A Metaphysically-biased argument couched in the form of a journal that analyses the relationships between atoms and what the author calls pseudo-atoms on a variety of levels, including the human, from their gender-dichotomous foundations right through to class interpretations of atomic and pseudo-atomic structures that underpin not only disciplinary but, so the author contends, ethnic differences within divergent approaches to civilization and its struggle against barbarism. Not only is this John O'Loughlin's most technically complex work to date, it is arguably also his most thematically compelling, since the arguments it propounds in favour of Metaphysics are so firmly grounded in philosophical logic that even the sceptical or otherwise cynical should be convinced of their veracity.
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|Size: ||175 KB|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9781326635664 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|