Philogos Tabula Rasa

Philogos Tabula Rasa : On the Manifest Need for Fundamental Philosophical Redirection

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A consistent, comprehensive, rational and consequent worldview and universal perspective. The book seeks to offer the reader an unbiased, unmortgaged look at the way things really are, without any preconceptions, entrenched traditions, beliefs, or hypocrisy. It provides some deep reading for those interested in the bigger questions of life. This book encourages the seeker of fact to consider the deeper questions of existence with a tabula rasa (clean slate) devoid of preconceived notions for an updated, more accurate understanding of truth. Throughout history, people and institutions have believed many different things about truth. We are living in an age hundreds and thousands of years after some of philosophies and religions great thinkers, and the author makes the case that we should be able to recognize, define and understand the true nature of things a lot more clearly by now. There are serious thinkers who are not happy and content with the way truth has been defined according to these old traditions, creating a need for fundamental philosophical redirection. By forgoing archaic traditions, superstitions, and preconceptions, readers are led to separate fiction from fact to come to grips with the realization of the way things really are.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 88 pages
  • 137.2 x 214.9 x 14mm | 294.84g
  • Vantage Press,U.S.
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0533134846
  • 9780533134847

About Somos

Somos, before his professional retirement and sans his pseudonym, was an ordinary business executive who traveled the world over from early on in his career to gain insight and a better understanding of life and of all those things about us, first hand. He is a relentless student of philosophy and of religious concepts.show more