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The Reality Of Our Natures And The Nature Of Our Realities The Reality Of Our Natures And The Nature Of Our Realities - TROONATNOOR - cover

The Reality Of Our Natures And The Nature Of Our Realities The Reality Of Our Natures And The Nature Of Our Realities - TROONATNOOR

Markus Rehbach

Publisher: Sound Foundations

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Summary

Introducing The Holistic Philosopher, The Philosopher-Prophet of The Eden Protocols and the new ethics technology, 'The Optimal Ethics Generator' This book offers everything you can expect from Philosophy. It answers many questions you already have, and many that you might never have thought of asking. Yes, it is about the meaning of life, the universe, and everything. This book interrogates The Realities Of Our Nature, And The Nature Of Our Realities TROONATNOOR, providing the basis for a truly holistically informed consent. In the process we de-construct a lot of 'junk' philosophy. 

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