The Influence of Man is a succinct analysis on the influence mankind has had on the world and how paradigm shifts -- in individual thought and national priority -- are essential to sustain a positive influence.
Written as a subjective non-fiction, The Influence of Man explores a perceptive approach to how people view themselves and their position in a greater global society. This book ranges from chapter topics in global and national statistics of concern, thought provoking parables designed to challenge the way readers see and act within the world, examinations of divisive and dogmatic beliefs that are responsible for subjecting entire groups of people to oppression, the dire need to refocus the intent of education, to the scientific principles of climate change, and introduces a new method to mathmatically evaluate the fundamental components of climate change while reviewing concerning rates and functions related to foundational climatalogic destruction.
This book culminates in its final chapters which examine the generational succession of human progress and a simple, objective view -- with scientific undertones -- of the purpose of life.
This book is sure to provide value and insight to a wide variety of reader profiles. Namely those that seek a greater understanding of the world around them, those that admire philosophical thought and sense of purpose, and those that enjoy the exploration of human progress and the factors that contribute to it.
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