It isn't easy to make sense of the chaos that is modern-day reality. Transformational change, information deluge, and a preponderance of bad ideas often leave us feeling isolated in a world that seems to be edging closer to an expedited collapse.
Post-truth has made itself heard across virtually every intellectual discipline, leaving one navigating a turbulent pathway to a workable clarity.
The goal of this book is to make sense of the universe. A cynic would claim that such a task is futile, fraught with obstacles, and ultimately a bridge to eventual disappointment. Perhaps this is true, but the author would not renege on the journey. Its path may be convoluted, but the serendipity that it invites is overwhelmingly rewarding.
Navigating the chaos is a formed-in-the-fire product of wrestling with a diversity of understandings that the author has absorbed during his lifetime. It is a consequence of both his practical experience and independent inquiry that reflects issues as diverse as the nature of science, the ebbs and flow of history, and the trajectory of our future.
The book is organized in a question /answer format that takes the form of a dialogue that is easily accessible to the reader. Its focus is on the big questions, and it is a concerted effort by the author to reinforce his opinion with supporting evidence. It also offers questions for the reader to ponder with the hope that others will enrich their lives by finding meaning in a pathway that is neither black nor white pilled.
About The Author
The author, Gavin Kanowitz, brings with him the experience of having lived in two countries – South Africa and Canada. He has degrees in Biology/Physics, Chemical Engineering, and Education. Kanowitz is a voracious reader who has two earlier publications – Take the History Challenge (2001) and the History of the Future (2006). The former is a compendium of history quizzes, and the latter is a hypothetical take on the future events that may impact humanity in a possible future.
He draws from close to thirty years of involvement in engineering, teaching, and a life-long study of history and philosophy. Kanowitz takes inspiration from a variety of sources that include the works of JS Mills, Maimonides, Friedrich Nietzsche, Thomas Sowell, Galileo Galilei, Albert Einstein, George Orwell, Hannah Arendt, and Victor Davis Hanson, amongst others.
He is a husband and father of two teenagers and an avid lover of dogs.
Book Name: Navigating the Chaos: Clarity and Belief in a World of Persistent Deceit
Author Name: Gavin Kanowitz
ISBN Number: 979-8385642786
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