Timelessness and the Reality of Fate What is Fate

Philosophy

Harun Yahya, “Timelessness and the Reality of Fate: What is Fate?”
Global Political Theory edited by David Held, Pietro Maffettone
The Paradigm: The Ancient Blueprint That Holds the Mystery of Our Times by Jonathan Cahn
The Moral and Political Philosophy of Immigration : Liberty, Security, and Equality
Material Inscriptions: Rhetorical Reading in Practice and Theory by Andrzej Warminski

Harun Yahya, “Timelessness and the Reality of Fate: What is Fate?”

2001 | pages: 128 | ISBN: 8178980142 | PDF | 1,5 mb

Description from the publisher:
How was matter and time created from nothingness? What does the Big Bang theory signify about the creation of the universe? How can a time slice of centuries in our view be a single moment in another dimension? What is the parallelism between Einstein’s Theory of Relativity and the Qur’anic verses. All of these questions are answered in this book where it is described that time and matter are not absolute truths but mere perceptions

Global Political Theory edited by David Held, Pietro Maffettone

English | September 26, 2016 | ISBN: 074568517X, 0745685188 | EPUB | 304 pages | 0.6 MB

Philosophers have never shied away from interrogating the nature of our obligations beyond borders. From Hobbes to the international lawyers Grotius, Pufendorf, Vattel, and of course Kant, modern philosophy has always attempted to define the nature and shape of a just international order, and the types of mutual obligations members of different political communities might share. In today’s hyper-connected world, these issues are more important than ever and have been an impetus to a political theory with global scope and aspirations.
Global Political Theory offers a comprehensive and cutting-edge introduction to the moral aspects of global politics today. It addresses foundational aspects of global political theory such as the nature of human rights, the types of distributive obligations that we have toward distant others, the relationship between just war theory and global distributive justice, and the legitimacy of international law and global governance institutions. In addition, it features analyses of key applied moral debates in global politics, including the ethical aspects of climate change, the moral issues raised by the mobility of financial capital, the justness of different international trade regimes, and the implications of natural resource ownership for human welfare and democratic political rule. With contributions from leading scholars in the field, this accessible and lively book will be essential reading for students and teachers of political theory, philosophy and international relations.

The Paradigm: The Ancient Blueprint That Holds the Mystery of Our Times by Jonathan Cahn

English | September 19, 2017 | ISBN: 1629994766, 1629994790, ASIN: B071196VDR | AZW3 | 272 pages | 4.2 MB

This May Be the Most Explosive and Amazing Thing You’ve Ever Read
Is it possible that there exists an ancient master blueprint that holds the secret behind the events of our times?
Could this blueprint lie behind the rise and fall of leaders and governments?
Could events that took place nearly 3,000 years ago now be determining the course of our world and with it the course of our lives?
Could ancient figures from the Middle East hold the key to the leaders of our own day, what they do, when they rise, and when they fall?
Is it possible that this ancient paradigm has determined not only the events of modern times but also their timing—even down to the exact dates?
Could a mystery from the ancient Middle East have foretold the outcomes of current events more accurately than any poll or expert—even the outcomes of presidential elections?
Has this mystery even touched the events of your life?
Does the paradigm reveal what will take place in the future?
And does it contain a warning critical for every person in this generation?
Prepare to be stunned, shocked, illuminated, and amazed. The Paradigm will reveal secrets and mysteries taking place all around you and show you what you never could have imagined. Jonathan Cahn, who caused an international stir with his New York Times best-selling book The Harbinger, will take you from the ancient Middle East to the news of the modern world on a journey you will never forget. As you open up The Paradigm, his most explosive book yet, you may never see your world the same way again.

The Moral and Political Philosophy of Immigration : Liberty, Security, and Equality

English | 2017 | ISBN: 1498508510 | 158 Pages | PDF | 5.5 MB

In The Moral and Political Philosophy of Immigration: Liberty, Security, and Equality, Jose Jorge Mendoza argues that the difficulty with resolving the issue of immigration is primarily a conflict over competing moral and political principles and is thereby, at its core, a problem of philosophy. Establishing the necessity of situating the public debate on immigration at the center of philosophical debates on liberty, security, and equality, this book brings into dialog various contemporary philosophical texts that deal with immigration to provide some normative guidance to future immigration policy and reform.
As a groundbreaking work in social and political philosophy, it will be of great value not only to students and scholars in these fields, but also those working in social science, public policy, justice studies, and global studies programs whose work intersects with issues of immigration.

Material Inscriptions: Rhetorical Reading in Practice and Theory by Andrzej Warminski

English | June 30, 2013 | ISBN: 0748681221 | EPUB | 288 pages | 2.5 MB

A new work of scholarship in the ‘practice’ of rhetorical reading. This monograph provides readings of literary and philosophical texts that work through the rhetoric of tropes to the material inscription at the origin of these texts. The book focuses on the practice and pedagogical value of rhetorical reading. Its readings follow an itinerary from poetic texts (such as those by Wordsworth and Keats) through theoretical or philosophical texts (by Descartes and Nietzsche) to narrative fiction (by Henry James).
The book also contains two essays on Paul de Man and literary theory and an interview on the topic of Deconstruction at Yale.” All three of these latter texts are explicitly about the inescapable function and importance of the rhetoric of tropes for any critical reading or literary study worthy of the name.As Andrzej Warminski demonstrates, ‘rhetorical reading’ is a species of ‘deconstructive reading’-in the full ‘de Manian’ sense-but one that, rather than harkening back to a past over and done with, would open the texts to a different future.