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Philogos Tablua Rasa

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This book searches deep into the questions of life and offers unique conclusions. Can evil be avoided where physical dominance can play both judge and jury? Why has the message of good, of holiness, not done better in the world? Is physical life and existence suspect of failing in the eyes of a beneficent God - of our metaphor for the divine good and for the truth? The ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published February 12th 2008 by Philogos Foundation
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Chris Andersen
Oct 09, 2012 Chris Andersen rated it did not like it
So, every chapter of this book would start with different assumptions and work them towards the same conclusion: what we really need is philosophy. Science isn't addressing our spiritual or moral needs; what we really need is philosophy. Religion has become dogmatic and nonsensical; what we really need is philosophy. A contented but un-examined life is meaningless; what we really need is philosophy. It isn't until the last chapter that we finally get a hint of what Somos's philosophy actually ...more
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