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Sam Harris is making the case that there could and should be an entire branch of science devoted to determining human values. He is saying that science can - in principle - discover what we *should* value. This is very different from arguing that science can help us achieve what we already value. That is already obvious, as anyone who has been to the doctor, or benefited from modern agriculture could tell you. Nor is he saying that science can give us insight as to what human beings value, and how their moral reasoning orates. Harris' claim is so bold and ambitious, that if he is right, it will (if a science of values emerges, and is put into practice) transform mankind enormously for the better.
The philosopher Daniel Dennet is fond of saying that Charles Darwin's idea of natural selection is the best idea anyone ever had. I agree with him. However, if Sam Harris is right, then Dennett will have to move Darwin to second place. What idea or set of ideas could be more valuable than a science of value? If there is anything more valuable, it will itself be a subset of the science of values.
Harris' comparison of ethics with the science of human physical health is also very helpful. Many objections to his proposal can be shown to be nonsense when we draw an analogy with medicine. For example, if someone is depressed, we might say that they should take an anti-depressant to make them happier. Critics of a science of human happiness will probably be quick to jump on this and say, well, if drug-induced happiness is what we're after, why don't we all just shoot heroin all day? This kind of objection relies on a far too narrow conception of happiness. By analogy, the same critic would have to argue that we should all be shooting steroids, since a doctor might at some point recommend strength training to a weakened patient.
I'm sick and tired of reading Bigfoot books that go over the same material again and again. How many times do we have to be told about the Paterson/Gimlim film , or Albert Osterman's kidnapping, or the millions of footprints or the old indian legends.. ok, ok ok, I'm convinced, now for God's sake can we please move on?
Noel's book takes us from the front porch, where everyone is standing around trying to open the door, to inside the house,where things start to get new and interesting. There is so much more to this subject than the question of their existance, and Noel's book goes where the others haven't.
It explores their fascinating interaction with humans and how, hidden here and there throughout north america families have quietly developed relationships that use this need for interaction to bond with sasquatches in a unique fashion. There may be a great deal to be learned from these creatures, if,for once, we humans can forbare from ruining everyting we come in touch with. The delicate relationships that presently exist,as described in this book, do give us hope that just perhaps we can swallow our hubris and learn from our forest relatives.
The game starts off a bit slow, and gets you acclimated to your character and surroundings. Later on in the game, it gets extremely difficult, and is not for the faint of heard. Way more options, complexity, and difficulty compared to D2, with all the fast paced fun! Currently running around Act 3 on inferno difficulty, and it's a riot!