Published March 2000
by Hackett Publishing Company .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
Indispensable for every home, library, and office, The Knowledge Book distills thousands of years of humankind’s most significant ideas and achievements— explains how they are linked and why they are important—and packs everything into a single, irresistibly readable volume. The richly illustrated pages burst with essential facts from all major fields of knowledge: science, technology, philosophy, art, /5(79). It's a half-decent reference book, but The Knowledge Book only supplies a general description of its matters. It's not in depth, but that's kind of the point, I suppose. It skims over the basics of cosmology, geology, zoology, human biology, chemistry, technology, mathematics, political systems, law, economy, religions, philosophy, psychology, art, architecture, literature, music, and film/5. Books shelved as general-knowledge: A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson, Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari, The. The Knowledge Book is an energy total comprising all the sacred frequencies given to our planet, plus a new energy from the Omega dimension that has never been disclosed to us before. Each of the 62 chapters is also an energy and frequency total on its own, connected to different dimensions.
Your knowledge is grouped into Books. Share Knowledge. Receive instant updates and alerts. Access your notes anywhere and know they're secure View pages on your phone, tablet, or computer. Notes are automatically synced and encrypted across all devices. Pricing = Free. Knowledge of coexistence would provide detailed information about features of the natural world that occur together in our experience, but this scientific knowledge is restricted by our ignorance of the real essences of substances; the best we can do is to rely upon careful observations of the coincidental appearance of their secondary qualities and powers. Get this from a library! Substantial knowledge: Aristotle's metaphysics. [C D C Reeve] -- "Aristotle's theory of substance is commonly viewed nowadays as an inconsistent amalgam of different accounts, developed at different times." "In a clear and engaging style, C.D.C. Reeve's. A description of the book in Dr. Willard’s own words: This book deals with the disappearance of morality from the accepted fields of knowledge over the last one hundred years. Thus it deals with a historical and social phenomenon, but one that is substantially philosophical.