For many people, “to think” is to move from unexamined assumptions to inevitable conclusions without ever asking why—without ever knowing how to ask. Francisco Garcia-Julve asks the hard questions and proposes exhilarating approaches to new answers. Like Blaise Pascal, he packs his ideas into paradoxical aphorisms that provoke a reconsideration—and re-valuation—of even the most ordinary things. It's a book for a culture whose standard ideas have proven dismally wrong in practice. It's a book whose time is now. This second edition is filled with new propositions and new ideas. It's practically a whole new book.
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Francisco J. Garcia-Julve is an international polymathic author who has enjoyed careers in physics, psychology, and linguistics. He is currently cooperating with the Transcendental Anthropology project launched by the Spanish Seminario de Antropologia Gerardo Gonzalez. He currently lives in Pennsylvania.
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