The Third Face of Coins by Martin Kari

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How many faces does a coin have? If you answered 'two' then this book is for you. In it, the author explores the 'third' face of coins: that extra aspect that often goes unnoticed. Here are twelve topics-social, political. and philosophical-that have that 'third' side to them. Join the author as he explores a colourful diversity of facts interspersed with his personal philosophies. Everything from the society of ants (just how much do we have in common with these creatures?) to the study of terrorism as a 'disease' (how sick are we?) is covered. This is philosophy for 'everyman.' No university degree is needed to follow the path laid out through these issues. Read with an open mind and you will want to join the 'dialogue' of tolerance encouraged by the author.
 

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Published April 3, 2009 by Sid Harta Publishers. 286 pages
Genres: Law & Philosophy, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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