Articles in Dissident Philosophy

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A sustaining philosophy for the sovereign human being; a navigation system for self-management and an a recipe on how to increase your IQ. Individualism for collectivists and a Jenny Craig state for humanists. “Finely crafted essays in puzzle solving. A must read for the opinionated Left and Right.” More

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Words: 69,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452319957
About Edward St Amant

E A St Amant is the author of How to Increase the Volume of the Sea Without Water, Dancing in the Costa Rican Rain and Stealing Flowers.

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Review by: Tom St. Amant on Feb. 20, 2011 :
I was on Holidays for a week and I read a few books 3 were non Fiction. The first was The Selfish Gene by Dawkins, although the book has it's merits of evolution it is hard to take that there is an actual selfish Gene, all life has an evolutionary trail of survival. The second was The Grand Design by Hawkins, extremely disappointing, almost nothing new and instead of trying to find the WHY and HOW of Quantum physics he has settled for what it may do. In the end Hawkins claims that we should beleive in Science instead of God. Beleiving in blind Science is no different then blind God. The Third non Fiction book was Articles in Dissident Philosophy by Edward St. Amant. This was by far the best of the 3 books. Most of the articles are about taking responsibility for yourself and control of your own life. This is very important to acheive a succsessful and full life, I have recommended my two teenage sons to read this book. Tom
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