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Good Sense

by Paul Henri Thiry (Baron d'Holbach)

"Good Sense" is a thought-provoking and insightful book written by Paul Eldridge. Published in the early 20th century, this classic work explores the themes of wisdom, common sense, and human behavior. It delves into the importance of using good judgment and making sound decisions in life. Throughout the book, the author uses real-life examples and witty anecdotes to illustrate his points and to make his arguments relatable and easy to understand. He argues that good sense is the key to success and happiness, and that it can be cultivated through education, self-reflection, and practical experience. He also touches upon the danger of being too dogmatic, and how it can lead to a closed-mindedness that hinders growth and progress. "Good Sense" has been widely read and highly acclaimed for its timeless wisdom, and its relevance remains undiminished even after many decades. It is a must-read for anyone who is seeking to improve their life and to develop a more balanced and thoughtful perspective on the world. Whether you are a student, a young professional, or a seasoned veteran, the insights and lessons contained within its pages will be of great value to you. In short, "Good Sense" is a classic that is both entertaining and enlightening, and a valuable addition to any bookshelf.

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Baron d'Holbach was a French Enlightenment philosopher and writer who lived from 1723 to 1789. He was born Paul-Henri Thiry in Edesheim, near Landau in the Palatinate, and became known as the Baron d'...

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