An analysis of life from an engineering perspective

By Author Robert Brust


Human Understanding: An Engineer’s Analysis of Life, Getting to the Basics

“Human Understanding” is an analysis of life from an engineering perspective. It looks to develop some simple basics from which other related life issues are more easily understood. Typically, fields of thought in philosophy, psychology, archeology, astronomy, and even religion rely on information and evidence that fits the conventionally accepted paradigm and ignore information and evidence that does not fit. Engineers deal with fixed numbers and facts, and and overlooking or ignoring any information and facts opens up the engineer to failures and lawsuits.

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Brust to speak at library April 15

Sun Prairie Star Sharyn Alden Robert J. Brust spent several years writing the new book, Human Understanding: An Engineer’s Analysis of Life: Getting to the Basics after spending years searching[…]

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Review of “Human Understanding: An Engineer’s Analysis of Life, Getting to the Basics”

Barbara Bamberger Scott “That which is loving and caring is good and will make us feel better about ourselves and bring inner happiness.” An engineer carefully constructs a view of[…]

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