Divinity

Divinity II (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Dec. 1, 2016
Divinity II (2016)

Divinity II (2016)
English | CBR | 113 pages | 158.61 MB

The much-anticipated follow-up to the five-time sold-out series that The Onion/A.V. Club calls the "Best New Superhero of 2015" is here!
At the height of the Cold War, the Soviet Union - determined to win the Space Race at any cost – green lit a dangerously advanced mission. They sent three cosmonauts farther into space than anyone has gone before or since. Handpicked orphans with no connections to Earth, trained as devout Communists, and restricted from having families, they became lost in the stars and encountered something unknown… Something that changed them.
Long thought lost and erased from the history books, Abram Adams was the first to return, crash-landing in the Australian Outback. The few that have been able to reach him believe him to be a deity. They say he can bend matter, space, and even time to his will. But, even with seemingly limitless power at his fingertips, he is concerned only with the secret love he hid away from his superiors and the unborn child he never had a chance to meet.
Now, Myshka, the female co-pilot of the group, has also returned to Earth…but, unlike Abram she had no secret family. Unlike Abram, she still believes in the Communist ideal. And, unlike Abram, she intends to play a very real role in the return of Soviet glory.
Collecting DIVINITY II #1–4.

Divinity: Dragon Commander Imperial Edition (2013)  Games

Posted by Lebedev30 at Oct. 20, 2016
Divinity: Dragon Commander Imperial Edition (2013)

Divinity: Dragon Commander Imperial Edition (2013)
PC Game | Developer: Larian Studios | 11.7 GB
Languages: English
Version GOG: 2.1.0.13
Genre: Strategy - Role-playing - Fantasy

Divinity II: Developer's Cut (2012)  Games

Posted by Lebedev30 at Oct. 19, 2016
Divinity II: Developer's Cut (2012)

Divinity II: Developer's Cut (2012)
PC Game | Developer: Larian Studios | 6.3 GB
Languages: English
Rating: PEGI Rating: 12+ (with Bad Language, Sex, Violence)
Version GOG: 2.0.0.11
Genre: Role-playing - TPP - Fantasy

Divine Divinity (2002)  Games

Posted by Lebedev30 at Oct. 19, 2016
Divine Divinity (2002)

Divine Divinity (2002)
PC Game | Developer: Larian Studios | 2 GB
Languages: English
Rating: PEGI Rating: 7+ (with Violence)
Version GOG: 2.0.0.21
Genre: Strategy, Turn-based, Fantasy

Insanity and Divinity: Studies in Psychosis and Spirituality  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at Aug. 12, 2016
Insanity and Divinity: Studies in Psychosis and Spirituality

John Gale, Michael Robson, Georgia Rapsomatioti, "Insanity and Divinity: Studies in Psychosis and Spirituality"
English | ISBN: 0415608627, 0415608619 | 2013 | 287 pages | PDF | 5 MB

George Skaroulis - The Divinity of Dogs (2012)  Music

Posted by varrock at July 5, 2016
George Skaroulis - The Divinity of Dogs (2012)

George Skaroulis - The Divinity of Dogs (2012)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | Tracks: 13 | 50:22 min | 127 Mb
Style: New Age, Instrumental, Piano | Label: Evzone Music

At age five, George began playing the piano sitting on the piano bench next to his mother, a classically trained pianist, watching and listening. One day, he started playing along with her by ear, and he was hooked. Eventually George performed at talent shows in his elementary schools, and on weekends, his father took him to the piano store at the local mall. Crowds would gather around to watch, perhaps this was an early indication performing was destined to be in George’s future.

Socrates and Diotima: Sexuality, Religion, and the Nature of Divinity  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at May 21, 2016
Socrates and Diotima: Sexuality, Religion, and the Nature of Divinity

Andrea Nye, "Socrates and Diotima: Sexuality, Religion, and the Nature of Divinity"
2015 | ISBN-10: 1137516011 | 243 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Divinity II 01 (of 04) (2016)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at April 26, 2016
Divinity II 01 (of 04) (2016)

Divinity II 01 (of 04) (2016)
English | CBR | 35 pages | 43.10 MB

The much-anticipated follow-up to the five-time sold-out series that The Onion/A.V. Club calls the "Best New Superhero of 2015" is here! The acclaimed creative team returns for a perfect new jumping-on point into the expansive sci-fi saga that shook the world! At the height of the Cold War, the Soviet Union – determined to win the Space Race at any cost – green lit a dangerously advanced mission. They sent three cosmonauts farther than anyone has gone before or since. Handpicked orphans with no connections to Earth, trained as devout Communists, and restricted from having families, they became lost in the stars and encountered something Unknown… Something that changed them.
Long thought lost and erased from the history books, Abram Adams was the first to return. The few that have been able to reach him believe him to be a deity. They say he can bend matter, space, and even time to his will. But, even with limitless powers, he is concerned only with the secret love he hid away from his superiors and the unborn child he never met. Now, Miska, the female co-pilot of the group, has also returned to Earth…but, unlike Abram she had no secret family. Unlike Abram, she still believes in the Communist ideal. And, unlike Abram, she intends to play a very real role in the return of Soviet glory.
Earth is about to meet a new god. And she's a Communist. How long can it be before the nations of Earth bend before DIVINITY?
The Divinity of Sex: The Search for Ecstacy in a Secular Age

Charles Pickstone, "The Divinity of Sex: The Search for Ecstacy in a Secular Age"
1997 | ISBN-10: 0312155166 | 262 pages | EPUB | 0,4 MB

Spectres of False Divinity 2nd Edition  

Posted by alt_f4 at Oct. 30, 2015
Spectres of False Divinity 2nd Edition

Spectres of False Divinity: Hume's Moral Atheism by Thomas Holden
English | May 16, 2012 | ISBN: 0199645949 | 263 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Spectres of False Divinity presents a historical and critical interpretation of Hume's rejection of the existence of a deity with moral attributes. In Hume's view, no first cause or designer responsible for the ordered universe could possibly have moral attributes; nor could the existence (or non-existence) of such a being have any real implications for human practice or conduct.