How we come to categorize books like this is sometimes more interesting than the books themselves.
This book is part memoir, part counter apologetics, and a pretty good tool to understand why atheists don’t believe.
Do you remember the good old days? Roger Scruton does, and his memory of the good old days will save western civilization.
As you read this book you can hear the sound of someone folding tin foil into a hat.
Most of us are silly enough to believe that were WE to suffer from Trauma, we would know what to do.
At best, reading this book was a public service so that I could inform people to not read this book.
John McWhorter has a gift for making an understanding of language easy and accessible.
You could take a bunch of classes to find out the philosophy behind AI. This is a much cheaper shortcut
Angela Nagle’s ‘Kill all Normies’ takes a look at how internet cultures have fostered the current political environment.
Bright future ahead? I mean, maybe. It could also be rather bleak. Max Tegmark thinks that it all depends on what we prepare for.