Bloomington, IN (Vocus) July 23, 2010
Every nation has a conscience. Every era has a herald. Every people has a destiny. Discover for yourself the controversial new book The Meaning of Life: Foundation for a Modern Aristocracy--A compelling answer to the timeless question: What meaning should humanity create for itself in the future? Available Independence Day 2010 exclusively for online order, a Utah man explores secular origins, modern nihilism and corruption, as well as the idea of a unified church and state.
Clearly written as a moral justification for secular American philosophy, the work stands as a victory for the United States in the raging international culture war. Be first to enjoy the clever wit and biting cynicism of this social commentary--in a critical election year. Brilliantly incorporating a satirical level of irony and sarcasm, the reader is swept away into a modern discussion of truth, knowledge, and society. Highlighting questions, rather than doctrine, the author offers an answer to the purpose for human existence--is he right?
Become part of the Modern Aristocracy and realize how our outdated political stereotypes will not apply in the future. By redefining true conservativism and reforming authentic liberalism The Meaning of Life offers a way forward for both American philosophy and secular culture as a whole. Fatalism and existentialism collide with dazzling prose, contradiction, and an inspiring message.--A truly artistic work.
The journey begins with The Meaning of Life, a progressive rebuttal to the fanatical tea party movement.--As voice for a secular generation.
The Meaning of Life * by J. R. Pen
Foundation for a Modern Aristocracy
Publication Date: June 30, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 219 pages; 978-1-4535-1507-5
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 219 pages; 978-1-4535-1508-2
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4535-1509-9
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