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on 18 January 2013
This collection of essays on the human condition is fascinating and, with the exception of some topics which are perhaps a little too dry and off-beat, is a true eye-opener. It's a great learning experience and highlights some areas where there has been all too little scientific research, but nevertheless the questions are asked and cause one to ponder some of the answers, although not out loud for fear of being ostracised!
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