A. Parthasarathy is an internationally acclaimed philosopher with a multi-disciplined academic base including post-graduation from London University. He has researched for over sixty years on the state of human beings and focused on the imperative need to revive, rehabilitate the human intellect. His dedicated service has resulted in four distinct achievements:
He has published nine books which present ancient philosophical teachings and wisdom of thinkers from the East and West. Three of them have earned bestselling status.
Founded in January 1988 in Malavli Hills, near Mumbai, India. It offers three-year residential courses designed to build the intellect and instil higher values of life in students from India and abroad.
His discourses have captivated audiences the world over for more than fifty years. And widely acclaimed by prestigious universities, institutions and organizations.
He has been a distinguished resource of the Young Entrepreneur’s Organisation (YEO), Young President’s Organisation (YPO), World President’s Organisation (WPO), World Economic Forum and multinational corporations round the world.
Logically Fallacious is one of the most comprehensive collections of logical fallacies with all original examples and easy to understand descriptions, perfect for educators, debaters, or anyone who wants to improve his or her reasoning skills.
"Expose an irrational belief, keep a person rational for a day. Expose irrational thinking, keep a person rational for a lifetime." - Bo Bennett
Parents: This means that you have a window of opportunity to speak to your kids about not drinking, and to have your words make a difference!
Of course, the big question is “how?” That’s where we come in. The Illinois Liquor Control Commission—as part of our new Talk It Up! Campaign—has put together this tip book on ways to start the conversation with your eighth grader…and keep it going.
Our best advice is to make talking about alcohol not THE talk, but an ongoing discussion.
What follows are some ways to do that.
Our second piece of advice? Start today. It is never too early to talk with your child or teen about drinking. Never.