The debut book by Jonathan Hontz, this is a work addressing the imaginary separation humans place between themselves and everything else. It presents and examines the idea that people are an inseparable part of the world in which they live, an undeniable influence on their surroundings, undeniably influenced by same. A spare and dense work of unflinching honesty that tries not to take itself too seriously, it ventures into the philosophy of science, mathematics, and takes a look at modern industrial culture and environmentalism. Well worth a look by any follower of modern philosophical thought, both beginner and professional alike.
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About the Author
Jonathan Hontz is an author whose interest in, and practice of philosophy was born in his post-secondary education. He is also the author of Intellectual Savagery.