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Pinker is good at taking someone else's ideas and repackaging them with decent writing. That wouldn't bother me as to show me, the layman, a broad catalogue to explore. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Rotten Puppy
A challenging read, but well worth plowing through. Pinker's writing is excellent. He leads the reader through complex arguments with clarity while keeping a casual style and... Read morePublished 9 days ago by MJS
As I have personally experienced some of the situations included for too long unhappiness has been caused by the belief that people are able to be moulded.Published 2 months ago by Ken McEwen
A fascinating review of the Nature vs. Nurture debate, debunking the feel-good, head-in-the-sand consensus dogma that is the Blank Slate and underlies just about every asinine... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hojat I Salehi
One cannot be ignorant of the issues and research findings reviewed in this book. Pinker is a very readable expositor of very deed and challenging ideas. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert B. Miller