The Reason for all Existence: How Existence At Its Fundamental Level Works

John Hunt Publishing
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The Reason for all Existence endeavours to explain why there is existence, rather than nothingness, by dissecting the fundamental principles/concepts of all existence, such as infinity, absolute zero and the ideas of good and evil. Familiar, earthly examples of these concepts are used along with their basic descriptions, so that the reader can better see how these concepts work and relate to the entirety of existence. The Reason for all Existence should give individuals a clear idea of the reason why they exist at all, while aiding them to direct their life in a positive way.
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About the author

Davis McLeod is an avid traveller and deep thinker whose studies and research into metaphysics, along with modern religious and scientific debates, have inspired him to pursue some of the most burning questions about existence. He lives in Victoria, Australia.
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Publisher
John Hunt Publishing
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Published on
Dec 12, 2014
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Pages
93
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ISBN
9781782797180
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Language
English
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Genres
Philosophy / Free Will & Determinism
Philosophy / Good & Evil
Philosophy / Metaphysics
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