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DELUSIONS - Pragmatic Realism Paperback – December 9, 2014
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The most intriguing question that I found to resonate most when reading this book are the arguments surrounding God and the Space around us, what is really our true reality?
There are two sides to every situation in life. From the science perspective we find theories that have been taught about over the ages and yet still have not come into reality. Also from a religious standpoint discussions dealing with the existence of God, what beliefs are true and not are being told to us time and time again. At the end of the day, the more we search for answers, the closer we are to finding the truth. Far and away the questions discussed in this book will keep you pondering the true essence of life well after you are done reading.
Author Stanislaw Kapuscinski has proven yet again to be an intellectual master. "DELUSIONS - Pragmatic Realism" is a well thought out, well-written masterpiece filled with enough facts that bring both Science and Religion into account. The book is also written tactfully, with enough sarcasm and humor that made it entertaining and above all informative. It will surely last the same time.
In short Stanislaw Kapuscinski exposes DELUSIONS on both sides of the coin. I will definitely look for more books from one of the best authors in the writing world today!
Again, a winner from a very deep thinker and brave author, who takes on and discusses the things that nobody else dares touch, questions our dearest beliefs, and does it all so respectfully that it never sounds scathing, hyper-critical or like he's just out to ridicule people (which is what I always feel Mr Dawkins is doing too much, in my humble opinion).