Invisible Power: A Philosophical Adventure Story

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Xlibris Corporation, 2005. nov. 21. - 179 oldal
We human beings have made the human world. If we dont like it, we can change it. Invisible Power is the story of an international conspiracy whose aim is to re-make the human world. They are planning a revolution, not in the streets, but in our minds. It is the story of an exceptional young man who gets involved in the conspiracy and who sees it as a possible way to pursue his own ideas and ideals. We inhabit a natural world that we share with all other living species. But the human species has a strange species-characteristic. We have the power to think and to communicate our thinking. The human world is the world we have made by thinking and talking to each other. The human world is our second habitat. Philosophy is thinking about thinking, especially thinking about the reality that we make by thinking about our two worlds, natural and human. So Invisible Power is not only the story of a conspiracy. It is also a philosophical analysis of the making of the human world that we inhabit today. It uncovers the reality behind the everyday reality that we take for granted. We can all make the effort to discover the reality-behind-the-reality. And that means that, if we want, we cal all help in the task of making a better human world. Why not? Join the conspiracy!

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Speaking Parts
11
Speaking Parts by chapter
13
Allusions Explained by chapter
15
Paris
17
London
20
New York
22
Antigua
25
London
31
Bavaria I The Task
49
Bavaria II The Truth
53
Suffolk I He is Coming
58
Suffolk II He Came
62
Cambridge
67
Paris I They Came
72
Paris II War of the Words
79
Invisible College
85

Brandenburg
35
Berlin
38
Sutherland
42
London
43
Berlin
45
Paris
47
The Valley of the Shadow
93
Optimism Now
98
Apocalypse Soon
103
Xray of a Human Reality
107
Genome of a Human Reality
157
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Philip Allott is Professor Emeritus of International Public Law in the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. From 1960 to 1973 he was a Legal Adviser in the British Foreign & Commonwealth Office and a Member of Her Majesty’s Diplomatic Service. He was the Legal Adviser, British Military Government, Berlin, and Legal Counsellor, Office of the British Permanent Representative to the European Communities, Brussels. He is a Barrister (Gray’s Inn) and a Fellow of the British Academy.

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