Not because I wanted to, but because I went to a liberal arts school, I had to take theology and philosophy. In the end, I found epistemology, and the other ones I took interesting looking back.
HOWEVER, this book about wrongness makes me feel more "right" than all of those professors together. It just adds a different perspective on knowledge and our every day life. Although a book about wrongness and being wrong, it is amazingly uplifting. Read it. you will enjoy.
Without giving away the ending (yes it has an ending) it is a mind expanding perspective on reality.
She has a voice similar to the author (who I have seen on a TED talk) and the way she dryly reads the humorous portions and references makes the book so much better than if I had read it.
Left me amazed. It is the point of the book
Yes to see how people think
OK, so what he tries to say is that X person born at X time can do this. The best example I can give you of the fallacy of the argument is with regards to Gates. The Malcolm says that only 10 people in the world had access to a mainframe like Bill at that time. If it is just opportunity that makes one successful I have one question: WHERE ARE THE OTHER 9 RICH GUYS. Opportunity is essential, but it is clear that individuals either take advantage of, or ignore opportunity. To put it clearly: His premise is flawed. Enjoyed reading it for the sake of seeing the fallacy.
I did not want to read book after book from one author. However, OSC knows his universe so well. Sister Carlota, Graff, all of them are so real. Love it
Sister Carlota. She is so aware of who she is.
I knew from the tone of the voice, the character
Speaker for the lost boys
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