I would have enjoyed this book more if Leonard hadn't been so defensive and demeaning toward Deepak. He seemed threatened by Deepak and used sophomoric analogies to, I assume, put Deepak in his place, which is somewhere on the order of a silly child. I think Deepak and his views seem to have hit a source of insecurity with Leonard, which is too bad, because his case would have been stronger and more interesting if he simply presented his good knowledge of his field.
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