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Free Will: The Ultimate In Nonsense Paperback – January 17, 2013
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I'm a little overwhelmed by the "drinking from a fire hose" repetition though.
Also I feel like some of the argument conclusions don't necessarily follow.
I can certainly understand that the tone of the book bursts out of the authors no prisoners stance, but it still comes across too authoritative without depth in certain passages.
A good book overall, but not the best on this subject in my opinion.
***One more thing I noticed, being that I have read many books on the subject, I happened to notice that the author of this book is the same author as Exploring the Illusion of Free Will, Second Edition although this later books does not acknowledge this. Whether if Enel Vale is a pen name and George Ortega is the authors real name, vice versa, or both are pen names something about this duplicity struck me as off. I do not have all the information as to why this was done by the author, but it does hurt his credibility, which is not good when you are trying to convince others of such an unintuitive premise as determinism.