|# of Units:||7 CDs|
|Length:||7 hours, 58 minutes|
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My main issue was that neither of the two veiws presented were those of philosophers, per se. Thus the best arguments for both sides weren't presented. Additionally, by the 2nd disc, it was abundantly clear that the author had decided to side with CS Lewis and from there on out seemed prone to making a straw man out of Freud. Therefore, to me, it quickly got boring thereafter since one knew where things were headed. If you're really into CS Lewis and want to hear arguments for religion appear to prevail, you'll like this one. Otherwise, you'r liable to get bored with it rather quickly.
Amazing book. It will make you a better person just to hear them debate what it means if there is or isn't a God.
Very boring and difficult to listen to.I hope the course is better than the book.
Dr. Armand M. Nicholi, Jr. is an associate clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital. He has an active practice as a psychiatrist and serves as a consultant to government groups, corporations, and professional athletes.