Published December 15, 2005
by Telical Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||167|
Virtuism is about the aesthetics of human virtue, how virtuous deeds produce in us the same experience as great works of art. Witnessing or creating a virtuous act produces the aesthetic experience. This book also explores that the unverse acts in a way that is essentially "virtuous" towards us, in the long run, if we make an effort to act The book "Virtuism -- Philosophy and the Aesthetics of Virtue" discusses this and other philosophical implications of this relationship. This book explores how the unverse acts in a way that is essentially "virtuous" towards us, in the long run, if we make an effort to act virtuous in it. The author started calling this philosophy Emotive Virtuism is a philosophy concerned with the aesthetics of human virtue, how virtuous deeds produce in us the same experience as great works of art. Witnessing or creating a virtuous act produces the aesthetic experience -- Acts of virtue, witnessing ethics, produces the aesthetic :// Virtuism: Philosophy and the Aesthetics of Virtue is a philosophy book that draws on art and ethics. Virtuism started in the mid's as an art theory. The author was a young art theorist who was striving to do something new in the art world. Since everything shocking and scandalous seemingly had been done in the arts at that time, Virtuism
The book “Virtuology” is a book that provides insights on harnessing the power of virtues for accomplishing all goals. It provides practical instructions for cultivating virtues and freeing oneself of Virtuism is a social, political and economic system that follows postcapitalism, in which a country’s governance is virtue-based instead of knowledge-based and economy is virtue-driven instead of profit-driven. The science of virtues, virtuology, is part of formal :// Our current books include: Virtuism: Philosophy and the Aesthetics of Virtue, which is a book on modern philosophy. Hyperreligiosity: Identifying and Overcoming Patterns of Religious Dysfunction and The Experience of Hallucinations in Religious Practice which are books on problems that can occur among the :// He is the creator of the popular ParaMind Brainstorming Program and the Virtuism art theories. R.S. Pearson's main concern is to bring the reader or listener to a state of regenerative beauty. From Poet Billy Lamont about another work by Pearson, "Cast the Jewels into the Sea of Your Soul is a brilliant prose ://
Back to book. chapter 2. 15 Pages. Principlism, virtuism, and the spirit of oneness. With Raanan Gillon. This chapter focuses on Alastair V. Campbell’s insights: the importance of the principle (or virtue) of oneness, also known as the principle of bunnahabhain. Certain theoretical disagreements between virtuists and principlists may be The Holy Virtomb & Virtuism Terms: 1. Virtuism - The main religion of most of Britannia's civilized denizens. 2. The Holy Virtomb - Virtuisms Holy Book. 3. Diety - The 8 Holy Virtues 4. Holy Symbol - the Ankh 5. Prophet - the Avatar 6. Place of Worship - The Chamber of Virtues/Shrines This book is tentatively called “Grandiosity and the Empowerment of the Spiritual and Artistic.” Smashwords – About Robert Pearson, author of 'Until We Are The Art Again', 'Virtuism -- Philosophy and the Aesthetics of Virtue', 'The Exhaustion of the Interaction of Words: Brainstorming with the ParaMind Brainstorming Program', :// 1 day ago Virtue ethics (or aretaic ethics / ˌ ær ə ˈ t eɪ. ɪ k /, from Greek ἀρετή ()) are normative ethical theories which emphasize virtues of mind, character and sense of honesty. Virtue ethicists discuss the nature and definition of virtues and other related problems that focus on the consequences of ://