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on 26 November 2012
i love reading books that provoke and inspire and this certainly does that. While hardly being potted philosophy, it is an origional take on how we think, why we think and what makes us think. An excellent addition to any library of modern thinking, I liked it for both its simplicity in trying to make ideas understood and its complexity in reasononing that there are many things we cannot understand, but many things we can if we sit and think about them.
An interesting meditation on how we are moulded by society as well as how we respond to it
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