5 STAR REVIEW
A Fascinating and Thought-Provoking Read!
Fate or free will? Choice or predestination? The argument has been going on ever since the first time that man conceived of himself as being distinct from his environment and apparently presented with options. Some people believe that the story has already been written and that we just go through the motions of life, enjoying the excitement but not really choosing our own path. Others argue that we have an abundance of options to choose from.
An innovative and enlightening look at a topic at the very heart of human existence, “The Question of Choice” by Yitzhak Segman takes a multidisciplinary approach to the study of free will, bringing together the fields of history, philosophy, science, and metaphysics to offer a revolutionary explanation that will shake the foundations of our current understanding.
Whether or not you believe that everything is fated, nothing is fated, or somewhere in between, Yitzhak Segman’s “The Question of Choice” is a fascinating and thought-provoking read. Very highly recommended and a well-deserved five stars from me. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Yitzhak Segman worked for 30-odd years in the electronics industry, during most of which he held management positions. For five years, he was a director at a company that develops and markets advanced medical equipment. He holds a master's degree in History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas from Tel-Aviv University.
Upon his retirement, Segman expanded his knowledge in practical spiritual learnings such as “metaphysical thought”, “geometry in creation”, “super-consciousness”, and others. He has also written the book “The Hidden Reality Behind the Scenes”, which was translated into English and received enthusiastic reviews. Currently, he writes and lectures on spiritual-practical subjects.