Books


Nonfiction


Golden Rule Libertarianism An insightful mixture of political philosophy and policy advocacy, this book justifies libertarian politics using the Golden Rule of ethics to achieve a provocative new political theory called GOLD. GOLD defends the libertarian position on antiwar, drugs, prostitution, civil liberties, abortion rights, and gay marriage, GOLD explains why free market capitalism is necessary for freedom, and GOLD proves that capitalism helps the poor and racial minorities. The book also presents a bold new libertarian legal theory interpreting the United States Constitution and the common law. Amazon (Kindle) Barnes&Noble (Nook) iTunes iBookstore (iPad) Smashwords (printable PDF or HTML for web browser)



The Apple of Knowledge This groundbreaking treatise on epistemology challenges the philosophies of Kant, Hume, Plato, Descartes, and Ayn Rand, and disrupts the status quo of convention wisdom on the methods and limits of human knowledge. The book explains why science achieves knowledge, shows that the mind and the brain are identical while presenting a new theory of consciousness, proves that God does not exist, and demonstrates how a philosophy based on empirical experience and essential reasoning can justify induction and learn the truth about objective reality. The book also describes how to use the scientific method to answer philosophical questions.  Amazon (Kindle)  Barnes&Noble (Nook) iTunes iBookstore (iPad) Smashwords (printable PDF or HTML for web browser)


Fiction (Young Adult) 

 


Rob Seablue and the Eye of Tantalus A self-help book for teens with a unique format: a collection of inspirational nonfiction speeches about self-esteem and confidence, wrapped inside a fictional fantasy novel about a teen Sorcerer named Rob Seablue who fights to rescue his friends from a magical curse. Groundbreaking, original and imaginative.  Amazon (Kindle)    Barnes&Noble (Nook)  iTunes iBookstore (iPad) Smashwords (printable PDF or HTML for web browser)