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Meaning in Absurdity: What bizarre phenomena can tell us about the nature of reality

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This book is an experiment. Inspired by the bizarre and uncanny, it is an attempt to use science and rationality to lift the veil off the irrational. Its ways are unconventional: weaving along its path one finds UFOs and fairies, quantum mechanics, analytic philosophy, history, mathematics, and depth psychology. The enterprise of constructing a coherent story out of thes

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Kindle Edition, 135 pages
Published January 27th 2012 by John Hunt Publishing (first published January 16th 2012)
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Feb 27, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Pulls together a lot of different disciplines to explain the way things "really are". Does a pretty convincing job of explaining why reality isn't. 8^)
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“Nature is as fluid and elusive as a thought. Indeed, it is a thought: an unfathomable, compound thought we live in and contribute to. Reality is a shared ‘dream.’ In it, as in a regular dream, the dreamer is himself the subject and the object; the observer and the observed.” 1 likes
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