Download The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Sex by Brian D. Earp (.PDF)

The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Sex and Sexuality by Brian D. Earp, Clare Chambers, Lori Watson (Routledge Handbooks in Philosophy)
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Overview: This Handbook covers the most urgent, controversial, and important topics in the philosophy of sex. It is both philosophically rigorous and yet accessible to specialists and non-specialists, covering ethics, political philosophy, metaphysics, the philosophy of science, and the philosophy of language, and featuring interactions with neighboring disciplines such as psychology, bioethics, sociology, and anthropology.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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The volume’s 40 chapters, written by an international team of both respected senior researchers and essential emerging scholars, are divided into eight parts:

I. What is Sex? Is Sex Good?
II. Sexual Orientations
III. Sexual Autonomy and Consent
IV. Regulating Sexual Relationships
V. Pathologizing Sex and Sexuality
VI. Contested Desires
VII. Objectification and Commercialized Sex
VIII. Technology and the Future of Sex

The broad scope of coverage, depth in insight and research, and accessibility in language make The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Sex and Sexuality a comprehensive introduction for newcomers to the subject as well as an invaluable reference work for advanced students and researchers in the field.

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Women Of Faith Their Untold Stories Revealed by Rhonda Branch Yearby
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Overview: One of the key elements in your faith journey is learning to reflect on what you have learned and how you plan to apply it to your daily life. In Rhonda Branch Yearby’s new book Women of Faith: Their Untold Stories Revealed, you will learn how writing can enrich and guide your journey in new and exciting ways.–– Miss Kay Robertson, Matriarch and Star of A & E’S DUCK DYNASTY & DUCK COMMANDER, Is featured with her never before testimony about her faith walk of marriage & family She also generously does the Foreword. To write is to explore, and one thing we can all agree on is the exploration of faith is a facet of life that should be explored and understood. Rhonda Branch Yearby will show you how writing can help you learn the scope and depth of your faith and how that knowledge can change your world.
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Do Good Works: Am I Doing What I Was Made to Do? by Stephen Blandino
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Overview: Am I doing what I was made to do? That question spans every generation, like a permanent fixture in the landscape of our future. We desperately want to make our lives count, but we often find ourselves trapped in a holding pattern of frustration and disappointment.

Maybe that’s how you feel. Maybe what is doesn’t look anything like the what if you dreamed of in earlier years. Or maybe you’re just beginning your journey, but you’re franticly searching for direction so that you can make the biggest impact with your life. Regardless of which end of the spectrum you find yourself on, the same question haunts you: Am I doing what I was made to do? But it doesn’t have to go unanswered.
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The Holistic Witch: Connecting with Your Personal Power for Magickal Self-Care by Shawn Robbins & Leanna Greenaway
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Overview: The authors of the bestselling Wiccapedia and creators of the successful Modern-Day Witch series provide the ultimate guide to self-care witchcraft—holistically tapping into the magick of nature and the elements to care for your body, mind, and spirit.

This in-depth guide helps you harness nature’s magick to soothe and calm your body and soul. Topics include giving your life a magickal spring clean—from cleansing your aura and chakras to smudging away negative energies; casting spells for harmony, good sleep, and protection; blending magickal herbs to use in rituals, with an A–Z directory of herbs and flowers; potions, lotions, and oils to pamper the soul and promote self-love; magickal affirmations for your beauty routine; spiritual self-care, from practicing gratitude to calming your senses with aromatherapy; magickal meditation; and house and garden magick to create a peaceful home environment.
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Spirit Weaver: Wisdom Teachings from the Feminine Path of Magic by Seren Bertrand
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Overview: The Womb is the seat of our primal power and intuition—our "wild knowing." Spirit weavers are those who have heard this wild voice from within and have followed that call—embarking on a grail quest to follow the feminine path of magic, awaken to the depths of their soul, and embody their true feminine essence.
Inviting you onto the spiral path of the Spirit Weaver, Seren Bertrand shares wisdom teachings and rituals from the feminine path of magic and her own ancestral lineage of old European witches and faery folk, spirit keepers and story weavers.
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• Explains how to awaken your spiritual Womb to find strength within and how to reclaim your softness and vulnerability as a feminine superpower
• Explores Earth Magic, the Moon Mysteries, Flower of Life teachings, Dragon wisdom, the shamanic powers of grief, the feminine archetypes of the Witch and the Priestess, and powerful goddesses from around the world
• Reveals sacred spaces in the world where the power of the Goddess lives on

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The Path of Elemental Witchcraft: A Wyrd Woman’s Book of Shadows by Salicrow
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Overview: A Book of Shadows is a witch’s sacred journal, filled with personal experiences and the intimate working of spells. In this practical guide to elemental witchcraft, Salicrow invites you into her personal Book of Shadows, detailing hands-on techniques, spells, and rituals to work with the magic of the four elements—Water, Earth, Air, and Fire. She presents teachings on each element through the lens of different schools of magic, such as divination, healing, protection, manifestation, and enchantment. Within each of these elemental teachings is a series of progressive lessons, including a personal story from the author’s lifetime of magical practice paired with a technique for you to explore.

For the Water witch, she explores scrying, engaging with undines, weather protection, fairy glamour, and healing with kitchen spells. For the Earth witch, she describes reading the bones, animal messengers, listening to plants, crystal grids, and shadow work. For the Air witch, she looks at communicating with sylphs and crows, divination through clouds and wind, sonic magic and healing, spell accelerants, and smudging. For the Fire witch, she examines the Djinn, the magical hearth, fire divination, candle work, and sex magic. For all the elements, she explores how to build elemental altars and customize the ceremonies and rituals.

Sharing intimate examples and practices to help you progressively develop the skills of witchcraft, Salicrow invites you to create your own personal Book of Shadows as you forge a magical relationship with the natural world.
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Download Der Kosmische Code by Zecharia Sitchin [GER] (.PDF)

Der kosmische Code: Das Wissen der Götter enthüllt by Zecharia Sitchin
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Overview: In seinem jüngsten Werk befasst sich Zecharia Sitchin mit der Schöpfung der Menschheit – und beschreibt den Code, den die Baumeister von den Sternen verwendeten, um unsere Rasse zu erschaffen.

Vor vielen Jahrtausenden leitete eine Rasse außergewöhnlicher Wesen die Evolution des Lebens auf der Erde – und bestimmte damit die Existenz und Natur der Menschheit, so wie wir sie heute kennen. Der Beweis für das Genie dieser allmächtigen und allwissenden Wesen findet sich noch heute in den mysteriösen Monolithbauten bei Stonehenge und in einer merkwürdigen, aber äußerst bedeutsamen Struktur konzentrischer Steinkreise auf den Golan-Höhen in Israel – beides Zeichen umfassender astronomischer Kenntnisse, die diesen Wesen zu eigen waren. Indem sie dem Menschen beibrachten, den Himmel zu beobachten, hinterließen sie uns den »Kosmischen Code«.

Sitchin greift auf uralte, präbiblische sumerische Texte zurück und enthüllt die eigentliche Natur von Prophezeiungen und historischen Tatsachen, die so lange aufgrund von Missverständnissen und Unglauben im Verborgenen lagen – den »Kosmischen Code«.
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Liturgy and Personality by Dietrich von Hildebrand
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Overview: The principal point of the book you are about to read is that the liturgy of the Church decisively shapes a healthy personality. Hildebrand insists throughout the text that the primary purpose of the liturgy is not to form the personality but to give proper praise to God, the supreme value. Nevertheless, precisely by ordering human beings to thoroughly to God, the liturgy does in fact, as a derivative effect, contribute to their flourishing.
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Revamp: Writings on secular Buddhism by Winton Higgins
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Overview: A living tradition, Buddhism began as a way of working with the difficulties we all face as mortal, vulnerable, conscious beings. Its founder imbued this practice with an ethic of care, and teachings we can use today to interpret our experience and as a guide to full human flourishing.

Since the Buddha’s death, the dharma has been expressed in many ways in different cultural settings, and often these border crossings enriched it. But when the dharma appeared in religious guise, it became burdened with cosmic beliefs, its practice regimented, and was used as an instrument of social control, stifling the freedom at its heart.

Secularity encourages a search for the good life in today’s circumstances, not as prescribed by timeless myths. As part of the process of the dharma putting down roots in the west, secular Buddhism offers the vitality of the early dharma, free of religious distortions.

Winton Higgins tracks the emergence of secular Buddhism with a focus on today’s climate emergency and intensifying social injustice that cry out for radical socioeconomic and political change. The ethic of care that underpins a creative dharma practice, he suggests, calls on us to bring our training to bear on these urgent tasks.
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Strange New World: How Thinkers and Activists Redefined Identity and Sparked the Sexual Revolution by Carl R. Trueman
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Overview: From Philosophy to Technology, Tracing the Origin of Identity Politics

How did the world arrive at its current, disorienting state of identity politics, and how should the church respond? Historian Carl R. Trueman shows how influences ranging from traditional institutions to technology and pornography moved modern culture toward an era of “expressive individualism.” Investigating philosophies from the Romantics, Nietzsche, Marx, Wilde, Freud, and the New Left, he outlines the history of Western thought to the distinctly sexual direction of present-day identity politics and explains the modern implications of these ideas on religion, free speech, and personal identity.

For fans of Trueman’s The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self, this ebook offers a more concise presentation and application of some of the most critical topics of our day. Individuals and groups can work through the book together with the Strange New World Study Guide and Strange New World Video Study, sold separately.
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