Principa The Pleasure of Common Sense by Robert A. Walker

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Principa:The Pleasure of Common Sense

Humankind, the universe, and the connections between them inspired author Robert Walker’s immersion in the process of self-observation, one which he intends both to provide an enhanced insight into and one that he believes is the underpinning of understanding all we perceive.

A groundbreaking marriage of psychology, quantum physics, and astrophysics allows Walker to break out from the preconceived notions of previous generations to consider a world far more integrated than previously imagined. Centered on the use of critical thinking, Walker demonstrates how necessary it is as a tool for understanding life’s experiences, our personal relationships, and the cultural implications that avail themselves to us through its application. Accompanied by maps and diagrams that illustrate the various relationships among one’s feelings, experiences, and thought processes, Walker takes a new, divergent approach to the idea of human creation.

Delivering the positive message that human beings are uniquely special and our potential for creating a healthy, sane, and empathetic society has yet to be tapped, Principa: The Pleasure of Common Sense is an uplifting message of hope and wonder, and is a bracing tonic of good cheer at a time when it’s needed most.

About Robert A. Walker

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Robert A. Walker served the people of New York City for nearly three decades in three different agencies during the last 16years with the New York City Police Department before retiring in 2008. He helped design telecommunications systems for rms such as White Weld, First Hanover, and Source Securities, and was responsible for the design, implementation, and distribution of mobile communication devices for the entire N.Y.P.D.
Published February 29, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 502 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting.

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Walker deconstructs the thinking of such luminaries as Einstein, Plato, Freud and Darwin, among others, in an attempt to illustrate a “unified theory” of how all the divergent parts of existence come together.

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