Thoughts on Man, His Nature, Productions and Discoveries
"Thoughts on Man, His Nature, Productions and Discoveries" is a sensational novel that focuses on human attitudes. It is a compilation of author's research work and depicts his keen observation and precise analysis of idiosyncratic values and preferences. The author argues human as any other creature on the earth and takes him as specimen for his study. Worth reading!
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OF BODY AND MIND
OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF TALENTS 22 ESSAY III OF INTELLECTUAL ABORTION
OF THE DURABILITY OF HUMAN ACHIEVEMENTS AND PRODUCTIONS
OF THE REBELLIOUSNESS OF MAN
OF HUMAN INNOCENCE
OF THE DURATION OF HUMAN LIFE
OF HUMAN VEGETATION
OF YOUTH AND AGE
OF LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP
OF FRANKNESS AND RESERVE
OF SELFCOMPLACENCY 459 ESSAY XX OF PHRENOLOGY
OF THE MATERIAL UNIVERSE 583 ESSAY XXIII OF HUMAN VIRTUE THE EPILOGUE
OF IMITATION AND INVENTION 246 ESSAY XI OF SELFLOVE AND BENEVOLENCE 278 ESSAY XII OF THE LIBERTY OF HUMAN ACTI...
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