The Mystery of Being Human: God, Freedom and the NHS

by Raymond Tallis

The Mystery of Being Human: God, Freedom and the NHS
The Mystery of Being Human: God, Freedom and the NHS
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The Mystery of Being Human: God, Freedom and the NHS

by Raymond Tallis

In his latest collection of essays, author, physician and humanist philosopher Raymond Tallis meditates on the wonder of human consciousness, free will, reality, God and eternity. The philosophical reflections are interrupted by the fiercely polemical essay ‘Lord Howe’s Wicked Dream’, in which Tallis exposes the ‘institutionally corrupt’ deception intended to destroy the NHS, and the values that have created and sustained it.

‘Tallis is one of the very few contemporary thinkers whom I would unequivocally call a genius.’
Stuart Kelly, Scotland on Sunday
‘In this collection of sparklingly intelligent essays, Raymond Tallis makes good his claim by exploring these seemingly disparate subjects with a passion which reveals their inter-connected relevance in the vexed business of leading a meaningful life.’
Observer
‘Lucid, varied, compelling . . . this is a book that will provoke thought and new ideas – or at the very least a new way of seeing and thinking about many aspects of our lives.’
British Medical Journal

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In his latest collection of essays, author, physician and humanist philosopher Raymond Tallis meditates on the wonder of human consciousness, free will, reality, God and eternity. The philosophical reflections are interrupted by the fiercely polemical essay ‘Lord Howe’s Wicked Dream’, in which Tallis exposes the ‘institutionally corrupt’ deception intended to destroy the NHS, and the values that have created and sustained it.

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