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Papermate Flower Design Ballpoint Pen x 2 Steel Barrel Rubber Grip Black Ink, Boxed
Papermate Flower Design Ballpoint Pen x 2 Steel Barrel Rubber Grip Black Ink, Boxed
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 30 Jan. 2015
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Thinking from A to Z
Thinking from A to Z
by Nigel Warburton
Edition: Paperback
Price: £11.89

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Feels incomplete, 27 July 2011
This review is from: Thinking from A to Z (Paperback)
If like me you want to learn critical thinking seperately from philosophy, this is a very good book to buy...have no doubt about that. But it does feel incomplete: in the introduction the reader is told that the entries split into four categories, but the author does not lay out how that happens. It would have been very easy for somebody with his expertise to create a chart showing which categories all the entries went into, but he left it for the reader to work out alone.


The Dawkins Letters: Challenging Atheist Myths
The Dawkins Letters: Challenging Atheist Myths
by David Robertson
Edition: Mass Market Paperback

22 of 43 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars clue is in the title, 29 Oct. 2009
The clue to the intention of this book can be found on the front cover.

The author could of written a completely solid argument for the existence of God, and by dawkins own admission, it would have resulted in the conversion of the worlds most famous atheist to christianity. This event would have made the author famous worldwide and guaranteed his book a place on the best seller list for years to come. He would find a permanent place on the bill o'reilly show and churches up and down america would pay thousands of dollars to be honoured with his presence. The pope would invite him over for dinner.

But instead, for some reason apparently only known to the religous reviewers of his book, he chose to write a measly, 143 page, philosophically flawed argument based around that aged old nugget of "well, you just have to believe". You could be mistaken into thinking that the author actually believed what he was writing, but his front cover suggests otherwise.

Dawkins' name features in the title and is written in bright pink lettering (in what seems to be the exact same font that is used for the ancestors tale) which is at least three times bigger than the authors own (and plain black)name. The book is blatently marketed off the back of dawkins and relies on his fame to sell itself.

Be honest now....how many of you discovered this book whilst actually looking for a (real) dawkins one.

This book is nothing but an attempt to get rich from somebody elses hard work and academic brilliance.
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