Arts & Leisure

Book strikes balance between knowing and believing

BRISTOL THINKER JIM Stapleton has spent a lot of time thinking about the philosophical differences between believing something and knowing it. He has distilled his thoughts into a new book. Independent photo/Steve James

Jim Stapleton of Bristol frames this work as a “personal memoir”; and we fold into these pages knowing that they hold the reflections of a thoughtful (to say the least) 85-year-old. 

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