The Dancer and the Dance by Michael Wasser­man

The Dancer and the Dance by Michael Wasser­man

Essays on Skep­ti­cism and the Search for Meaning

Can a seeker also be a skeptic? Can one believe without renouncing the responsibility to doubt? These eight essays argue that the answer is yes. They make the case that the most authentic way to search for meaning today is not to suppress our skepticism but to intensify it, not to give up our doubts but to sharpen them. In a bitterly-polarized world, these essays offer a middle way. They insist that we need not choose between religious searching and critical thinking. At the far side of skepticism, the two paths converge.

Year first published: 2022

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