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Anthony Campbell

Biography:

Anthony Campbell is a conventionally qualified physician who has over 40 years' experience in the study and practice of specific forms of complementary/alternative medicine, especially Western medical acupuncture. Until his retirement in 1998, he was a National Health Service consultant physician at the Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine (formerly the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital).

He has strong leanings towards skepticism about many things, including—perhaps surprisingly—much of the current enthusiasm for alternative medicine, which seems to present many of the features of a belief system, something which he deplores.

Campbell has been touched by several religious or spiritual belief systems during his life, but now prefers to be free of all of them. He writes from the position of what could best be described as metaphysical naturalism; he does not look to find any transcendental realm beyond what we can perceive. He feels no need to postulate a Platonic or Absolute source for the world; as he puts it, "world is all we have, but that is more than enough."

For more, see Anthony Campbell's author page in the Secular Web Library. Please also visit his web site at: www.acampbell.uk

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