Chapter Summary Of Chapter 1 By M. Scott Peck

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In chapter 1, M. Scott Peck is the author I found the most compelling in terms of his argument. I found Peck’s view the most compelling because thinking of reality like a map is something I never thought could make so much sense. Now thinking of reality as a map I can see I need to continuously revise how I value things in life based on new expectations, findings, and social values. For example, on the topic of gays and lesbians back in my Parents’ Day people thought that being gay or lesbian is a choice of life but with new scientific data, it could be something someone is born with. Therefore, there is a need to revise one’s map. In chapter 2, George E. Saint-Laurent is most in line with my current worldview because I also believe that religion
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