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Hailed by the New York Times, CBS Evening News’ “Eye On America” Report, The Associated Press, and mass media as a consumer hero in a public battle with Starbucks Coffee, the author heads into new territory towards an extraordinary breakthrough in human equality and the evolution of human freedom. The 20th century challenge between Eastern spiritualism and Western science suggests: Can we handle human freedom?
The merging meaning and struggle of freedom into the 21st century finds expression in the true story of two people on a getaway vacation in Yosemite National Park. Profoundly influenced by the accomplishments of Robert M. Pirsig’s Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and Lila, the author offers a stunning look into the freedom of “Quality.”
On one level a work of philosophical compatibility between Eastern and Western values, it is also a story of friendship and human differences. The characters’ strange and unwinding dialogue along the middle fork of the Tuolomne River finds two parallel worlds of experience and thought that mix in an enlightening blend of comedy and tragedy. The philosophical inquiry strips away the narrator’s veneer and connects his own mounting failure to the larger problem of human balance. . .
. . .and from the ancient Yosemite valley floor seems perhaps to come the strangest kind of success ever heard of . . .
"The book is wonderful. I'm so happy to ba a part of it.
I'm like the character who appears in the last act of a play
with the key to unravel a mystery."
- Stella Stevens
( Hollwood legend and Co-star with Jerry Lewis in The Nutty Professor)
Beyond Ego's Materialism
Being formulated and written, estimated publication date - 2018
Jeremy Dorosin is now working on a new book, STARBUCKED-OLOGY - Beyond Ego's Materialism. This new book explores the origins of the British empiricist philosophers, and economic thinkers, who founded this country's thoughts and beliefs, and it's self-representative democracy. This new book begins by detailing Jeremy Dorosin's documented public exploits against Starbucks, corporate greed, and centers its inquiry on an analysis of the Western ego, and its post Industrial Age extension into materialism, which requires more and more of the Earth's natural resources to fulfill its material desires, while laying the certain groundwork for environmentally sponsored mass human extinction. The necessary transcendence of the Western ego is this upcoming book's central thesis, along with the theoretical development of new cultural anthropological norms which favorably reduce global environmental destruction, while introducing a more true democratic form than the existing, exclusively materialistic one - no true democracy representing the will of the majority electively chooses self-destruction over survival. This new book suggests severely modifying ego's materialism with a new and necessary standard, giving expression to a Western compatibility that serves human needs, while choosing the option of Enlightenment, over and above the destructive desire for incessant materialism.