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Brilliant and insightful analysis of our wishful self-deception, our selective and illogically hopeful approach to reality; our 'well, sure I know, I know, yes, but... desperation.Published 5 months ago by Gerald H. Fuller
This book is confusing, poorly organized, and doesn't really make a point. The author starts out saying he is an atheist, but then he goes on to tell us all the ways people use... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Karen L.
You would need a PhD. to understand what the author is writing about. Not what I had anticipated at all. Sorry.Published 7 months ago by Mary Ellen Resch
Lot of information but conversational but not that deep.
But a fast read with concepts quickly conveyed
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The 7 Laws of Magical Thinking by Matthew Hutson
The main claim of this book is that magical thinking is much more common or prevalent than we normally realize. Read more
An excellent read that straddles the casual/science divide fairly well. Written with humor and perhaps a little more padding than necessary, but it was an enjoyable and informative... Read morePublished 12 months ago by JMN
Whether you are a hard minded skeptic, a superstitious person or even a very religious person who eschews magical thoughts, this book is a sincere look at the ways in which we... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Wendy Willowby