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Is Life a Concept? - Eerie, Jim
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: Pichu Press, 38 Seiten, L=129mm, B=198mm, H=2mm, Gew.=45gr, [GR: 26100 - TB/Naturwissenschaften/Technik allg.], [SW: - Philosophy], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Is there a division in the universe between the living and the non-living? There is almost certainly such a division in your world (a conceptual division arising from the way you perceive and interact with the world). By interacting with the universe you create your world. I create my world. A bat creates its world. A dolphin creates its world. A bee creates its world. The world that you create is similar to the world that I create; this is because you and I are similar parts of the universe. Is the conceptual division between life and non-life a division which exists in the universe? Or, is it something which solely exists in your world? In this book the author considers why life is solely a concept, outlines the difference between world-creators and non-world creators, and claims that humans may have the ability to turn parts of the universe which are non-world creators into world creators. Is there a division in the universe between the living and the non-living? There is almost certainly such a division in your world (a conceptual division arising from the way you perceive and interact with the world). By interacting with the universe you create your world. I create my world. A bat creates its world. A dolphin creates its world. A bee creates its world. The world that you create is similar to the world that I create; this is because you and I are similar parts of the universe. Is the conceptual division between life and non-life a division which exists in the universe? Or, is it something which solely exists in your world? In this book the author considers why life is solely a concept, outlines the difference between world-creators and non-world creators, and claims that humans may have the ability to turn parts of the universe which are non-world creators into world creators.

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Is there a division in the universe between the living and the non-living? There is almost certainly such a division in your world (a conceptual division arising from the way you perceive and interact with the world). By interacting with the universe you create your world. I create my world. A bat creates its world. A dolphin creates its world. A bee creates its world. The world that you create is similar to the world that I create; this is because you and I are similar parts of the universe. Is the conceptual division between life and non-life a division which exists in the universe? Or, is it something which solely exists in your world? In this book the author considers why life is solely a concept, outlines the difference between world-creators and non-world creators, and claims that humans may have the ability to turn parts of the universe which are non-world creators into world creators. Jim Eerie, Books, Religion and Spirituality, Is Life A Concept? Books>Religion and Spirituality Is there a division in the universe between the living and the non-living? There is almost certainly such a division in your world (a conceptual division arising from the way you perceive and interact with the world). By interacting with the universe you create your world. I create my world. A bat creates its world. A dolphin creates its world. A bee creates its world. The world that you create is similar to the world that I create; this is because you and I are similar parts of the universe. Is the conceptual division between life and non-life a division which exists in the universe? Or, is it something which solely exists in your world? In this book the author considers why life is solely a concept, outlines the difference between world-creators and non-world creators, and claims that humans may have the ability to turn parts of the universe which are non-world creators into world creators.

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Jim Eerie,Paperback, English-language edition,Pub by Cranmore Publications Books Books ~~ Body Mind & Spirit~~ Spirituality ~~ General Is-Life-a-Concept~~Jim-Eerie Cranmore Publications Is there a division in the universe between the living and the non-living? There is almost certainly such a division in your world (a conceptual division arising from the way you perceive and interact with the world). By interacting with the universe you create your world. I create my world. A bat creates its world. A dolphin creates its world. A bee creates its world. The world that you create is similar to the world that I create; this is because you and I are similar parts of the universe. Is the conceptual division between life and non-life a division which exists in the universe? Or, is it something which solely exists in your world? In this book the author considers why life is solely a concept, outlines the difference between world-creators and non-world creators, and claims that humans may have the ability to turn parts of the universe which are non-world creators into world creators.

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Is Life a Concept?

Is there a division in the universe between the living and the non-living? There is almost certainly such a division in your world (a conceptual division arising from the way you perceive and interact with the world). By interacting with the universe you create your world. I create my world. A bat creates its world. A dolphin creates its world. A bee creates its world. The world that you create is similar to the world that I create; this is because you and I are similar parts of the universe. Is the conceptual division between life and non-life a division which exists in the universe? Or, is it something which solely exists in your world? In this book the author considers why life is solely a concept, outlines the difference between world-creators and non-world creators, and claims that humans may have the ability to turn parts of the universe which are non-world creators into world creators.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781907962431
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1907962433
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2011
Editeur: Pichu Press
38 Pages
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781907962431

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