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  • Paperback: 312 pages
  • Publisher: St. Augustines Press (Dec 10 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1587314525
  • ISBN-13: 978-1587314520
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 22.9 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 454 g
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If you'd really like to know whether God exists or not by reason alone, and if you'd like to know why there is mass confusion on even the nature of what it is to be human, then this book will show you how the madness began and how to end it. Intelligibility and purpose abound in a universe designed by and for Love. And you can know this by using reason alone. The massive errors of Ockham, Hume, and modern philosophers who underlie the insanity are spelled out and easily seen. An excellent.. dare I say. essential book for this century. A great help to the human race. Get it.
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This book was a tremendous helping me get a better grasp on Aristotle and the how he has been misunderstood, misinterpreted,mischaracterized or ignored to the detriment of modern secular philosophy. I read this book shortly after reading Aristotle's, "Nichomachean Ethics" which revealed to me a man with a great mind with a solid grasp of logic and reality. The book helped me see why he had such a tremendous influence on Thomas Aquinas. The misguided quest for certainty, rational empiricism and the reduction-ism of Descartes has had a powerful influence on modernism which is leading us moral and intellectual bankruptcy. I think Feser makes a strong case to return to pure reason and the need to see morality as an objective concept based on the natural law of Aristotle and Aquinas.
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A very good overview of the strengths of Thomistic Philosophy against Scientistic Atheism. Feser, is of course a philosopher, so we can't blame him too much as a historian of the Galileo Affair. I would rather recommend Galileo was Wrong, Vol. III or Geocentrism 102 on that subject. There we see that not only do atheist lose in philosophy, they lose in the science of the physical world also.
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Useful resource, covering the issues well from a philosophical viewpoint. Validates criticisms of new atheists objectively, although it is perhaps unfortunate that the author also adopts some of their negativity directed towards opponents rather than just the opponents' arguments. Suffers from repetition. Would benefit from a better concluding section.
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Dr. Feser argues his case well, in a way that is accessible for those who are just beginners in philosophy
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