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Simply: a stretch,
This review is from: The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work (Hardcover)
I felt like ADB was looking for something to write about and didn't have anything in mind when he sat down to write this book.
Piecemeal; disjointed and often stretching to far to show philosophical depth in much of the content where it simply did not exist.
His other bworks are far better, if this is your first reading of ADB I suggest checking out "The architecture of happiness" which is a much better example of (his) philosophical inquiry of the world around us.
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Initial post: 6 Mar 2011 22:34:42 GMT
Jon Byrne says:
Only one more star gets you more people thinking that you're trying to be helpful rather than being a hindrance...but there you go...fate just keeps on happening.
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