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Sense Nonsense: Fundamental Propositions Not Too Good to Be True, Just Too Hard to Accept

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We all know and most likely regret the dispiriting experience of disillusionment. Starting with the truth about Santa Claus, the foundations of our lives were somewhat rattled by the realization that a certain belief we held as patently true and vital was, in reality, false. Next to being alive, the greatest human need is to be certain. Unfortunately, human nature being wh ...more
Paperback, 292 pages
Published September 16th 2011 by iUniverse.com
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Jeff Miller
I was sent a copy of a new book by Francisco Garcia-Julve who is a Catholic philosopher and polymath – Sense Nonsense: Fundamental Propositions Not too Good to Be True, Just too Hard to Accept. I found this to be quite an interesting book of a string of thoughts. The way it is written is as a long series of thought/statements that often engage in Chestertonian paradox and wordplay. There are no chapters, but successive statements often build on a previous idea or restate things in another way.

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