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Do You Think What You Think You Think? by Julian BagginiIs your brain ready for a thorough philosophical health check? Really, it wont hurt a bit...Is what you believe coherent and consistent? Or is it a jumble of contradictions? If you could design yourself a God, what would He (or She, or It) be like? Can you spot the logical flaw in an argument (even if its hiding from you)? And how will you fare on the tricky terrain of ethics when your taboos are under the spotlight? If all this causes your brain to overheat, there is a philosophy general knowledge quiz to round off with. Do You Think What You Think You Think? presents a dozen quizzes that will reveal what you really think and what it all adds up to (brace yourself: it might not add up to what you expected). Challenging, fun, infuriating - sometimes all at once - this book will enable you to discover the you you never knew you were. Think of it as an MOT for your mind.
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He cautions his readers not to take the novel too literally however, stating that he doesn't "want people conflating Esther with Hazel they're very different , and it's extremely important to me that I not claim to be telling Esther's story. Esther's story belongs to Esther and to her family. Read more Rating: based on 10 rating s 2 with reviews. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item Simply devastating.
Hazel is forced by her parents to attend a support group where she subsequently meets and falls in love with year-old Augustus Waters, an ex-basketball player and amputee. Hazel's character is inspired by Esther Earl, a girl who died at age 16 from thyroid cancer. Green and Earl met at a Harry Potter convention in , and remained good friends throughout her life. Earl supported his wish to write the book. Hazel Grace Lancaster, a year-old with thyroid cancer that has spread to her lungs, attends a cancer patient support group at her mother's behest. At one meeting, Hazel meets a year-old boy currently in remission named Augustus Waters, whose osteosarcoma caused him to lose his right leg.