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Title A World of Choice A World of Freedom
Author Gary M. Douglas
Publisher
Release 2018-04
Category
Total Pages 96
ISBN 9781634931557
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Do you realize that every choice you make determines what shows up in your life? A World of Choice, A World of Freedom is about recognizing that only by our choice do we create anything, and that every choice we make creates our reality. So the question becomes: What do you wish to create? Gary talks about how to become brilliant with money, how to choose what works for you, and how to acknowledge what you have chosen, without judgment, so you can expand your capacity for choice, and actualize the future you truly desire. Begin to see what is actually possible for you. Your choice is all it takes to create it. Your choice can create anything.

Moral Freedom by Alan Wolfe

Title Moral Freedom
Author Alan Wolfe
Publisher W. W. Norton & Company
Release 2002
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780393323023
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Focusing on the traditional virtues of loyalty, honesty, self- restraint, and forgiveness, Wolfe (religion and American public life, Boston College) describes the state of contemporary moral thinking in the United States. He describes the struggle for individuals to forge a moral life without guidance from strict conventions. He considers the prevalent attitudes of eight American communities: from San Francisco's Castro district to the small-town environs of Tipton, Iowa, from Lackland Air Force Base to Fall River, Massachusetts. The cover shows shows the subtitle as The search for virtue in a world of choice, while the title page (and Library of Congress) cataloguing show The impossible idea that defines the way we live now. c. Book News Inc.

Freedom Today by Fabio Couto

Title Freedom Today
Author Fabio Couto
Publisher Independently Published
Release 2019-03-10
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 198
ISBN 9781798468654
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the day we are born, we are taught beliefs, values, and adequate behavior. We observe living standards, and we are exposed to common sense. We learn the collectively established meanings of right and wrong, punishment and reward, of failure and pleasure, of success, of happiness. From our earliest days and throughout childhood, our parents, extended family, teachers, friends, religions, and the media start shaping how we see the world and ourselves. Those views--their views--will ultimately go on to determine our aspirations, our judgment, and our perception of value.Meanwhile, dissatisfaction with money, career, physical appearance, love, or any aspect of life, is pandemic in our world today. Are we setting goals too high, aiming for too much? Or do we need increased drive, a push to achieve full human potential? And why do people who seem to have it all, who have clearly made it, struggle with the same sense of unfulfillment? Generalized emptiness and discontent come from a disconnection between our idiosyncratic desires, our individual human essence, and the goals we pursue. We look out to the world to understand how life should unfold and go on a path laid out with absolutely no regard for our individuality. We either suffer with our underachievement, or live paradoxical, empty perfect lives. We are free individuals in a free world but chained to a collective understanding of how our lives should be lived.That is the freedom we all need today, to rise above the collective understanding of good and bad and the script that was written for our lives, to live unrestrained and liberated to connect with our own nature.

Title Ocean of Love or Sea of Troubles
Author Geoffrey Harris
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release 2016-12-22
Category Religion
Total Pages 176
ISBN 149823805X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The title of Dr. Harris' book suggests that life is like a two-sided coin: it can be an Ocean of Love but can also be a Sea of Troubles. The subtitle clarifies this paradox: first, there are many signs of God's reality and activity in the world, and the first section of the book examines ways in which people are aware of God as both a creative and immanent presence in life. The "signs" of God are not philosophical "proofs" but empirical realities accessible to all people. In the second section, the biblical responses to suffering in the world are explored--through both Old and New Testaments. In the third section the writings of two modern apologists, C. S. Lewis and Philip Yancey, are assessed, and then finally there is a chapter of interviews with people who have known suffering in their lives.

Title Existence and the World of Freedom
Author John Daniel Wild
Publisher
Release 1963
Category Existentialism
Total Pages 243
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Freedom of Choice by Dvori Rand

Title Freedom of Choice
Author Dvori Rand
Publisher
Release 2019
Category Identity (Psychology)
Total Pages 558
ISBN 9781600917080
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Three women, behind bars; three women yearing to be free. Rozi, who tried to buy freedom for others and peace for herself at the cost of her own liberty ... Yehudis, struggling to connect with her individuality and feel her own worth as a person, latches on to Rozi and tries to see herself reflected in Rozi's brightness ... Noga, locked in a world of dependency, comfort becoming constraint, the walls collapsing in on her ... Three lives collide, impacting each other, forcing all three to confront their fears and weaknesses, and to move beyond. Three women, so sure they understand the worlds they inhabit, so convinced that there is no way out, are forced to admit that they do not know and that they cannot manage alone" -- Adapted from page [4] of cover.

Freedom s Choice by Anne McCaffrey

Title Freedom s Choice
Author Anne McCaffrey
Publisher Penguin
Release 2013-06-25
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 0698143825
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Abducted by the alien Catteni, Kristin Bjornsen was one of many humans brought to the planet Botany as part of an experiment to see if it could support life. Enslaved and forced to colonize a world not their own, the settlers have accepted Botany as their home—a home worth fighting for… Kristin’s people have learned that the aliens responsible for their imprisonment are merely mercenaries, subjugated by the parasitic Eosi Race, and that Botany is being farmed remotely by some unknown species—a species that may be sympathetic to the colonists’ struggle for freedom. The “Farmers” refuse to join the humans in their rebellion against the Catteni, but they agree to use their technological skills to shield Botany and hide it from its enemies—buying Kristin and the settlers time to build up their forces and liberate their world…

A World of Grace by Leo O'Donovan, SJ

Title A World of Grace
Author Leo O'Donovan, SJ
Publisher Georgetown University Press
Release 1995-09-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 214
ISBN 9781589012288
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Organized as a companion volume to Karl Rahner's master work, Foundations of Christian Faith, this book, now again available, also provides the most useful introduction to his theology as a whole. Each chapter presents a broad commentary on the corresponding chapter of Foundations, beginning with Rahner's method and anthropology and concluding with his theology of the church and eschatology. It includes a separate chapter on Rahner's moral thought. Valuable for classroom or individual use, this volume provides questions for discussion, suggestions for further reading, and an extensive glossary of specialized terminology.

Animal Choice and Human Freedom by Michael Yudanin

Title Animal Choice and Human Freedom
Author Michael Yudanin
Publisher Lexington Books
Release 2020-09-02
Category Philosophy
Total Pages 302
ISBN 1793620199
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Animal Choice and Human Freedom: On the Genealogy of Self-Determined Action, Michael Yudanin argues that describing freedom conceptually is impossible without explaining how it can exist in the world. Yudanin develops an account of freedom’s instantiation in biological agents and provides several prerequisites that are necessary for its exercise. He demonstrates that freedom is linked to the form of life and distinguishes between choice in non-verbal animals and human freedom, where the latter is enabled by the development of language and thus possesses a distinct character. Following this descriptive account, Yudanin explores freedom’s evolutionary history, explaining how it developed in the course of the evolution of species.

Title Freedom and Responsibility in Reproductive Choice
Author J R Spencer
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release 2006-04-03
Category Law
Total Pages 236
ISBN 1847311601
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What responsibilities, if any, do we have towards our genetic offspring, before or after birth and perhaps even before creation, merely by virtue of the genetic link? What claims, if any, arise from the mere genetic parental relation? Should society through its legal arrangements allow 'fatherless' or 'motherless' children to be born, as the current law on medically assisted reproduction involving gamete donation in some legal systems does? Does the possibility of establishing genetic parentage with practical certainty necessitate reform of current legal regimes of parenthood? And what limits, if any, should we set on parental procreative choices in the interests of future children, particularly with regard to genetic engineering and related techniques? These are the questions explored in this book by some of the foremost legal, bioethical and biomedical thinkers. Assembled with a view to assisting the reader to reflect critically on the ongoing social experiment which medically assisted reproduction is today, the essays in this collection highlight what are - and what else might in the nearby future become - possible reproductive options and respond to the difficulties we encounter in assessing these practices and possibilities from our traditional ethical vantage points. Contributions by: Andrew Bainham, Thomas Baldwin, Lisa Bortolotti, John Harris, Martin H. Johnson, Judith Masson, Martin Richards, Alison Shaw, Sally Sheldon, Bonnie Steinbock and Mary Warnock.

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