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Irrational Elevator By Jamie Howington
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Irrational Elevator is a fast paced book, packed full of adventure. Sylvia, the main character, faces many dimensions that she, nor the reader ever imagined existed. Have fun trying to guess where... More > Sylvia will travel to next.< Less
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Irrational Dude By Nico Vassilakis, Robert Mittenthal
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Irrational Dude By Nico Vassilakis, Robert Mittenthal
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Pi A Completely Irrational Book By Jeremy Wittman
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This book has the number Pi approximated to one million decimal places.
Thinking Rationally In an Irrational World By Alex Burdeshaw
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Have you ever been involved in a contentious, fruitless discussion about politics, science, or current events with a coworker, friend, or family member? Thinking Rationally in an Irrational World, by... More > author Alex Burdeshaw, explores why those conversations get so contentious, and he offers easily applicable ways to make such talks less tense and more fruitful for everyone involved. Burdeshaw discusses the major factors that exacerbate a person’s lack of rational, critical thinking skills. He offers a variety of culprits, including the flawed education system, poor dietary and exercise habits, the hyperpolarization and groupthink mentalities of the media, and the collective lack of well-trained interpersonal skills. In Thinking Rationally in an Irrational World, Burdeshaw proposes possible solutions to combat each of these identified areas.< Less
Thinking Rationally in an Irrational World By Alex Burdeshaw
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Have you ever been involved in a contentious, fruitless discussion about politics, science, or current events with a coworker, friend, or family member? Thinking Rationally in an Irrational World, by... More > author Alex Burdeshaw, explores why those conversations get so contentious, and he offers easily applicable ways to make such talks less tense and more fruitful for everyone involved. Burdeshaw discusses the major factors that exacerbate a person’s lack of rational, critical thinking skills. He offers a variety of culprits, including the flawed education system, poor dietary and exercise habits, the hyperpolarization and groupthink mentalities of the media, and the collective lack of well-trained interpersonal skills. In Thinking Rationally in an Irrational World, Burdeshaw proposes possible solutions to combat each of these identified areas.< Less
Thinking Rationally in an Irrational World By Alex Burdeshaw
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Have you ever been involved in a contentious, fruitless discussion about politics, science, or current events with a coworker, friend, or family member? Thinking Rationally in an Irrational World, by... More > author Alex Burdeshaw, explores why those conversations get so contentious, and he offers easily applicable ways to make such talks less tense and more fruitful for everyone involved. Burdeshaw discusses the major factors that exacerbate a person’s lack of rational, critical thinking skills. He offers a variety of culprits, including the flawed education system, poor dietary and exercise habits, the hyperpolarization and groupthink mentalities of the media, and the collective lack of well-trained interpersonal skills. In Thinking Rationally in an Irrational World, Burdeshaw proposes possible solutions to combat each of these identified areas.< Less
Irrational Functions and Other Poems By James P. Wagner
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James P. Wagner’s new poetry collection Irrational Functions and Other Poems is an invigorating rush of air that fills the room with such poems as the title poem and Attention to Detail. There... More > is never sappy sentimentality in his work, but a balance that causes a twisted smile of recognition to crawl onto our faces as his message sinks in. He is a poet and a performer and once you experience his work you too will be enthralled. ~Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan Suffolk County Poet Laureate, Long Island Sounds Editor, TNSPS Founder/President< Less
Princeton And Irrational Atheism By Samuel Stanhope Smith
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From the Foreword... Infidel philosophy, otherwise known as ‘The Enlightenment’ and its devotees had, in the period of the American Revolution and following, gained a significant... More > presence in the American colleges’ student bodies. Samuel Stanhope Smith, serving as Princeton’s President confronted Infidel philosophy in a direct manner. His ‘Lectures on Moral and Political Philosophy’ Vol. I and II, (1812) and his ‘Sermons’ (1799) featured in this work, make for superb reading on the world-view taught at Princeton. Smith stresses the eternal consequences of Infidel Atheism to its adherents, not to mention its irrationality. Since there is a personal eternity awaiting everyone, where one spends it is an issue decided in this world, and Smith, in the sermons presented in this book, makes the case clear.< Less