For a Kinder, Gentler Society
On Destiny
A Philosophical Dialogue
  • Nicholas J. Pappas
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On Destiny . A Philosophical Dialogue
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Philosopher Nick Pappas invites us to join the conversation as a few wise friends explore what it takes to live a meaningful life, to produce meaningful art, and to support others in their own efforts to fulfill their potential.

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Nicholas J. Pappas, author of several books with Algora, graduated with honors in English Language and Literature from the University of Chicago and earned a Law degree at Harvard University. He has written over 100 philosophic dialogues as well as many short stories and poems.

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How do we make the most of our lives? Is there a meaning, a goal, a purpose? Is it all a matter of chance or do we each have a destiny that beckons? Can we knowingly move toward it, and can we choose to avoid it?

From the rational,...
How do we make the most of our lives? Is there a meaning, a goal, a purpose? Is it all a matter of chance or do we each have a destiny that beckons? Can we knowingly move toward it, and can we choose to avoid it?

From the rational, logical perspective on one hand, and that of intuition, passion and inspiration on the other, different characters address these questions over a series of exchanges that encourage us to pause, taking a deeper look at how we're living our lives and shaping who we are.
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Pages 220
Year: 2016
BISAC: PHI000000 PHILOSOPHY / General
BISAC: PHI007000 PHILOSOPHY / Free Will & Determinism
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