FREE notes for A-level students! A FREE A-level textbook on Religion and Science and a cheaply re-issued book on Buddhism! Just come and look around!
The autumn colours have been spectacular this year - especially here at the National Arboretum at Westonbirt.
In my view, most of the arguments presented in the Philosophy of Religion do not get to grips with the nature of religion because they tend to identify it with a set of propositions to be believed, rather than an overall experience of life. Why has this happened? Click on the photo to download a pdf of my blog post on this.
National identity in a cosmopolitan world?
Is it possible to be cosmopolitan, think globally, and yet also be patriotiic or at least have a sense of national or social identity? I am exploring some of the issues related to this in my latest blog post.
Just click on my Union Jack cupcake to be taken to the blog, but please do come back and look at the other stuff afterwards!
Sometimes you just have to keep thinking however intractable the problem seems to be!
It's arrived, and it's FREE on this website!
(The book is now available in two different formats. You can open it as a web page, where you can use the navigation, copy and paste text for teaching purposes, and search for what interests you. But you can also download it as a (hefty 13 meg) pdf file, to save and read on screen or on your Kindle.)
Click on the cover for more information.
To see my range of books on Philosophy, Ethics and Religion...
Why not just Google it?
Why might you benefit from using one of my Teach Yourself books rather than just getting information from Google when you want to get into a new subject?
For my answer to this: Click here.