Clearly explains the principles and practical applications of Ayurveda, the oldest healing system in the world, through beautifully illustrated text, more than 50 concise charts, diagrams, tables, a glossary and an index. 175 pp.
Finn uses a critical realist understanding of social structures to view both the positive and negative effects of the market as a social structure comprising a long chain of causal relations from consumer/ clerk to factory manager/ seamstress. 173 pp.
Intellectual Entertainments consists of eight dialogues on the nature of the mind and consciousness, thought and thinking, perceptual qualities and ownership of pain. Each dialogue has five participants, some living, some dead and some imaginary who represent different points of view. No philosophical knowledge is presupposed. 226 pp.
This fresh look at the fundamentals of philosophy offers an authoritative yet fun reference book and timeline on the compilation of human knowledge. Includes a 12-page timeline history separately embedded into a back cover flap. 144 pp.
What happens to consciousness during the act of dying? The most compelling answers come from people who almost die and later recall events that occurred while lifesaving resuscitation, emergency care or surgery was performed. These events are now called near-death experiences (NDEs). Their recollections often refute physicians’ scientific explanation of how an oxygen-starved brain can produce such vivid recollections. 169 pp.