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on 5 January 2016
It read like a sermon (a very good sermon I should say, and perhaps also I should say that I appreciate a good sermon) but I didn't quite get out of it what I was hoping. Lots of really good insights, but I found myself nodding along rather than having a "eureka" moment. The way in which the potentially sexist comments from this era stand up (to me at least) as being honest, fair and insightful shows the power and understanding of the thinker. A great writer, not his best book.