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    Excellent book with fresh ideas. But I noticed that the writer made a huge effort to avoid any intentional miraculous possibilities for the existence of consciousness, cognition and value. Though I think that is an option shouldn't be off the table for the reason that it may "drag" one into religiosity. What is wrong in speculating that intentional power is behind all this. In fact we are at a cross Road and we wounder whether to turn science into a dogma or to accept that materialistic reductionism left too many loose ends and continuously failed to account for too much empirical "paranormal" facts and events. I think we human are much more than just to be reduced to chemical and physical entities. An attitude of humility is needed when approaching difficult questions like why we are here, why there are values, etc. You cannot just turn the "why" to a mechanical "how" and start collecting data and draw conclusions. "Why" always, I guess, will remain legitimate.

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