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Ninety paradoxes of philosophy and psychology. With solutions.

©2019 John-Michael Kuczynski (P)2019 John-Michael Kuczynski

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Complex Problems Concisely Solved

I like this author's approach. He just gets straight to the point. And he always hits the answer right on the nose. Every philosophy professor I had would just gas on and on, and talk around the answer, because he didn't know it. Not this guy. He knows it, and says it, And witty too!

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Brisk and clear

This was clear and authoritative. Understatedly witty, very controlled. Interesting perspective. The solutions of the Sorites Paradox, Raven Paradox and Russell's Paradox seem pretty solid. Some of the others are more speculative, but worth listening to.

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  • 05-20-20

sharp, worth a listen

the author definitely has a singular outlook and, i think, has solved some of these paradoxes. some of them, though, don't 'translate' well into spoken form, involving as they do symbols and the like. the psychology ones go over better than the logic ones. but the concept is good, and it's not boring.