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Delusions — Pragmatic Realism

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...

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Publisher: INHOUSEPRESS (March 11, 2012)
Publication Date: March 11, 2012
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Language: English
ASIN: B007JNV36G
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“Religion and science take center stage in "DELUSIONS - Pragmatic Realism." I have read other amazing works from Stanislaw Kapuscinski and was in search of yet another one his epic books to sink my teeth into over the weekend. Just like the others, I ...”

science/religion argument is equally as deluded on both sides of the equation, particularly when advanced from the preeminently fundamentalist point of view.With frequent sprinkling of humor and considerable intellectual prowess, Stanislaw Kapuscinski exposes DELUSIONS masquerading under the guise of science and religion.5 Star Reviews (on Smashwords) include:Having read God Delusion, I’m so glad that Stanislaw Kapuscinski took it upon himself to extend the ‘Delusions’ to the field of science. Pragmatic Realism seems well suited to the task of balancing the odds. The book shows, clearly, the folly of one-sided view of reality. It also evident that those who criticize the most, have most to learn. (Jo Steinman)I love the idea of being mostly empty space. Perhaps we are just bundles of emotions, held in a gentle yoke of mental discipline. Now this would be neither religion nor science. It just would be a wonderful way to live, to experience reality.I am reminded of a poem by William Blake:How do you know but every birdthat wings the airy way,Is an enormous world of delight,closed to your senses five?If birds can do it, why shouldn’t we? You opened a new reality for me.I’m so glad someone had the courage to stand up to a renowned scientist and show the weakness in his reasoning. Kapuscinski opens our eyes to the narrowness of scientists’ vision of both, science and religions. Furthermore, the author’s knowledge and depth of understanding of the symbolism shrouding the mysteries of ancient myths surpasses many a scientific theory.Well done, Sir! (Sylvester Drake)It has been a while since anyone dared to scold the sacred altars of science. Yet, it seems, the scientists have taken liberties with our credulity without being called to account for the nonsense they so often propagate. It seems that the scientists, and only they, have to right to propose ‘theoretical theories’, which within years are turned on their heads without so much as an apology. Most of the stuff I’ve been taught in school is now ‘scientifically passé’.That, on the other hand, cannot be said of religions. In fact, the farther back we go, the closer we seem to get to the truth.A fascinating book! (Barbara Woolfe).