Metaphysics: Ontology, New Age, Free Will, Soul, Natural Law, Meaning of Life, Noumenon, Particular, Unity Church, Extension, Huna, Actual Infinity, Philosophy of Mind, Simulated Reality, Mahmoud Khatami, Free Will in Antiquity

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General Books LLC, Jun 25, 2011 - Philosophy - 166 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 165. Chapters: Ontology, New Age, Free will, Soul, Natural law, Meaning of life, Noumenon, Particular, Unity Church, Extension, Huna, Actual infinity, Philosophy of mind, Simulated reality, Mahmoud Khatami, Free will in antiquity, Philosophy of space and time, Two-stage model of free will, Personal identity, Philosophy of Spinoza, Dilemma of determinism, Other, Supervenience, New Thought, Religious Science, Law of Attraction, Sufi metaphysics, Psychonautics, InfiniteQuest, Duration, Biocentrism, Stoic Categories, Church of Divine Science, Temporal parts, Evil daemon, Intuition, Index of metaphysics articles, Principle of individuation, Oppression, Simple, John Demartini, Event, Metaphysical Society of America, Eternity of the world, Cosmology, Creative visualization, Philosophical theology, Frankfurt counterexamples, Universality, Accident, Jewish Science, Growing block universe, Freedom of action, Primary/secondary quality distinction, Marcus Fronius, Human spirit, Doctrine of internal relations, Meta-ontology, Will to live, Universal mind, Truth-value link, Gunk, Face-to-face, Clinamen, Body, Formal distinction, Morris Lichtenstein, The Philosophical Library, Material substratum, Reflexive monism, Container space, Inherence, Quiddity, Gerardus Everardus Tros, Philosophy of Organism, Metametaphysics, Body hopping, Relational space, Impenetrability, Metaphysical politics, Categories of the understanding, Participation, Species, Universal reason, Involution. Excerpt: The meaning of life constitutes a philosophical question concerning the purpose and significance of life or existence in general. This concept can be expressed through a variety of related questions, such as "Why are we here?," "What is life all about?," and "What is the meaning of it all?" It has been the subject of much philosophical, scientific, and theological spe...

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