By Robert Arp
A chic addition to the profitable “1001” series—a finished, chronological advisor to crucial ideas from the best minds of the previous 3,000 years.
1001 principles that modified the way in which We Think is a entire consultant to the main fascinating and imaginitive innovations from the best minds in historical past. starting from the traditional knowledge of Confucius and Plato to today’s state of the art thinkers, it bargains a wealth of stimulation and entertainment for everybody with a curious mind.
Within the pages of this e-book you can find a large choice of solutions to the nice, everlasting questions: How used to be the universe created and what's where of people inside of it? How should still someone dwell? and the way will we construct a simply society? 1001 rules that modified the way in which We Think additionally features a host of hypotheses which are awesome for his or her sheer weirdness—from the concept that of the transmigration of souls to parallel universes and the theoretical paradoxes of time go back and forth (what occurs if you happen to shuttle again in time and kill your individual grandfather?).
Discover how the Greek thinker Zeno “proved” a flying arrow by no means strikes; how glossy technology has proven butterfly’s wing can fan the flames of an Atlantic hurricane; and the mathematical facts of the lifestyles of existence in different galaxies. The inspirational rules explored right here diversity from Gandhi’s thought of civil disobedience to Henry David Thoreau’s compliment of the easy lifestyles and Mary Wollstonecraft’s groundbreaking advocacy of women’s rights. The booklet additionally covers a wide selection of way of life techniques, akin to “rational gown” and naturism, and cultural activities together with Neoclassicism, Surrealism, and Postmodernism.
Supported by way of a wealth of notable illustrations and illuminating quotations, 1001 principles that modified the best way We Think is either an in-depth heritage of principles and a delightfully browsable resource of leisure.
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