thomas paine

thomas paine

From Nomad to Monad

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This book is intended to be quick, short and random at times, illustrating ideas in short, simple and unequivocal manner as much as possible. You can start reading this book in any order you wish, or with the first subject that will catch your attention. It is a diverse book discussing, Mathematics, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology and Ancient History. The main intention for this book is to act as an introduction, to a deeper and complete series of books that I have enjoyed reading immensely. It is the story of our universal cosmic voyage, the one that started in its Alpha point and journeying to its Omega point. This book is dedicated to two supreme grand monads, Maximilien Robespierre and Thomas Paine. Free Download: https://archive.org/details/FromNomadToMonadC.GSaliby The attempt for this small book was a matter of principle, after reading hundreds of papers and books about this great Philosopher and almost none gave Leibniz an atom of what he deserved based on his Merits. I even noticed that some books written on Leibniz are very deceiving, it was as if they were captivating all the negatives and laying them in books. Establishing all their arguments thoughtlessly on some of what Bertrand Russell once said. What triggered me the most was naming Leibniz‟s Philosophy a fairy tale, as if they total understood the intricacy of this Mathematical Philosophical Genius. I can‟t remember the countless argument I had with book authors about this issue, until one day I was told if you don‟t like what we write, write your own, so here I am. Free Download: https://archive.org/details/TheUniversalGenius Music by: E.S. Posthumus - Pompeii E.S. Posthumus was an independent music group that produced film trailer style music. Their music is inspired by the Pythagorean philosophy which states that "music is the harmonization of opposites; the conciliation of warring elements". The E.S. is an acronym for "Experimental Sounds" while Posthumus is a Dog Latin word that is meant to represent "all things past".