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The last few decades seem to have begun what has been called 'the childless revolution'. In developed countries, increasingly people are choosing not to have children. The causes of this 'revolution' are many including the belief that to create a new life is to subject someone unnecessarily, and without their consent, to life's many sufferings including death. This belief ...more
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Published April 1st 2014 by First Edition Design Publishing (first published March 23rd 2014)
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Kagan2017
Sep 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
It is sort of an academic analysis of the Rejectionist viewpoints in philosophy,religion,art.
I think it hits the mark and is accurate mostly.

It does not offer any solutions to the problem of existence of current living people,but focuses on anti-natalism.It does not view suicide as an answer to existence.
It tries to establish Rejectionism as a legitimate existential viewpoint and also practical lifestyle on secular universal terms.

My main problem with the ideas in the book:how can someone fully
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Nirupam Joshi
Dec 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Excellent overview on the subject. Author has thorough understanding of religious concepts of Hinduism and Buddhism. If you are a lazy reader, read only chapter 6 to understand the important points.
Christopher
Apr 09, 2016 rated it liked it
A great start to a project but I feel that some sections, especially the literature section, could have been much more expansive considering what is out there.
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