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So far so good. The content is of a high standard and ...
on 13 May 2017
So far so good. The content is of a high standard and is backed by some study. I've noticed other reviews stating agreements on non-agreements with his thesis. The problem lies with the concept itself. Free will cannot be simplified to a basic understanding. What I mean is as a concept it cannot be made as clear as 1+1= 2 can be. Often the fault with psychology and psychological works is that they are so keen to find a exact answer. Now i know, that's often the point of research, but in the end we are dealing with such complex individuals who can change rapidly, and finding a definitive answer for something that fluctuates so much is futile... but my god is it interesting. Its worth the read for another perspective but its also worth reading around.
Now, the reason I have given 3 stars is not for content but more for the finish physical product. Pages have been cut to un-even lengths, making it a pain to flick through the next page, although no content has been accidentally cut. Furthermore, it appears to have been cut with a dinner knife as the pages are not smoothly finished. Also I have some concerns for the cover and if it will hold up to time.
All in all: good content, bad physical finishing.