Philosophical Lighthouse: Reality vs Fantasy

(3 customer reviews)




Philosophy is your comprehensive view of the universe. Your understanding of the world around you, that you use subconsciously, every moment of the day, to make all the decisions in your life.

Because you are alive, you will eventually die. Making bad decisions, like smoking or stepping in front of a bus, could bring about a premature end to the life that you cling to.

If you could, wouldn’t you choose to make correct decisions 100% of the time? Or at least as close to 100% as a rational person could expect?

Our philosophy guides, not what we think, but how we think. If you find yourself struggling to solve problems and wondering if you are jinxed, you are probably operating with an inconsistent philosophy. That is to say, there are good philosophies and bad philosophies. I’m hoping this book will help you find a better one than the one you currently have.

3 reviews for Philosophical Lighthouse: Reality vs Fantasy

  1. Dee Leger

    Philosophy was boring before reading Michael Badnarik’s view of it. He brings love of Science and knowledge to the forefront of our being. Even overly religious folks can understand and become part of those guided by this Philosophical Lighthouse!

  2. Joshua Hogarth (verified owner)

    Just finished Michael’s book, it was such a great read, it was enlightening and a fun read. I enjoyed the humor, and most of all I appreciate how well you teach, and explain your thoughts and ideas in a way that is very clear and concise. You are a wealth of knowledge and wisdom, I’m impressed with what you have accomplished and an inspiration for me to keep pursuing education/learning/adventures/living. Thank you!

  3. Joel (verified owner)

    Philosophical Lighthouse lays a foundation for the subject of philosophy and adds Michael’s flair and insight to keep it interesting and to challenge the reader. The anecdotes and easy to understand language make the underlying philosophy exciting and accessible. The hard challenge of the book is not in its content, so much as in the way it forces the reader to examine their own thinking and philosophy. By the end of the book, one cannot help but feel either very certain of of cherished convictions, or that existing mentality now requires serious reconsideration. Philosophical Lighthouse is ultimately the beacon that its title implies, providing guidance that cuts trough the noise that clouds the journey of life. Highly recommended.

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