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Echoes Of Common Sense

Adebowale Ojowuro


  • Isbn(Print) 9780620507967
  • Isbn (E-book) N/A
  • pages 182
  • Price 199
  • Published 2011-09-19

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About the book

No one can deny the incisive wisdom of this commonsensical proverb, which accurately describes the depth of the chronic imbecility that’s emblematic in human nature. Despite being at liberty to exercise the aptness of reason, the fundamental theology that binds humanity to religious belief continues fallible. "Recognition as the name indicates is a change from ignorance to knowledge," so Aristotle has aptly observed. The way to change a society is to impart rational thought into the minds of the people. This thought provoking book brings the library of rationality and reason —the matter-of-fact reflection — to awaken the commonsense of the people to the probity of moral principles in which the collective ethics of humankind should appropriately take a course.


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Adebowale Ojowuro

About the author

Adebowale Ojowuro, a South African of Nigerian descent, is a freethought activist, Secularist, writer, and philosopher who constantly articulates critical voice of reason against the foulness of dogmatic system of belief that persistently breeds very awkward delusions of terrible nature for successive generations of the entire black race to be contented with not understanding the world they live in under repressive control of organized religions.


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