I want to start writing this by telling you that this is not going to be a review of a book but some amazing conclusions that could really help understanding if there really is an algorithm behind every event that can happen in our life.
We already know that when we have the right premises and very accurate reasoning but we come to un unacceptable conclusion then we actually face a paradox.
When we read the title of this book we’re tempted to think that there will be heavy reading, full of metaphysical concepts, a sort of abstract collection of ideas .
On the contrary it is very easy to follow. After the very first pages I had the feeling that the author would have eventually wanted to link the examples from his book to the theoretical probability formula.
I would not insist on the examples of paradoxical situations explained in the book. There’s a nice approach of the Zeno’s paradox across the first chapters, followed by simple examples from every day life that we would have not thought about them being paradoxes.
I’d really recommend this book and I can guarantee that it’s not boring at all. It can also be life changing. It can give answers to complicated life situations and it can also raise interesting questions.