An interesting read for both Batman fans and philosophy buffs, and a must for those who are both.
If you're a Batman fan, be aware that the main topic of this book is philosophy with Batman only providing the approach to discussing philosophy.
The train can hit and kill five bystanders if you do nothing, or you can divert the track and the train will kill just one person.
Excellent treatise on the Dark Knight. I love this series of books, they offer incisive and lucid commentary to what some would consider juvenilePublished 2 months ago by J. Cronin
Fantastic book, great condition, fascinating read for a whole new look at the Batman comics I have always loved readingPublished 3 months ago by Shay
This is an excellent book about the intimate details that make up Batman. This looks very close to his life, his mind-set, and why he is what he is.Published 3 months ago by Dan Gonzalez
I only gave this a four star, because I don't honestly know if it's a good book. I bought it for a friend of mine who loves Batman, and once mentioned he liked philosophy. Read morePublished 5 months ago by piptastic
There were some chapters more than others that really grasped my attention, and I was actually able to read those from beginning to end. The other chapters... not so much. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Sam
Would highly recommend if you like both Batman and Philosophy. It really makes you think about the different sides to each thought process. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Cyrus Dillinger
This needs to be on your self now. A book that cover various philosophies and ideas all under the idea the BatmanPublished 13 months ago by Thomas
I was nervous when first reading this book because I haven't dipped into some philosophical topics for quite some time and I grew up with Batman loving the animated series on... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Sakuma