PRLog - Oct. 23, 2012 - LONDON -- The World Book Awards Selection Committee is proud to announce that Adequate Wisdom: Essays on the Nature of Existence: A Layman's Observations of Life & the Cosmos by Ronald P. Smolin has won top honors at the 2012 World Book Awards. Adequate Wisdom has been named Best Non-Fiction Book in this year's competition.
Written for the general reader, the book provides a broad overview of the structures, events and ideas in the world with the goal of achieving an adequate understanding of the cosmos and the human condition.
The San Francisco Book Review described Adequate Wisdom as “an exhaustive collection of philosophical viewpoints presented for a layman. Smolin presents the general reader with an overview of essays that discuss existence, our cosmos, and the many different viewpoints held by people. The simplistic wording by Smolin makes these essays easy to comprehend and gives the general reader a framework to build a better understanding of the nature of existence.”
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The World Book Awards Selection Committee congratulates all twelve award winners and looks forward to the 2013 World Book Awards competition.
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