Dogma’s Primrose Path addresses how the perpetual presence of ignorance, poverty, and war throughout the world is accepted by most people as an inevitable consequence of human life given man’s incurably evil, greedy, and violent nature. John L. Martinez argues that this almost universal acceptance is itself a dogmatically learned and programmed condition. This book suggests that human beings need to discard their dogmatic straightjackets and begin to thrive upon reason, logic, perception, and experience in order to live together fruitfully and peaceably.
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About the Author
John L. Martinez practiced law in the Los Angeles area and at the age of thirty-seven was appointed to the bench where after twenty-two years of service retired as a state superior court judge. For over thirty years his passion, aside from the law, has been the reading of philosophy.
Table of ContentsIntroduction
Chapter 1: The Self
Chapter 2: Religion and God: The Disconnect between Religion and God
Chapter 3: Wealth
Chapter 4: Nation-State Lawlessness