Controvert, Or, On the Lie: And Other Philosophical Dialogues
Taking a quizzical, philosophical look at the conundrums life places before us, the author explores paradoxical situations in philosophical dialogues geared to stimulate thought and resonate with the readerOCOs own experiences. Implications regarding politics and politicians, leadership and democracy are investigated along the way."
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