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Aamrgan [Read] ➮ Aamrgan Author Cliff Hays – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Amidst an undeclared theme of self referentiality topics as diverse as ethical paradox and the scientific method are explored in a way that is succinct unemotional and adherent to logic The conclusion Amidst an undeclared theme of self referentiality topics as diverse as ethical paradox and the scientific method are explored in a way that is succinct unemotional and adherent to logic The conclusions resulting from this analysis are as significant as they are bewilderingAamrgan is the result of distilling eight years of logical scientific and philosophical analysis down into the most concise form possible The book begins by seuentially presenting and resolving several paradoxes and in this context its theme knowledge and sub theme self referentiality gradually emerge Knowledge is first explored via the logical analysis of scientific falsification and corroboration Then the impossibility of truthification leads to a general discussion of the forms in which knowledge is expressed as well as to the ultimate realization that these expression forms themselves hold the key to the elusiveness of so called ‘absolute knowledge’Read Sample.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 32 pages
  • Aamrgan
  • Cliff Hays
  • English
  • 01 August 2016

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  1. L.E. Henderson L.E. Henderson says:

    How do we know what is real? How much of our “wisdom” is false? How many “paradoxes” are just illogical?In the book Aamrgan Cliff Hays uses the lens of formal logic to spotlight the inherent contradictions that lurk within common beliefs and many “wise” – and widely accepted – sayings To illustrate he describes how following the rule “All things in moderation” is impossible because it would mean being “immoderate in moderation” Like the saying “intolerance cannot be tolerated” it contradicts itselfThe examples are than frivolous word play; the popular acceptance of self contradictory sayings reveals a widespread shortage of clear thinking Beyond showing why many “obviously true” assumptions are wrong the brilliant author presents some interesting and even bizarre conclusions reached by the fearless application of logicIn addition he uses his thorough understanding of epistemology to explore the “paradoxes” of time travel He also raises uestions what can be known about language the mind and ultimately the universe itself Beyond being informative the book challenges the reader to abandon conventional wisdom that is based on fuzzy thinking and embrace a fascinating reality illuminated by logicI thoroughly enjoyed reading Aamrgan As with other works written by the same author this one made me aware of how much there is to learn how much of what is taught is probably false and why – for both reasons – it is a good thing that I have his books

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