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One-Minute Philosopher, The
By author: Dr. Montague Brown

Pages: 224
ISBN: 978-1-928832-55-3
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Clear thinking and solid values -- in terms everyone can understand!

To get a hearing for Catholic truth and values today, we have to speak in sound bites: simply, clearly, and quickly . . . or people just walk away. The One-Minute Philosopher solves that problem. With plain-spoken wisdom, it explains over 175 fundamental concepts that form the basis of any decent human life.

Plus, since The One-Minute Philosopher is a basic primer that relies on common sense rather than on theology, its quick arguments are accessible to all thinking persons: you don’t have to be Catholic in order to understand the explanations in this book. That makes it a terrific tool for helping people make the distinctions that will ultimately lead them to God’s truth.

The One-Minute Philosopher is perfect for parents, teachers, and everyone who wants to restore sanity and clear thinking to our fractious society!

“In a culture and an era when people tend to equate feelings with thought, The One-Minute Philosopher comes as a welcome offering. This handy volume, which is cleverly done, can be a very useful tool to those who wish to improve their thinking and communication skills.”
Most Reverend John J. Myers
Archbishop of Newark

“Deep wisdom is not usually short, clear, and sprightly; and short, clear, sprightly books are not usually very deep or wise; but Dr. Montague Brown has written a very unusual book that is both. It puts profound, practical, universally human wisdom into a format that even a scatterbrained MTV addict can understand and profit from. It is a book that can permanently change young lives.”
Peter Kreeft
Handbook of Christian Apologetics

“Our mass-media culture leaves people confused about virtually everything that matters most. Anyone who realizes that will find Brown’s One-Minute Philosopher a useful tool for clearing things up and sorting them out.” Germain Grisez
Difficult Moral Questions

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