A Question For Humanity

A Question For Humanity
Author: Hülya Simga
Publsiher: LIT Verlag Münster
Total Pages: 140
Release: 2019-07
Genre: Equality before the law
ISBN: 9783643910844

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This collection of papers covers subjects from obstacles women face due to cultural understandings to the thoughts of prominent philosophers on certain issues related to the diverse aspects of gender distinction. Taking up a variety of topics related to the problem of discrimination against women, the papers implicate the woman question as a “question for humanity.” Accordingly, the author argues that, to grasp discrimination against women as a problem for humanity is not only critical for the over-all well-being, but more importantly, is inescapable for an adequate conceptualization of the human and hence of human rights.

What God Wants

What God Wants
Author: Neale Donald Walsch
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 240
Release: 2010-12-14
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1439106819

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Be careful. This book is dangerous. It explores with startling freshness the most important question you could ever ask, and offers with breathtaking courage the most extraordinary answer you could ever imagine. That answer is so theologically revolutionary and so spiritually empowering that it could change the course of human history. If embraced, it most certainly will change your life. There are people and institutions in the world, long in place and long in power, that want neither of these outcomes to occur. They would rather that you put this book down right now. It's up to you.

How Human is God

How Human is God
Author: Mark S. Smith
Publsiher: Liturgical Press
Total Pages: 212
Release: 2014-07-07
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780814637845

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Walter Cardinal Kasper has written, “It is time, it is the right time, to speak of God.” This book invites readers to use their God-given ability to work through important questions that many people have about God today: Why is God so angry in the Bible? Is the biblical God male or female (or what)? Who is Satan? Why do people suffer? By exploring the Bible’s answers to these and other biblical questions, people can come to understand better their living and loving God.

Unlimited Beautiful Questions

Unlimited Beautiful Questions
Author: Ali Fowler,Silver Wainhouse
Publsiher: Balboa Press
Total Pages: 248
Release: 2021-07-15
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 9781504324885

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This book of questions is here to help you re-remember and connect to who you really are. Ask yourself one beautiful question a day and listen to your answers. Over 300 questions across 18 categories. Some questions will challenge, others will comfort, and some will—well, go on, just see for yourself! Attitudes & Breakthroughs | Body & Wellness | Change & Growth | Emotions & Self | Fear & Blocks | Imagination & Dreaming | Legacy & Contribution | Life & Lessons | Love & Connection | Money & Abundance | Nature & Senses | Panic & Pandemic | Preferences & Personality | Racism & Humanity | Soul & Spirituality | Success & Productivity | Truth & Story | Values & Choices Unlimited Beautiful Questions is a friend who asks you tough questions and loves you regardless of the answers. She's a must-have for personal, life and mindset coaches, diversity and empathy trainers and women who are stepping into their power and learning who they are. This book is a little sassy! Don't put her on the shelf - she belongs on the stage! In love and questions always. Ali & Silver

101 Questions for Humanity

101 Questions for Humanity
Author: J. Edward Neill
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 112
Release: 2015-03-04
Genre: Imagination
ISBN: 1508733023

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101 Questions for Humanity - The supreme coffee table book for armchair philosophers. Designed to provoke, question, and challenge. Crack the cover open during big parties, small gatherings, or lonely nights on the couch. Once you taste one question, you'll want to devour them all.

The Meaning of Human Existence

The Meaning of Human Existence
Author: Edward O. Wilson
Publsiher: W. W. Norton & Company
Total Pages: 192
Release: 2014-10-06
Genre: Science
ISBN: 9780871404800

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National Book Award Finalist. How did humanity originate and why does a species like ours exist on this planet? Do we have a special place, even a destiny in the universe? Where are we going, and perhaps, the most difficult question of all, "Why?" In The Meaning of Human Existence, his most philosophical work to date, Pulitzer Prize–winning biologist Edward O. Wilson grapples with these and other existential questions, examining what makes human beings supremely different from all other species. Searching for meaning in what Nietzsche once called "the rainbow colors" around the outer edges of knowledge and imagination, Wilson takes his readers on a journey, in the process bridging science and philosophy to create a twenty-first-century treatise on human existence—from our earliest inception to a provocative look at what the future of mankind portends. Continuing his groundbreaking examination of our "Anthropocene Epoch," which he began with The Social Conquest of Earth, described by the New York Times as "a sweeping account of the human rise to domination of the biosphere," here Wilson posits that we, as a species, now know enough about the universe and ourselves that we can begin to approach questions about our place in the cosmos and the meaning of intelligent life in a systematic, indeed, in a testable way. Once criticized for a purely mechanistic view of human life and an overreliance on genetic predetermination, Wilson presents in The Meaning of Human Existence his most expansive and advanced theories on the sovereignty of human life, recognizing that, even though the human and the spider evolved similarly, the poet's sonnet is wholly different from the spider's web. Whether attempting to explicate "The Riddle of the Human Species," "Free Will," or "Religion"; warning of "The Collapse of Biodiversity"; or even creating a plausible "Portrait of E.T.," Wilson does indeed believe that humanity holds a special position in the known universe. The human epoch that began in biological evolution and passed into pre-, then recorded, history is now more than ever before in our hands. Yet alarmed that we are about to abandon natural selection by redesigning biology and human nature as we wish them, Wilson soberly concludes that advances in science and technology bring us our greatest moral dilemma since God stayed the hand of Abraham.

BIG QUESTION Do Humans Need God

BIG QUESTION  Do Humans Need God
Author: E. Asamoah-Yaw
Publsiher: Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages: 264
Release: 2014-08-19
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781499087451

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The Meat Question

The Meat Question
Author: Josh Berson
Publsiher: MIT Press
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2019-10-22
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9780262042895

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A provocative argument that eating meat is not what made humans human and that the future is not necessarily carnivorous. Humans are eating more meat than ever. Despite ubiquitous Sweetgreen franchises and the example set by celebrity vegans, demand for meat is projected to grow at twice the rate of demand for plant-based foods over the next thirty years. Between 1960 and 2010, per capita meat consumption in the developing world more than doubled; in China, meat consumption grew ninefold. It has even been claimed that meat made us human—that our disproportionately large human brains evolved because our early human ancestors ate meat. In The Meat Question, Josh Berson argues that not only did meat not make us human, but the contemporary increase in demand for meat is driven as much by economic insecurity as by affluence. Considering the full sweep of meat's history, Berson concludes provocatively that the future is not necessarily carnivorous. Berson, an anthropologist and historian, argues that we have the relationship between biology and capitalism backward. We may associate meat-eating with wealth, but in fact, meat-eating is a sign of poverty; cheap meat—hunger killing, easy to prepare, eaten on the go—enables a capitalism defined by inequality. To answer the meat question, says Berson, we need to think about meat-eating in a way that goes beyond Paleo diets and PETA protests to address the deeply entwined economic and political lives of humans and animals past, present, and future.