Good but not an exceptional book. You get the same topics that you will have at College of Law, no less no more. Different than a book on how judges reason when devise a verdict.
Great, great philosophy, it changed and improved my life for the better. Beware two things. First, at least for me was not very easy to grasp every concepts and the overall significance. I had to listen several times. Secondly puts in doubt the cardinals beliefs of your religion whether it'd be Christian, or otherwise. Thanks Ayn Rand!!!
Enjoyable, well arrayed, smooth listening notwithstanding the complexity of topics.
It is definitely a great book but in order to really understand the concepts expressed by the author you should approach it the right way. I mean that if you experienced some of the things described by the author, like intuition, etc. in that case you can better grasp the profound concepts conveyed by Dr. Wayne otherwise if you have a big ego you cannot gather anything.
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