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Beautiful writing style leaves Kant gathering dust.,
This review is from: Essays and Aphorisms (Classics) (Paperback)
Darn it all I like a german master to be comprehensible and entertaining in his writing style, and Schopy goes right to the top of the class here.A delightful read, just don't expect the same kind of easy to read treasures with the other germans, some Neizche aside.
And what a terrible cultural facism only to like philosophers with an entetaining prose style, spinoza aside.Still I'm no philosopher, Im a typical piscean male living in a dream world, and I only poke my toe into philosophy in the autumn months for about 2 weeks each year, so entertaining they have to be old fruit, and that's that! A final point, will reviewers be succint and entertaining in their reviews, and not blather endlessly on the contents of what they are reviewing?
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Initial post: 14 Mar 2011 22:52:21 GMT
"will reviewers be succint and entertaining in their reviews" - You should take your own advice!
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Mar 2011 01:43:45 GMT
hi fi mon amour says:
Coming from someone who's only done 2 reviews, me pride cannot be dinted. A'se a flowin' prose stylist
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