...ruthlessly exposes logical flaws and sheer nonsense in likable angry and witty style. -- Guardian Review, November 1, 2003
An incisive philosopher. -- Sunday Telegraph
Attacks dodgy logic, bogus statistics and...idle cluttered thinking. -- Andrew Marr, Start the Week, BBC Radio 4
Whets a long knife of ultra-rationalism on the cold stone of logic. -- The Times
About the Author
Jamie Whyte is a former lecturer of Philosopy at Cambridge University and winner of Analysis journals prestigious prize for the best article by a philosopher under 30. He has published numerous articles - mainly on the subject of truth - in journals such as Analysis and the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science. He is from New Zealand, and now lives and works in London.