HomeFactopediaBrainoffsRankingsCommunityLog In
You know 0 facts


Great Non Fiction - Religion Philosophy and Psychology

Your overall rating on Great Non Fiction - Religion Philosophy and Psychology =
0%
Your best rally score on Great Non Fiction - Religion Philosophy and Psychology = 0 facts

Play Fact Master on Great Non Fiction - Religion Philosophy and Psychology    

Challenge Friends to a Brainoff on Great Non Fiction - Religion Philosophy and Psychology    

Play a Rally Game on Great Non Fiction - Religion Philosophy and Psychology    



Non Fiction Titles relating to Religion, Philosophy and Psychology which are notable in some way eg best sellers, award-winning or otherwise significant

62 facts:

Albert Camus
   wrote   
The Myth of Sisyphus
1942 "Le Mythe de Sisyphe" A philosophical essay in which Camus introduces his philosophy of the absurd: man's futile search for meaning, unity and clarity in the face of an unintelligible world devoid of God and eternal truths or values.
Aldous Huxley
   wrote   
The Doors of Perception
1954 book detailing his experience with mescaline; takes its title from Blake's The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
Arthur Koestler
   wrote   
The Ghost in the Machine
NF Psychology. Koestler's central assumption is that humanity's atavistic brain areas will lead it to self-destruction. The Police named their 1981 album, Ghost in the Machine after this book.
Bertrand Russell
   wrote   
The Problems of Philosophy
Betty Friedan
   wrote   
The Feminine Mystique
1963. Philosophy
Blaise Pascal
   wrote   
Pensées
Defense of the Christian religion by the renowned 17th century philosopher and mathematician
Carl Jung
   wrote   
Psychological Types
1921
Carl Jung
   wrote   
Two Essays on Analytical Psychology
1928
Dale Carnegie
   wrote   
How to Win Friends and Influence People
1936. Psychology
David Hume
   wrote   
A Treatise of Human Nature
1739, examined the naturalistic psychological basis of human nature
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross 
   wrote   
On Death and Dying
1969. Psychology
Eric Hoffer
   wrote   
The True Believer
1951 social psychology, deals with fanaticism
Francis Bacon
   wrote   
Novum Organum
Argues for inductive reasoning from fact to axiom to physical law, 1620
Friedrich Nietzsche
   wrote   
Beyond Good and Evil
1886. 'Beyond Good and Evil: Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future'. Philosophy
G. E. Moore
   wrote   
Principia Ethica
1903; with Russell and Wittgenstein, one of the founders of the analytic tradition in philosphy
Georg Wilhelm Hegel
   wrote   
The Philosophy of Right
1820, Hegel's statement of his moral, legal, social and political philosophy
Henri Bergson
   wrote   
An Introduction to Metaphysics
1903 essay that explores the concept of reality
Henry David Thoreau
   wrote   
Walden
"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears the beat of a different drummer"
Immanuel Kant
   wrote   
Critique of Judgement
Immanuel Kant
   wrote   
Critique of Pure Reason
1781, considered one of the most influential works in the history of philosophy
Immanuel Kant
   wrote   
Perpetual Peace and Other Essays
Jean-Paul Sartre
   wrote   
Being and Nothingness
1943. 'Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology'. Philosophy
John Calvin
   wrote   
Gallic Confession of Faith
C. 1559; aka, French Confession of Faith, or Confession de La Rochelle
John Dewey
   wrote   
Experience in Education
Exploration of the necessary interrelationship between democracy and education
John Gray
   wrote   
Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus
1993. Psychology
John Locke
   wrote   
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding
1690, one of the principal sources of empiricism in modern philosophy
John Locke
   wrote   
A Letter Concerning Toleration
1689
John Stuart Mill
   wrote   
On Liberty
Argues for individual liberty against "the tyranny of the majority
John Stuart Mill
   wrote   
Utilitarianism
Outlines an ethical theory, published in 1863
Karl Barth
   wrote   
The Word of God and the Word of Man
Collection of eight lectures by one of the most important theologians of the 20th century
Lao-Tzu
   wrote   
Tao Te Ching
Considered the founder of Taoism
Lucretius
   wrote   
On the Nature of Things
Epic philosophical poem laying out the beliefs of Epicureanism; BCE work rediscovered in Florence in 1417
Ludwig Wittgenstein
   wrote   
Philosophical Investigations
Marcus Aurelius
   wrote   
The Meditations
Written in Greek between 170 and 180, represents Stoic philosophy
Martin Buber
   wrote   
I and Thou
1923
Martin Heidegger
   wrote   
Being and Time
1962
Martin Heidegger
   wrote   
What Is Metaphysics?
Mortimer Adler
   wrote   
How to Think About God
1981
Paul Tillich
   wrote   
The Courage to Be
Existentialism, philosophy of religion, 1952
Paul Tillich
   wrote   
Dynamics of Faith
1927
Pierre Teihard De Chardin
   wrote   
The Phenomenon of Man
1955
Rabindranath Tagore
   wrote   
The Religion of Man
Ethics, Indian philosophy, philosophy of religion, 1931
Ralph Waldo Emerson
   wrote   
Nature
Along with other essays, represent the Transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century
Reinhold Niebuhr
   wrote   
The Nature and Destiny of Man
Christian interpretation, from the Gilford Lectures, 1941
René Descartes
   wrote   
Discourse on the Method
Introduction to Essais, published in 1637
René Descartes
   wrote   
Meditations on First Philosophy
1641
René Descartes
   wrote   
Passions of the Soul
Last of his works, 1649; theorizing about human passions and emotions
René Descartes
   wrote   
Principles of Philosophy
Intended as a textbook to replace Aristotelian textbooks of the time
Robert Fulghum
   wrote   
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
1988. 'All I really need to know I learned in kindergarten : uncommon thoughts on common things'. Life
Robert Graves
   wrote   
The White Goddess
1948 book on the nature of poetic myth-making lying behind various pagan mythologies
Saint Augustine of Hippo
   wrote   
The City of God
Christian philosophy from the early 5th century AD
Saint Thomas Aquinas
   wrote   
Summa Contre Gentiles
Philosophical theology; first transcribed, c. 1265-1273; English translation, 1911-1921
Saint Thomas Aquinas
   wrote   
Summa Theologica
Presents reasoning for almost all points of Christian theology; 1265-1274
Sigmund Freud
   wrote   
Civilization and Its Discontents
1930
Sigmund Freud
   wrote   
The Interpretation of Dreams
1913. Pyschology. Original title: 'Die Traumdeutung' 1899
Simone De Beauvoir
   wrote   
The Second Sex
1949. Philosophy
Soren Kierkegaard
   wrote   
Fear and Trembling
Stephen R. Covey
   wrote   
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
1989. Psychology
Thomas Hobbes
   wrote   
Leviathan
1651
Thomas Merton
   wrote   
Zen and the Birds of Appetite
Essays and a dialogue with D. T. Suzuki, 1968
William James
   wrote   
Pragmatism
A New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking, 1907
William James
   wrote   
The Variety of Religious Experience
A Study in Human Nature, 1902


Facts contributed by:


emerald125








   About - Terms - Privacy Log In