A Philosophical Journey
AUTHOR: Dunne, Robert W.
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Underground Passages: A Philosophical Journey is a rare book to come across. If the subtitle suggests that it is intended only for hard-core philosophers, this is a wrong conclusion. Anyone who has ever questioned morality or wondered what religion is all about will find a great deal of enjoyment and inspiration in this book. And in addition to major categories on morality and religion, there is one on psychology filled with observations of the human mind and human behavior. Finally, there is a category called Odds and Ends that allows for broader expression with some writings of a mostly literary value and others containing viewpoints on the world at large.
Suffice it to say that if you are the kind of person who likes to take a time out to sit against a tree, pondering life and its circumstances, this book is made for you. Do you like to use your mind? Do you like to read material that will cause you to question established beliefs? This is the book for you.
Each major category of this book is made up of mostly short works. This leaves you, the reader, in the driver's seat. You can read the book straight through or you can skip around. In Underground Passages: A Philosophical Journey, Dunne takes you "underground" beneath the false faces and superficial outlooks we all take on and shows you more accurately the true nature of things.
PUBLICATION DATE: 3/27/2003