The Tragedy of Great Power Politics

The Tragedy of Great Power Politics, by John J. Mearsheimer (University of Chicago), New York: Norton, 2014 A great and highly interesting study on the subject of international relations, with a specific focus on the power games great nations play on the international scene that have often devastating consequences for the populations of those nations.… Continue reading The Tragedy of Great Power Politics

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Bibliography

Abrams, Jeremiah (Ed.) Reclaiming the Inner Child New York: Tarcher/Putnam, 1990 Anderson, Victor Etheric Anatomy The Three Selves and Astral Travel With Cora Anderson New York: Penguin Arkana, 1993 Albany, CA: Acorn Guild Press, 2004 Arntz, William & Chasse, Betsy What the Bleep Do We Know 20th Century Fox, 2005 (DVD) Down The Rabbit Hole… Continue reading Bibliography

Reviewed Authors

Abrams, Jeremiah Anderson, Victor H. Arntz, William & Betsy Chasse Atkinson, William Walker Boldt, Laurence G. Borg, James Burr, Harold Saxton Butler-Bowdon, Tom Capra, Fritjof Campbell, Herbert James Campbell, Joseph Chopra, Deepak Covey, Stephen R. De Bono, Edward DiCarlo, Russell Dolto, Françoise Dürckheim, Karlfried Graf Eden, Donna Eisler, Riane Eliade, Mircea Emoto, Masaru Evants-Wentz, Walter… Continue reading Reviewed Authors

Introduction

These Book and Media Reviews were written between 2005 and 2015, the result of an effort for making a contribution not only to academia, but more so, to college students around the world who wish to be informed about books that cover the exciting adventure of the paradigm changes in business, science and society that… Continue reading Introduction

Cosmos and Psyche

Cosmos and Psyche: Intimations of a New Worldview, by Richard Tarnas, New York: Plume, 2007. The present book is a very deep cultural analysis that follows the author’s bestseller The Passion of the Western Mind, which I equally reviewed. Abstract In Cosmos and Psyche, distinguished philosopher and cultural historian Richard Tarnas demonstrates the existence of an… Continue reading Cosmos and Psyche

The Passion of the Western Mind

The Passion of the Western Mind: Understanding the Ideas that Have Shaped Our World View, by Richard Tarnas, New York: Ballantine Books, 1991. The present book review is less an evaluation than a testimony. I have nothing to evaluate in regard of the brilliance of this book and its author. It is one of the… Continue reading The Passion of the Western Mind

Addiction, Procrastination, and Laziness: A Proactive Guide to the Psychology of Motivation (Kindle Edition)

A well-written book on the psychology of motivation, well-argued, well-illustrated, well-explained, logical and straightforward. We creators all know that pleasure is so important while we never heard anything about it in our schooling or vocational training. This book explains all the hooks and crannies about pleasure and why pleasure, positive feelings are so important for… Continue reading Addiction, Procrastination, and Laziness: A Proactive Guide to the Psychology of Motivation (Kindle Edition)