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Everyday Mysteries: A Handbook of Existential Psyc&hellip by Emmy Van Deurzen
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5.0 out of 5 stars Damn good read, 22 Jan 2012
I neede to get up to speed quickly with Existential philosophy and counselling practice.

I stumbled upon this book and found the sections devoted to many of the key Existential philosophers to be informative, accessible and light enough to allow me to get all heavy. Having started to read this book the nature of the paper I was writing changed and indeed with it a number of areas of my awareness and perception of my world began to change.

The bargepole between existential philosophy and me suddenly dissappeared.

If I had to choose one book to cover as much as possible of this area this would be it.
The Power Station [CD + DVD] ~ The Power Station
The Power Station [CD + DVD] ~ The Power Station
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Get it on!, 14 Sep 2005
Yes its a collaboration between many people. This album was an attempt to make a good, rock solid album which can be played as loud as you like with no pretence and gutsy reach out and touch it production. Palmers vocals are som of his best and drums by yes Chic drummer tony thompson - used by bowie on an album produced by chics very own Nile Rogers, just for the record as it were. This album was produced by bernard edwards also from Chic who played bass on the bowie album (lets dance). If you liked the lets dance classic you may well like this as it features some good honest songs, great musicians and lavish production. For the record 10 times better than arcadia. Buy it and annoy your… Read more

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