A provocatively insightful, beautiful elegy on the transience of life. Phillips turns to these two thinkers not to provide a study of their theory as much as to discover in them... Read morePublished on November 22, 2003
This is not a book for the casual reader. Oh no, he who picks up this book had better have his thinking cap firmly in place. Read morePublished on January 24, 2001 by Bill Momo, Jr.
how brilliantof adam phillips to have written a book with which i totally agree.
he has laid open the catch-22 of one's own very personal dance with death and it is indeed a... Read more