I quit after the first third of the book, and I feel like reading that much was a waste of time.
One could think of all sorts of skeptical questions in response, but I would like to ask something more personal: is this really healthy?
Surely the author can't believe that any such reader exists; more likely, he just didn't think carefully about what he was writing.
Easy to read. Nice motivation/illustration for the incompleteness theorem.Published 13 days ago by Paul Vos
I'm not the brightest bulb in the apple tree but this made my head both spin and stand still at the same time.Published 1 month ago by Dag
I have never considered many of the ideas in this book and I truly am glad that I had the chance to see things this way.Published 1 month ago by Dustin Romans
This book has some good ideas in it, but its not amazing. When I ordered I was not expecting this to be so philosophical. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John Dandell
A lighter read which captures the essence of GEB (Godel, Esther, Bach). Very well written and a breath of fresh air for those seeking to resolve dualistic thinking.Published 4 months ago by Tejas
excellent! really thought provooking and interesting. Well written, although at times it is hard to follow unless you are already versed in the subject (not me)- but even for... Read morePublished 5 months ago by joshua christine