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In Why Believe? (Continuum) Professor John Cottingham argued that every human being possesses impulses and aspirations for which religious belief offers a home. His new book, How to Believe is concerned not so much with why we should believe as with what leads a person to become a believer. Cottingham challenges believers and non-believers alike to think afresh about the need to change their lives and about what such change might involve.
John Cottingham is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Reading University and a Fellow of Heythrop College and St John's College, Oxford. A world authority on Descartes, he has published a number of works on the philosopher. His previous books include, Why Believe? (Continuum)