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Virtual Philosophy

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Published by Jason Werbics
Title: The Thoughts of a Peasant Philosopher, Volume III: Virtual Philosophy
Author: Peasant Philosopher (Jason R. Werbics)
Publisher: Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing – Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Year of publication: September 2007
Condition: New
Limited Edition
ISBN 978-1-894431-19-4


Volume III: Virtual Philosophy is the Peasant Philosopher’s latest contribution in his attempts to create a more accessible, practical and reasoned approach to post-modern thought. Working within the simple framework of duality, dichotomy and juxtaposition in regard to the placement of ideas, Jason sets down the final parameters for that mysterious area of balanced thought known to the reasoned and logical as the “middle ground.” Continuing the trend set forth in his earlier works of employing non-traditional forms of investigation and argument, Virtual Philosophy uses sly humour and a collection of thought-provoking essays to illuminate the “middle ground” hidden by today’s fragmented intellectual world.

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Virtual Philosophy – A 3-dimensional investigative argument involving duality, dichotomy and juxtaposition that helps to define the midpoint or “middle ground,” found between two or more cogent ideas.

Volume III: Virtual Philosophy also includes the ground-breaking, reversible essay about Time: “It Was All There in a Photograph...”

This reversible essay is a literary first and is offered as a fundamental example of a 3-dimensional argument.
Title: The Thoughts of a Peasant Philosopher, Volume III: Virtual Philosophy
Author: Peasant Philosopher (Jason R. Werbics)
Publisher: Your Nickel’s Worth Publishing – Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Year of publication: September 2007
Condition: New
Limited Edition
ISBN 978-1-894431-19-4


Volume III: Virtual Philosophy is the Peasant Philosopher’s latest contribution in his attempts to create a more accessible, practical and reasoned approach to post-modern thought. Working within the simple framework of duality, dichotomy and juxtaposition in regard to the placement of ideas, Jason sets down the final parameters for that mysterious area of balanced thought known to the reasoned and logical as the “middle ground.” Continuing the trend set forth in his earlier works of employing non-traditional forms of investigation and argument, Virtual Philosophy uses sly humour and a collection of thought-provoking essays to illuminate the “middle ground” hidden by today’s fragmented intellectual world.

Technical Synopsis:

Virtual Philosophy – A 3-dimensional investigative argument involving duality, dichotomy and juxtaposition that helps to define the midpoint or “middle ground,” found between two or more cogent ideas.

Volume III: Virtual Philosophy also includes the ground-breaking, reversible essay about Time: “It Was All There in a Photograph...”

This reversible essay is a literary first and is offered as a fundamental example of a 3-dimensional argument.

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THETHOUGHTSOFAPEASANTPHILOSOPHE
Volume III
Virtual
Philosophy
Limited Edition
by
The Peasant Philosopher
(Jason Werbics)
www.peasantphilosopher.com
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The Thoughts of a Peasant Philosopher, Volume III: Virtual Philosophy
© 2007 Jason WerbicsAll rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted inany form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying andrecording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without permission inwriting from the author.
Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication
Werbics, Jason, 1970-Virtual philosophy : Volume III, The thoughts of a peasant philosopher / by thepeasant philosopher (Jason Werbics). —Limited ed.ISBN 978-1-894431-19-41. Ethics. 2. Conduct of life. I. Title. II. Title: Thoughts of a peasantphilosopher.BJ1595.W474 2007 170'.44 C2007-904891-9Front cover illustration: www.istockphoto.com/Horst GossmannEdited by Heather NickelSeptember 2007
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