death and bereavement.

By: Genevieve Behrend (1881-1960)

Your Invisible Power by Genevieve Behrend Your Invisible Power

Genevieve Behrend was a teacher of Mental Science, a New Thought discipline created by Thomas Troward (1847- 1916). Your Invisible Power, published in 1921, is her first and most famous book. It is a guide to the use of visualization and other mental processes in life enhancement and the achievement of personal goals.

By: David Friedrich Strauss (1808-1874)

Book cover The Life of Jesus Critically Examined

Strauss was an early pioneer in the ongoing 'Quest of the Historical Jesus' held amongst New Testament scholars, and his Life of Jesus is one of the few landmarks in the field. The first edition of Strauss' book was published in Germany in 1835 when he was only 27 years old, and which by 1840 had gone through four editions. He focused his attention on battling two theological fronts which were current at the time - the traditional Orthodox who believed the miracles in the Gospels were to be taken as literal, yet supernatural, history; and the Rationalists, who believed that the Gospel miracles were all true but could be explained by natural and purely physical causes...


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