Paradox: The Rejected Cornerstone

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iUniverse, 2005 - Science - 152 pages
In sharp contrast to today's foreboding, politically correct posturing, there is a formula that measures "all things"-in the same precise way that we know with certainty that two plus two equals four. However, the world continues to search for this universal truth until it faces its old enemy head on and looks him straight in the eye.Paradox: The Rejected Cornerstone vindicates this marvelous prototype, proving emphatically, once and for all, that a paradox is not a contradiction, as it so easily appears. Author Jane Weir details the composition of the paradox and, for the first time, discloses its incredible logistical and mathematical laws. Embark on an eye-opening journey into the mysterious and obscure realm of truth. Understanding will be yours, once you observe this ubiquitous equation, revealing life's universal blueprint.

Therefore, it is with great hope that the educated and uneducated alike will come to see that life is not a contradiction, as is commonly perceived. It is instead, a paradox, not an accidental and misfortunate stumbling block, but a magnificently complex, creatively designed information source.

 

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Contents

The Search for Truth
1
The Balancing Act
17
All in One and One in All
32
The Educational Springboard
49
The Quintessential Classroom
65
The True Learning Curve
83
Putting It All Together
100
Summing It Up
119
Bibliography
133
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