A sweeping new assessment of how we know things—and how we can know them better. “The vast differences between the actual functions of the universe and our commonsense experience of it,” writes De Filippis at the beginning of his nonfiction work, “should cause us to question the very foundations of our worldview.


The biggest hurdle in reading this book is to realize that it’s not just our neighbors, our fellows, who are stuck in this insanity. We ourselves, and our friends and allies, are also powerless to think our way out of the mess. …It’s a weighty book, one I’m glad to have at hand, not just… Continue reading JH


If you are open to “Loosing” your Mind” then you won’t regret reading this book. I wish I had read it 40 years ago.


I understand the main point of becoming a more critical thinker to be, one must radically change their thinking by challenging their fundamental beliefs and assumptions, questioning themselves, listening openly to others, and analyzing objectively.

T.W. Ph.D.

Your book is…an entire undergraduate degree! Thank you for this amazing work. I will read it and quote it often. I would summarize your book by saying, “If you’re looking for a writer to tell you what to think, don’t read this book. But, if you are looking for a book to teach you how… Continue reading T.W. Ph.D.