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A Theory of Knowledge

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143 pages2 hours

Summary

This short, fictional murder-mystery begins with a concise presentation of one man's idea of what knowledge is; and it is this "red-herring" which becomes the main theme. It fosters controversy, greed, thought, and murder - but why? Be forwarned: this is not a book for those who cannot tolerate ambiguity. The author does not take responsibility for those whose world-view is obliterated. If your philosophical outlook of our world is fragile, DO NOT READ THIS BOOK!

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