Profile of the Human Condition

Profile of the Human Condition

by Dan Meehan


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In Profile of the Human Condition, the author takes direct aim at currently held positions on science, philosophy, and religion by closely examining the facts. Convinced that there is an underlying simplicity to complicated and vague issues that beguile our thinking, he set out to find a simple formula that provides answers. How we have learned what we have learned and become what we have become begins with recognizing we are part of a universe comprised of three of something at every level, hence, the term Triology. Scientific, philosophical, and religious ideas, theories, and beliefs are challenged and shown to be not only wrong, but aberrations of truth and common sense. Principle among these concepts are intelligence and time, concepts that have been presented in confusing and vague terms, leading to greater confusion and fallacies. While the author does not present new facts, his application is fresh, clear, and simple, not resorting to mystical concoctions.

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ISBN-13: 9781440175930
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/23/2009
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Dan Meehan is from the Cincinnati area, holds BS degrees in philosophy and psychology, and a Juris Doctorate in law. Retired, he travels around the United States with his dog and cat. Concerned about what he considered inconsistent and contradictory answers following law school, he conducted research, and presents his ideas in this book.

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