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Ante Oculos - Epicurus and the Evidence-Based Life by Cassius Amicus
The Tripod of Truth by Cassius Amicus
Lion of Epicurus - Lucian and His Epicurean Passages by Cassius Amicus
On Three Legs We Stand by Cassius Amicus
The Same Span of Time by Cassius Amicus
A Gay Humanist Manifesto By Alan Keslian
Modern Buddhism - Volume 1 Sutra by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
Modern Buddhism - Volume 2 Tantra by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
Modern Buddhism - Volume 3 Prayers by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso
If God Were a Space Alien by James A. Hamilton
In Pursuit of a Rational God by Anthony Dias Souza
How to Be Free by Joe Blow
Logological Fragments by J.J. Loe
An Introduction to the Corps of Marine Trained Messiahnists!  Mike Knowles
Forall x: an introduction to Formal Logic by P.D. Magnus
Psycho-practices in Mystical Traditions from the Antiquity to the Present by Andrey Safronov
Tao Te Ching - Lao Tzu - A Modern Paraphrase by John McDonald
Takers Economy: An Inquiry into Illegal File Sharing - Christopher Stewart
Cyclopedia of Philosophy - Sam Vaknin
Guru Vachaka Kovai - Sri Ramana Maharshi
Sri Ramanopadesa Noonmalai - Sri Ramana Maharshi
Happiness and the Art of Being - Michael James
Positive Thinking & The Meaning Of Life
Seeking Aswers 9.2 edition by Ming Lou
Bhagvad Gita:Treatise of Self-help BS Murthy
The God Factor For Success And Contentment - Nitin Srivastava
Software and Mind - Andrei Sorin
Hubs that Provoke. By Roy T James Bridges for honest skeptics. By Joel Lntz

Our philosophy books include Ante Oculos, Epicurus And The Evidence-Based Life by Cassius Amicus; here's an excerpt from this free book: 'In order to arrive at truth in any new matter we must always start with those things for which we already have a clear view. We must then reason by analogy, by proportion, and by similar methods to compare the evidence about those things that are uncertain with those things that we do know to be true. Starting with those things that are directly before our eyes, we then apply that knowledge to those things which are distant ...