Near the top, for its informed analysis.
It contextualizes our present political problems
Its harmony to the narrative.
Still listening. Sometimes the chapters have to be rewound. Brimming with insights. As the argument progresses, one sometimes needs to stop, slow-think in system 2, and then restart. The work cannot be praised enough. At every other turn one is reminded of Socrates, whose premise was that the ideas exist in us. They just need to be drawn out by proper application of the mind. This book is brimming with ideas so well presented that once understood, they very easily become system 1 (with some practice of course). Amazing.
Learning the tools by which to understand and apply the book. This would be the first two hours. One moment is hard to pinpoint in such non-fiction as this.
The narrator could be better. But its ok. The work is very powerful, and the narrator is good enough. This could be something subjective as well so I don't want to judge harshly. I am enjoying the audio book very much. Thank you.
No. Several sittings.
Very refreshing, original work. Excellent. A tour de force.
Have them recorded by a better recording.
Bill Bryson's At Home.
The narrator is fine, the recording is poor.
Observant and inventive.
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