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Jim: I'm paying attention to your foot now. Engaging discussion of human irrationality in all its guises -- obedience and conformity, ignoring and distorting evidence, mistakes, misinterpretations, foolish risk-taking, intuition, etc. A schizophrenic, a sociopath, a borderline and an obsessive-compulsive neurotic may all need different approaches. En route to that conclusion, and of special interest to psychologists, Dawkins attacks with a vengeance superstition, the paranormal, astrology and just about every other kind of pseudoscience.

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Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (March 1, 2005)


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