Delusions: Pragmatic Realism by Stanislaw Kapuscinski (aka Stan I.S. Law)

Delusions: Pragmatic Realism

byStanislaw Kapuscinski (aka Stan I.S. Law)

Kobo ebook | December 3, 2015

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The book, the author writes, is: “Dedicated to Richard Dawkins, in gratitude for many hours of enjoyable reading. While he and I don’t always see eye to eye, the doctor might find, here, additional arguments for his Cause Célèbre.”

The author goes on to advance compelling arguments regarding DELUSIONS ingrained and perpetrated by both the religious and the scientific communities. He concludes that science/religion argument is equally as deluded on both sides of the equation, particularly when advanced from the preeminently fundamentalist point of view. With a frequent sprinkling of humor and considerable intellectual prowess, Stanislaw Kapuscinski exposes DELUSIONS masquerading under the guise of science and religion.

From 5-STAR Reviews:

“I thought it brilliant.”
(from a review by P.A. Rees, author of Involution).

“The book shows, clearly, the folly of one-sided view of reality. It is also evident that those who criticize the most, have most to learn.”
(from a review by Jo Steinman)

“It's wonderful to have a learned man like Stanislaw Kapuscinski around to wag his finger at fundamentalists from both, the religious and scientific communities and do it with intelligence, kindness, and even humor. Stan is so much fun to read because of how he does look at all sides of the argument pragmatically, pointing out what makes sense and what is mere stubbornness disguised as fact.”
(from review by Kevin Lintner)

"The book is clearly written, and rich in ideas without being verbose.Though the arguments are intellectually challenging, they are not difficult to understand. Anyone who is interested in science and religion can (and should) read this book."
(from review by Joe Aiken)

Conclusion: If you want to live a long and happy life, get this book NOW.

Title:Delusions: Pragmatic RealismFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 3, 2015Publisher:stan@stanlaw.caLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1465954546

ISBN - 13:9781465954541

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From the Author

The book, the author writes, is: “Dedicated to Richard Dawkins, in gratitude for many hours of enjoyable reading. While he and I don’t always see eye to eye, the doctor might find, here, additional arguments for his Cause Célèbre.”The author goes on to advance compelling arguments regarding DELUSIONS ingrained and perpetrated by both the religious and the scientific communities. He concludes that science/religion argument is equally as deluded on both sides of the equation, particularly when advanced from the preeminently fundamentalist point of view. With a frequent sprinkling of humor and considerable intellectual prowess, Stanislaw Kapuscinski exposes DELUSIONS masquerading under the guise of science and religion.From 5-STAR Reviews:“I thought it brilliant.”(from a review by P.A. Rees, author of Involution).“The book shows, clearly, the folly of one-sided view of reality. It is also evident that those who criticize the most, have most to learn.”(from a review by Jo Steinman)“It's wonderful to have a learned man like Stanislaw Kapuscinski around to wag his finger at fundamentalists from both, the religious and scientific communities and do it with intelligence, kindness, and even humor. Stan is so much fun to read because of how he does look at all sides of the argument pragmatically, pointing out what makes sense and what is mere stubbornness disguised as fact.”(from review by Kevin Lintner)"The book is clearly written, and rich in ideas without being verbose.Though the arguments are intellectually challenging, they are not difficult to understand. Anyone who is interested in science and religion can (and should) read this book."(from review by Joe Aiken)Conclusion: If you want to live a long and happy life, get this book NOW.