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What the community says about Cosmos
- "Cosmos is not specifically written for atheists, but rather for those who might wish to understand the universe from the ground-level, and realize just how small and insignificant we all really are. It falls into line with the belief system--or lack thereof--that atheists often have, but the religious can enjoy this just as much so long as they are willing to set their teachings aside for a moment.""Carl Sagan's Cosmos should be recommended reading for all. It is a beautiful book, packed full of brilliant information. While I am sure atheists will enjoy it, I also think it's an important read for theists, as science and religion don't always need to be at odds with each other. Everyone read it!"
- "Cosmos is one of the bestselling science books of all time. The descriptions and explanations of the universe made me excited to turn the page as I read through this fantastic book. This is a book that everyone interested in science and the greater universe should read."
- "Not only was this written by a renowned author (Carl Sagan), it was also coauthored by the famous Neil De Grasse Tyson. I believe this book is geared towards INFJ personalities because of how introspective it is. I'd definitely recommend reading this book if you're into nonfiction."
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in What are the best nonfiction books"Carl Sagan's Cosmos is a classic work of science writing and exploration. My father had a beaten old hardback copy on his shelf, and I watched the tv series that spun off from the book too. This audiobook is a good way or taking in Carl Sagan's brilliant ideas while you're in the car, the grocery store, or at the gym. "