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This review is from: The Examined Life: Philosophical Meditations (Paperback)
This book is the attempt of one of the sharpest American philosophers to make some personal statements about life, or as he would have it, about philosophy. His assumptions are often off, e.g., that people don't mastubate to pictures of themselves. The last piece in the book is a total embarrassment, an unfortunate out-break of sentimentality. But then, philosophers do have to make $$ somehow.