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Next Paradigm for Human Living

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The Next Paradigm for Human Living by Jonathon Barbera
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What if everything you've ever been told about the world around you and your role in it was a lie? What are they trying to keep you from knowing? What are they trying to stop you from remembering? How have they shut down ordinary awareness in favor of zombie-robot awareness? What one truth do they not want you to believe? Now it is time for this literary and philosophical oracle to open eyes, clearly. The fictional character and star propaganda technician, Sunshine Overcast, attempts to do the unlikely by stripping away the half-truths and carefully removing the false and insidious choices. If the truth could set you free, then perhaps a paradigm can provide a map to the literal key. A paradigm isn't a truth as much as it is an abstract metaphor for truth. "The Next Paradigm for Human Living" depicts a very near future that is inevitable and assured. The people of the past saw themselves and their place in the world as one way, but now the people of the present can choose to see themselves in a whole new light. The decision is ultimately given to the reader to make. Good luck.
Release date Australia
August 2nd, 2004
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
iUniverse
Pages
172
Dimensions
161x230x11
ISBN-13
9780595325535
Product ID
1800802

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