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Member: jtcalleson

CollectionsYour library (923), Kindle (24), Currently reading (12), Sold (1), All collections (930)

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Tagsspirituality (148), philosophy (146), psychology (117), religion (116), history (107), environment (76), buddhism (75), essay (71), society (70), culture (69) — see all tags

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About my libraryMy current shelf space accommodates about 700 books, so I'm continually recycling and renewing what's there--selling or donating the books I haven't opened for a while in order to make room for new ones (which still leaves me with shelves double-stacked). It's an eclectic mix that is currently light on fiction and leans toward psychology, spirituality, history, and social/economic analysis and commentary. There's still a good bit of science and history of science and environmentalism left from my doctoral study days.

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LocationDurham, North Carolina

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Member sinceSep 16, 2005

Currently readingFinite and Infinite Games by James P. Carse
Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margin of Error by Kathryn Schulz
Do the Work by Steven Pressfield
344 Questions: The Creative Person's Do-It-Yourself Guide to Insight, Survival, and Artistic Fulfillment (Voices That Matter) by Stefan G. Bucher
Zen Keys: A Guide to Zen Practice by Thich Nhat Hanh
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I like your library. many of the books that you own I have read in the past or have previously owned. We share 7 at the present time. Have you heard of Bookcrossings.com? It's a fun way of sorting out your library.
Yes, quite an eclectic mix. I like it. Curious how you integrate such things as "Warrior Politics" with Zen and the spiritual path. Please check out my profile and see if anything looks interesting, I would like to exchange ideas.
Love your collection of books! I'm seeing quite a few voluntary simplicity books. That part of the doctoral study, or just personal interest? And the writing - do you write or aspire to write? Fiction or non?
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