7 edition of The Philosopher"s Diet found in the catalog.
April 1, 1999
by David R Godine
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||109|
Athenaeus, the Greek philosopher and author of 'The deipnosophists', reported that the Greek philosopher Democritus ( BC) used honey in his daily diet for longevity and fertility. As a book The Philosophy of Eating was authored by Albert J. Bellows () in the late s. The author portrayed the concepts in light of science as well as views drawn from religiosity common in the middle to late 's era.
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The alphabetical list of philosophers is so large it had to be broken up into several pages. To look up a philosopher you know the name of, click on the first letter of his or her last name. To find philosophers by core area, field, major philosophical tradition, ethnicity, or . The book present a biographical summary of the most important philosophers, including both western and east philosophers. It is easy to read, and I would say it is also enjoyable. For me (as a philosophy interested amateur) it was a like a This is a pretty well introduction book for novices or amateurs, but it is also very good as a quick /5.
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Rich food for thought―the thinking person's diet book. This is a philosopher’s guide to losing weight and keeping it off by embracing an approach to life. An erudite and fascinating combination of common sense, Cartesian philosophy, and the presumption that understanding the mysteries of weight loss and the universe are somehow compatible, even sympathetic, ambitions/5(26).
Long before the current spate of "eat local, eat moral" books (think Animal, Vegetable, Miracle or Michael Pollan, there was The Philosopher's Diet.
Based on an article published in the mid's in The Atlantic Monthly, this book neatly and in a no-nonsense fashion tells you how to do what must be done: eat less, move more/5.
The Philosophers Diet has been in my library since (paperback) and has survived probably 5 or 6 movesKorea,Nevada,Iowa etc etc. i read it every now and then as advice from a very smart as am MD or registered just not that kind of s: 2.
The Philosophers Diet has been in my library since (paperback) and has survived probably 5 or 6 movesKorea,Nevada,Iowa etc etc. i read it every now and then as advice from a very smart as am MD or registered just not that kind of book.3/5(2).
The Philosophers Diet has been in my library since (paperback) and has survived probably 5 or 6 movesKorea,Nevada,Iowa etc etc/5(1). Rich food for thought—the thinking person's diet book.
This is a philosopher’s guide to losing weight and keeping it off by embracing an approach to life. An erudite and fascinating combination of common sense, Cartesian philosophy, and the presumption that understanding the mysteries of weight loss and the universe are somehow compatible, even sympathetic, s: 3.
The author is (of course) a professional philosopher, and this extraordinary exegesis is at once a moral manifesto, a philosophical discourse, and a practical manual (although the chapter on “How The Philosophers Diet book Live” and “How to Die” take it a few steps beyond the ordinary).
We love this book for its humor, its iconoclasm. The philosopher in this case is a cheerful admirer of Descartes and Robert Crumb, teaches at Washington University in St. Louis, and claims to be able to. The Philosopher's Diet did an excellent job of rationalizing why I should act differently.
Bottom line - this book has encouraged me to get and stay in the shape I desire much more than anything else I've run across, probably because it challenges the reader to take the road less traveled, and I like a challenge/5(24).
Watson received the American Health Book award for the Philosopher’s Diet in and a Pushcart Prize for best essay inamong his life achievements.
He is a professor of Anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. His career as a geologist, anthropologist, philosopher. David M. Kaplan’s erudite and informative introduction grounds the discussion, showing how philosophers since Plato have taken up questions about food, diet, agriculture, and animals.
However, until recently, few have considered food a standard subject for serious philosophical debate. The 4 x 4 Diet written by known trainer Erin Oprea would be welcome read for those interested in real results, not only promises. Her, on a first glance, simple diet focuses on four main causes for bad appearance of our bodies starch, sugar, alcohol and sodium/5.
The free philosophy books on Obooko will expand your mind and make you think beyond the normal. The authors are either philosophers or philosophy enthusiasts, who have carried out studies in the field for a long time.
The books are written in very simple languages to help draw the reader in on various concepts how they came about. Rich food for thought-the thinking person's diet book. This is a philosopher's guide to losing weight and keeping it off by embracing an approach to life.
An erudite and fascinating combination of common sense, Cartesian philosophy, and the presumption that understanding the mysteries of weight loss and the universe are somehow compatible, even /5(). Click to read more about The Philosopher's Diet: How to Lose Weight & Change the World (Nonpareil Book, 81) by Richard A.
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The Keto Diet does away with the “one size fits all” philosophy offering a customizable approach that is tailored to the unique needs of the individual. Leanne provides the tools to empower everyone to develop a personalized nutrition plan, offering limitless options while taking away the many restrictions of a traditional ketogenic diet/5(32).
The book also looks into the different ways cultures have viewed feeding children, from treating them like "mini adults" to feeding them only foods thought to be good for their sensitive digestive systems (lots of rice pudding and porridge, it seems).
Richard Allan Watson (23 February – 18 September ) was an American philosopher, speleologist and author. Watson taught philosophy at Washington University in St. Louis for forty years. He was considered one of the foremost living authorities on Descartes.
He was an Emeritus Professor of Philosophy for Washington University in St. Louis. Watson earned a degree in geology Era: Contemporary philosophy. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
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