Posts Tagged ‘ Brendan Myers ’

Loneliness and revelation

Jun 7th, 2018 | By

This book by Pagan philosopher Brendan Myers explains the nature of loneliness, why the usual solutions fail, and offers a philosophical and spiritual solution. Here are some videos about the book… Brendan reading from Chapter one more insights here…   Buy the book here – Book Depository Amazon US Amazon UK Barnes & Noble Indiebound

Circles of Meaning, Labyrinths of Fear

Jan 10th, 2018 | By

Brendan Myers has written a selection of very fine books exploring philosophical subjects from a Pagan perspective. He’s a very accessible author tackling big ideas in entirely digestible ways. In this video, he talks to Nadiya Shah about his book Circles of Meaning Labyrinths of Fear: The twenty-two relationships of a spiritual life and culture –

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Reviews for Reclaiming Civilization

Dec 3rd, 2017 | By

Published in August 2017, Reclaiming Civilization asks what civilization is, and is it a good thing? It’s a name for the most glorious of humanity’s monuments and cultural achievements; yet it also speaks of the conquests, oppressions, and empires which make their glory possible. In this book, philosopher Brendan Myers explains the essence of civilization,

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Philosophical inspiration

Aug 5th, 2017 | By

In the opening to his new book, Reclaiming Civilization, Brendan Myers writes… “I am grateful to the people of KĹ™eniÄŤná, in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic, who in July of 2015 graciously let me share in their village life while I explored the ideas laid out in this book. I’m grateful to the Reidinger family, who gave

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Brendan Myers videos

Jul 31st, 2017 | By

Brendan Myers writes about philosophy, environmental ethics, history of ideas, spirituality, urban fantasy fiction, and game design. After earning his Ph.D in philosophy from the National University of Ireland, Galway, Myers’ ideas have been featured by the Pacific Business and Law Institute, the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, the BC Civil Liberties Association, and the Order of

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Pagans Reclaiming Civilization

Jul 27th, 2017 | By

What is civilization, and is it a good thing? Author Brendan Myers is a Pagan and philosopher. Reclaiming Civilization is his sixth title at Moon Books, and it officially releases at the end of August. At first glance, this might not seem like an overtly Pagan title – from the city on the cover it

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Clear and Present Thinking

Jan 31st, 2017 | By

Normally, we don’t promote books we aren’t publishing, but this is an exceptional book for exceptional times, so we thought you should know about it. Clear and Present Thinking, by Brendan Myers, is going to second edition, with the intention of adding more contributors. It is a a free college-level textbook in logic and critical thinking.

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Circles of Meaning, Labyrinths of Fear – an excerpt

Jun 15th, 2016 | By

Circles of Meaning, Labyrinths of Fear, By Brendan Myers The twenty-two relationships of a spiritual life and culture – and why they need protection. This excerpt is taken from early in the book… The Labyrinth of Fear Our world is utterly saturated with fear. We fear being attacked by religious extremists, both foreign and domestic. We

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Mystic Living Today

Nov 16th, 2015 | By

For a while now, we’ve been sharing content with the website Mystic Living Today, who have been generous in their support. Here’s a list of Moon Books articles and excerpts you can read – links included for ease of following through.   Articles Honouring the Ancestors, by Nimue Brown. Nature Mystic – Rebecca Beattie Living

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Author Spotlight: Brendan Myers

Jul 24th, 2015 | By

With five books to his name, and an informed philosophical approach to his work, Brendan Myers is an influential, contemporary Druid author who has been with Moon Books since the imprint launched. Brendan Cathbad Myers’s interest in mythology and ethics was inspired by Celtic storytelling and culture, taught to him by his Irish parents as

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