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UNREASONABLE DOUBT By Gordon Froede
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A popular movie star found guilty of killing his publicist escapes to the Caribbean to avoid imprisonment. There he is pursued by a retired police detective, but before he can be brought to justice,... More > his evil past catches up with him.< Less
UNREASONABLE DOUBT By Gordon Froede
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A popular movie star found guilty of killing his publicist escapes to the Caribbean to avoid imprisonment. There he is pursued by a retired police detective, but before he can be brought to justice,... More > his evil past catches up with him. (Hardcover Edition)< Less
BEYOND All Unreasonable DOUBT By Paul Dickinson
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Beyond All Unreasonable Doubt that Paul has found himself Dealing with the Terrorism Act.
A Short Critique of Kant’s Unreason By Avi Sion
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A Short Critique of Kant’s Unreason is a brief critical analysis of some of the salient epistemological and ontological ideas and theses in Immanuel Kant’s famous Critique of Pure Reason.... More > It shows that Kant was in no position to criticize reason, because he neither sufficiently understood its workings nor had the logical tools needed for the task.< Less
A Short Critique of Kant's Unreason By Avi Sion
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A Short Critique of Kant’s Unreason is a brief critical analysis of some of the salient epistemological and ontological ideas and theses in Immanuel Kant’s famous Critique of Pure Reason.... More > It shows that Kant was in no position to criticize reason, because he neither sufficiently understood its workings nor had the logical tools needed for the task.< Less
Richard Dawkins: The Pope of Unreason By Mike Hockney
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A book attacking the ideology of Richard Dawkins is invariably assumed to be a defence of religious faith. Nothing could be further from the truth in this case. This book equates faith with insanity.... More > Instead, it argues that we live in the hyperrational reality of ontological mathematics. We attack the scientific dogma of Dawkins and his fellow travellers for being incompatible with ontological mathematics, and, in fact, constituting a quasi-religious (hence mad) faith in empiricism, materialism, randomness and meaninglessness (nihilism), all of which are refuted by ontological mathematics, which reflects the principle of sufficient reason. Are you rational enough for the truth? Are you intelligent enough to be an ontological mathematician? Many are called, few are chosen.< Less
Meir Ezra: The Benefits of Being Unreasonable By Kevin Mounts
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You succeed when you are unreasonable. You neither give nor accept excuses. You insist on success. L. Ron Hubbard defines reasonableness as "faulty explanations." When you agree with... More > faulty explanations, you are too reasonable. Examples of faulty explanations: "I can’t repair your furnace today as it might rain." The truth is, the repairman is going to a basketball game. "None of the staff will work past 5:00." The truth is, the manager does not want to work past 5:00. "I can’t pay you as I promised as my wife is sick and can’t fix our meals." The truth is, he is spending the money elsewhere. "We’ll never get this project done today as we’ve never done it in one day before." The truth is, they’ve never tried to get it done in one day.< Less
The Boundary Between Man and Heaven——On the Unreasonable Sense of Mistique 天人之际·超理神秘感 By Xuanjun Xie
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《天人之际·超理神秘感》(中心黄色──思想太极)是&#... More >12298;五色海:第三期中国文明的意识形态》的第五部,内容涉及“文化现象和宇宙命运”方面的问题,由此展现了作者谢选骏32岁至37岁时对于有关问题的看法和表达。 Synopsis: The Boundary Between Man and Heaven——On the Unreasonable Sense of Mystery (Yellow at the Center——Taiji of the Mind) is Part 5 of Sea of Five Colors: Ideologies in the Third Phase of Chinese Civilization.The book touches upon issues related to cultural phenomena and destiny of universe, and reflects the views of Xie Xuanjun the author from age 32 to age 37.< Less
Apologues from the Mind of an Existentialist and Wandering the Avenues of Life By L.F WHETSTONE
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The title and epigraph to this collection suggest a poet who lacks neither ambition nor self-confidence. Reading the poems is to be struck by the boldness with which difficult subjects (self-harm,... More > sin) are tackled, while the scaffolding of mainly existentialist philosophy supports a willingness to adopt positions of an aggressive outsider who approaches ethical issues from the perspective of an individual standing boldly alone, with only the self and its perceptions to enable life to be coped with. So these are ambitious poems and a feeling for the striking phrase suggests considerable potential. Dr George Parfitt Reader in English Literature University of Nottingham (Retired)< Less
Did God Screw Up? By Victor Garrod, Th.M.,
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This book is the first of its kind from a lifetime of research which started out during the bombing raids by the Germans in 1941 (World War 2) in Plymouth, England, the second most heavily bombed... More > city in England. Victor traces his remarkable journey over a period of more than 65 years. He offers an unsparing indictment of the American addiction to religion--from television to the Web. The American experiment with religion and right-winged wacko fundamentalism is an insult to the American intellectual who is a freethinker endowed with scientific intellectualism, freethought and enlightenment. The toxic dependency on American anti-intellectualism and anti-rationalism is proof religion has addled the minds of most Americans. This book offers ample proof that the god you think exists, doesn't exist at all. Two thousand years of lies are finally blown away by this book which reveals the total absurdity and ridiculousness of such a diabolical, theological pursuit.< Less