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Michigander Kelly Kinkade had a life-changing event in his late 20s. His life had just fallen apart, and he felt the thud of "hitting bottom." That was 25 years ago. That is when he first picked up a book about Virtue; it changed his life. At rock bottom, he reevaluated everything in his life, including religion, gender, and right and wrong. Continually sifting life for nuggets of wisdom, he would jot down gems he had found on individual index cards. After 10,000 index cards, he could tell he had found all the puzzle pieces. Then COVID hit. With strict lockdowns, he finally had the chance to organize everything. After two and a half years, he miraculously pieced together the full picture that maps out a reliable path to happiness in human life. Kinkade is happy to present to readers "On Virtue", so they can save themselves decades of research and frustration in their hunt for a thriving life.
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On Virtue
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"On Virtue" combines philosophy and adult gender studies. The underlying message is that Stoic texts are the original gender studies. Using Stoicism's exploration of the ancient male gender choice, this gender research provides a safe place for males or the male curious. This traditional gender choice is disproportionately responsible for social injustice. Therefore, it is uniquely positioned to solve social problems.
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Because "On Virtue" represents 25 years of full-time intensive research into Virtue, science, logic, and philosophy, Kelly Kinkade is now, more than ever, motivated to share his discoveries with the public. He is happy to present to readers On Virtue, so they can save themselves decades of research and frustration in their hunt for a thriving life. With material from Stoicism's charter gender study, On Virtue teaches readers the strengths and weaknesses of ancient maleness. This gender is the subject of Stoicism. Alpha genders do not consider their gender the first in importance, but they believe they were the first gender studied and are the traditional gender from which other genders can compare and contrast. On Virtue's compassionately progressive approach to gender study reveals this gender's value to contemporary society. On Virtue will be an enjoyable and fascinating read to adults interested in philosophy or gender studies, self-identifying members of the ancient male gender, the male curious, gender students, Stoics, casual and professional philosophers, and anyone searching for well-developed gender identity. Readers will find this contemporary research a philosophical gender study that is safe and helpful.

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Overview


"On Virtue" combines philosophy and adult gender studies. The underlying message is that Stoic texts are the original gender studies. Using Stoicism's exploration of the ancient male gender choice, this gender research provides a safe place for males or the male curious. This traditional gender choice is disproportionately responsible for social injustice. Therefore, it is uniquely positioned to solve social problems.

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Because "On Virtue" represents 25 years of full-time intensive research into Virtue, science, logic, and philosophy, Kelly Kinkade is now, more than ever, motivated to share his discoveries with the public. He is happy to present to readers On Virtue, so they can save themselves decades of research and frustration in their hunt for a thriving life. With material from Stoicism's charter gender study, On Virtue teaches readers the strengths and weaknesses of ancient maleness. This gender is the subject of Stoicism. Alpha genders do not consider their gender the first in importance, but they believe they were the first gender studied and are the traditional gender from which other genders can compare and contrast. On Virtue's compassionately progressive approach to gender study reveals this gender's value to contemporary society. On Virtue will be an enjoyable and fascinating read to adults interested in philosophy or gender studies, self-identifying members of the ancient male gender, the male curious, gender students, Stoics, casual and professional philosophers, and anyone searching for well-developed gender identity. Readers will find this contemporary research a philosophical gender study that is safe and helpful.

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Genre:PHILOSOPHY

Subgenre:History & Surveys / Ancient & Classical

Language:English

Pages:264

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781667844312

Paperback ISBN:9781667844305


Overview


"On Virtue" combines philosophy and adult gender studies. The underlying message is that Stoic texts are the original gender studies. Using Stoicism's exploration of the ancient male gender choice, this gender research provides a safe place for males or the male curious. This traditional gender choice is disproportionately responsible for social injustice. Therefore, it is uniquely positioned to solve social problems.

Read more

Description


Because "On Virtue" represents 25 years of full-time intensive research into Virtue, science, logic, and philosophy, Kelly Kinkade is now, more than ever, motivated to share his discoveries with the public. He is happy to present to readers On Virtue, so they can save themselves decades of research and frustration in their hunt for a thriving life. With material from Stoicism's charter gender study, On Virtue teaches readers the strengths and weaknesses of ancient maleness. This gender is the subject of Stoicism. Alpha genders do not consider their gender the first in importance, but they believe they were the first gender studied and are the traditional gender from which other genders can compare and contrast. On Virtue's compassionately progressive approach to gender study reveals this gender's value to contemporary society. On Virtue will be an enjoyable and fascinating read to adults interested in philosophy or gender studies, self-identifying members of the ancient male gender, the male curious, gender students, Stoics, casual and professional philosophers, and anyone searching for well-developed gender identity. Readers will find this contemporary research a philosophical gender study that is safe and helpful.

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About the author


Michigander Kelly Kinkade had a life-changing event in his late 20s. His life had just fallen apart, and he felt the thud of "hitting bottom." That was 25 years ago. That is when he first picked up a book about Virtue; it changed his life. At rock bottom, he reevaluated everything in his life, including religion, gender, and right and wrong. Continually sifting life for nuggets of wisdom, he would jot down gems he had found on individual index cards. After 10,000 index cards, he could tell he had found all the puzzle pieces. Then COVID hit. With strict lockdowns, he finally had the chance to organize everything. After two and a half years, he miraculously pieced together the full picture that maps out a reliable path to happiness in human life. Kinkade is happy to present to readers "On Virtue", so they can save themselves decades of research and frustration in their hunt for a thriving life.

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