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The Meaning Of Life

By Zarrow

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Description

You’ve just found the ONLY app on the App Store which genuinely answers the greatest question of all time. In just ten minutes, you’ll be presented with a breathtaking yet straightforward answer that simply explains humanity's common purpose.

In just 28 pages, you'll thoroughly explore this one central theme. It's something which surrounds us every single day, yet we don't even stop to consider it. And you'll be taken through, step by step, to see how just how everything falls into place.

It isn’t long. It isn’t self-indulgent. There’s no jargon.

The app simply gives you the key info in a manner which is clear, concise and direct. It encourages us to step back from our day-to-day lives for a little while. The outcome of this is what's truly incredible.

KEY FACTS:

- Genuine answer
- 28 pages of content
- Packed with lovely images
- Hugely thought-provoking
- Surprisingly simple

If you wish to discuss the contents of this app, please get in touch. We love hearing your feedback!

What's New in Version 1.1

- New Icon!
- New front cover!
- Same great Meaning of Life

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Customer Reviews

Way better than I was expecting

When I downloaded this, I was pretty skeptical...I thought it would be some religious thing or something. But it’s not. It offers pretty much everything I hoped for - and though it doesn’t answer everything, I think this as good an explanation of this question as I’ve ever heard

I read this while on holiday, and I had a great time...I learnt to stop focusing on the little things and it gave me a real appreciation for the beauty of this world. Anyone who says otherwise...clearly didn’t read the app :)

For a free app, it’s about as good as you could hope for. Great pictures, too

Poppycock

The author suggests that the meaning of life is that all humans are dissatisfied which makes us strive for more, which in turn makes us more dissatisfied. An oversimplification at best and he glosses over the fact that not everone is dissatisfied, some of us actually appreciate what little we have, but how great that little is. I think he has a negative attitude and tars all humans with the same brush. The 'meaning' of life is different for everyone. To even consider that there ought to be any meaning at all could be an err. A contentious issue no doubt, but folly and hubris on the authors part for thinking his answer is better than anyone elses. I did like the pictures in the app though:)

Wrong propositional answer

Firstly the meaning of life is a why question. Why are we here? This app does NOT answer this question. It only answers what we do here. It describes an a prosteriori view about humans being intrinsically dissatisfied. Then from this deducting that therefore the meaning of life is to improve. However this is purely a singular argument, and does not take into account other perspectives (which are equally valid). It does not argue that improving is necessarily meaningful. It's a simplistic argument. But it's a nice try I suppose.

The Meaning Of Life
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Books
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.1
  • Size: 14.5 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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