Pesonalities I Admire: Bertrand Russell

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] Bertrand Arthur William Russell (b.1872 – d.1970) was a British philosopher, logician, essayist and social critic best known for his work in mathematical logic and analytic philosophy. His most influential contributions include his defense of logicism (the view that mathematics is in some important sense reducible to logic), his refining

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The Christian Challenge: The Druids, The Templars and The Woman Pope

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] by W H Uffington Ten years ago I began a story based on the historical King Arthur. I wanted to start the book with Joseph of Arimathea bringing the young Jesus to Britain, so that I could show how Celtic beliefs might have influenced Jesus, whose in turn eventually influenced

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In our Daily Life Quotations are so Essential

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] Use quotations at strategically selected moments. You have probably been told by teachers to provide as much evidence as possible in support of your thesis. But packing your paper with quotations will not necessarily strengthen your argument. The majority of your paper should still be your original ideas in your

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Writing a Great Novel-The Secret Every Writer Needs to Know

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] There’s nothing more important to writing a successful novel than identifying the key problem of the story. This article shows how easy it is. Every writer wants to write a great novel, but not every writer knows the secret that can make the difference between a successful novel and a

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