I am exceptionally delighted to finally announce that my very first printed publication, Ernest & Noble, is now available in paperback or as an eBook for the small price of £3.49 or £2.49 respectively.
In an age when ideological divides are ceaselessly widening, A.C. Stark attempts to elicit the importance of human understanding and tolerance by obliging the reader to reflect upon the fragility of their personal ideologies. By shining a light on the hubris of absolutist belief systems and admitting of the probable – albeit regrettable – reality of moral nihilism, A.C. Stark reveals why false beliefs are crucially important to human well-being.
“You must realise this, Ernest. You have no warrant to have faith in rationality, or truth. For the truth is that truth is not always a beneficial thing to possess.”
Ernest & Noble is devised to liberate tolerant, philosophical atheists from nihilism’s murky labyrinth whilst luring militant atheists and other entrenched ideologues within.
“Look, just as in order to live we tend to deny the reality of our impending and inevitable death, in order to live well we have to deny the meaninglessness of the universe.”
Whoever you are, whatever your creed (or lack thereof), faith, resilience and compromise will undoubtedly be necessary when exploring this beautifully provocative debut book from A.C. Stark.