Light on the Horizon: The Joy and Challenge of Real Ideas
A succinct and powerful collection of wisdom, " Light On The Horizon" is drawn from some of the finest literature of the past 2,500 years. Nicholson presents 52 quotes from poets, philosophers, scientists, and novelists, each followed by thought-provoking discussion. This book captures seminal ideas across the range of human experience, from Plato to Benjamin Franklin, Lao Tzu to Mark McGwire.
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The Conduct of Life
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