Description - Living on Purpose by Graham Dunstan Martin
The view of most contemporary thinkers is that there is no purpose or value in the universe, or in nature. Following on from the success of "Does It Matter?" Graham Martin sets out to show this viewpoint to be false. He addresses several big issues, including the problem of evil, the mystery of the afterlife, and evidence for a spiritual dimension to human experience. Ultimately, he argues that our human intuitions give genuine hope of a moral and rational order in the universe. This fascinating and important book is for all those who want to question the modern-day ruling philosophy.
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(234mm x 156mm x 18mm)
Publisher: Floris Books
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Author Biography - Graham Dunstan Martin
Graham Dunstan Martin was born in Leeds, England, in 1932. He taught French and English in schools for several years before lecturing in French poetry, literature and philosophy at the University of Edinburgh from 1965 to 2000. He is the author of many books, including Does It Matter: The Unsustainable World of the Materialists (Floris Books, 2005), Shadows in the Cave: Mapping the Conscious Universe (1990), translations of French poetry and three works of literary criticism.