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Alexander Lloyd Curran

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in Poole, The United Kingdom



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Author and artist from UK who focuses on philosophy, history and science/technology.
Also working on fictional (sci-fi or fantasy) creations.

Average rating: 4.63 · 8 ratings · 3 reviews · 3 distinct works
Introduction to Lexivism

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A More Complete Beast by Jack Donovan
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Random but just read this book in 20 minutes... 😂 In the one hand I realise the author's views on feminism and homosexuality, which doesn't fit into political correctness, on the other hand enjoyed his Nietzsche references and analysis with the crisi ...more
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The Damascus Cover by my friend Howard Kaplan is a spy thriller that has twists and turns, a race against time, and duplicitous characters where no one can really be trusted. An agent and spy for Mossad is on a secret mission to save children in Syri ...more
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Knights of Doom by Jonathan Green
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Knights of Doom by Jonathan Green is an incredible adventure, set in a medieval style fantasy realm, full of intrigue, mystery, arduous battling and scintillating mysticism. Ruddlestone is beset by a dark menace in the form of Belgaroth the dread lor ...more
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Phantoms of Fear by Robin Waterfield
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Phantoms of Fear sees you the reader take on the role of a humble wood-elf from Affen Forest. A dream tells you of the impending doom in the shape of the demon prince Ishtra and your mission is to stop his plans to conquer the world. This Fighting Fa ...more
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Steve Jackson gives us Creature of Havoc where YOU play as the powerful yet instinct driven primal being. This has to be one of my favourite Fighting Fantasy books wh
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“The ideal Lexivist should be a polymath or at least interested in many different areas and fields. When it comes to creativity, whether it is in CDT or art, the transformative effect which stems from our creations can have a liberating and inspirational effect on our very selves. What we excel at, whether that is business or politics, should carry a radiant and positive effect not just on the development and progression of the self but also to lead by example for those who surround us. To inspire them to do the same if they so choose.”
Alexander Lloyd Curran, Introduction to Lexivism

“The best company is when you are with those who bring out the best in you and those who inspire you to do what you love doing (Something “good.”). Seneca realised that teaching and development comes from learning especially from those who at the time have a deep knowledge of all things and areas. The best teacher is the one who makes it fun and interesting at the same time. Whatever the subject, especially when teaching our children who absorb things so well, the way in which we convey the knowledge is vital to the development process.”
Alexander Lloyd Curran, Introduction to Lexivism

“People say you should choose one thing to do with your life...I say if you're ambitious you should do many things to fully grasp existence and life but do them one at a time, at a pace that suits you. An artisan, a poet, a musician, a romantic, a dreamer, a doer, a radical, a fanatical warrior, a teacher, a follower, a leader...
Be everything you can be. Impossible is ''I'm possible''. We are part of something greater than ourselves.”
Alexander Lloyd Curran

“Freedom of thought is best promoted by the gradual illumination of men’s minds which follows from the advance of science.”
Charles Darwin

“The time will come when men such as I will look upon the murder of animals as they now look on the murder of men.”
Leonardo da Vinci

“Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.”
Anais Nin, The Diary of Anaïs Nin, Vol. 1: 1931-1934

“I'm not frightened. I'm not frightened of anything. The more I suffer, the more I love. Danger will only increase my love. It will sharpen it, forgive its vice. I will be the only angel you need. You will leave life even more beautiful than you entered it. Heaven will take you back and look at you and say: Only one thing can make a soul complete and that thing is love.”
Bernhard Schlink, The Reader

“Throw your dreams into space like a kite, and you do not know what it will bring back, a new life, a new friend, a new love, a new country.”
Anais Nin

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