John Marwood Cleese is an English actor, comedian, screenwriter, and producer. He achieved success at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and as a scriptwriter and performer on The Frost Report.
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Explore the transformative lessons of near-death experiences with this groundbreaking book. Written by the world's leading expert on the subject, After challenges our traditional views on death and offers a new perspective: that dying could be a transition between one form of consciousness and another. Dr. Bruce Greyson shares his scientific research and insights from four decades of work, inviting readers to open their minds and expand their understanding of what it means to be human. A must-read for anyone seeking to transform their fear of dying into a healthy view of it as a natural part of life.
Happy publication day to @BruceGreyson! His book, AFTER, is the culmination of almost half a century of scientific research about near-death experiences. Bruce will help you rethink the nature of life, death, and the continuity of consciousness. – source
Uncover the profound difference between the left and right hemispheres of the brain, and how they shape our experience of the world. Drawing on recent research and case studies, this book explores how the left hemisphere is detail-oriented and self-interested, while the right hemisphere is flexible and generous. From the evolution of language and music to the history of philosophy and mental illness, the author takes us on a journey through Western culture to demonstrate the tension between these two worlds. A thought-provoking read that sheds new light on the modern world and its potential consequences.
I had some Zoom chats recently with Dr. Iain McGilchrist, who wrote the most interesting book I have ever read. I think some of my twits might enjoy them. Here’s the first. For the full clip, click here: – source
Discover the theory of the asshole with this New York Times bestseller. In his thought-provoking and necessary book, philosopher Aaron James explores the concept of the asshole - from smug to corporate and everywhere in between. Learn how to manage and understand these individuals, and identify when to resist or ignore them. Perfect for any young adult entering the real world, this book offers practical concepts to handle the assholes in your life.
I have already recommended the book " Assholes " by the philosopher Aaron James His description of how an Asshole reacts when his bloated sense of entitlement is challenged, is a perfect description of Trump's current behaviour – source