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From the Publisher"John Leslie addresses issues of belief in immortality and thecreative role of value in a characteristically lively style, in thecourse of deploying a variety of arguments. He is alwaysstimulating, even when one disagrees with him."
Revd Dr John Polkinghorne, KBE, FRS
"I believe Leslie will be remembered one hundred or two hundredyears from now as one of the most unique, philosophicallyfundamental, and interesting thinkers of our time."
Quentin Smith, Western Michigan University
"This is an admirable piece of philosophical speculation, in thegrand manner of great philosophers in the past, but informed bymodern cosmology."
J J C Smart, Monash University
“Thought-provoking … useful to both the professionalphilosopher and to one just starting … .Touches on a varietyof topics … and is exceptionally clear.” ReligiousStudies Review
“Leslie has articulated and defended … the greatsubjects in the history of philosophy: God, the self, the natureand origin of the cosmos, value, and immortality.” NotreDame Philosophical Reviews