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Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics Hardcover – April 1, 1995
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Science and Sanity may appear to be a difficult book to read and understand, but this stems from our per-conditioning and flawed perception that doesn’t take into account the role of our senses and the role of the human nervous system in connecting reality and our minds. Like any paradigm shifter, it requires repeated reads, to infuse the mind with a different (better) perception of reality. Once this occurs, your world will never be the same.
If you want to better understand yourself and those around you, seriously consider reading this book. If you work as a scientist then every day you spend without having read it will be a waste.