I'm sure any reader of this book will take away some favourite sections. For me, the consecutively-placed entries on Betrayal, Loyalty & Blame were exemplary juxtapositions of those complementary topics. I would also recommend the entry on Racism. Given the brevity of the articles, sure they can't give you an in-depth discussion on the topic, but its just deep enough to get one thinking about the topics. I think this would be an excellent 'pocket-book' to dip into for anyone in their late teens trying to come to terms with the world. Having read this book, I've moved directly to reading Graylings follow-up book, The Reason of Things. Only disappointment - no Bibliography, so when Grayling frequently quotes other Authors / Philosophers, I don't know where to go to for further reading.