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Old 06-06-2010, 04:25 PM   #37
FlorenceArt
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Is that an old series? The name sounds familiar. Who does it?
I forgot to answer the question about the date: it's not new, the DVD says it's from 2004.

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Most of my haphazard reading has been through trawling the Web rather than books.
But I liked Christmas Humphrey's books on Buddhism (e.g. "Buddhism: an introduction and guide"), and also "What Buddhists Believe" by Elizabeth J. Harris.

But I'm a humble learner on the subject, maybe in two or three lifetimes I'll start to have a fuller understanding.
Thanks for the references, I"ll look them up

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I'm kinda new to this philosophy thing and was hoping for some help.
I've read Nietzsche and Bishop Fulton Sheen.
I am particularly interested in anything concerning human evil.
Any reading recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
You could start with the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, a great online ressource. Also, SneakySnake mentioned this book recently. Not sure it's the kind of thing I would read myself, but there you go
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