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What To Eat and What Not To Eat Paperback – 2004
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Dr. L.C. Gupta M.D., D. Sc. (HON): World record of writing 97 Medical Books - 2003, B.C. Roy National Award-1988, Millennium Medical Author of Saarc Nations-2002, President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Services-1993, Published 139 Scientific Research Papers, Dr. Abhishek Gupta M.D., DRM, Co-author of 12 popular Medical Books, Working at SGPGI Lucknow.
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In this well-designed book, Grayling appeals to the THREE Enlightenments: (1) the Greco-Roman (2) Renaissance, and (3) 18th century, which he continues to believe expresses the very best of the humanist response to religious dogma and absurd doctrines. He admits that Greek ethics is not for everyone -- even Aristotle admitted as much -- but we have more recent naturalistically moral writers, such as Hucheson, Hume, and Smith, that provide us with reason, experience, and empirical foundations to make prudent decisions -- without consulting a Bible, the Oracle at Delphi, or an Imam at Mecca.
For readers made timid by philosophy, Grayling makes commonsense of natural wisdom as accessible as fruit in an orchard. All one has to do in choose which course of action, based on what values one esteems, and what facts we are certain. The rest is rather clearcut and straight forward, and the joys of a humanistic goodness may again one day reign supreme -- before we all kill each other in their god's name.