Armchair Philosophy: A Collection Of Short Stories & Weird Ramblings by Daniel Peterson

This collection of short stories is inspired by my good friend of over 12 years, the armchair philosophy Joshuar James Edmund Bradshaw and his ramblings. No, he did not go to school for philosophy or major in anything in particular. But what he does have is the creativity to inspire me to write this book. This book covers a variety of topics, including history, philosophy, ethics, politics, and more. Nothing is on the extreme side, as everything is light-hearted and just said as a joke.

The book tries to be a little cliche and generic at times. This is because most of these stories and ideas are not my idea. I have heard them over the years, and would like to help spread those ideas for others to learn or enjoy. There is no hidden agenda here, although you may want to take some of this with a grain of salt.

This book is for entertainment purposes only, and should not be taken as fact or anything besides fiction stories intended to be humorous and fun. This book is not meant to offend anyone, even if it does come out that way at times.

Most of this book contains my creative writing pieces. I am by no means a creative writer, but this is my first attempt at writing a book. I would love to hear your feedback if you read it!

This is not the end of the Joshuar’s ramblings, as I plan on doing more in the future. I want nothing more than to help spread the philosophy and ideas that I would like to share.

Please read this book and enjoy it! And please feel free to leave a review or comment about the book down below! I don’t care if you don’t like my writing, I just want feedback and suggestions for future books, so I can continue to help spread philosophy in what little way that one man can.

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