The book that its intended readers would prefer had never been written

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Books by philosophy professors seldom draw much attention. But, boy, it is the opposite when the book is from Professor Jason D. Hill at DePaul University in Chicago. It is an intellectual provocation.

Vivid readers lament that very few books have original ideas. Even those that do, often contain one puffed-up thought worthy of an essay. It is…

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Henryk A. Kowalczyk

Henryk A. Kowalczyk

Many tell us what to think. I write to ask you to inquire. Question me. Have fun. Contact: hak1010@yahoo.com.

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