The Meaning(s) of Life

A Human's Guide to the Biology of Souls
by M

Non-Fiction - General
240 Pages
Reviewed on 05/26/2014
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

The Meaning(s) of Life: A Human's Guide to the Biology of Souls by M teaches readers about biology and the nuances revolving around the subject. The book includes a bit of philosophy, which makes it different from the usual biology books that you get to read. Some of the recent discoveries in the subject tell us how the life processes work and the author has shared information with readers in a less complicated way so it is easy to decipher. Interesting concepts like reducing love to molecules or regrowing new humans from cuttings the way we do with plants are covered. Topics included are: metabolism, entropy, origin of life and many more that are related to human life and living.

The theme of the book completely revolves around biology. It is an exciting read for those who are keen to know more about the meaning and evolution of life and how it works. The book has answers to many questions you may have about life and its evolution. The author has woven a bit of a philosophical aspect to this theme, giving it a metaphysical vibe. The basic causes, the speculations and the theoretical reasoning in the book encompass not only biology but also other aspects of life.

The author also chooses to cover emotions like empathy, fear, love, free will and a few more day-to-day emotions with a philosophical approach that can play on our hormones.