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    • The Mystical Heart of Islam: Rumi and Sufism

    • By: David Christopher Lane - editor, F. Hadland Davis
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 55 mins
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    This is an abridged edition of a classic text on Rumi and Sufism which was first published in London in 1920 under the title The Persian Mystics and authored by F. Hadland Davis. This special edition contains selections from the poetry of Rumi. Also included is an analysis of Sufism and the concept of love. Edited by Professor David Christopher Lane, PhD.

    Regular price: $3.95

    • Inner Speech and the Dialogical Self

    • By: Norbert Wiley
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 8 hrs and 32 mins
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    Inner speech, also known as self-talk, is distinct from ordinary language. It has several functions and structures, from everyday thinking and self-regulation to stream of consciousness and daydreaming. Inner Speech and the Dialogical Self provides a comprehensive analysis of this internal conversation that people have with themselves to think about problems, clarify goals and guide their way through life.

    Norbert Wiley shrewdly emphasizes the semiotic and dialogical features of the inner speech, rather than the biological and neurological issues. He also examines people who lack control of their inner speech — such as some autistics and many emotionally disturbed people who use trial and error rather than self-control — to show the power and effectiveness of inner speech.

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    • By Robin Debreuil on 05-01-18

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    • 101 Amazing Facts About the Royal Family

    • By: Jack Goldstein, Frankie Taylor
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 30 mins
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    Are you a fan of the modern generation of royals? How much do you know about the lives of Prince William; his wife, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge; and the rest of the royal family? In this fascinating audiobook, narrator Jason Zenobia talks us through over 100 facts about royals both past and present, covering areas such as traditions of the monarchy, kings and queens from history, the royal family today and much more. So no matter how much or how little you currently know, this is the perfect book for you.

    Regular price: $4.25

    • All About: Extraordinary Egyptians

    • All About., Book 1
    • By: P S Quick
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 36 mins
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    This fantastic audiobook describes what life was like for the ancient Egyptians, with an in-depth account of all aspects of the people of the time, and how they lived their daily lives. It includes many amazing facts about the pharaohs, mummies, the pyramids, hieroglyphics, and much more!

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    • 101 Amazing Facts About Fish

    • By: Jack Goldstein
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 24 mins
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    How long do you think the courtship dance between two seahorses can take? Which fish is thought to be responsible for the tales of giant sea serpents? How long is a large shark's gestation period? And when is a beaver a fish? In this fascinating audiobook, narrator Jason Zenobia talks us through over 100 amazing facts about fish...so if you're ready to find out which fish the Romans used as a recreational drug and in which American states it is illegal to get a fish drunk, this is the perfect audiobook for you!

    Regular price: $3.72

    • Sri Japji Sahib

    • By: Guru Nanak
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 46 mins
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    This is an English translation of Guru Nanak's famous Sri Japji Sahib, which was originally written in Gurmukhi script. This is rightly regarded as one of the world's great spiritual classics. It is uplifting and universal in its message of love and devotion. 

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    • Secrets of Project Management Using Microsoft Project!

    • By: Andrei Besedin
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 53 mins
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    As a project manager using Microsoft Project is something you can’t escape throughout your career years. Many people think what MS Project does is just to create a list of things to do, come up with a network diagram or Gantt chart for their project. This is far from the truth. It is a project management tool with the right blend of flexibility, power, and usability which ensures you effectively and efficiently manage projects.

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    • 101 Amazing Facts About the Movies: Volume 1

    • By: Jack Goldstein
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 21 mins
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    Which Star Wars actor hated the film so much that he said the dialogue was ‘a load of old rubbish’? How many days did it take for The Hunger Games to become Lionsgate’s biggest ever grossing film? What cost more to make - the 1997 film Titanic or the ship itself? And what colour are Dorothy’s slippers in the book? In this fascinating audiobook, narrator Jason Zenobia talks us through over 100 amazing facts about the movies, including sections covering filming problems, money issues, cameo appearances, props and more.

    Regular price: $7.63

    • Four Scientists Who Changed the World: From Astronomy to Physics to Geology to Biology

    • By: David Christopher Lane
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 3 hrs and 38 mins
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    I recently came upon an old book entitled Famous Men in Science by Sarah Knowles Bolton that was first published in 1889. In her enjoyable and easy to read text, Bolton provides a glimpse of 14 distinguished thinkers, ranging from such luminaries as Carl Linnaeus to Louis Agassiz. Since the book is not readily available, here at the MSAC Philosophy Group we thought it might be helpful to select four biographies from Famous Men in Science and republish them in a new and readable format.

    Regular price: $14.95

    • 101 Amazing Facts About Insects

    • ...and Other Arthropods
    • By: Jack Goldstein
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 19 mins
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    Which do you think is greater: the combined weight of all the insects in the world or all the humans? How many flowers does it take to provide the pollen for a pound of honey? What is the most venomous insect in the world? And how many dust mites are there inside your mattress right now? In this fascinating audiobook, narrator Jason Zenobia answers all of these questions and more as he talks us through over 100 amazing facts about insects and arthropods, looking in detail into their incredible world.

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    • Evolution & Natural Selection: August Weismann on Darwin and Lamarck

    • By: August Weismann, Professor David Christopher Lane PhD - editor
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 2 hrs and 36 mins
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    August Weismann is regarded by many biologists, including Ernst Mayr from Harvard University, to be second only to Charles Darwin for progressing our understanding of evolution by natural selection. In this book, excerpted from the larger commemorative tome Darwin and Modern Science, edited by A. C. Seward and others, Weismann tackles many of the difficult questions confronting natural selection. In the process, Weismann offers a penetrating critique of Lamarck and provides the listener with rich and robust understanding of evolutionary theory. 

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    • The Library of Consciousness

    • Exploring Evolutionary Epistemology
    • By: David Lane, Andrea Diem-Lane
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 2 hrs and 42 mins
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    One of the most significant discoveries of modern science is that the world we perceive around us is not as it appears. Rather, neuroscience, evolutionary biology, and quantum physics have demonstrated that our day-to-day reality is a relative construct, built upon a scaffolding of information bits that betray their real origin and causation.  

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    • 101 Amazing Facts About the Movies: Volume 2

    • By: Jack Goldstein
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 22 mins
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    For how many of his James Bond film appearances did Sean Connery wear a wig? What are the Wookiee costumes in Star Wars made from? How did Rocky earn enough money to open up a pet shop in the original script for the first film in the series? And how many times are the words ‘Elm Street’ spoken in the first Nightmare on Elm Street film? In this fascinating audiobook, narrator Jason Zenobia talks us through over 100 amazing facts about the movies, including sections covering original endings, props, costumes, James Bond and much more.

    Regular price: $7.63

    • When the Sun Became the Center: How Copernicus Transformed Astronomy

    • By: Dorothy Stimson
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 2 hrs and 53 mins
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    Essentially, most religions believe they already have the revealed truth and thus all future discoveries must, in some sense, comport with that revelation. Otherwise, the very core of such belief systems can be upended. Witness Christianity's reliance on the Bible and Islam's total acceptance of the Koran. Science, in contrast, doesn't hold to such priori dogmas, and thus is a new and open-ended quest for understanding how the universe operates. Because of this it is consistently free to being wrong and hence it is intrinsically progressive.  

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    • 101 Amazing Facts About the Movies: Volume 3

    • By: Jack Goldstein
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 24 mins
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    Which object will you find somewhere in every single scene of Fight Club? Which movie was filmed under the alias Blue Harvest: Horror Beyond Imagination? Why did the directors of The Shawshank Redemption have to find a maggot that had died of natural causes? And which main Disney character has the least number of spoken lines in their film? In this fascinating audiobook, narrator Jason Zenobia talks us through over 100 amazing facts about the movies, including sections covering everything from the Academy Awards to stunts, Harry Potter and more! So whether you’re a longtime movie buff or simply love a bit of trivia, then this is the audiobook for you!

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    • Player Piano by Kurt Vonnegut Summary & Analysis

    • By: Adam Barnes
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 30 mins
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    Player Piano is the first novel by American writer Kurt Vonnegut, published in 1952. It depicts a dystopia of automation, describing the negative impact it can have on quality of life. The story takes place in a near-future society that is almost totally mechanized, eliminating the need for human laborers. This widespread mechanization creates conflict between the wealthy upper class - the engineers and managers who keep society running - and the lower class, whose skills and purpose in society have been replaced by machines.

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    • My Life and Love Are One: Quotations From the Letters of Vincent Van Gogh to His Brother Theo

    • By: Vincent Van Gogh
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 22 mins
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    This insightful look into one of mankind's favorite artists traces the magic and melancholy of Vincent Van Gogh. Out of Vincent's letters to his brother Theo, as collected by Irving Stone, we have selected an exciting and sensitive series of quotations. The quotations in My Life and Love Are One revolve around three themes - love, art, and turmoil. Centered around emotion and creation, Vincent's writing and philosophy is as expressive as his art.

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    • Irony and Meaning in the Hebrew Bible

    • Indiana Studies in Biblical Literature
    • By: Carolyn J. Sharp
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 13 hrs and 39 mins
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    Was God being ironic in commanding Eve not to eat fruit from the tree of wisdom? Carolyn J. Sharp suggests that many stories in the Hebrew Scriptures may be ironically intended. Deftly interweaving literary theory and exegesis, Sharp illumines the power of the unspoken in a wide variety of texts from the Pentateuch, the Prophets, and the Writings. She argues that reading with irony in mind creates a charged and open rhetorical space in the texts.

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    • The Plague by Albert Camus- Summary & Analysis

    • By: Scott Anderson
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 29 mins
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    The Plague is considered an existentialist classic, despite Camus' objection to the label. The narrative tone is similar to Kafka's, especially in The Trial, whose individual sentences potentially have multiple meanings, the material often pointedly resonating as stark allegory of phenomenal consciousness, and the human condition.

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    • Inner Visions and Running Trains

    • Baba Faqir Chand and the Tibetan Book of the Dead
    • By: David Christopher Lane
    • Narrated by: Jason Zenobia
    • Length: 30 mins
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    Surprisingly, one of the more lucid insights on the philosophy of the Tibetan Book of the Dead comes from a Hindu mystic, named Baba Faqir Chand, who apparently was not familiar with the original Tibetan text or its English translation. Although Faqir was not conversant with the Bardo Thotrol, he was nevertheless steeped in its philosophy as taught to him by his guru, Shiv Brat Lal of Gopiganj. Faqir Chand, like his lama counterparts, spent much of his life in meditation, attempting to consciously go through the dying process in order to prepare himself for his final exit.

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