Kuczynski's works are difficult and are likely scare off listeners who are not already familiar with their contents. For this reason, the following summaries of Kuczynski's works are likely to introduce many people to this scholar's work and, thereby, to introduce them to the many powerful intellectual traditions of which Kuczynski is either exponent or critic.
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it was so compact and brisk
freud's three essays on sexuality, it was like a series of dissertation abstracts. incredibly economically written. like quine's 'quiddities' but way better
i have heard and read his books, but not hear him narrate. he was good, if sometimes a bit domineering in his tone.
i like the summaries of his really big books
k's summaries are better than most writers books
it consisted of around 60 pithy and compact little adventures in philosophy
well nuanced, intelligent voice
that emergence is a characteristic of knowledge, not of object
it was like 100 little audio books rolled up into one, plus it's a great guide to an incredible body of work, also necessary, since kuczynski's books are hard and i need the help that these summaries provide
this was workmanlike. not his best. not his worst. but not his best.
that emergence is a knowledge-related notion.
it's a useful book for philosophers, not for laymen
absolutely, the heft of k's intellect isn't apparent unless you listen to it
i love the material on anomalism monism
yes, this is his best
very authoritative and professional
an unusual book, but also an unusually good one
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