What This World is Really About!

Because the Confusion Starts With the Fundamentals

Non-Fiction - General
73 Pages
Reviewed on 01/26/2016
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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite

In What This World is Really About! Because the Confusion Starts With the Fundamentals by Ken Minton, the author seeks to clear up the confusion concerning the subject of what the world is really about. Is it a case of philosophical and scientific issues as continually presented by academia? Are there even any such issues or is this a myth created by those in the academic world with self-serving interests? In this book, Ken Minton strongly disagrees with the suggestion that philosophical and scientific issues exist. He instead presents a different angle to answering the question of what the world is really about, and he suggests that if there are any issues to analyze then it is the case of reality and preference. So, should the issue really be science vs. philosophy or just reality vs. preference? What role has the education system played in this confusion and how can this be rectified? These are the questions that Ken Minton answers.

What This World is Really About! Because the Confusion Starts With the Fundamentals by Ken Minton provides deeply insightful reading on the existence of reality and preference issues instead of scientific and philosophical issues. Carefully written over a 20-year period, the book is very enlightening as Ken Minton flawlessly articulates the root cause of the confusion and how this confusion has been intentionally nurtured for selfish reasons. The book tackles rather technical and complex subjects, but Ken Minton simplifies it as much as possible so ordinary folks would easily comprehend the message. It draws explanations and examples from concepts and events from past eras and yet stays relevant to current times. What This World is Really About! Because the Confusion Starts With the Fundamentals by Ken Minton is a worthy read for anyone seeking to understand the reality and preference issues vs. science and philosophy issues.

Mamta Madhavan

What This World Is Really About! Because the Confusion Starts with the Fundamentals by Ken Minton is a thought-provoking and insightful book. It challenges Western thinking at the very rudimentary core which is the big question between philosophy and science, and will get readers to think deeply. Chapter 1 deals with the analysis of the fundamentals with an argument on how reality is understood; chapters two to seven address many of these controversial issues; chapter eight is a review of their perspectives; and finally, chapter nine is a summary. The book will make readers ponder over the profundities and complexities of life and realize that the demarcation between philosophy and science makes no sense.

What This World Is Really About! looks at how academics have caused confusion. Ken Minton's perspective will make readers curious to know more about human evolution, self-survival, and species-reproduction, motivations which are inherent to genetic make-up. The book is an analysis of reality based upon the available and directly related facts, and the insights and tools shared need multiple readings to comprehend and understand properly. I found the book quite fascinating and the author gives an interesting look at the state of the world in these modern times. The author breaks free from conventional thought processes and will challenge the thinking of traditional minds, making readers look at the deeper things in life that point towards an accurate and intelligent understanding of reality.

Ken Minton

The purpose of my book is to change the way people think. The reviewer mostly seemed to get this.