all the ordinary concerns, struggles, and details of your
daily life, do you believe there is a context within which
it really matters what you choose to do? Modern science has
revealed insights about the universe that were unimagined
just a few generations ago. Surely some of these insights
are important for understanding the overall context that gives
meaning and significance to our lives. But science has acquired
a reputation for dehumanizing the world, leaving us stranded
and alienated in a universe for which our existence seems
irrelevant. One reason for this is that some of the information
uncovered by science has been destructive of many belief systems
on which we traditionally base our sense that our actions
matter. An Ordinary World outlines a way to approach
scientific information from a more optimistic and constructive
point of view. It suggests how to develop a perspective on
science from which you can pursue your own search for meaning
in a way that is consistent with a scientifically realistic
map of the world.
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