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Why is this decent journalist lauded as some sort of philosopher? Can it be something to do with him being one of Thatcher's willies? Read morePublished 21 days ago by Halifax Student Account
Thought-provoking, radical and essential. He may do more to undermine devout faith than Dawkins, and his political perspectives challenge socialists, liberals and conservatives. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Hayward
If you don't read, and take on, John Greys thoughts and ideas you are missing the world as it is. No thinker does more to dispel our myths than Grey.Published 7 months ago by Wilbur
Interesting reading at times but the misanthropy and nihilism beg the question - all things being so random, futile and meaningless - why even bother writing this book?Published 13 months ago by Eagle Fly Free
This is a book to make you think. It traces many trends in religious and secular thinking that all stem from what the author sees as a harmful myth - the idea that a perfect world... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ray V
I seem to recall that I was perceived to be a little uncharitable towards Heresies, so I will make up for that by expressing my pleasure in this book. Read morePublished 19 months ago by opus
I don't necessarily mind John Gray, but "Black Mass" isn't one of his better books. It's essentially an updated (and badly edited) version of "Heresies". Read morePublished on 22 Dec. 2012 by Ashtar Command
Frankly how can anyone resist a book with the Sunday Telegraph review of :"A load of bollocks... could hardly be more bonkers if it was crawling with lizards"
Myself, I... Read more
At the centre of John Gray's book "Black Mass" is the not unreasonable assertion that grandiose plans to turn the world upside down and reach Utopia overnight have entailed a great... Read morePublished on 6 April 2010 by S Wood