Man’s Relentless Search
"What does the other fellow consist of? What is that other fellow? Well, the philosopher had to answer that question. And it’s the onequestion he never answered satisfactorily. And it’s the one question that’sbeen answered satisfactorily in Scientology." -L. Ron Hubbard
An extraordinary drama played out across thousands of years, Man’slong search to penetrate the mystery of “the other fellow” - and thereby to know himself - found its expression not only inphilosophy and religion, but even in war and conquest. Yet in spite of, or perhaps because of, the crucial intensity of this quest, its continuing failure down the centuries accumulated ever-deepening problems for Man. Hence, in desperation, he eventually abandoned the search entirely - in 1879, to be precise. And into the vacuum of its failure there stepped a new and deadly theory. Specifically, that “the other fellow” is no more than an aggregate of brain, blood and sinew, a stimulus-response mechanism that reacts to but is incapableof mastering its environment. As this concept gained strength, so declined therespect shown each individual and, with it, the sense of honor and purposeof Man as a whole. In interpreting this remarkable story, Ron not only explains whyMan’s epic search met with failure for so long, he reveals the missingelement that has finally brought success and solved the mystery of “the other fellow.” For today, one can indeed know the truth about one’s fellow human beings and, hence, come to understand oneself. And what that knowledge foretells for both the individual and Mankind is not only the recovery of respect, honor and purpose, but a level of success that exceeds anything previously attainable.
Please note: This audiobook is in Russian.
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